Three-day challenge: Inland under the cosh in Oudtshoorn

2011-09-30 00:00

KZN Inland are 336 runs in arrears of South Western Districts’ first innings total and have lost two wickets in the process after day one of the Provincial Three-Day Challenge match at the Recreation Ground in Oudtshoorn yesterday.

Meanwhile, captain Loots Bosman and Matthew Hulett plundered centuries to put KZN Coastal in the driver’s seat against Western Province at Newlands.


SWD first innings

R McMillan c Maposa b Shamsi 31

S Avontuur c Barron b Maposa 2

B de Wett b Shamsi 103

C Jonker c Myburgh b Conway 70

W Lategan c Barron b Suleman 65

B Louw not out 67

P Stuurman not out 10

Extras (b7, lb2, w5, nb5) 19

Total (5 wickets dec; 86 overs) 367

Fall of wickets: 1-20, 2-81, 3-212, 4-230, 5-331

Bowling: Barends 12-4-53-0, Maposa 10-4-40-1, Suleman 5-0-50-1, Shamsi 30-6-102-2, Nipper 12-1-51-0, Conway 15-3-46-1, Myburgh 2-0-16-0

KZN Inland first innings

D Conway b Hartslief 0

C Barron not out 12

N Hendrie b Rabie 1

G Addicott not out 15

Extras (lb1, nb2) 3

Total (2 wickets; 12.2 overs) 31

Fall of wickets: 1-0, 2-2

Bowling: Hartslief 6-2-7-1, Rabie 5-3-15-1, Volkwyn 1-0-5-0, Fojela 0.2-0-3-0.

Scores in brief - WP vs KZN Coastal (Newlands): KZN Coastal 1st inn 385 in 89.1 ov (L Bosman102, M Hulett 124, C Delport 41; A Gray 4-39). WP 1st inn 7 for 1.

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