Warriors, Lions clash ends in a tie

2014-01-20 00:00

THE Chevrolet Warriors tied a second consecutive match as the Highveld Lions finished level with them on 156 in their Ram Slam T20 Challenge match at Buffalo Park, East London yesterday.

The Warriors tied with the Dolphins in Port Elizabeth on Friday night and the same script played out despite Gulam Bodi making an impressive 78 off 57 balls for the visitors.

Also yesterday, Dean Elgar (66) and Pite van Biljon (61*) guided the Chevrolet Knights to only their second victory of the season as they beat The Unlimited Titans by seven wickets in their match at SuperSport Park in Centurion.

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