WRAP | CSA Four-Day Domestic Series: Titans in control in Paarl as rain dampers most of Day 3

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South African bowler Mthiwekhaya Nabe (Gallo)
South African bowler Mthiwekhaya Nabe (Gallo)
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A comprehensive wrap of all the collated fixtures, scores and reports from the CSA 4-Day Domestic Series:

Division 1

10:00 - Titans lead Boland by 170 runs - LIVE SCORING

Titans duo Ayabulela Gqamane and Simon Harmer took three wickets apiece to help bowl out the Rocks and take a first innings lead in Paarl.

The Rocks resumed day three on a solid 142/4 with Isma-eel Gafieldien (97 off 305 balls) in fine nick at the crease having brought up his half-century alongside Ferisco Adams (44). 

Gqamane (3-41) and Harmer (3-52) led the charge for the visiting side as they restricted the Rocks to 234 all out to maintain a lead of 74 runs.

In the Titans' second innings, the visitors made a measured start out before losing two quick wickets to go 23/2.

Neil Brand (32*) provided some stability and helped guide the visitors to 93/3 at stumps with an now 170 runs ahead. 

Titans: 308 & 96/3 after 34 overs; N. Brand 32* (69), G. Cloete 28 (57); S. Von Berg 2 - 25, H. Viljoen 1 - 37

Rocks: 234/10 after 102.1 overs; I. Gafieldien 97 (305), F. Adams 44 (77); A. Gqamane 3 - 41, S. Harmer 3 - 52 

Warriors beat Western Province by an innings and 114 runs - SCORECARD

The Warriors added 81 runs to their overnight score as they posted 366 in their first winnings thanks to Kyle Jacobs reaching his second First-Class fifty at St George's Park 

The home side then took 20 wickets in Gqeberha as they bundled Western Province out for 79 after 28.3 overs with Tshepo Ndwandwa and Mthiwekhaya Nabe taking three scalps apiece to blow WP away and enforce the follow on.

The Cape Town-based fared a bit better in their second attempt to close in on the Warriors' score, with a late cameo from Basheeru Walters (52 off 47 balls; 5 fours, 4 sixes) taking WP to 173 all out with all-rounder Wihan Lubbe taking 3 for 27.

Warriors: 366 /10 after 122.5 overs; M. Breetzke 100 (202), R. Second 76 (136); K. Simmonds 4 - 78, Z. Abrahams 3 - 59

Western Province: 79/10 after 28.3 overs; Y. Vallie 18 (28), D. Smith 17 (28); T. Ndwandwa 3 - 7, M. Nabe 3 - 33 & 173/10 (f/o) after 43.4 overs; B. Walters 52 (47), Y. Vallie 29 (20); W. Lubbe 3 - 27, K. Jacobs 2 - 11

10:00 - North West trail the Dolphins by 396 runs - LIVE SCORING

There was no play possible at the JB Marks Oval Stadium in the game between the North West Dragons and the Dolphins due to persistent rainfall. 

Dolphins: 400/9 dec; M. Ackerman 123 (156), R. de Swardt 71 (97); D. Potgieter 5 - 85, L. Senokwane 2 - 40

North West Dragons: 4/0 after 1.5 overs; W. Marshall 4* (5), L. Senokwane 0* (6); P. Subrayen 0 - 0, B. Parsons 0 - 4

10:00 - Lions rally to 10-wicket victory over Knights - MATCH REPORT

With the match heading towards a draw after days of rain in Johannesburg, the Imperial Lions made a courageous call at the start of the final day in their Cricket South Africa (CSA) 4-Day Domestic Series match against the ITEC Knights on Sunday that earned them a 10-wicket victory.

The Lions declared on their overnight score of 193 /3 with a first innings 69-run lead at the start of the day’s play before a Malusi Siboto-inspired bowling performance, that saw the medium-pacer take outstanding figures of four for 17 to bowl out the Knights for 103, which left the home side only needing 35 runs for victory, which they achieved comfortably.

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