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A comprehensive wrap of the latest round of action in the CSA 4-Day Franchise Series.

Division 1: 24-27 November

Dolphins v Boland Rocks, Durban - SCORECARD

The Dolphins and  Rocks shared the spoils after two days of no play in a rain-interrupted encounter in Durban.

Lions v Titans, Johannesburg - SCORECARD

The Titans secured a comfortable ten-wicket victory over the Lions on Sunday.

Chasing only 44 runs, Neil Brand (18* off 29) and Dean Elgar (25* off 28) made the easy chase in less than ten overs.

Titans and Proteas spinner, Simon Harmer, played a huge role in the victory, claiming 14 wickets in the match Harmer returned figures of (7/83 in 46 Overs), and (7/68 in 20 Overs) in the two innings, respectively. 

Earlier, Lions had won the toss as Joshua Richards (107) and Ryan Rickelton (108*) centuries powered the home-side to a first innings score of 354 runs.

In response, Theunis de Bruyn (101), Neil Brand (91), Heinrich Klaasen (69), and Dean Elgar (55) saw the visitors finish 449 all out. Harmer and Lizaad Williams (3/34) took advantage of the 95-run lead and restricted the Lions to 139 runs all out at the end of Day 3.

Warriors v North West, Gqeberha - SCORECARD

Warriors claimed a 239-run victory against North West Dragons, to make it three wins from three matches.

Matthew Breetzke followed his unbeaten century from the first innings with 91 runs as Warriors declared on 177/5, with a 442-run lead.

A big ask for Dragons, who were bowled out for 203 on Saturday afternoon. Renaldo Meyer top-scored in his 42 off 16, with other contributions from Delano Potgieter (38*) and Duan Jansen (35).

Marco Jansen claimed three scalps and teammate, Ziyaad Abrahams grabbed two wickets.

Western Provice v Knights, Cape Town - SCORECARD

A triple century from Tony de Zorzi (304* off 381) and a ton from Yaseen Vallie saw Western Province claim an innings and 155-run victory against the Knights.

Knights’ efforts from Raynard van Tonder (117 off 222), and Pite van Biljon (71 off 142) proved not enough as the visitors were bowled out for 309 runs, following 111 runs from their first innings.

George Linde and Dane Paterson claimed three wickets each to help the Cape Town-based side secure another victory at home.

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