1 Day Cup

Titans set record for extras

2011-11-27 14:13
Marchant de Lange (Gallo Images)

Johannesburg - The Titans have set a new record, conceding 54 extras against the Highveld Lions in their 1 Day Cup fixture at the Wanderers on Sunday.

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It was the highest number of extras conceded in limited overs cricket in South Africa.

The previous record of 53 was set by North West against Free State in the 2007/08 season.

The Lions made 338 runs, for the loss of five wickets, with Neil McKenzie unbeaten on 108.

Extras was the second highest scorer, and constituted two byes, 11 leg-byes and 41 wides.

The main culprits were Hardus Viljoen, who bowled 17 wides and Marchant de Lange, who took 3-73 but conceded 10 wides.

The Titans used eight bowlers in an unsuccessful effort to stem the run flow.

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