Cape Town - Vaughn van
Jaarsveld hit an unbeaten century before rain prevented the Dolphins from seizing the advantage even further on day two of their Sunfoil
Series clash against the Warriors at Kingsmead in Durban on
left-hander made a free-flowing 103 not out (119 balls, 10 fours, 3 sixes) as
the hosts reached 243/2 in the 49 overs that were possible, before the wet
conditions stopped play for the day just over 15 minutes after tea.
Wyk also played a central role with his 95 (158 balls, 12 fours, 1 six)
ensuring the Dolphins dominated.
were already interrupted once during the morning session by the rain, but the
home side did just enough to ensure they had moved into a 12-run lead as they
replied positively to the visitors’ first-innings 231.
on the second morning with the total on 39/0 with Senuran Muthusamy (18)
helping Van Wyk put on 59 for the first wicket, before he edged Sisanda Magala
to Clyde Fortuin.
the big partnership of the day when 145 runs were added for the second wicket.
Van Wyk just five shy of his ton, he too edged Magala (2/52) to Fortuin shortly
before the tea break.
Jaarsveld did reach his 15th first-class ton before the early stumps were drawn
with the Dolphins in a strong position to bat once and push on for victory.