SuperSport Series

KP falls cheaply for Dolphins

2010-10-07 13:52
Kevin Pietersen (File)
Pietermaritzburg - England's Kevin Pietersen has fallen cheaply on day one of the SuperSport Series match between the Dolphins and Warriors at the City Oval in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday.

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Pietersen, looking to find form ahead of England's Ashes series against Australia starting on November 25, was caught by Andrew Birch off the bowling of Jon-Jon Smuts for 36. Pietersen faced 48 balls and hit six fours.

Pietersen, 30, who was born and bred in KwaZulu-Natal and attended Maritzburg College before electing to further his career in England, will play two SuperSport Series matches for the Dolphins this season.

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