Cricket

CSA thanks Newlands faithful

2014-01-04 16:11
The 'Boks' (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - Cricket South Africa (CSA) has thanked the Western Cape public for their outstanding support of the first day of the Cell C Festival of Cricket at Newlands on Friday.

A crowd of 15 000 turned out for the T20 Challenge match between the Proteas and the Springboks.

The Proteas won by 14 runs.

There will be further opportunities to see the likes of Jacques Kallis, Graeme Smith, Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis in action on Saturday in the North versus South State of Origin T20 match at 17:00.

The Festival concludes with the opening round of the RAM SLAM T20, featuring all six franchises, on Sunday.

Tickets for Saturday (R80 to R100) will be available at the stadium ticket office.

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