One Day Cup

Rain spares Dolphins blushes

2013-10-20 18:15
Kingsmead (Gallo Images)

Durban - Rain had the final say in the One-Day Cup clash between the Dolphins and Titans with the match declared a no result in Durban on Sunday.

Proteas fast bowler Abbott smashed a career-best 45 off 54, while Smit made 47 off 76 with the two putting on an unbeaten 90, breaking the previous record of 88 held jointly by Boeta Dippenaar and Dillon du Preez (2007/08) as well as Frans Cronje and Ian Howell (1993/94).

Jacques Rudolph (17) and Heino Kuhn (11) continued to bat well before drizzle initially forced the players off at 3pm and they never returned.

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