T20 Domestic Cup

Titans, Warriors inseparable

2014-11-23 16:37
Henry Davids (Gallo Images)

Pretoria - In a rain-reduced affair, the Titans tied with the Warriors in their RAM SLAM T20 Challenge match in Centurion on Sunday.

Due to the loss of time for the delay, no super over could be used to separate the sides as they shared two points each for their efforts.

After a two hour rain delay, the match was reduced to eight overs each and the Warriors inserted the Titans to bat.

Set 80 to win, the visitors needed six runs to win off the final over, but the Warriors could not get over the line as Titans bowler David Wiese restricted the batting side to five runs.

The Warriors lost wickets at the start of their chase with Craig Kieswetter (0), captain Colin Ingram (4) and Christiaan Jonker (4) all back in the changeroom with the score on 22.

Jon-Jon Smuts was top-scorer of the match with 37 from 22 balls, and his demise in the final over proved critical in his side's push for victory.

Wiese ended with figures of 2/13 from his two overs.

Batting first, the Titans managed 79 for five in their innings.

Davids was dismissed for a quickfire 23 from 11 balls after launching Basheeru Walters for 18 runs in the second over.

After a couple of lofted drives over midoff including a massive six, Davids skied the final ball of the over and was caught by Ingram.

After Davids departed, Theunis de Bruyn and West Indian captain Darren Sammy both chipped in with 16 to get the Titans to their score.

Ayabulela Gqamane was the pick of the Warriors bowlers with 2/4 from just one over.

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