CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (CSA) today congratulated the Multiply Titans on winning the Momentum One-Day Cup – the final event of the 2016/17 franchise season – following their victory by 236 runs in the Final at SuperSport Park.
Thrilling centuries by Aiden Markram and Henry Davids laid the foundation for the Multiply Titans to be crowned Momentum One-Day Cup champions after they crushed the Warriors by 236 runs in the franchise season finale at SuperSport Park in Centurion on Friday.
THE Multiply Titans and Warriors meet for the right to win the Momentum One-Day Cup title when they face each other in the final at SuperSport Park in Centurion on Friday.
Half-centuries from Colin Ingram and Gihahn Cloete followed by some good death bowling paved the way for the Warriors to reach the Momentum One-Day Cup final with an 18-run victory over the VKB Knights at the Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein on Monday.
The Momentum One-Day Cup Qualifier between the VKB Knights and the Warriors had to be abandoned due to a dangerous pitch at the Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein on Sunday and will now be replayed from scratch on Monday.
THE VKB Knights and the Warriors will meet in the Momentum One-Day Cup Qualifier at the Mangaung Oval on Sunday with both teams entering the game high on confidence after victories in their final regular-season matches on Thursday.
Jon-Jon Smuts starred with bat and ball as the Warriors booked their ticket to the Momentum One-Day Cup Qualifier thanks to a comfortable 36-run Duckworth/Lewis drubbing of the bizhub Highveld Lions at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Thursday.
WARRIORS coach Malibongwe Maketa is not interested in permutations or anything else but his side winning their final Momentum One-Day Cup regular-season clash against the bizhub Highveld Lions at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Thursday.
CHRIS MORRIS and AB de Villiers made telling contributions on their return to the domestic scene as the Multiply Titans surged to the top of the Momentum One-Day Cup table with a seven-wicket bonus-point win over the Warriors in Benoni on Tuesday.
JON-JON SMUTS struck a second successive century to script another vital win for the Warriors in their quest to reach the Momentum One-Day Cup play-offs as they clinched a tense six-run win over the VKB Knights at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Friday.
WARRIORS coach Malibongwe Maketa hopes to capitalise on his side’s return to form in the Momentum One-Day Cup when they host the VKB Knights at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Friday.
Jon-Jon Smuts and Richard Levi treated PPC Newlands to magnificent centuries as the Warriors emerged victorious by 90 runs from their Momentum One-Day Cup clash against the BuildNat Cape Cobras in Cape Town on Sunday