28 Oct ALL-ROUND MLABA INSPIRES KZN COASTAL WIN AS CSA WOMEN’S PROVINCIAL WEEK RESUMES
JOHANNESBURG: Momentum Proteas spinner, Nonkululeko Mlaba guided the Hollywoodbets Kwa-Zulu Natal Coastal Women to an emphatic 84-run victory over the Titans Women as the CSA Women’s Provincial One-Day competition taking place at St Stithians College resumed on Wednesday after a day’s break.
KZN Coastal posted a healthy score of 231/9 in their 50 overs, with Mlaba showcasing her ability with the bat to record the highest score of the match with an unbeaten 56* off 61 balls, well-supported by Chloe Tryon’s 42-ball 39.
In reply, the Titans struggled to find the required rhythm in their innings, with Mlaba leading the bowling charge with impressive figures of four for 19 to help dismiss the team from the nation’s capital for 147 all out with 10 overs to spare.
In the North West-Gauteng clash, the Imperial Lions edged the Senwes Dragons Women by 27 runs in a low-scoring affair, with Proteas Women seamer, Tumi Sekhukhune taking a five-wicket haul to help bowl out the Dragons for 88 after the Lions had put 115 on the board.
Elsewhere, the Six Gun Grill Western Province Women overpowered the Easterns Women by nine wickets after Leah Jones (4 / 14) and Delmari Tucker (3-11) combined to deadly effect to skittle Easterns for 71 all out before strolling to the target within 10 overs.
The CSA Women’s Provincial One-Day tournament wraps up on Thursday, 28 October from 10h00, with every minute of the action streamed live on Pitch Vision.
CSA Women’s Provincial One-Day Top 6 Results – Day 4:
Hollywoodbets KZN Coastal Women beat Titans Women by 84 runs
Hollywoodbets KZN Coastal Women: 231 / 9 in 50 Overs; C Tryon 39 (42); N Moodley 25 (43); N Mlaba 56* (61); A Hlubi 20* 34; K Tapp 3 – 33; N Janse van Rensburg 2 – 44; P Mashishi 2 – 15
Titans Women: 147 / 10 in 40 Overs; R Coetzer 30 (62); S Luus 47 (40); S Madlala 2 – 37; N Mlaba 4 – 19; N Shangase 2 – 21
Imperial Lions beat Senwes Dragons Women by 27 runs
Imperial Lions: 115 / 10 in 46.2 Overs; A Khaka 22 (57); M Klaas 2 – 24; E Yekile 2 – 5; T Monyela 4 – 21
Senwes Dragons Women: 88 / 10 in 31.3 Overs; T Britz 25(26); Z Mali 20* (33); Y Fourie 3 – 19; T Sekhukhune 5 – 29
Six Gun Grill Western Province Women beat Easterns Women by 9 wickets
Easterns: 71 / 10 in 28 Overs; Overs were reduced to 35 Overs per side) L Jones 4 – 14; D Tucker 3 – 11
Six Gun Grill Western Province Women: 72 / 1 in 9.2 Overs; A Steyn 20* (25); S Lackay 46 (26)
All teams will play each other once over the five days. at St Stithians College. Below are Day Three’s fixtures:
Thursday, 28 October 2021 from 10h00:
Imperial Lions vs Six Gun Grill Western Province Women
Senwes Dragons Women vs Titans Women
Easterns Women vs Hollywoodbets KZN Coastal Women
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