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Sunrisers Eastern Cape vs. Joburg Super Kings

Aaron Phangiso and Gerald Coetzee allowed four wickets each as the Joburg Super Kings broke his third straight win of the Sunrisers Eastern Cape at Gqeberha. On the slow and low surface JSK’s bowling his pair proved nearly unbeatable for the hosts who were knocked out for 127. However, the Sunrisers turned their modest results into competitive ones with their own bowling performances, while the Super Kings took their third win of the season with two balls to go.

The Sunrisers were quickly reduced to his 16/2 in his three overs, with Coetzee sacking Jordan his Herrmann followed by Salel his Erwee running himself out. Adam Rossington he hit four fours and two for six, but Aiden he was sent off for 31 balls and 40 shortly after Mark Lamb was ejected, causing the Sunrisers to concede. Panguiso, who was reported for alleged illegal bowling activity at the tournament but may continue bowling while the matter is being investigated, has fired Tristan Stubbs, JJ Smuts and Marco Jansen at middleovers who were fired. broke and proved to be the cornerstone of JSK bowling. With a recent cameo by James Fuller, The Sunrisers surpassed his 120.

Faf Duplessi calmed down with his 37 as he pinned JSK’s chase, while Reus Duplouis hit his 47* more snappy, but the Super Kings’ hit uncertainty meant they couldn’t finish the contest The remaining. The Sunrisers used his choke to spin after a 47-run power play, van der Merwe allowed just five runs from his second over from the end, and on the 20th he forced JSK 8 to fold. That equation went to 5 of 2 before Sisanda Magala anti-climactically overstepped for a no-ball.

Brief scores: Sunrisers Eastern Cape 127 in 18.4 overs (Adam Rossington 40; Aaron Phangiso 4-20, Gerald Coetzee 4-24) lost to Joburg Super Kings 128/5 in 19.4 overs (Leus du Plooy 47; Roelof van der Merwe 2-16) by five wickets

Pearl Royals vs. MI Cape Town

MI Cape Town overcame Jos Butler’s spirited innings to win a close match against Borland’s Pearl at his Park against the Royals. England’s Whiteball His captain threatened to single-handedly chase his 142 score for the MICT, but second to last he scored 68 from Jofra Archer, the Royals’ hopes. was shattered.

As with some places, the challenge at Pearl was another tricky pitch. The hit MICT fell to 9 for 3 with Bjoin Fortuin taking 2 wickets. Sam Curran, who batted in third, was eliminated due to a mix-up with Dewald Brewys. A 63-run stand between Lassi van der Dussen (49 of 42) and Grant Roelofsson (34 of 30) provided the visitors’ recovery. George Linde added another brisk 24, while Tabrais Shamsi and Lungi Ngidi designed another low-order decay to keep the MICT below 150.

However, it was not an easy target to pursue long term as the Royals fell to 30/4 by the seventh, with George Linde taking two wickets. The veteran pair of Butler and David Miller led a mini revival with a 49-run streak trimmed just before flowering by Kagiso Rabada, Butler continued, taking his 19th first from Archer after passing 50. threatened to end the chase alone before removing the legal ball of At this point, the Royals have won 22 out of 12. They ended up 13 runs short.

Brief scores: MI Cape Town 142/9 in 20 overs (Rassie van der Dussen 49, Grant Roelofson 34; Bjoin Fortuin 2-22, Tabraiz Shamsi 2-27) beat Paarl Royals 129/6 in 20 overs (Jos Buttler 68; George Linde 2-23, Kagiso Rabada 2-27) by 13 runs

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