Brits Leads The Way With Explosive Hundred

by | Oct 25, 2021

In the performance of the day, Momentum Proteas top-order batter Tazmin Brits scored an explosive hundred in the Senwes Dragons Women’s emphatic victory over Easterns on day two of the CSA Women’s Provincial One-Day tournament in Johannesburg on Sunday.

Brits smashed a 76-ball 106 as the Dragons put on a mammoth 322/8 in their 50 overs at St Stithians College, with Masabata Klaas also showcasing her batting prowess with 76 off 54 balls.

The team based in Potchefstroom then made light work of the defence of their score, restricting their opponents to just 89/9 after 33.3 overs to seal the statement 236-run victory.

Titans Women recorded their second win of the competition when Momentum Proteas all-rounder Suné Luus hit 90 runs off 102 deliveries to inspire her side to 184/8 before they successfully defended their total, with the Imperial Lions only managing 161 all out, to win by 23 runs.

In the other game, the Six Gun Grill Western Province Women picked up their maiden win of the week after an opening round loss, by overcoming the Kwa-Zulu Natal Coastal Women by 42 runs thanks largely to an outstanding innings by Lara Goodall (80) and four wickets from Robyn Appels (4/63).

Day three of the CSA Women’s Provincial One-Day competition takes place on Monday, 25 October from 10h00 with the action live-streamed on Pitch Vision.

All teams will play each other once over the five days at St Stithians College. 

 

CSA Women’s Provincial One-Day Top 6 Results on Day 2:

Titans Women beat Imperial Lions by 23 runs
Titans Women:184/8 in 50 Overs; Suné Luus 90(102); Nicolien Janse van Renburg 27(55); Ayabonga Khaka 2-23; Lehlohonolo Sardick 3-39
Imperial Lions:161/10 in 48.4 Overs; Kirstie Thomson 21(41); Nonkhululeko Thabethe 49(90); Ayabonga Khaka 25(33); Nicolien Jansen van Rensburg 3-30; Paulinah Mashishi 2-25; R Coetzer 3-45

Six Gun Grill Western Province Women beat KZN Coastal Women by 42 runs
Six Gun Grill Western Province: 258/10 in 45.1 Overs; Lara Goodall 80(78); Alexis Le Breton 50(76); Leah Jones 21(19); Dheyanka Naidoo 3-43; K Fisher 2-58; Jade de Figueredo 2-26
KZN Coastal Women: 216/10 in 45.3 Overs; C Gounden 48(51); Chloe Tryon 61(85); Nonkululeko Mlaba 30(40); Jade de Figueredo 23(22); Robyn Appels 4-63; Delmari Tucker 3-19

Senwes Dragons Women beat Easterns Women by 236 runs
Senwes Dragons: 322/8 in 50 Overs; Tazmin Brits 106(76); Masabata Klaas 76(64); Alyssa Erxleben 20(30); Anica Swart 45*(48); Madison Landsman 2-69
Easterns Women: 86/9 in 33.3 Overs; Jenna Searle 24(40); Verunissa Reddy 20(56); Alyssa Erxleben 4-13; Nthabiseng Nini 2-5

 

Below are Day Three’s fixtures on Monday, 25 October 2021 (From 10h00):
KZN Coastal Women vs Imperial Lions
Titans Women vs Easterns Women
Senwes Dragons Women vs Six Gun Grill Western Province

 

Photo 1 Caption: Six Gun Grill Western Province’s Lara Goodall (80 runs from 78) top-scored in the team’s first win of Cricket South Africa’s Women’s Provincial One-Day tournament being played in a bio-secure environment at St Stithians College, in Johannesburg. Photo: Western Province Women’s Cricket (Instagram)

 

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