Stars Shine as T20 Action Continues

Stars Shine as T20 Action Continues

Cricket action aplenty in Kimberley as the Cricket SA Girls U19 week continues. File Photo: Gallo

Suné Luus and Delmi Tucker were stars with both bat and ball, leading Northerns to a 40-run victory against rivals Gauteng in their first T20 match of Day Three at the Cricket SA National Girls Under-19 Week in Kimberley on Monday.

Northerns won the toss and batted first where Tucker was unbeaten for 15* and Luus scored 19 to post 139/9. Both players returned to star with the ball with Luus taking three wickets for just five runs and Tucker 3/14 to win the match.

South Western Districts (SWD) beat Limpopo by 46 runs when Bernadine Bezhuidenhout scored 61 off 63 balls to get her toss winning side to 112/2. Limpopo could not reply in kind with their highest run scorer, Jessica McMurtie managing 10 (32). They were bowled out for 66 with Michaela Andrews taking 2/11.

In a twist no one was expecting, Kei beat Griqualand West (Griquas) by eight runs while Border beat Free State by nine wickets.

In round two, Gauteng suffered their second loss of the day when they faced Boland. Gauteng won the toss and chose to bat first, posting 80/7 with Savanna Cordes top scoring with 33 runs. Boland’s Stacy Lackay did well to get an unbeaten 37 from 34 runs to get her team their four-wicket victory.

Border claimed their second win when they beat KwaZulu-Natal Inland by eight wickets. Zintle Mpupha took three wickets for 13 and contributed 30 unbeaten runs to help her side to victory.

Griquas suffered another setback when they were beaten by a mammoth 119 runs, when they faced a determined KwaZulu-Natal squad. Griquas won the toss and chose to bowl first. Mishel Jeena and Caitlin Dowes were both unbeaten for 76 and 48 respectively, posting 152/1 at the end of their 20 overs.

Griquas could not retaliate and were losing wickets too quickly to recover. They were bundled out for 33 runs with Emma Pennefather taking 3/9 and Jody Lane conceding no runs for two wickets.

Days four and five are the 50 over games and they promise to bring out the strength of some teams, while others will have to dig down deep to secure their mark in this format.

 

Round 2 Match summaries at the CSA Girls Under-19 National Week, Kimberley:

 

Gauteng vs Boland

Gauteng won toss, chose to bat
Gauteng 80/7
Savanna Cordes 33, R. Searle 27 (Amy Walker 2/14, Maud-Mari Wagner 2/15)
Boland 84/6
Stacy Lackay 37* (Jessica Perreira 2/19, Chene Bester 2/21)
Boland won by 4 wickets

 

Border vs KwaZulu-Natal Inland

Border won toss, chose to bowl
KZNI 86/8
Natasha Botha 19, Chene Steenkamp 17 (Zintle Mpupha 3/13, Eloise Webb 2/12)
Border 89/2
Anneke Bosche 42*, Zintle Mpuphu 30* (Tanya Cronje 2/10)
Border won by 8 wickets

 

Easterns vs Kei

Easterns won the toss, chose to bowl
Kei 59/9
Yonela Ndongeni 15 (Shannon Henderson 3/8, Naomi van Wyk 3/18)
Easterns 61/4
Naomi van Wyk 23* (Ndileka Silo 1/13, Onele Magwentshu 1/13)
Easterns won by 6 wickets

 

Eastern Province vs Free State

Free State won toss, chose to bowl
Eastern Province 110/7
Marilize Erasmus 14, Kyla Pretorius 11 (Izel Cilliers 2/20, Simone Tol 2/23)
Free State 60/5
Izel Cilliers 27* (Chene Arnolds 2/13)
Eastern Province won by 50 runs

 

Griqualand West vs KwaZulu-Natal

Griqualand West won toss, chose to bowl
KZN 152/1
Mishel Jeena 76*, Caitlin Dowes 48*
Griqualand West 33/10
Genevive Swartz 12 (Emma Pennefather 3/9, Jody Lane 2/0, Kemisha Moodley 2/5)
KZN won by 119 runs

 

Mpumalanga vs Limpopo

Limpopo won toss, chose to bat
Limpopo 120/5
Bronwyn Sumption 62* (Nadia Nel 2/10, Katherine Joss 2/27)
Mpumalanga 121/5
Zané van der Merwe 44, Sandisile Madonsela 19 (Mancha Mankoe 2/12, Richelle Lambert 2/18)
Mpumalanga won by 5 wickets

 

Northerns vs Western Province

Northerns won toss, chose to bat
Northerns 118/6
Anrie Steyn 38 (Ashton Heldsinger 3/16)
Western Province 107/5
Ashleigh Knoetze 45, Ashton Heldsinger 19* (Suné Luus 2/18)
Northerns won by 11 runs

 

South Western Districts vs North West

North West won toss, chose to bat
North West 34/10
Michelle Janse van Vuuren 9 (Jilian Carelse 3/2, Michaela Andrews 3/13, Monique Booysen 2/7)
SWD 35/1
Bernadine Bezhuidenhout 18
SWD won by 9 wickets

 

 

Round 1 Match summaries at the CSA Girls Under-19 National Week, Kimberley:

 

Western Province vs Boland

Boland won toss, chose to bat
Boland 96/3
Stacy Lackay 34, Bianca Booysens 30* (Ashton Heldsinger 2/11)
WP 61/9
Richa van Eck 24 (Nicole La Fleur 3/13)
Boland won by 35 runs

 

Easterns vs North West

NW won the toss, chose to bat
NW 114/7
Rose Russel 46, Innerie Jacobs 23 (Zante Steyn 2/15, Thato Kope 2/28)
Easterns 71/7
Kirsten Odine 18
Easterns won by 3 wickets

 

Eastern Province vs KwaZulu-Natal

EP won the toss, chose to bowl
KZN 62/10
Caitlin Downes 13 (Tiffany Wiltshire 3/7, Kayla Pretorius 2/10)
Easterns 63/3
C Carstens 19*, Keylynne Fick 15*
EP won by 7 wickets

 

Free State vs Border

Border won toss, chose to bowl
Free State 18/10
Wania Carelse 4/5, Nobulumko Baneti (2/8)
Border 19/1
Siphokazi Nazo 12, Zintle Mpupha 6
Border won by 9 wickets

 

Griqualand West vs Kei

Griquas won the toss, chose to bowl
Kei 65/3
Yonela Ndongeni 12*
Griquas 57/10
Ndileka Silo 2/1, Yonela Ndongeni 2/13
Kei won by 8 runs

 

Mpumalanga vs KwaZulu-Natal Inland

Mpumalanga won toss, chose to bowl
KZNI 105/9
Natasha Botha 37 (Nadia Nel 3/32, Rialda Jacobs 2/15)
Mpumalanga 74/4
Arishma Maghoo 2/18
KZNI won by 27 runs

 

Northerns vs Gauteng

Northerns won toss, chose to bat
Northerns 139/9
Suné Luus 19, Delmi Tucker 15* (Jessica Perreira 3/11, Chene Bester 2/32)
Gauteng 69/10
Luus 3/5, Tucker 3/14
Northerns won by 40 runs

 

South Western Districts vs Limpopo

SWD won toss, chose to bat
SWD 112/2
Bernadine Bezhuidenhout 61
Limpopo 66/10
Michaela Andrews 2/11
SWD won by 46 runs

 

 

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