T20 champ to be crowned tomorrow
New champions in the SWD T20 competition will be crowned tomorrow, Saturday 14 October, after the defending champions, Union Stars, were eliminated in the quarter-finals.
It is the first time since the inception of the competition in 2008 that Union Stars have not reach the semi-finals.
Harlequins Forces will take on Mossel Bay in the first semi-final, after which NMU and George will lock horns. The final will start at 15:00. All the matches will be at the REC Ground in Oudtshoorn.
The SWD winner will together with the Boland and Western Province champions, contest a place in the Multiple Club Championships that will be held in Pretoria between 8 and 10 December.
The fixtures for the weekend are:
Saturday, 14 October
SWD Twenty20 semi-finals and final (REC Ground, Oudtshoorn)
Harlequins Forces vs Mossel Bay (09:00); George vs NMU Madibaz George (12:00). The final will be played at 15:00.
Bongolethu vs Glen Roses; Dysselsdorp vs Ladismith; New Dawn Park vs Sussex; Beaufort West vs Thembalethu; Calitzdorp vs Blanco; Kranshoek Cobras vs Riversdale; Melkhoutfontein vs Slangrivier; Heidelberg vs Wilderness Vipers; Albertinia vs Knysna Cavaliers; Mayflower vs Hartenbos; KwaNonqaba vs St Georges. Women’s League
Western Hope vs Union Stars; Thembalethu vs Ramblers; Harlequins Forces vs Beaufort West; Mossel Bay vs Riversdale. Reserve League
Mossel Bay B vs NMU Madibaz George B; Ramblers C vs Thembalethu B; George C vs Mayflower B; Hartenbos B vs Union Stars C.
Sunday, 15 October
Union Stars vs Beaufort West Reserve League
Pirates United B vs Pacaltsdorp B; Union Stars B vs Western Hope B; Ramblers B vs Pioneers B; Sussex B vs George B; Mossel Bay B vs Harlequins Forces B; George C vs NMU Madibaz George B.