G­re­at start for U­ni­on S­tars

Oudtshoorn Courant - - SPORT -

The de­fen­ding cham­pi­ons, U­ni­on S­tars (218/4), star­ted their cam­paign in the SWD Pre­mier Cric­ket Le­a­gue on a high with a 6-wic­ket bo­nus point vic­to­ry a­gainst Ram­blers (215 all out).

A­skin Louw (94) pro­du­ced an im­pres­si­ve bat­ting per­for­man­ce for Ram­blers but Pie­ter Stuur­man (75*) and Jo­vi­a­no Tock (39*) took the ho­me te­am o­ver the li­ne w­hen they re­a­ched the tar­get (218/4) af­ter 39 o­vers.

Mos­sel Bay (208 all out) de­fe­a­ted We­stern Hope (185 all out) by 23 runs.

On Sun­day Ram­blers (115/5) boun­ced back to de­fe­at Har­le­quins For­ces (112/9) by 5 wic­kets, thanks to an un­de­fe­a­ted half cen­tu­ry by Brad­ley Ca­ro­lus (62*).

Pi­o­neers we­re vic­to­ri­ous in Pool D of the Pro­mo­ti­on Le­a­gue and will ad­van­ce to the quar­ter fi­nals that will be con­te­sted t­his wee­kend.

PRE­MIER LE­A­GUE COMPETITION

RAM­BLERS 215/10 (49.3) (A­skin Louw 94, Al­lis­ter A­lex­an­der 28, Brad­ley Ca­ro­lus 27, Fran­cois Swart 26, En­vir­no Swart 4/31).

U­NI­ON S­TARS 218/4 (39) (Pie­ter Stuur­man 75*, Jo­vi­a­no Tock 39*, Dil­lan Moos 35*(re­ti­red hurt), En­vi­ri­no Swart 26, Co­lan Hoog­baard 2/54).

U­ni­on S­tars won by 6 wic­kets.

MOS­SEL BAY 208/10 (50) WE­STERN HOPE 185/10

Mos­sel Bay won by 23 runs.

HAR­LE­QUINS FOR­CES 112/9 (31.5) (Niel Hen­dricks 35, Re­a­gan En­gel­brecht 31, Gert Swart 3/31, De­an Le­wis 2/24)

RAM­BLERS 115/5 (26.4) (Brad­ley Ca­ro­lus 62*, John Cooper 3/42).Ram­blers

won by 5 wic­kets.

TWENTY/20 COMPETITION - POOL D

KNYSNA CAVALIERS 134/5 (20); PIRATES U­NI­TED 70/10 (18)

Knysna Cavaliers won by 64 runs.

KNYSNA CAVALIERS 103/7 (20); PI­O­NEERS 104/9 (18)

Pi­o­neers won by 1 wic­ket.

KRANSHOEK CO­BRAS 179/9 (20); KNYSNA CAVALIERS 180/5 (17.3)

Knysna Cavaliers won by 5 wic­kets.

KRANSHOEK CO­BRAS 75/10 (18.1); PI­O­NEERS 76/1 (8)

Pi­o­neers won by 9 wic­kets.

Brad­ley Ca­ro­lus of Ram­blers

Pie­ter Stuur­man of U­ni­on S­tars.

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