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RAM SLAM T20: Cobras bank on experience of Kemp and Peterson

The Cape Cobras will fall back on the experience of an old hand in Justin Kemp as they look to overcome the loss of overseas star, Kieron Pollard, in Sunday’s crunch RAM SLAM T20 clash against the bizhub Highveld Lions at Bidvest Wanderers.

Pollard was ruled out of the remainder of the tournament after injuring his right knee during last Sunday’s win over the Knights in Paarl, handing the Cobras their latest blow in a campaign beset by injuries and non-availabilities.


RAM SLAM T20 Preview: bizhub Highveld Lions vs Cape Cobras

Despite losing to the VKB Knights on Wednesday, the bizhub Highveld Lions will be eager to host the Cape Cobras in an exciting RAM SLAM T20 Competition match at the Bidvest Wanderers on Sunday.

The last time the two sides met in Cape Town, the bizhub Highveld Lions chalked up an impressive seven-wicket victory.  They will believe that they can add another win to the column when they host the Cape side at the Bidvest Wanderers – a ground that bizhub Highveld Lions Captain, Thami Tsolekile, admitted has been a happy hunting ground for the side.


RAM SLAM T20 Preview: Sunfoil Dolphins v VKB Knights

The Sunfoil Dolphins have brought in three new players for their RAM SLAM T20 clash against the VKB Knights at St. George’s Park on Saturday as they look to get back to winning ways.

After enjoying success in their first four games in the competition, the Dolphins took just two points from their next four games, with the loss of three key players a mitigating factor.


RAM SLAM T20 Preview: Warriors v The Unlimited Titans

The Warriors face the stiff task of revitalising their RAM SLAM T20 campaign against the tournament’s standout side when they take on The Unlimited Titans in the second game of Saturday’s double-header at St. George’s Park.

The Warriors currently sit fifth on the table with 10 points, but are the only side who still have four games remaining - something that could be turned into an advantage if they can beat the Titans and generate some momentum.


RAM SLAM T20: Reeza and Rilee finally get Knights off the mark

The VKB Knights finally got off the mark in the RAM SLAM T20 and consequently put a dent in the bizhub Highveld Lions’ ambitions as Reeza Hendricks and Rilee Rossouw orchestrated a 29-run victory at Senwes Park.

The pair shared in a 90-run stand for the first wicket to send the Knights on their way to a total of 175 for five, with Hendricks finishing unbeaten on 72.


Pollard to miss remainder of RAM SLAM T20 Challenge due to knee injury

Kieron Pollard, world-class all-rounder of the defending RAM SLAM T20 champions, the Cape Cobras, won’t take part in the remainder of the domestic T20-showpiece due to an injury to his right knee.

He will fly back to the Caribbean on Wednesday.


RAM SLAM T20: bizhub Highveld Lions v VKB Knights

The bizhub Highveld Lions will look to their batsmen to provide the “20 or 30 per cent” that coach, Geoff Toyana, believes they have been missing in the RAM SLAM T20, when they host the VKB Knights at Senwes Park on Wednesday.

With the Lions currently lying in fourth place, four points behind the third-placed Cobras but with a game in hand, Toyana says the game against the Knights “will define where we go in the competition”.


RAM SLAM T20: Cobras beat Knights to keep in play-off race

The Cape Cobras kept pace in the race for the RAM SLAM T20 play-offs after they triumphed by four wickets over the VKB Knights, who have now lost all six of their games in the competition.

On a Boland Park pitch that none of the batsmen were able to sink their teeth into, the Knights put up 140 for seven after being put into bat, which the Cobras eclipsed with three balls to spare.


RAM SLAM T20: Pretorius strikes key blows in narrow Lions victory

Dwaine Pretorius struck four crucial blows to give the bizhub Highveld Lions the sweet taste of revenge as they beat the Sunfoil Dolphins in a RAM SLAM T20 nail-biter at Bidvest Wanderers on Sunday.

Pretorius’ 4 for 22 gave him a personal best in the format, but most importantly included the wickets of David Miller, Dwayne Bravo and Ryan McLaren as the Lions clung on to win by six runs.


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