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RAM SLAM T20: Magala puts Warriors back on winning trail

Sisanda Magala took his maiden five-wicket haul in Twenty20 cricket as the Warriors recorded a vital 25-run win over the bizhub Highveld Lions at St. George’s Park to climb up the RAM SLAM T20 table.

Magala recorded figures of 5 for 28 - the second best by a Warriors bowler in Twenty20 competition - to restrict the Lions to 130 for nine in pursuit of a target of 156.


Subrayen suspended from bowling in domestic cricket

Sunfoil Dolphins spin bowler, Prenelan Subrayen, has been suspended from bowling in domestic cricket with immediate effect.

Subrayen was reported by the Match Officials for a suspect bowling action during the RAM SLAM T20 Challenge Match between the Sunfoil Dolphins and The Unlimited Titans at Supersport Park on 1 November 2015.


RAM SLAM T20: Warriors and Lions both mull team changes

The Warriors and the bizhub Highveld Lions go into their RAM SLAM T20 clash at St. George’s Park on Friday night knowing that it could prove pivotal to their campaigns after suffering back-to-back defeats last weekend.

Both sides won their opening encounters, breathing hope into two franchises with relatively inexperienced squads who have not been bolstered by overseas signings or local loan deals.


RAM SLAM T20: Reeza's 98 not enough to stop Cobras' triumph

Reeza Hendricks completed his return to form with an unbeaten 98, but it wasn’t enough to get the VKB Knights off the mark in the RAM SLAM T20 as the Cape Cobras triumphed by four wickets at the Diamond Oval.

After going through a lean spell in the Momentum One-Day Cup, when he managed just 101 runs in five innings, Hendricks showed signs of improvement with his 42 against the Dolphins last week and backed that up with a superb 66-ball knock that gave the Knights a total of 174 for five.


RAM SLAM T20: Knights vs Cobras

Two weeks after making a fresh start under new coach, Nicky Boje, the VKB Knights are confident that the changes will begin to yield results as they look to Wednesday’s RAM SLAM T20 encounter with the Cape Cobras at the Diamond Oval.

While Boje is still waiting for his first win since taking over the reins, the Knights have only had two outings in that period, and will have the opportunity to move up the table this week as they play three home games in five days.


RAM SLAM T20: KP's run of form keeps Dolphins ahead of the pack

KEVIN Pietersen and Morne van Wyk scored half-centuries to set the Sunfoil Dolphins up for a 34-run win over the Warriors at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead and earn a considerable lead at the top of the RAM SLAM T20 standings.

Pietersen continued his sensational form as he top-scored with 68 from 44 balls in a Dolphins total of 179 for four, which proved well beyond the Warriors on a surface that was on the low side.


RAM SLAM T20: Behardien puts Titans in charge

Farhaan Behardien's brisk half-century guided The Unlimited Titans out of a sticky situation and took them to a 26-run victory over the Cape Cobras in Sunday’s RAM SLAM T20 clash at SuperSport Park.

Behardien smashed an unbeaten 61 from just 31 balls in an innings that stood head and shoulders above any other on the surface, allowing the Titans to post 173 for five.


RAM SLAM T20: Paterson and Parnell clinch Cobras win

Dane Paterson and Wayne Parnell struck at the death to complete a stunning comeback and give the Cape Cobras a much-needed RAM SLAM T20 win over the Warriors at Boland Park on Friday.

In a game that boasted sublime death bowling by both sides, it was the Cobras’ strikes that proved decisive as Paterson and Parnell took a combined 4 for 11 plus a run-out in the last two overs of the Warriors innings to clinch a five-run win.


RAM SLAM T20: Titans get title challenge back on target

A clinical bowling performance from The Unlimited Titans set up a four-wicket victory over the bizhub Highveld Lions at Senwes Park and gave them their first points of the RAM SLAM T20 season.

After winning the toss and opting to bowl on a pitch with a hint of inconsistent bounce, the Titans bowled the Lions out for just 115 with Tabraiz Shamsi leading the way with figures of 3 for 20.


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