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/ 20 March 2008

Titans take domestic limited-overs title

Excellent batting and bowling took the Titans to a well-deserved 38-run victory over the Warriors in the final of the MTN domestic championship at SuperSport Park on Wednesday. Put in to bat by the Warriors, the Titans scored an impressive 269-6 — the highest total in any match in the championship this season.

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/ 23 February 2008

Titans unconvincing but still unbeaten

The Titans maintained their unbeaten record in the MTN domestic championship this season with a four-wicket victory over the Highveld Lions in a rain-shortened match at the Wanderers on Friday. Chasing a modest total of 139 in 38 overs to win, the Titans looked far from convincing as they lost wickets at regular intervals.

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/ 21 February 2008

Titans stutter to victory

A career-best 68 by Jaco Booysen helped the Titans to maintain their unbeaten record as they stuttered to a one wicket victory over the Warriors in their MTN domestic championship match at Supersport Park on Wednesday. It was an unconvincing performance by the log leaders, but Booysen had the kind of match schoolboys dream of.

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/ 28 December 2007

Proteas fight back against Windies

South Africa salvaged some pride by taking six wickets for 26 runs in the last session on the third day of the first Test against the West Indies on Friday. At close of play, the West Indies were 146-8 for an overall lead of 359 runs. South Africa resumed play on 122-6, with all hopes of achieving some respectability resting on veteran wicketkeeper Mark Boucher and the young AB de Villiers.

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/ 8 December 2007

Titans celebrate first win of season

The Titans secured their first victory of this season’s SuperSport cricket series when they defeated the Eagles by 231 runs in their encounter at the Outsurance Oval in Bloemfontein on Saturday. It was also the home side’s first defeat of the series and first loss at home this season.

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/ 11 November 2007

Dolphins seem poised for the kill

With one day left in their SuperSport Series match at Buffalo Park in East London against the Warriors, the Dolphins were poised for the kill at the close of play on Saturday. The sun in Paarl shone slightly more on the Cape Cobras than on the visiting Lions, and in Benoni, the Titans and the Diamond Eagles appeared to be heading for a draw.

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/ 10 November 2007

Dolphins put on fine batting display

Responsible batting by the Dolphins enabled them to end the second day’s play in their SuperSport Series match against the Warriors in East London 206 runs ahead with two wickets in hand on Friday. In Benoni, the Diamond Eagles’ Pieter Koortzen struck his eighth first-class 100 in their SuperSport match against the Titans.

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/ 22 October 2007

Dolphins, Eagles post SuperSport victories

The Diamond Eagles ground out a solid 113-run victory over the Highveld Lions in their SuperSport Series fixture that ended mid-way through the final session at the De Beers Diamond Oval, Kimberley, on Sunday afternoon. In Durban, the Dolphins posted a seven-wicket victory over reigning SuperSport champions the Titans.

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/ 14 October 2007

Titans, Cobras heading for a draw

The Titans had a slender first-innings lead of 10 runs with four wickets in hand when bad light stopped play on the third day of their SuperSport Series match against the Cape Cobras at Willowmoore Park in Benoni on Saturday. In Johannesburg, the Lions were playing the Warriors.

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/ 28 August 2007

Much to do ahead of Twenty20 Cup

There is a serious amount of work to be done before the International Cricket Council Twenty20 World Cup tournament, which starts on September 11, said South African cricket coach Mickey Arthur on Monday, after the Proteas’ return from their 3-0 one-day international series victory over Zimbabwe.