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CL T20, Central District Stags v Warriors, 12th T20, Match Report
Matches - Reports Sunday, 19 September 2010 23:30
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12th T20,Group A: Central Districts v Warriors (Winner: Warriors)

Central Districts 175/3 (J How 88*, K Noema-Barnett 53*, J Botha 1/16) lost to Warriors 181/4 (D Jacobs 74, A Prince 64, K Noema-Barnett 2/28) by 6 wickets with 5 balls remaining.

   Match Scorecard  
Man of the Match: D Jacobs St George's Park, Port Elizabeth (17 Sep,2010)
cow-analysis

Warriors took on Stags in a mismatch. Warriors were clear favourites to win. Ingram’s horror tournament continued but James How picked up from where he had left. James innings helped Stags reach 76/3 in 10 with a COW of 50%. 103 runs came off the last 10 overs as How and Noema-Barnett toyed with the Warriors bowling attack scoring blistering fifties as Stags ended with a very competitive 175/3 with COW of 54%. Any confidence Stags might have after their performance was gone by the 5th over as Warriors reached 56/0 in 5 with a COW of 55%. Jones and Prince matched each other shot for shot as they put together 147 runs as Warriors raced to 149/1 in 16 overs with a COW of 79%. There was mini collapse but Thyssen and Boucher got them home.

 
cow-key
  First Inns (Central Districts Stags)  
 
arrow 5 Overs: CDS 49/1 CDS 53% Central Districts lost the wicket
      of Ingram early but made. Central Districts chances increased by 3% during this period.
arrow 10 Overs: CDS 76/3 CDS 50% Unforseen circumstances for Warriors
      spinners to stem the flow, and that ploy worked brilliantly reducing the scoring to a crawl.Central Districts chances decreased by 3% during this period.
arrow 15 Overs: CDS 108/3 WAR 53% Warriors continued their stranglehold
      of the Central Districts batting, keeping the run-rate low. Central Districts chances decreased by 3% during this period.
arrow 20 Overs: CDS 175/3 CDS 54% Jamie How continued his rich
      vein of form, causing Central Districts to reach a very high total .Central Districts chances increased by 4% during this period.
       
  Second Inns (WAR: Target 176)  
     
arrow 5 Overs: WAR 56/0 WAR 55% Warriors demolished the opposition
      bowling during the powerplay making the required rate much lower.Warriors chances increased by 9% during this period.
arrow 10 Overs: WAR 101/0 WAR 63% Carnage from both ends continued
      as the presence of spinners did not make much difference.Warriors chances increased by 8% during this period.
arrow 15 Overs: WAR 145/0 WAR 75% Central Districts crumbled in the
      field as Prince and Jacobs piled on the runs .Warriors chances increased by 12% during this period.
arrow 19.1 Overs: WAR 181/4 WAR 100% From an unlosable position, Warriors
      looked like they would make their team lose, thankfully Boucher ensured that no such travesty would occur .Warriors won by 6 wickets.

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