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Far away from the cricket pitch, in a cramped conference room at a Holiday Inn – Cassim Docrat has his face in his hands.
Poor form, injuries and internal squabbling undermined the Lions efforts to build on the success of the 2012/13 season.
The England Lions are set to tour South Africa in January and February 2015.
Proteas fast bowler Dale Steyn has been named Wisden’s Leading Cricketer of the Year for 2013.
Big contributions from senior players and a well-managed pipeline were the keys to the Cape Cobras' Sunfoil Series success this season, according to coach Paul Adams.
A career best haul of 6/59 from Titans bowler David Wiese vaulted his side to an 87-run victory over the Warriors.
Cape Cobras coach Paul Adams heaped praise on spinner Dane Piedt, in the wake of claiming the domestic four day title for the second season running.
The Cape Cobras wrapped up the domestic four-day series in fine style with an innings and 165 run win over the Lions on the final day of their match at the Wanderers.
The Cape Cobras officially sealed the four-day domestic series title with Australian-like ruthlessness and efficiency.
An innings of 149 from Dane Vilas helped the Cobras to a mammoth 544 in their first innings against the Lions on day two of their domestic four-day match.
Cobras captain Justin Ontong led the way for his team with a century as the visitors reached 322 for seven on day one of their domestic four-day match against the Lions.
Cobras coach Paul Adams says his squad are highly motivated to defend their title ahead of their final game of the season on Thursday.
The Knights are hoping to have Dean Elgar back in their side for the clash against the Dolphins at Chevrolet Park.
The Cape Cobras put one hand on the Sunfoil Series trophy with a 184-run victory over the Warriors.
Half centuries from Colin Ackermann and Michael Price put any premature title celebration from the Cape Cobras on hold as the Warriors fought hard to save their domestic four-day contest at Newlands.
Titans leg-spinner Shaun von Berg took three wickets to leave the Knights reeling on 212 for eight at stumps in their first innings on day two of their domestic four-day match.
A brisk knock of 87 by Roelof van der Merwe helped the Titans reach 268 for seven on day one of their domestic four day match against the Knights.
Ashwell Prince, who has played for the Warriors since 2008, announced his retirement on Wednesday.
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