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Cape Cobras coach Paul Adams has highlighted the importance of a strong start to the Sunfoil Series.
Knights' cricket coach Sarel Cilliers is pleased with the way things are shaping up ahead of their opening domestic four-day match.
The Lions are looking forward to the Sunfoil Series after their largely forgettable On-Day Cup campaign.
Proteas Test batsman Alviro Petersen launched a foundation to create better opportunities for the next generation of South Africans.
The doubling-up of prize money for the four-day first class series, which starts this week, has given the series a deserved boost.
The domestic One-Day trophy will be shared between the Cape Cobras and the Titans after the final was abandoned.
The toss in the One-Day Cup final between the Cape Cobras and the Titans has been delayed at Newlands, in Cape Town.
The One-Day Cup Final between the Cape Cobras and the Titans will now be played on Saturday after continuous rain allowed just 5.5 overs of play.
Cricket SA first black national convener of selectors Linda Zondi is a firm believer in the new quotas system.
Cape Cobras coach Paul Adams says the Cobras' will have to beat the entire Titans team if they are to win the One-Day Cup final.
The Titans' resilience in the latter part of the season has impressed coach Rob Walter ahead of their play-off against the Dolphins.
Morne van Wyk is confident his side's lack of experience in play-off situations will count for little when they face the Titans.
Craig Alexander grabbed career-best figures to help the Dolphins overcome the Cape Cobras runs and book a place in the domestic One-Day Cup play-offs.
The Knights coasted to an eight wicket victory over the Lions in their One-Day Cup match at the Wanderers.
A Heino Kuhn ton helped Titans to a seven-wicket bonus-point win at Warriors and an unexpected South African One-day Cup play-off place.
England bowler Graham Onions has joined the Dolphins this season. Antoinette Muller interviews him here.
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