Rivaldo Moonsamy recorded his maiden ton at franchise level for the Titans against the Warriors. Photo: Muzi Ntombela/BackpagePix

Maiden centuries by Andrea Agathangelou and Rivaldo Moonsamy set the Titans on their way to a massive 104-run bonus-point win over the Warriors in the Momentum One-Day Cup clash at Willowmoore Park in Benoni on Sunday.

There were also three wickets for Tabraiz Shamsi (3/54) as the visitors were bundled out for 208 in pursuit of 313.

That total was built around opener Agathangelou’s platform-laying innings and an attacking effort by No 3 Moonsamy, after their side had won the toss and elected to bat first.

The former top-scored with 113 (124 balls, 9x4, 4x6), his maiden ton in List A cricket and bettering his 94 scored while playing for North West against Eastern Province in provincial cricket way back in 2010/11.

Moonsamy, meanwhile, recorded his maiden ton at franchise level and second overall when he struck a breezy 107 (98 balls, 11x4, 2x6).

It enabled the Titans to amass 312/7. The pick of the away bowlers was Sisanda Magala, after he claimed 3/65.

The Warriors made a decent attempt to chase down the total, particularly early on as Gihahn Cloete clubbed 82 (74 balls, 13x4, 1x6).

The men from the Eastern Cape had reached 106/2 in the 19th over, but they then faded away badly. 

Shamsi was the chief destroyer, but Junior Dala and Grant Thomson picked up 2/28 apiece as the Warriors fell apart.

Magala’s 30 was the next best score with his side slumping to a third loss in four games.

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