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    T20 Trial Match Five
    CWC Trial XI B vs CWC Trial XI A

    After a tough first day of the series, and a disappointing start to day 2 in game one, CWC Trial XI B were starting to really hunger for a win.

    Captain JD Hurricane sent Trial XI A in to bat first, and it was probably a good toss for the A's to lose on a track which offered something for all. Early on though it looked a wise choice, Morkel striking twice in a ferocious opening spell with the key wickets of Ames and Monk.
    P Spark again looked in good form, working his way to a solid half-century with some intelligent batting; and was well supported by Jellett, who looked to attack the B XI part-timers. However Zadran dismissed both, and the remainder of the order found it difficult against the blistering pace of Sharma and Morkel. 6/144 from 20 overs seemed a decent score on a day where it was hard to determine what the par was.

    Trial XI B sent out an untested opening partnership, the mainstay du Toit joined by promising young keeper Jake Howe - and though du Toit was again dismissed cheaply, Howe looked in form from ball one. Supported by captain Hurricane, the pair looked to take responsibility for the result and batted with a sense of purpose not previously seen from the B's. Despite a pair of Lewis wickets causing a few jitters, Ingram made sure of the result to take the mini-series back to 3-2.

    MOTM: J Howe

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    CWC Trial XI A versus CWC Trial XI B
    
    
    CWC Trial XI B won the toss and elected to BOWL first
    
    
    CWC Trial XI A
     
    
    E Ames            c S Zadran          b M Morkel          	5 (7)
     
    P Spark                      lbw      b S Zadran          	54 (51)
     
    A Monk            c O du Toit         b M Morkel          	12 (9)
     
    D Jellett         c M Morkel          b S Zadran          	43 (32)
     
    DB Wayne          c J Howe            b A Sharma          	9 (5)
     
    C Lewis                           c & b M Morkel          	3 (9)
     
    M Wisney                       not out                	6 (3)
     
    SC Somerset                    not out                	4 (4)
     
    
    Extras		( w2 nb1 b1 lb4 )		8
    
    	
    
    Total (from 20 overs)	144 - 6
    
    
    Fall of wickets:
    1-5  2-27  3-118  4-125  5-134  6-140  
    
    
    
    Bowling Figures for CWC Trial XI B
    
                      
                      O	M	R	W
    
    A Sharma          4	0	36	1	
    
    M Morkel          3	0	11	3	
    
    S Delev           3	0	44	0	
    
    H Beaver          4	1	17	0	
    
    S Zadran          4	0	31	2	
    
    I Narang          2	2	0	0	
    
    
    
    
    CWC Trial XI B
     
    
    O du Toit         c A Monk            b HT Davis          	8 (5)
     
    J Howe            c C Lewis           b C Lewis           	72 (52)
     
    H Mork            c D Jellett         b M Wisney          	8 (3)
     
    JD Hurricane      c DB Wayne          b C Lewis           	28 (22)
     
    P Ingram                       not out                	26 (20)
     
    I Narang                       not out                	4 (1)
     
    
    Extras				0
    
    	
    
    Total (from 18 overs)	146 - 4
    
    
    Fall of wickets:
    1-8  2-18  3-97  4-138  
    
    
    
    Bowling Figures for CWC Trial XI A
    
                      
                      O	M	R	W
    
    HT Davis          3	0	33	1	
    
    GIMH Martyn       3	0	19	0	
    
    M Wisney          2	0	16	1	
    
    SC Somerset       3	0	15	0	
    
    G Sriram          2	0	21	0	
    
    E Ames            2	0	18	0	
    
    C Lewis           2	0	24	2	
    
    
    
    CWC Trial XI B won by 6 wickets
    
    Man of the match is J Howe
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    Match 3 to begin shortly - need Hurricane and Prince EWS to submit their XI's ASAP please.

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    # PLAYER NAME BAT BOWL STYLE ROLE
    1 J Howe 100 0 AGG WK wk
    2 P Ingram 41 0 AGG OPEN
    3 H Mork 100 0 DEF
    4 JD Hurricane 100 0 NOR BAT c
    5 O du Toit 100 0 NOR OPEN
    6 I Narang 60 40 AGG A/R 6
    7 S Zadran 30 70 AGG A/R 5
    8 A Fagina 10 90 AGG SPIN 3
    9 H Beaver 7 93 AGG SPIN 4
    10 M Morkel 1 99 NOR FAST 2
    11 M Hunt 1 99 AGG FAST 1
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    Nice, nice. Only ever bat well with el capitan though. Reckon I open with you coming in first drop, Hurricane.

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    T20 Trial Match Five
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    Been following this, good to have some simmage. Does Team A have a VC?

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    You guys better select me for the coming ODI.

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    Lineups for Day 2, Match Three - the final match of the T20 mini-series - set to begin shortly.

    CWC Trial XI B
    1. J Howe (wk)
    2. P Ingram
    3. H Mork
    4. JD Hurricane (c)
    5. O du Toit
    6. I Narang
    7. S Zadran
    8. A Fagina
    9. H Beaver
    10. M Morkel
    11. M Hunt

    CWC Trial XI A
    TBC.

    As PEWS has failed to submit a team again, one will be selected for him.

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