Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Tuesday launched the fourth edition of the Africa T20 Cup which will feature an additional four teams, namely international teams Nigeria and Ghana alongside Mpumalanga and Limpopo, taking part in the 2018/19 season curt
KwaZulu-Natal Inland captain Lefa Mosena believes that the ‘family unit’ created at the union was a driving factor in their Africa T20 Cup success after they were crowned 2017 champions in Kimberley on Monday.
KZN Inland side snatched the Africa T20 Cup title with a dominant display in the final, beating Free State by six wickets with more than two overs to spare, to complete a clean sweep of titles for the Pietermaritzburg side.
Andries Gous blasted only the second ever Africa T20 Cup century to help Free State seal their ticket to a maiden final after a 10-wicket demolition of Namibia at the Diamond Oval in Kimberley on Sunday.
Rookie Nduduzo Mfoza led strong bowling performance that was backed up by an unbeaten half-century by Sarel Erwee as KwaZulu-Natal Inland reached the Africa T20 Cup final with a thumping eight-wicket win over Gauteng in Kimberley on Sunday.
Having finished top of pool D after an exciting weekend of action that saw them win two from two KZN Inland will face Namibia in the 2017 Africa T20 Cup semi-final on Sunday 24 September aiming for a spot in the final to be played on the public holiday on Monday 25 September in Kimberley.
A sensational 23 off just six balls by Gareth Dukes put KwaZulu-Natal Inland into the Africa T20 Cup semi-finals after they beat hosts Border by six wickets in the final Pool D match at Buffalo Park in East London on Sunday.