Cape Town – a brilliant all-round bowling display by Highveld Lions stopped helper Cape Cobras after their footsteps 4 Daily Domestic Series Log leaders left Tuesday on the second day of their clashes in Paarl.
The host, who has won four of the 2018/19 games so far, was too far away for a big bullet on the top of the table and only 138 people in their first hit.
Nono Pongolo (3/29) and Aaron Phangiso (3/11) claim three wicketes, one each, Nandre Burger (2/34) and Bjorn Fortuin (2/23) – Boland Park visitors doubled.
Then, the Lions reached a mass of 104 to a quarter to head for the third run.
He claimed to have had a surprisingly bad day for homeowners, who started the day in a good way by flying over only 10 to claim the last three initial strokes of his Johannesburg-based opponents. Dane Piedt, 119, ended with a three-pointer, Dane went to Paterson and completed five of his 12th career with five of five.
The lions were bowled to 337 and later performed consistently with the top of the bowling players.
Without the suspended Beuran Hendricks, one of the leading bowling teams of the season, the rest of their teammates struck at regular intervals to blow up the Coins at 51.1 times.
Zubayr Hamza played with 56 points (113 ball, 5 fours), but only two more people – Janneman Malan (22) and Aviwe Mgijima (24) – directed double figures.
Cobras were rejected for the lowest score of the season.
Cobras, according to the credits of Stephen Cook (3), Dominic Hendricks (9), Temba Bavuma (17) and Wiaan Lubbe (23) fell cheap.
Rassie van der Dussen was forced to suffer injury as well, but Nicky van den Bergh (left 41) left in the game.
Piedt was the best of the two bowlers with 49.