South Africa all-rounder, David Wiese, says the two-match KFC T20 International series against New Zealand is an opportunity for inexperienced players to stamp their mark on the international scene.
Morne van Wyk has been recalled to the Proteas limited overs squads in place of Quinton de Kock for both series against New Zealand later this month while David Wiese is in line to win his first cap in the ODI format.
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Morne Van Wyk became the third South African to score a T20 International century to set up the Ticketpro Proteas for a 69-run victory over the West Indies in the third KFC T20 International at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead on Wednesday.
David Wiese returned to prominence for The Titans, but his five-wicket haul was offset by half-centuries from Rilee Rossouw and Rudi Second as the Knights battled to a decent score on day one of their Sunfoil Series game at the Diamond Oval.
Jon-Jon Smuts contributed with both bat and ball as the Warriors put The Titans in a tight spot on day two of their Sunfoil Series clash at Axxess St George’s on Friday.
The transition from one-day cricket to the four-day game can often be a challenge, and The Titans captain, Henry Davids, admits that his side failed the test in their opening match of the Sunfoil Series.
The Titans have waited until the last possible moment to launch their bid for Momentum One-Day Cup play-off qualification.
The Knights’ Momentum One-Day Cup season went from bad to worse on Wednesday as they were bowled out for 90 by The Titans on their way to an eight-wicket defeat.
The Momentum One-Day Cup served up its first high-scoring thriller of the season on Friday night, as The Titans held their nerve to beat the Highveld Lions by a solitary run on a quick Bidvest Wanderers track.