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December 2, 2012
Match abandoned Lions 208 for 6 in 43 overs (McKenzie 73, Ntini 2-23) v Warriors
Lions and Warriors shared points because their game in Johannesburg was washed out after only 43 overs were bowled in the first innings. Lions stayed on top of the league with 28 points, while Warriors were bottom with nine.
Lions were put in by Warriors and they slipped from 31 for 0 to 60 for 4, with Makhaya Ntini striking twice. Neil McKenzie stayed steady at one end, scoring 73, and he had a 80-run stand with Temba Bvuma. Lions had reached 208 for 6 when the match was interrupted and ended by bad weather.
Match abandoned without a ball bowled Knights v Cape Cobras
The players didn't even take the field in Bloemfontein, where another washout gave Knights and Cape Cobras two points each. Cape Cobras are second in the league with 24 points, while Knights as second from last with 18.
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