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November 21, 2012
Dolphins v Lions Match abandoned
The game between Dolphins and Lions in Durban was abandoned without a ball being bowled.
The rain at Kingsmead started soon after the toss, which was won by Dolphins. The match was called off after three hours by the umpires.
The teams were awarded two points each. Lions moved to 21 points, holding their No. 1 position in the table, and Dolphins were third. Lions play Titans, and Dolphins play Cape Cobras in their next match, on Friday.
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