Champions League Twenty20 2010

Chennai Super Kings won the Champions League Twenty20 beating Warriors comfortably by eight wickets in the final in Johannesburg
Chennai Super Kings won the Champions League Twenty20 beating Warriors comfortably by eight wickets in the final in Johannesburg © AFP
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Champions League Twenty20 Warm-Up, 2010/11 (in South Africa Other Twenty20 matches)

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Think twice before you question Harbhajan Singh's recent form

Davy Jacobs pulls
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Rusty Theron is delighted after bowling Clint McKay
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Makhaya Ntini bowls
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Rusty Theron bends his back
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Warriors celebrate the fall of a Victoria wicket
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Mark Boucher is bowled by Dirk Nannes
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Squads

Ramnaresh Sarwan (c) Christopher Barnwell
Devendra Bishoo Sewnarine Chattergoon
Derwin Christian (wk) Esuan Crandon
Royston Crandon Lennox Cush
Narsingh Deonarine Travis Dowlin
Jonathan Foo Assad Fudadin
Steven Jacobs Richard Ramdeen
Paul Wintz
Tournament Results
Warriors v EPR Inv XI at Port Elizabeth - Sep 8, 2010
EPR Inv XI won by 10 wickets (with 32 balls remaining)
Central D v RCB at Pretoria - Sep 7, 2010
RCB won by 22 runs
Warriors v EPR Inv XI at Port Elizabeth - Sep 7, 2010
EPR Inv XI won by 29 runs
Central D v South Aust at Benoni - Sep 6, 2010
South Aust won by 7 wickets (with 23 balls remaining)
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