Liam Livingstone produced a violent maiden century in List A cricket with eight sixes as England Lions sealed their three-match series against South Africa A with a second successive win
Steven Finn and Dawid Malan shared the individual honours as England Lions took the lead in their three-match series against South Africa A
Ben Stokes led an impressive England Lions bowling display that ultimately led to victory in the opening one-day match of the limited-overs leg of their South Africa tour.
An absorbing day's cricket, the best in this short series, was vividly interrupted by the kind of lightning and thunder more often associated with matches on the High Veldt but lit up by James Vince
Temba Bavuma and Theunis de Bruyn are expected to represent South Africa against England later this year and they were to the fore after the shine went off the new ball and the Lions' bowling was largely spent.
Lions captain Jonathan Trott batted for 647 minutes, finishing with the fourth double-century of his first-class career, before both sides settled for an early draw
For Jonathan Trott to mark his return to representative cricket with an unbeaten 176, batting for nine hours, was some achievement
Given he was not batting first wicket down on his return to representative international cricket, Jonathan Trott was at the crease rather sooner than he would have envisaged on the second day in Paarl.