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Gqeberha, January 28 - 30, 2010, CSA Provincial Three-Day Challenge
264 & 239/4d
(T:295) 209/8d & 73

E. Province won by 221 runs

E. Province 1st Innings
Namibia 1st Innings
E. Province 2nd Innings
Namibia 2nd Innings
Match Details
Eastern Province 1st Innings 
Chad Baxter lbw b Palladino23342006.06
Michael Price c †van Schoor b Viljoen2043664046.51
Michael Smith (c)c Klazinga b Palladino8413316413063.15
Sean Adair c †van Schoor b Slabber36861095141.86
Kelly Smuts c †van Schoor b Viljoen1143482025.58
Riaan Jeggels c †van Schoor b Groenewald2544652156.81
Warren Bell c †van Schoor b Viljoen1232282037.50
Lyall Meyer  b Klazinga2430373180.00
Corbyn Dolley not out 1744521038.63
Brandon Viret c †van Schoor b Palladino515190033.33
Reece Williams  b Viljoen15101820150.00
Extras(b 2, lb 4, nb 7)13
TOTAL84.1 Ov (RR: 3.13, 323 Mts)264
Fall of wickets: 1-17 (Chad Baxter, 9.3 ov), 2-46 (Michael Price, 14.3 ov), 3-148 (Sean Adair, 43.6 ov), 4-161 (Michael Smith, 52.4 ov), 5-172 (Kelly Smuts, 56.5 ov), 6-196 (Warren Bell, 64.4 ov), 7-214 (Riaan Jeggels, 71.3 ov), 8-232 (Lyall Meyer, 74.6 ov), 9-239 (Brandon Viret, 79.4 ov), 10-264 (Reece Williams, 84.1 ov)
Louis Klazinga1925512.891047003
74.6 to L Meyer, has a very agricultural hook, misses totally, ball drops onto middle stump. 232/8
Tony Palladino1833932.16755003
9.3 to C Baxter, comes forward to play, ball nips back a bit to rap the pads. 17/1
52.4 to MBA Smith, slower ball, chipped slowly to mid off. 161/4
79.4 to VB Viret, snicked, keeper gets his 6th. 239/9
Christi Viljoen15.133642.37704101
14.3 to ML Price, widish outsside off, swings and clips the ball. 46/2
64.4 to WE Bell, goes on the drive but only to nick to the keeper. 196/6
71.3 to RR Jeggels, nicls the ball to the keeper. 214/7
84.1 to RC Williams, big swipe but miss. 264/10
Elton Ambambi402005.00225000
Craig Williams411904.75133001
Bernard Scholtz301806.00111100
Wilbur Slabber1915713.00848000
43.6 to SR Adair, . 148/3
Willem Groenewald211417.0081100
71.3 to RR Jeggels, snicks, keeper takes. 214/7
Namibia 1st Innings 
Raymond van Schoor c †Adair b Viret316230018.75
Willem Groenewald c & b Dolley331962574016.83
Gerhard Rudolph c †Adair b Viret316180018.75
Norbert Manyande c †Adair b Meyer2231354070.96
Craig Williams (c)c Price b Bell9115722516057.96
Tony Palladino c Price b Dolley420200020.00
Christi Viljoen c Viret b Williams1335451037.14
Louis Klazinga run out (Baxter/†Adair)321270014.28
Wilbur Slabber not out 017-000.00
Bernard Scholtz not out 1017-2058.82
Extras(b 4, lb 5, nb 16, w 2)27
TOTAL85 Ov (RR: 2.45, 346 Mts)209/8d
Did not bat: Elton Ambambi 
Fall of wickets: 1-6 (Raymond van Schoor, 5.2 ov), 2-16 (Gerhard Rudolph, 9.3 ov), 3-49 (Norbert Manyande, 17.3 ov), 4-159 (Willem Groenewald, 62.6 ov), 5-177 (Tony Palladino, 68.3 ov), 6-182 (Craig Williams, 73.3 ov), 7-198 (Christi Viljoen, 79.1 ov), 8-198 (Louis Klazinga, 80.2 ov)
Reece Williams1683612.25826012
79.1 to C Viljoen, a lofted drive, Viret runs around from long off to take a rolling catch over his shoulder just wide of deep extra cover. 198/7
Brandon Viret1844322.38906005
5.2 to R van Schoor, . 6/1
9.3 to GJ Rudolph, ball finds the edge of the bat, Adair gloves his second. 16/2
Warren Bell1222211.83601011
73.3 to CG Williams, driven, ball goes staright to Price at mid on. 182/6
Lyall Meyer1735513.23828008
17.3 to RN Manyande, great planning, a rising deliverywhich the batsman spars at only to touch to the keeper. 49/3
Michael Price32903.00152000
Corbyn Dolley1953521.84914000
62.6 to WJ Groenewald, pops the ball back to Dolley, and thus ending one of the most tedious innings in this match. 159/4
68.3 to AP Palladino, drives to mid off, Price dives forward and catches the ball just off the turf. 177/5
Eastern Province 2nd Innings 
Michael Price c Rudolph b Klazinga721191033.33
Chad Baxter c Palladino b Ambambi411260036.36
Michael Smith (c) b Klazinga722310031.81
Sean Adair lbw b Viljoen51517371100.00
Kelly Smuts not out 1011391869372.66
Riaan Jeggels not out 641041357161.53
Extras(lb 3, nb 1, w 1)5
TOTAL57.5 Ov (RR: 4.13, 248 Mts)239/4d
Fall of wickets: 1-10 (Michael Price, 4.3 ov), 2-14 (Chad Baxter, 5.5 ov), 3-34 (Michael Smith, 10.6 ov), 4-94 (Sean Adair, 22.2 ov)
Louis Klazinga1324323.30585100
4.3 to ML Price, cuts straight to 2nd slip. 10/1
10.6 to MBA Smith, beaten, ball gets the stumps. 34/3
Elton Ambambi1324413.38544110
5.5 to C Baxter, plyed straight to mid wicket, couldn't be softer. 14/2
Christi Viljoen1205214.33476000
22.2 to SR Adair, ball comes back to hit the pads with Adair fairly well back. 94/4
Craig Williams2020010.0043001
Wilbur Slabber12.515804.51505300
Bernard Scholtz501903.80151000
Namibia 2nd Innings (T: 295 runs)
Raymond van Schoor lbw b Viret728361025.00
Willem Groenewald lbw b Viret0814000.00
Gerhard Rudolph c Viret b Williams1647782034.04
Norbert Manyande  b Meyer1317192076.47
Craig Williams (c)c Jeggels b Williams411220036.36
Christi Viljoen  b Williams012000.00
Tony Palladino c †Adair b Williams022000.00
Wilbur Slabber lbw b Williams01015000.00
Louis Klazinga c Smith b Meyer1317293076.47
Bernard Scholtz c Smuts b Williams813212061.53
Elton Ambambi not out 00200-
Extras(lb 4, nb 6, w 2)12
TOTAL25.2 Ov (RR: 2.88, 128 Mts)73
Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Willem Groenewald, 3.2 ov), 2-15 (Raymond van Schoor, 7.6 ov), 3-28 (Norbert Manyande, 12.5 ov), 4-39 (Craig Williams, 17.3 ov), 5-39 (Christi Viljoen, 17.4 ov), 6-39 (Tony Palladino, 17.6 ov), 7-46 (Gerhard Rudolph, 19.2 ov), 8-47 (Wilbur Slabber, 21.2 ov), 9-69 (Louis Klazinga, 24.6 ov), 10-73 (Bernard Scholtz, 25.2 ov)
Reece Williams7.232463.27373011
17.3 to CG Williams, ball comes across the batsman who guides the ball to 1st slip. 39/4
17.4 to C Viljoen, beats the bat, cluips the bails. 39/5
17.6 to AP Palladino, ball follows the batsman who leans back and cannot avoid touching the ball to the keeper. 39/6
19.2 to GJ Rudolph, . 46/7
21.2 to W Slabber, a low full toss, hits just below the roll. 47/8
25.2 to BM Scholtz, goes on the hook, miscued to short mid wicket. 73/10
Brandon Viret822322.87383001
3.2 to WJ Groenewald, ball beats the bat, continues onto the pads with the batsman quite well back. Not much doubt about that.. 0/1
7.6 to R van Schoor, ball straightens and trapps the pads in front. 15/2
Lyall Meyer1052222.20524010
12.5 to RN Manyande, through the gate as the batsman comes forward and misses. 28/3
24.6 to L Klazinga, driven, ball comes in, clipped cleanly to snd slip. 69/9
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St George's Park, Port Elizabeth
TossNamibia, elected to field first
Hours of play (local time)10.00 start, Lunch 12.20-13.00, Tea 15.20-15.40, Close 18.00
Match days28,29,30 January 2010 - day (3-day match)
South Africa
Christo Conradie
South Africa
Jurgen Hanekom
Reserve Umpire
South Africa
Clive Joubert
PointsEastern Province 18.28, Namibia 7.18
Thu, 28 Jan - day 1 - Namibia 1st innings 49/3 (Willem Groenewald 9*, 17.3 ov)
Fri, 29 Jan - day 2 - E. Province 2nd innings 120/4 (Kelly Smuts 30*, Riaan Jeggels 18*, 37 ov)
Sat, 30 Jan - day 3 - Namibia 2nd innings 73 (25.2 ov) - end of match
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
  • Eastern Province 2nd Innings - 150 runs in 44.1 overs (193 mins, 266 balls, 16x4,2x6)
  • Eastern Province 2nd Innings - KR Smuts: 50 runs off 100 balls in 132 mins (5x4, 1x6)
  • Eastern Province 2nd Innings - 5th wicket partnership 50 runs from 116 balls in 62 mins (KR Smuts 22, RR Jeggels 28, Extras 0, 6x4, 0x6)
  • Eastern Province 2nd Innings - RR Jeggels: 50 runs off 91 balls in 113 mins (5x4, 1x6)
  • Eastern Province 2nd Innings - 200 runs in 52.5 overs (226 mins, 320 balls, 20x4,3x6)
  • Eastern Province 2nd Innings - 5th wicket partnership 100 runs from 177 balls in 113 mins (KR Smuts 50, RR Jeggels 53, Extras 2, 10x4, 2x6)
  • Eastern Province 2nd Innings - KR Smuts: 100 runs off 140 balls in 186 mins (10x4, 3x6)
  • Namibia 2nd Innings - 50 runs in 22.1 overs (110 mins, 135 balls, 6x4,0x6)
  • Eastern Province win by 221 runs
  • Points: Eastern Province 18,28 (4.28 bat, 4 bowl, 10 match) - Namibia 7.18 (3.18bat, 4 bowl)
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