Dolphins 367 for 0 (Van Wyk 175*, Delport 169*) beat Knights 342 for 7 (Hendricks 181, Second 107, Engelbrecht 3-46, Frylinck 3-62) by 25 runs
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Morne van Wyk and Cameron Delport shattered a 15-year old record with a 367-run opening partnership to lead Dolphins to victory over Knights.

The stand was the highest for any wicket in List A cricket, and beat the previous mark of 331 set by Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid for India against New Zealand in Hyderabad in 1999.

Van Wyk made an unbeaten 175 off 171 deliveries while Delport scored an unbeaten 169 off 130. Van Wyk hit 15 fours and five sixes while Delport cracked 12 fours and six sixes.

Knights responded with a 275-run stand for the second wicket between Reeza Hendricks and Rudi Second. Hendricks surged to 181 off 135 with 16 fours and three sixes while Second made 107 off 124.

Knights were 289 for 1 in the 44th over, needing another 79 off 40 when Second was dismissed by Robbie Frylinck. Three balls later, Frylinck removed Hendricks, and also sent back Dillon du Preez in his next over.

Knights' chase lost steam after that and they ended on 342 for 7 as Rabian Engelbrecht also finished with three wickets. The 23 extras, including 12 wides, that Knights conceded also cost them, as Dolphins gave away only five.

Cape Cobras 278 for 7 (Puttick 101, Levi 75) beat Warriors 206 (Ingram 101, Peterson 5-25) by 72 runs
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Andrew Puttick and Richard Levi didn't break records but their 140-run opening partnership set up a 72-run win for Cape Cobras over Warriors. Cobras posted 278 for 7 and Robin Peterson's 5 for 25 meant Warriors crumbled for 206 in the chase. Puttick made 101 off 125 while Levi scored 75 off 93. There weren't any major contributions after that, but that didn't prevent Cobras from setting a challenging target, despite Andrew Birch taking 3 for 48.

Colin Ingram led the chase with 101 off 104 but the next-highest score for Warriors was Michael Price's 32. Peterson ripped through the top and middle orders, taking four of the first five wickets and finishing off with the scalp of Ingram, who was the ninth man out. It was Peterson's fifth five-wicket haul in 209 List A matches.

Lions 260 for 8 (Petersen 76, Cook 55, de Lange 4-57) beat Titans 222 (Wiese 77, Tsotsobe 3-29) by 38 runs
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Lions weren't to be left behind on a day of big opening partnerships, as Stephen Cook and Alviro Petersen's 106-run association helped the side to a 38-run win over Titans. Cook scored 55 and Petersen made 76 after which Neil McKenzie (36) and Jean Symes (41) pushed Lions past 250. Marchant de Lange struck thrice at the death to end with 4 for 57.

Lonwabo Tsotsobe took out the Titans openers cheaply, and the chase never took off after that. Tsotsobe picked up 3 for 29 with two maidens in his nine overs as Titans were bowled out in the 46th over. Tsotsobe is the leading wicket-taker in the tournament so far with nine victims from three games at an average of 8.22 and an economy-rate of 3.70.

Eddie Leie also chipped in with three wickets while Kagiso Rabada and Dwaine Pretorius claimed two each. David Wiese fought with 77 but he had little support.