Cape Cobras' stunning second-half-of-the-season surge continued as they beat log-leaders Knights in Paarl to lie in second-place with one round to play. Cobras were last on the points table at the halfway stage, with little over half the points of their nearest rival, but have reeled off three wins in a row under new coach Ashwell Prince and new captain Dane Piedt, and are now serious title-contenders.
Knights' joy was shortlived, though. They finished the first day on 137 for 6 with wickets shared among four of Cobras' frontlines including franchise debutant Kyle Simmonds. Things did not get easier for Knights on the second morning - they lost their last four wickets for 16 runs and were bundled out for 153, giving Cobras a one-run lead Cheap Cartons Of Cigarettes.
Play was briefly interrupted by smoke from a nearby bush fire which allowed Cobras to compose themselves after they slipped to 22 for 2 in their second innings and they went on post the highest total of the match Cigarettes Online Free Shipping. Kolpak signings Stiaan van Zyl and Dane Vilas made 106 and 62 respectively and contributions in the 40s from Ontong and Jason Smith pushed their total over 300.