Gallery: First XI vs UWC at Plumstead, 15 Feb 2020

Sent into bat, William Hantam bided his time in initially tough conditions before opening up to reach a second consecutive fifty.
Mathew Goles enjoyed a return to form, producing a solid 40-over innings that held Cape Town’s innings together.
Fairly early on in his innings of 68, Mathew Goles reached the milestone of 2 500 career runs for the Cape Town First XI.
William Hantam stuck a six and nine fours in his 53 for Cape Town.
Clinton Botha built on the foundation provided, wading into the bowling to strike a six and four fours in his 37 from 50 balls.
Mathew Goles is congratulated on reaching a hard-earned 50 by his batting partner.
Adam Rouse produced a little cameo of devastating hitting, striking 21 from his first ten balls faced.
Kyle Pluke was UWC’s best bowler, taking two wickets and conceding just 14 from his first six overs.
Opening bat Quintin Dreyer was the only UWC batsman on the day able to dominate the bowling, cracking 35 of his side’s first 46 runs.
Nicholas Scott put the match to bed for Cape Town with a superb spell in the middle overs, his figures at one point reading 9-5-4-3 en route to a four-for.
James Crowson held his 19th catch in the field this season, to set a new individual fielding record for the Cape Town First XI.
Cape Town skipper Geoff Dods wrapped up the UWC tail with four wickets inside five overs, sealing a comprehensive win for his side.
It’s all over as Cape Town complete a 113-run win, maintaining their standing at the top of the Premier League points table.


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