Recent Match Report – Australian Institute of Sports vs South Africa Emerging Players, Emerging Players Tournament, Twenty20 Match

South Africa Emerging Players 4 for 133 (Davids 73, Elgar 43) beat Australian Institute of Sports 6 for 132 (Cooper 40, Richardson 37, Tshabalala 2-31, Walters 2-33) by six wickets
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After winning five one-day games on the trot, South Africa Emerging Players continued their domination in the Twenty20 format as well, making light work of the Australian Institute of Sports (AIS) at the Albury Oval. They restricted the hosts to 132, and then rode on a superb batting display by Henry Davids to win with nine balls to spare.

The AIS innings never took off after they opted to bat, as Thandi Tshabalala and Basheeru-Deen Walters dealt important blows at the top of the order. A 46-run partnership between Tom Cooper and Kane Richardson for the fifth wicket helped AIS save face. Cooper was in control during his 30-ball stay, hitting four fours and two sixes, and when he fell with the score…

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