Hollywoodbets Dolphins Beat The Lions

CSA One Day Women’s Cup

It was a weekend to remember for the Hollywoodbets Dolphins as their women’s side won the CSA One Day Women’s Cup on Saturday and the men’s side solidified their spot in the top four of the CSA T20 Challenge log with a dominant win over WSB Western Province on Sunday.

Hollywoodbets Dolphins Women’s Side (Pic – Supplied)

On Saturday, the Dolphins women’s side were in fine form as they beat the Lions by 25 runs to lift the trophy. It was a game where the Dolphins had to avoid a heavy defeat and they went on to close out the competition with a dominant win.

Opener Alexander Candler top scored for the Dolphins with 89 off 142 balls as the Dolphins made 200 for seven from their 50 overs.

In reply the Lions were restricted to 175 all out as Jade de Figueredo and Kiara Fisher picked up 3/17 and 3/34 respectively to help their side to an important win.

The win sees the Dolphins Ladies claim their first domestic trophy.

On Sunday the men’s side were in action against Western Province and continued that winning momentum with a significant eight wicket win at Newlands in Cape Town.

The Dolphins had to be patient with the ball and only got their first wicket with Province on 45.

It was from there that the Dolphins dominated picking up ten wickets for the addition of just 51 runs as Prenelan Subrayen and Andile Simelane did the damage with the ball.

The pair both took three wickets, Subrayen finished with 3/18 while Simelane bagged 3/12.

Jon-Jon Smuts picked up two wickets and there was a wicket each for Eathan Bosch and Daryn Dupavillon.

For Western Province, Tony de Zorzi top scored with 22 off 15 balls as he was one of three players to make it into double figures.

In reply the Dolphins need just eleven overs to win the match with eight wickets in hand.

Khaya Zondo finished as the top scorer with 35 off 23 balls while Grant Roelofsen made 21.

Smuts and Marques Ackerman would finish the game off with 16 and 17 not out respectively.

The win sees the Dolphins solidify their spot in the top four with just two matches left in the Dolphins campaign.

Their next assignment for the Dolphins is a meeting with the AET Tuskers on Friday, 19 April.

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