Disappointing end to season

Florida Cricket's second team ended the season on a low note.

It was an unsatisfying end to the season for the Florida Cricket Club as the second team’s Sunday League season penultimate match against Caxton Khosa Cricket Club was called off.

The second team’s season finale was also cut short as they drew against Freeway Zulfikaars Cricket Club to end off their season. Florida won the toss and put their opponents in to bat first. But they soon rued their decision as their opponents registered a total of 315 runs, all out, in 50 overs.

Florida did not do themselves justice as their bowlers produced 39 wides. Katlego Guest had the best bowling figures of three wickets at a cost of 54 runs off six overs. Roeshen Sage, Akhil Araf and Zaid Essop assisted by taking one wicket each. In response, Florida’s CJ King and Sage opened the batting for their team. In 15 overs, the duo had 85 runs with King reaching 13 runs and Sage leading the charge at 65 runs before play was stopped. The league will now kick off later this year and Florida will be hoping for better luck and to win the league.

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