Coastal T20 league into semi-final round

Crunch time

14 October 2021 | Sports

Ruan Oosthuizen; Pro Ed; “We worked hard to get here and it's going to take more hard work to get through the weekend.”

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The Coastal T20 Cricket League soon concludes, with semi-final matches scheduled for Saturday (16 October) at 11:00. The final takes place on Sunday, at 11:00 at a still to be announced venue.
With the conclusion of the league, the T10 league starts, followed by the 40 overs format league.

Pro Ed Old Boys CC I take on Sparta CC I at the Pro-Ed Academy fields in Swakopmund, while reigning champions Blue Waters CC I battle Pro Ed Old Boys CC II at the cricket oval in Walvis Bay, for a spot in the finals.

Confident

Ruan Oosthuizen (Pro Ed Old Boys CC) said that his teams are expecting tough matches this weekend.

“We worked hard to get to where we are and it's going to take more hard work to get through the weekend. We expect good matches and that everyone will give their all to win.”

Oosthuizen believes that if the teams continue to play the cricket they have been playing for the past weeks, they stand a good chance of going on to win the T20 Coastal Cricket League.

“With the support of our sponsor, Swakop Electrical Supplies, and the Swakopmund community, we will all give our best and try with all our might to clinch victory.”

Standings

Pro Ed Old Boys CC I is placed at the top of the log, with 12 points having won all their games. Defending champions Blue Waters I follow in second position with 10 points. Pro Ed Old Boys CC II and Sparta CC I both have six points. Sparta CC II (4*), JCCA (2) and Blue Waters II (0) occupy the three last spots on the log.

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