Questions were not in short supply at the press conference ahead of the last match of West Indies’ tour to SA today, a one-day international at Centurion. However, straight answers were not as easily had.
Buffalo Park produced the goods with a fantastic showing when the Proteas thumped the West Indies to seal the ODI series at the ground on Wednesday evening.
A fantastic Proteas bowling effort blew the West Indies off Buffalo Park before the South Africans wrapped up the five-match one-day series in style with a crushing nine-wicket victory last night.
The dominant Proteas will look to wrap up the One Day International series against the West Indies when the two sides clash in the third match at Buffalo Park today.
The T20 series was as one-sided as the test series. So South Africans will hope to see a contest when Proteas and West Indies clash in the one-day series starting at Kingsmead today.
If you were wondering how seriously South Africa and West Indies would take the third Twenty20 at Kingsmead today, here’s your answer: not very.
Michael Price fell just short of his 10th first class century as the Chevrolet Warriors enjoyed a dominant day with the bat against the Sunfoil Dolphins on day one of their Sunfoil Series clash at Buffalo Park yesterday.
A confident Chevrolet Warriors team will look to break their winless duck in the Sunfoil series when they take on a strong Sunfoil Dolphins side in their four-day match at Buffalo Park from today.