Momentum One Day Cup: Chevrolet Warriors vs Sunfoil Dolphins this Friday
St George’s Park will play host to the Chevrolet Warriors and Sunfoil Dolphins when the Momentum One Day Cup resumes after a three month break on Friday 30 January. The Warriors who started 2015 with two great match winning performances in the Sunfoil Four Day Series, will be eager to get a good start to the final Momentum One Day Cup matches.
There are still five games to be played in the series with this one in Port Elizabeth on Friday the last Momentum One Day Cup match at St George’s for this season.
Tickets for the match are on sale and we urge fans to come out and support the team. Ticket prices are as follows: Unreserved Adult R40, Scholars / pensioners R20 and a special student ticket (when producing a student card) of R30. Gates open at 14:00 and the match gets underway at 15:00.
A fourteen man squad has been announced and is as follows:
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