Ramslam T20 Blasts Into Action
The RamSlam T20 competition gets underway in explosive fashion this season when all the franchise teams head to Johannesburg this weekend for the first of 3 triple header fixtures.
The Chevrolet Warriors will play the Chevrolet Knights in the first match of the day on Sunday at 10:00am.
The Chevrolet Warriors have a good record in this format of the game and are looking to make a positive start to the RamSlam T20 campaign. The team will travel from Johannesburg to Durban for their match against the Dolphins on Wednesday next week (5 November) and then on to East London for the first of their home RamSlam T20 matches against the Lions on Friday 7 November.
The squad selected for the next three matches is as follows:
- Colin Ackermann
- Ryan Bailey
- Andrew Birch
- Aya Gqamane
- Simon Harmer
- Colin Ingram (Capt)
- Christiaan Jonker
- Craig Kieswetter
- Sisanda Magala
- Lundi Mbane
- Somila Seyibokwe
- Jon-Jon Smuts
- Rusty Theron
- Basheer Walters
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