Get the lowdown on Sunrisers’ ‘weird’ record-breaking game

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“A weird game” is how batter Tristan Stubbs describes the Sunrisers Eastern Cape’s convincing nine-wicket win in their Betway SA20 clash against the Pretoria Capitals in Gqeberha on Monday.

The Sunrisers dismissed the visiting side for a tournament record low of 52 runs in front of a raucous St George’s Park crowd.

In Behind The Herald Headlines with Daron Mann this week, we catch up with Stubbs and fielding coach Ryan Cook before their next clash against the Capitals on Thursday.
24 Jan English South Africa News · Society & Culture

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