South Africa Domestic: CSA Provincial Three-Day Challenge, Boland v KwaZulu-Natal Inland – 2nd Day’s Update

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Boland 153 & 251/4 (87.0 ov) v KwaZulu-Natal Inland 165 - Boland lead by 239 runs with 6 wickets remaining
On the second day of the ongoing three-day match between Boland and KwaZulu-Natal Inland, the hosts have taken a lead of 239 runs with 6 wickets remaining at Boland Park, Paarl.
On Friday, December 16, 2011 KwaZulu-Natal Inland resumed their first innings on the second day of play after ending the first day on 126 runs for the loss of five wickets.
Inland needed to bat their wits out in order to counter the Boland bowling, which not just bagged five wickets on the first day, but also restricted them from posting a huge tally on the board.
However, much to the disappointment of their fans, opener Chad Barron fell early without playing a huge innings as he could only score 31 runs.
Brady Barends, was the next man in, who found his way back to the pavilion after scoring only a run.
Meanwhile, left-hand middle-order batsman,
The batsman played a huge role in helping his side post 165 runs on the board, at the end of their innings.
From Boland, right-arm-fast-medium pacer, grabbed five wickets as he incinerated inland’s lower batting-order.
Coming out to bat in their second innings, Boland lost their first wicket with only 25 runs on the board, when opener,, was dismissed after scoring 11 runs.
With 53 runs on the board, they lost their second wicket as opener,, walked back to the pavilion after hammering 22 runs.
After the demise of the openers, middle-order batsmen and Uwe Birkenstock gave their opposition a run for their money by smacking the bowlers without remorse as the duo posted 46 runs in the third-wicket partnership.
Later, Birkenstock crafted a stupendous knock of 136 runs with The batsmen ended the day by posting 251 runs on the board.
Birkenstock is still standing after playing an exuberant knock of 91 runs, while Botha is unbeaten on 60 runs. 



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