Janneman Malan was one of the greatest achievers amongst the 12 World Sports Betting Cape Cobras participating in the Mzansi Super League during the past, first full week of the international T20 competition.

Malan produced a sterling 57 off 41 balls with 10 fours and a six in the win of the Cape Town Blitz against the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants on Wednesday at PPC Newlands by 14 runs according to the D/L-method of recalculation.

Malan dominated a 40-run partnership for the opening wicket with the experienced Protea, Quinton de Kock, who was dismissed for 6.

Linde slammed 12 off four balls with a six and a four to secure 175 for six.

Ferisco Adams was economy-personified by conceding 13 runs in three overs.

On Saturday 24th November Malan hammered 66 off 43 balls with four fours and four sixes in the 198 for five posted by the Cape Town Blitz. Malan and De Kock added 99 runs for the first wicket.

The Jozi Stars were restricted to 136 in reply. Linde, left-arm spinner of the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras, nipped out 3-25 to help seal the fate of the Jozi Stars, as the Blitz won by 62 runs. De Kock blasted 74 and was the player of the match.

On Sunday 25th November at a Western Cape derby in Paarl, the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras batsman, Malan struck 29 off 31 balls as the visiting Cape Blitz limped to 140.

The World Sports Betting Cape Cobras fast bowler Dane Paterson managed 3-23 in four overs for the victorious Paarl Rocks and was chief of the supporting cast for Bjorn Fortuin.

Hashim Amla, the international star who represents the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras, assembled 24 runs in a low-scoring match for the Durban Heat, while Rory Kleinveldt boasted figures of 0-17 in three relatively miserly overs for the Tshwane Spartans. The Heat won by 10 runs according to the D/L method on Wednesday 21st November.

Vernon Philander, the all-rounder of the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras and the Durban Heat, was a star for the Heat on Friday 23rd November in a low-scoring affair which was dominated by the Nelson Mandela Bay Giants. He struck 26 off 22 balls and later nipped out 1-17 in three overs, but the Giants romped to a nine-wicket victory.