South Australia Score Fourth Straight Win
South Australia 191-6 (Ferguson 55, Borgas 48) beat
Guyana 176-7 (Sarwan 70, Harris 3-33) by 15 runs
Champions League Group B, Johannesburg
South Australia maintained their dominant form in the Champions League, making it four wins out of four with a 15-run victory over Guyana in their final group game in Johannesburg.
Batting first, the Redbacks posted 191 for six before Guyana, despite 70 from captain Ramnaresh Sarwan, were held to 176 for seven in reply.
Callum Ferguson hit 55 in 37 balls with four fours and two sixes to top score for South Australia while Cameron Borgas' 48 came from 36 deliveries as Paul Wintz and Devendra Bishoo took two wickets apiece.
Richard Ramdeen then led Guyana's reply with 35 before Sarwan scored his runs from 46 balls, hitting eight fours and two sixes but despite his efforts, and 32 in 19 balls from Steven Jacobs, Guyana closed short.
Daniel Harris returned three for 33 while Daniel Christian continued his good tournament with two for 20.
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