Dewald Brevis. (Photo by Ashley Allen/ICC via Getty Images)
Dewald Brevis scored an impressive 104 balls from 110 as South Africa beat Uganda by 121 runs at the U19 Cricket World Cup on Tuesday.
After winning the toss and deciding to bat first at Port of Spain’s Queen’s Park Oval, the Junior Proteas went 231-9 of their allotted 50 overs before sacking Uganda with 110 in 33.4 overs.
Other notable contributors with the bat included SA captain George van Heerden (36 balls off 45) and wicketkeeper Kaden Solomons (27 balls off 46).
The Ugandans never looked up to the task of hunting as they lost ports on a regular basis.
Isaac Ategeka (29 of 72) was the only batsman to put up some resistance.
South Africa’s bowlers have all chipped wickets, with Brevis (2 for 18 in 5.4 overs), left arm opener Aphiwe Mnyanda (2 for 24 from 5) and Liam Alder (2 for 13 from 10) being the standouts.
South Africa, who lost their opening game by 45 runs to India at the weekend and end their Group B season against Ireland in Tarouba, Trinidad and Tobago on Friday.
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