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Aiden Markrams second successive hundred and legspinner Shaun von Bergs ten-wicket match-haul lifted the Titans to first place in the Sunfoil Series, as they defeated the Cape Cobras by an innings and 50 runs at Newlands in Cape Town.Cobras were reduced to 74 for 4 in the first innings after Titans captain Henry Davids put them in. Stiaan van Zyl (65), who was dropped from the South Africa Test squad for the tour of Australia, stitched together a 92-run partnership with Justin Ontong (45) to stabilise the innings. However, they lost 3 for 8 in a span of 8.1 overs, to be reduced to 174 for 7. The tail then managed to drag the score to 235, before von Berg took his fifth wicket to bowl them out.Markram lost his opening partner Heino Kuhn with only 33 on the board, but put on 122 for the second wicket with Grant Mokoena (59) and 75 for the fourth with Farhaan Behardien (79) as he secured the lead for his team, before falling for 139. Qaasim Adams 58-run partnership for the seventh wicket with David Wiese (31) took the Titans to 393 for 7 before a collapse resulted in them folding for 400. Dane Piedt and Rory Kleinveldt took three wickets each for the Cobras.In the second innings, only four Cobras batsmen managed to get into double figures. Van Zyl (32*) and Ontong (20) once again briefly rescued the innings with a 42-run sixth-wicket stand after coming together at 44 for 5. Von Berg, who had Ontong caught by Wiese for the second time in the match, completed his five-wicket haul shortly after. Henry Davids took the last two wickets as Cobras slumped to their third loss this season.A day-four fourth innings collapse of the Warriors, fashioned by pacer Hardus Viljoen, handed the Lions a 148-run victory in Johannesburg. Needing 288 to win on the final day, the Warriors were reduced from 34 for 0 to 34 for 3 in 11 balls.The Lions elected to bat, and Nicky van den Berghs 99 and Dwaine Pretorius 97 took them to 308; the pair added 180 in partnership, the only significant stand in the innings - no other partnerships touched 40 runs. Andrew Birch and Sisanda Magala shared seven wickets between them for the Warriors.In reply, the Warriors were wobbling at 24 for 2 with both their openers dismissed early before Lesiba Ngoepe put on 95 runs - the third batsman to be dismissed in the 90s in the game - in partnership with the middle-order to take his side closer to the Lions first innings score, before Pretorius rattled them further in returning 6 for 81. Birch, who came in to bat at No. 9, contributed 82 crucial runs to take his side from 201 for 7 to 356, a 48-run lead.A 98-run opening partnership for the Lions scratched out any advantage the Warriors had; openers Reeza Hendricks and Rassie van der Dussen scored 48 and 51 respectively. At one-down, Dominic Hendricks scored his second fifty in as many games; his 61 along with Yaseen Vallis 40 led the Lions to 335, before they declared early on day four.So the Warriors were chasing 288 and ran into Viljoen, who picked up three of the top-four batsmen in the side before coming back to polish off the innings. The Warriors captain Simon Harmer - who already had a match haul of six - top scored with 42 from No. 8 as the team slid to 139 all out.Robin Peterson starred with six wickets for the Knights, while Imran Tahir and Senuran Muthusamy took four each for the Dolphins, in a draw in Durban. The match had only 188.2 overs being bowled due to inclement weather, with day two completely washed out.The Knights put the Dolphins in to bat, and they started well, with openers Sarel Erwee and Imraan Khan putting on a 123-run stand. The duo scored 58 and 59 respectively, but with no one else scoring a half-century, the team was eventually dismissed for 311. Peterson took his first two wickets off consecutive deliveries before finishing with 6 for 83 off 21 overs.In response, the Knights lost both their openers on 36 in consecutive overs. But a 107-run partnership between South Africa international David Miller (60) and wicketkeeper Rudi Second took the team past 150. With no other batsman crossing 20, though, Tahir and Muthusamy enjoyed a lot of success as the Knights were all out for 221.The Dolphins came out to bat once again and they blocked their way to 12 runs off the nine overs they faced in the second innings. Clearance Stan Smith Schweiz . 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A midweek double has given Tulloch Lodge the perfect entree to Villiers Stakes day where it is set to produce well-supported favourite Fabrizio in the feature race.The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained Fabrizio is at $3.20 for Sydneys summer showpiece, the Group Two Villiers (1600m) at Randwick on Saturday.At Warwick Farm on Wednesday, three-year-old filly My True Love was the second leg of a double for Waterhouse and Bott after two-year-old Debonairly won the opening race.Josh Parr took My True Love, the $3.20 favourite, to the front from a wide gate and she kicked home strongly to win a benchmark handicap for three-year-old fillies over 1300m.The Peter Robl-trained Sugarparma ($13) was game in defeat while Bold Carlota ($7) filled the minor placing.The win was atonement for Parr who rode My True Love first-up at Warwick Farm where she ran third on November 26.I wasnt too pleased with how I rode this filly first-up in a race so Im glad that Ive been able to get back on her today and win for the connections, Parr said.I think if she keeps improving like this theres nice things in store for her.Parr picked up a brace, riding Anisha to victory in the final race for trainer Mark Newnham.The double took Parr past 50 winners this season and into second place on the NSW riders premiership, two behind Brenton Avdulla who moved to 53 after winning at Warwick Farm on the Joe Pride-trained Krusty.ddddddddddddPride said he had earmarked Krustys potential as a two-year-old but bad luck held him back in his first preparation.The three-year-old gelding had form behind stakes winners Mortons Fork and Guard Of Honour at two and showed improvement to win the 1400m maiden.Hes not there in the coat and hes not there physically but good horses find ways to win and thats what he did today, Pride said.Gothenburg ($17) and Gracious Grey ($16) filled the placings.Trainer Con Karakatsanis has stakes race in mind for Magicaz after she scored an impressive first-up victory in a 1000m benchmark handicap.Karakatsanis is training on a stay of proceedings while he waits for an appeal into a four-month disqualification for a handful of horses in his stable being trained by an owner.Magicaz got home at $17, beating the $2.80 favourite Star Crossed and Remunerator ($14).Shes got class written all over her, Karakatsanis said. 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