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Narine settling into life at the Cobras

West Indian spinner Sunil Narine says coming into a winning Cobras team made his transition easier.

Sunil Narine during the Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras media open day at Sahara Park Newlands on January 21, 2014 in Cape Town, South Africa. Picture: Facebook
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CAPE TOWN - Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras spinner Sunil Narine says the fact the team is winning has made his transition easier.

Narine, who joined the RAM SLAM T20 leaders last week after being on International duty with the West Indies, says he is fitting in well.

“It made it a lot easier to come in after the team won four out of the first five games, and winning the next two while I was here playing. And now we have four more games to go.”

The Cobras host the Titans at Newlands tomorrow and Narine says he knows a fair bit about the Pretoria side.

“I played against the Titans recently in the Champions League, so I’ll be seeing some similar faces. Hopefully I can continue the success I’m having and bring something to the Cobras.”

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