Hendricks to continue good form
Cape Cobras bowler Beuran Hendricks will look continue his fine form against the Sunfoil Dolphins in Paarl.
CAPE TOWN - Nashua Mobile Cape Cobras seamer Beuren Hendricks is eager to continue his form in domestic T20 competition when the Cobras take on the Sunfoil Dolphins in Paarl today.
Hendricks is the top wicket taker in the Ram SlamT20 Challenge this season with 19 wickets in seven games.
With the Cobras on top of the log, coach Paul Adams has opted to rest batsman JP Duminy, while Proteas skipper Graeme Smith makes a return for the match.
Hendricks, who's played in all seven Cobras games, says he is enjoying his cricket at the moment.
"I'm going to do the same things I do preparing for every game. Now is not the time to rest, it's time to win for the team and put in a performance again. Leading up to the game I'll do my drills to make sure I'm ready for the game."
In what has already been a memorable season for the left arm seamer, Hendricks says he's not concerned about breaking any records.
Bizhub Highveld Lions bowler Chris Morris holds the record for the most wickets in a local domestic T20 tournament, when he took 21 wickets in the 2011/2012 season.
Hendricks is only two wickets away from equaling that record, but says he's focused on securing team success ahead of personal accolades.
"I'm definitely focused on the team. Records will come on their own if the team does well. I want to do well for the team, and whatever happens after that is a bonus."