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Giants looking for measured approach against Spartans

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Giants looking for measured approach against Spartans - Sports Leo

A measured approach will serve his side well according to Nelson Mandela Bay Giants coach Eric Simons as they face the Tshwane Spartans in their Mzansi Super League play-off match in Port Elizabeth on Friday.

The Giants missed out on a home final when they lost to the Paarl Rocks over the weekend.

“As a sportsman, it is only natural to look back at what you could have done differently or could have done better,” said Simons.

“We missed a trick on Sunday, I think we should have and could have beaten them but that’s the way it goes and now we will just have to do it the hard way.

“Looking ahead to Friday’s game, the Tshwane Spartans are a strong side. But it is just important that we do the basics right. I think that’s what we did wrong on Sunday, we didn’t get our basics right, we didn’t stay calm under pressure, bat or ball.

“We did that well against the Spartans last time. They got off to a good start, but we pulled them back with some really good bowling and we chased a big score by staying calm and sticking to the plan.”

Australia batsman and wicket-keeper, Ben Dunk, said he was pleased to have played a big role in the Giants’ progression to the play-offs.

“As a foreign player you’re always trying to do your best and have a positive influence over the entire team, regardless of how experienced the guys are,” said Dunk.

“I have played a lot of cricket but I still feel like I am learning and I have really enjoyed my time here.”

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