South Africa win Hong Kong Sixes
Last Updated: October 28, 2012 12:27pm
South Africa won the Hong Kong Sixes by beating defending champions Pakistan in the final.
Josh Cobb's England meanwhile lost to Holland in the semi-finals of the plate by 14 runs, ending a disappointing tournament in which they also lost to the Proteas and Hong Kong.
Cobb and Lancashire's Tom Smith posted unbeaten scores of 33 and 28 respectively, each from 13 deliveries, but England's 86-1 was well short of Holland's 100-2.
Worcestershire batsman Alexei Kervezee and Mudhassar Bukhari took just 17 balls between them in walloping 31 apiece.
In the tournament showpiece South Africa's top four batsmen all smashed 30 apiece as the racked up an incredible 142-2 in their five eight-ball overs with Umar Akmal and Yasir Shah both clubbed for 39 in their solitary overs.
South Africa skipper Colin Ingram was man-of-the-match - he smashed 34 runs off six balls (five sixes and a four) and took 3-28 off his over.
Umar and brother Kamran struck 37 and 51 in reply, but Pakistan were bowled out for 105.