The bottom field at Rand Park had a very small square leg boundary. The spectators felt they were fielding just outside of the inner circle. The strip had plenty of patches, spots and grass. This would make for an interesting batting surface.
The Rand Park Captain knew this and that's why he chose to bat first when he won the toss.
The Parktown bowling attack handed the RPH batsmen some gifts with over 35 wides and some juicy lengths for them to get to a 167 total. The fact that their top batsman was dropped 3 times in the field, didn't help Parktown restrict the hosts.
Going into bat, chasing over 150 runs in a T20 is a tall order. So what did the Rand Park bowlers have in their arsenal?