CHEVROLET Warriors captain Colin Ingram says the team will pick itself up, dust itself off and come back fighting against the Lions in East London on Thursday.
Beaten by 10 wickets inside three days by the Titans in their Sunfoil Series match at the weekend, the Warriors realised they were off the pace despite a second innings, unbeaten century from Ingram.
The lefthander shared in a 102-run last-wicket partnership with Basheer Walters, who made a career-best 55.
While the Warriors avoided an innings defeat by hitting 300 in their second innings, the Titans required only a solitary run for victory.
“We are not out of it at all. Everyone’s on an even keel,” Ingram said. “There are about four teams who are right up there. There is still a lot to play for and we’ve been playing good cricket.
“Obviously, we hit a bit of a speed bump this week,” Ingram said.
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