“I think I am second from the top of the list of leading wicket-takers with only Ruben Claassen (off-spinner of Northerns) having nipped out more.
“The out-swinger with the new ball has really worked and I have also performed admirably at the back-end of the innings,” Moreki said.
“One of the main things I have learned is to use the variations of Yorkers and slower balls in the death overs, thanks to Charl Langeveldt,” he added.
“In the seven weeks I have been at the Academy, I have focused on increasing my pace and also developing upper body strength.
“One of my aims would be to improve my consistency with my stock delivery (swinging it away from the right-hander) but also to stake an early claim to be part of the starting team of the Cape Cobras next season,” Moreki added.
The National Academy forms part of the high performance program with a focus on enhancing the pipeline of able and prepared young cricketers to feed the franchises.
Moreki said apart from the wickets-column, the undoubted highlight of the past seven weeks was the “high intensity training at a fantastic facility”.
The National Academy team will embark on a tour of Sri Lanka on 27th July and Moreki added this is an opportunity of a lifetime to improve his consistency even more.
The young fast bowler has captured 48 wickets in 23 first-class games, and represented the Dolphins in the Sunfoil Series in the 2014/2015-season.