Paterson bowled superbly in the penultimate over to remove Theunis de Bruyn and leaked a mere eight runs.
Williams conceded a six off the first ball of the final over, but then changed his line as the Titans ran out of steam and only managed 193 for four in their pursuit of 207 for five.
Williams said when he bowled the final over, he conceded a six early on, and then decided to change his game-plan. “I thought I would bowl so that they can drive me through the off-side.”
The 21-year old Williams had torn ligaments in his ankle which side-lined him for more than three months and he admitted he was low on confidence upon his return.
“Charl Langeveldt helped me a lot in planning the bowling in the death overs,” he added.
When Williams is at the peak of his powers, he can bowl at express pace. During the Junior World Cup in Australasia in 2012, the then SA u.19-bowler once delivered a ball at 143 kilometres per hour.
“This performance will give me a lot of confidence,” he added.
Paterson said keeping it simple and having a plan were the two things he told himself before the penultimate over.
“When I bowled the first delivery and it went to the third-man boundary, Justin Ontong told me he (De Bruyn) likes width. So I tried to tuck him up, and he miscued the next ball over extra cover (it was brilliantly caught by GF Linde),” he said.
Paterson is only 25-years of age, but has plied his trade for the Sunfoil Dolphins and for the Cobras already.
A personal highlight for him was his superb five for 101 in 28 overs for the Cobras against the Chevrolet Warriors in a drawn, high-scoring match in 2013/2014.
“It was a great effort because it was on a flat pitch,” he added.