“The application that the batsmen have shown and the fact that the team members are playing for one another have been at the heart of our revival.
“Another factor is that our batsmen and bowlers have adapted well to circumstances and have played situations brilliantly.
“Mikey Cohen has come a long way the past two years and he has improved to such an extent that I am almost afraid that he will be pushed too early.
“In the match against South Western District he bowled at pace, swung it away from the right hander and also bowled the bouncer very well.
“The thing about Mikey is what he offers you. You ask 100% but he will give you 170%.
Cohen also did not over analyse things in his 5-40 in the first innings and 4-30 in the second innings.
The 19-year-old spearhead is a real speedster and in his second game for the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras he nabbed out 5-107 at PPC Newlands.
The 9-70 might leave the selectors with a quandary, as the World Sports Betting Cape Cobras will play the bizhub Highveld Lions at Senwes Park in Potchefstroom on Thursday in the final match of the Sunfoil Series with the title still not decided.