Day Three was hit by plenty of wet weather with most of the six matches decided on the Duckworth/Lewis (D/L) Method.
Felani, who took 5/33 against Border the previous day, matched those figures to bowl Gauteng out for 137.
That was in reply to the Benoni-based side’s 148 all out, built around 63 from Sihle Dlamini, which enabled his side to win by seven runs on D/L at the Mamelodi Oval.
Mothloaring and Melesi, meanwhile had taken NC to 92 for none in pursuit of 174 when rain intervened to hand them a 10-wicket D/L win over WP on the Tuks D Field.
Joshua Chippendale hit 58 in a losing cause for Province.
Elsewhere, Northerns overcame Mpumalanga by 82 runs thanks to Sipho Moila (52), Athenkosi Mbane (4/20) and Unathi Tshikita (3/16).
The host union defending their 151 all out by bundling out the opposition for a meagre 69 at the Mandela Oval.
At Assupol Tuks Oval, Thulani Chilliza (52) followed his day two century with a crucial half-century as KwaZulu-Natal ousted Boland by seven wickets on D/L.
Prealin Naidu, another shining star of the week, top-scored with an unbeaten 65 after Siyabonga Biyela’s 4/23 helped bowl out their cape opponents for 233.
The KZN side were up to 174 for three when rain intervened.
In other action, South Western Districts hammered Border by 166 runs at the Tuks C Field where Tyrese Karelse top-scored with 55 in a total of 219/9.
Ayabonga Ngondo then recorded magical figures of 4/5 in two overs and was supported brilliantly by Rhode Reagan (3/11) to help skittle out the Eastern Cape side for 53.
Finally, Ntsikelelo Mngese took 4/18 to lead Free State to a four-wicket D/L win over Eastern Province at Tuks B Field, where the latter were first bowled out for 126.
FS then reached 117/6 thanks to Setlai Bokang (36) when rain ended the game early.
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