Hendricks took the win in two hours and 19 seconds, while Davids and Smit took second and third respectively.
“Today was a good race for the team,” said Hendricks, who is fresh from his success at the recent Tour of Eritrea where he placed fifth overall.
“I was in quite good condition coming here. I knew that I was on a decent level after racing in Eritrea,” said the 25-year-old. “I was just not too sure how I would feel on the day.”
RoadCover came in to the 105km race with a plan.
They went hard from the bottom of the 12km climb before Pinetown and assessed the situation at the top.
“Myself, Brendon and Willie attacked at the bottom and got a gap,” said Hendricks.
“Dylan Girdlestone came with us and eventually Nolan Hoffman also went across. We were five guys in total and had a lead of about 50 seconds on the peloton.”
Hendricks said they started attacking Girdlestone and Hoffman with 35km to go.
“We managed to get a gap and then team time-trialed back home.”
He said the team were very happy and that the guys rode well.
“The whole team is in good spirits and the RoadCover boys are incredible. It is our second clean sweep of the year and we are all in a good space.”
The RoadCover team won the men’s race at the Maluti Double90, a 180km team time-trial race in Clarens in the Eastern Free State, in April.
In the women’s race, Team Bestmed-ASG’s An-li Kachelhoffer and Zanele Tshoko took first and second respectively.