The Flying Hellfish Vs Wet Dreamz
Date: 01/03/2015 11:20
Venue: Everley Park (South), Everley Road, South Granville
Umpire(s): Sreeram Cheedella
Batted First: The Flying Hellfish
The Flying Hellfish Scored 102 for 8 after 17.2 overs
Wet Dreamz Scored 103 for 5 after 14.0 overs
Wet Dreamz Won By 3 Wickets

Player of the Match - Deven Mankodi

The Flying Hellfish
Ainsley Scheerhoorn15332Caught165.633.03511.67000
Deven Mankodi21921Caught90.484.0133.25500
Richard Wood32227Run out81.483.0227.33000
Vasant Theepa488Caught100.003.0227.33000
Kris Narayan504Stumped0.001.01111.00000

Wet Dreamz
Harry Weekly14721Caught223.812.031.50000
Lachlan Weekly201Caught0.003.2123.53200
Fardeen (Farhad) Khanzoi301Bowled0.002.073.50010
Aidan Durie401Bowled0.003.0165.33400
Naveed Aslam501Bowled0.004.0276.75100
Muhammad Akram62821Not out133.330.000.00000
Mohammed Maan72825Not out112.004.0379.25000


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