Cheers Vs Dutchmen
Date: 17/05/2015 07:45
Venue: Irene Oval
Batted First: Dutchmen
Dutchmen Scored 156 for 3 after 20.0 overs
Cheers Scored 102 for 5 after 20.0 overs
Dutchmen Won By 54 Runs

Player of the Match - Nico Liebenberg

Albert Scherman11716Caught106.254.0225.50000
Nico Liebenberg24932Bowled153.134.0215.25100
Gerhard Taljaard35331Not out170.970.000.00000
Martin Vermaak41216Bowled75.004.0184.50000
Wesley Matthew51712Not out141.674.0266.50200
Jaco Venter674Not out175.000.000.00000
Abdullah Mohamed Karrim700Not out0.000.000.00000

Andre Douglas115Caught20.000.000.00000
Corne Saayman23542Bowled83.330.000.00000
Jan Botha3910Caught90.003.0268.67000
Jacques Meintjes41415Caught93.333.0144.67000
Hein Loggenberg53630Not out120.004.0297.25100
Adriaan Pretorius601Bowled0.004.04110.25000
Schalk Meintjes777Not out100.002.02512.50000
Neil Van Rooyen800Not out0.004.0205.00200


The Player of the Match (PoM) is declared on the Scorecard at the end of each match. This is the Player who has amassed the most Legend Points during the game (for Bowling, Batting, Fielding etc. Participation Legend Points are also included in the total).

The Award Winner for each match will also show on the Scorecard. This will usually be the same Player as the PoM unless the PoM does not have a confirmed email address (and therefore would not receive the Award email which is sent post match). Where the Award Winner is not the PoM, it will be the next player on the Scorecard who has a confirmed email address.

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