WYMONDIES Vs Norfolk Sri Lankans
Date: 20/07/2015 18:15
Venue: Eton Park 2
Batted First: WYMONDIES
WYMONDIES Scored 175 for 6 after 20.0 overs
Norfolk Sri Lankans Scored 151 for 5 after 20.0 overs
WYMONDIES Won By 24 Runs

Player of the Match - Matthew Robson

Pete Joyner15430Not out180.004.0235.75300
Mark Greenhall24724LBW195.832.03015.00100
Tony Ward31714LBW121.432.02412.00000
Andrew Edge41012Not out83.334.082.00000
Kevin Ellis52714Caught192.864.0369.00000
Arthur Pattison6812Bowled66.673.0175.67100
Martin Lewis701Bowled0.000.000.00001
David Clover801Caught0.001.077.00000

Norfolk Sri Lankans
Tom Lansdale13636Bowled100.004.0328.00000
Matthew Robson25024Not out208.334.0112.75200
David Tayler3147Caught200.004.04010.00000
Aaron Smith4127Bowled171.434.04711.75000
Joe Lemmon51315Caught86.674.0317.75400
Byron Cooke61813Caught138.460.000.00000
Lee Newton723Not out66.670.000.00000


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