Toey Gamblers Vs Hogans Heroes
Date: 04/10/2015 11:10
Venue: Gwawley Park (East)
Umpire(s): Shaikh Faisal
Batted First: Hogans Heroes
Hogans Heroes Scored 119 for 8 after 18.0 overs
Toey Gamblers Scored 121 for 4 after 17.0 overs
Toey Gamblers Won By 4 Wickets

Hogans Heroes
Matt Berkley24534Caught132.354.0297.25000
Karl Greenhalgh31111Bowled100.000.000.00000
Peter Taniane401Caught0.004.0256.25200
Bryce Spelta54642Not out109.521.077.00000
Jonathan Prendergast694Caught225.003.0237.67000
Matt Brooks763Bowled200.000.000.00000
Mark Brennan812Caught50.004.0246.00100

Toey Gamblers
Yianni Gertos111Run out100.000.000.00000
Richard Friedman25034Not out147.064.0317.75100
Ben Lo Presti34132Not out128.134.0184.50300
Andrew Dovgan401LBW0.004.0235.75200
david riechelmann501Bowled0.004.0287.00100
Ernie Ciaschetti61015Caught66.672.0199.50100
Luke Churchward7198Not out237.500.000.00002


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