running empty Vs Bunting Funts
Date: 01/11/2015 08:30
Venue: Elandspark Skool
Batted First: running empty
running empty Scored 50 for 8 after 10.0 overs
Bunting Funts Scored 52 for 2 after 9.0 overs
Bunting Funts Won By 6 Wickets

Player of the Match - Dwayne Le Roux

running empty
Bobby the BLOCKER Rugg Rugg11815Run out120.002.0136.50100
cornelia horn212Run out50.002.084.00100
dave mac vay369Bowled66.672.084.00000
mesha rugbeer486Bowled133.330.000.00000
michelle mac vay501Bowled0.001.022.00000
Melissa Fisher6119Bowled122.222.0199.50000
vishal ramautar845Bowled80.000.000.00000

Bunting Funts
Rian Swanepoel000NA0.000.000.00000
Shaun Smith21722Not out77.270.000.00000
Johann Kenning395LBW180.001.044.00100
Dietrich Eichstadt42315Not out153.332.0136.50000
Jan van Niekerk500Not out0.002.0126.00100
Dwayne Le Roux600LBW0.002.052.50300
Jacques Pretorius700Not out0.002.0126.00100


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