Crease Monkeys Vs The Coro Boyz
Date: 06/06/2010 09:00
Venue: Main Oval
Umpire(s): Gary Ladlay
Batted First: The Coro Boyz
The Coro Boyz Scored 152 for 7 after 20.0 overs
Crease Monkeys Scored 104 for 7 after 20.0 overs
The Coro Boyz Won By 48 Runs

Player of the Match - Luke Pitman

The Coro Boyz
Thomas Arndt045Caught80.002.0157.50000
Brendan Gibbs012Stumped50.003.0134.33100
Brendan Kleidon03714Caught264.292.031.50000
Terry Merrett0115Caught220.003.0196.33000
Jonathan Schloss01013Not out76.924.0194.75300
Grant Suthers01417Caught82.354.0276.75000
Grayson Welsh05037Caught135.142.084.00300

Crease Monkeys
troy mole001Bowled0.004.0215.25100
Muzza Murray043Stumped133.334.04010.00100
Luke Pitman001Caught0.004.0102.50400
Kevin Robinson023Stumped66.674.0348.50000
david roche03122Caught140.910.000.00000
Keith Vogel06265Not out95.380.000.00011
george wall003Caught0.000.000.00000


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