The High Tens Vs Too many balls in a box
Date: 05/03/2017 13:15
Venue: Robertson Rd (MP5)
Umpire(s): Saad Ahmed
Batted First: Too many balls in a box
Too many balls in a box Scored 185 for 4 after 20.0 overs
The High Tens Scored 27 for 5 after 6.4 overs
Too many balls in a box Won By 158 Runs

Player of the Match - Luke Conolly

Too many balls in a box
Jordan Trovato15423Not out234.780.000.00000
Tom Scarf23724LBW154.170.000.00000
Luke Conolly35333Not out160.612.052.50100
Matt Karagiannis400Run out0.002.0147.00100
Dicky Wright51713LBW130.771.473.89000
Luke Starr6127Caught171.430.000.00000
Ben Thornton767Not out85.710.000.00000
Ian Keller800Not out0.001.000.00200

The High Tens
Hamza Mahmood199Caught100.004.0379.25000
Andrew Williams2910Bowled90.004.04812.00000
Paul Saltoon368Run out75.004.04010.00000
Mooaz Sajid4210LBW20.004.0317.75000
Hashim Yazdani502Bowled0.004.0256.25300


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