David Boon Fans Vs Security SA
Date: 29/01/2017 10:30
Venue: Edgemead B
Umpire(s): Lester Smith
Batted First: Security SA
Security SA Scored 110 for 4 after 20.0 overs
David Boon Fans Scored 114 for 3 after 17.0 overs
David Boon Fans Won By 5 Wickets

Player of the Match - Nicholas Owsley

Security SA
Anees Vawda13738Caught97.373.0217.00100
riedwaan isaacs22224Caught91.672.0147.00000
leonard jaansen302Bowled0.004.0276.75100
Salem toefy43120Run out155.003.0155.00000
mathew jarvis5914Not out64.291.088.00000
nabeel adams623Not out66.672.0136.50000
meep toefy734Not out75.002.0157.50000

David Boon Fans
Dale Dale000NA0.001.01515.00001
zane p13234Bowled94.124.0102.50200
Nithin Thomas21611Run out145.454.0184.50000
Nicholas Owsley35232Not out162.504.0164.00100
jono louw499Caught100.000.000.00000
Ashish Mammen502Not out0.004.0164.00000
Jose Vattakunnel641Not out400.003.0299.67000


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