Top Catch Vs The Chapel Bar Rampant Stags
Date: 09/12/2010 17:30
Venue: Cox's Bay Pitch 1
Batted First: The Chapel Bar Rampant Stags
The Chapel Bar Rampant Stags Scored 159 for 4 after 20.0 overs
Top Catch Scored 120 for 6 after 20.0 overs
The Chapel Bar Rampant Stags Won By 39 Runs

Player of the Match - Luke Irving

The Chapel Bar Rampant Stags
Matt Cornes000NA0.004.0225.50000
Alex Heatley15432Not out168.754.0369.00200
Carl Attwood223Caught66.670.000.00000
Luke Irving43520Bowled175.004.0102.50200
Antony Raven62517Not out147.060.000.00000
Craig Short734Caught75.003.0165.33100

Top Catch
Gerald Bethell11613Bowled123.080.000.00001
Geoff Motion22121Bowled100.004.04611.50300
Jeremy Lane32623Caught113.044.0338.25000
John Lintott44026Not out153.854.0164.00000
Mike Harrod51215Caught80.000.000.00000
Chris Hatton602Bowled0.004.0174.25200
Reuben Woods811Not out100.004.04010.00000


The Player of the Match (PoM) is declared on the Scorecard at the end of each match. This is the Player who has amassed the most Legend Points during the game (for Bowling, Batting, Fielding etc. Participation Legend Points are also included in the total).

The Award Winner for each match will also show on the Scorecard. This will usually be the same Player as the PoM unless the PoM does not have a confirmed email address (and therefore would not receive the Award email which is sent post match). Where the Award Winner is not the PoM, it will be the next player on the Scorecard who has a confirmed email address.

All players will receive a post match email showing a breakdown of their Legend Points from the Match but the Award Winner’s email will also reward them with a link to an award for their achievement!

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