Tap That Vs Humble Hibernators
Date: 19/11/2017 11:00
Venue: Shaw Rd 1, Wooloowin
Umpire(s): Ned Easton
Batted First: Tap That
Tap That Scored 141 for 4 after 17.0 overs
Humble Hibernators Scored 122 for 1 after 17.0 overs
Tap That Won By 19 Runs

Player of the Match - Paul Gillett

Tap That
Chris Edge000NA0.004.0225.50000
Dean Goodwin000NA0.004.0225.50000
Dave Broughton11412Caught116.670.000.00000
Daniel Lockhart22617Caught152.944.0328.00000
Brendon Lowry359Bowled55.560.000.00000
Damien Lean44833Bowled145.450.000.00000
Tristan Richter51912Not out158.334.0328.00100
Jason White62512Not out208.331.01111.00000

Humble Hibernators
Michael Bailey000NA0.002.0168.00000
Matt Soldatenko000NA0.000.000.00001
Paul (Buddy) Carr13633Caught109.094.0369.00200
Paul Gillett25132Not out159.384.0235.75100
Andrew Matheson32415Not out160.003.04113.67000
Tim Rhodes488Not out100.004.0215.25100


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