DGAF Internationals Vs F Troop
Date: 08/10/2017 10:50
Venue: Shaw Rd 2, Wooloowin
Umpire(s): AJ Umpire
Batted First: F Troop
F Troop Scored 82 for 7 after 13.2 overs
DGAF Internationals Scored 83 for 1 after 12.2 overs
DGAF Internationals Won By 7 Wickets

Player of the Match - Cameron Daniel

F Troop
Alex Cotton11811Bowled163.644.0123.00100
Clayton Richardson227Caught28.572.02412.00000
Damon Quick33423Caught147.833.0124.00000
Nick Robertson466Caught100.000.000.00000
Leigh Sheldrick5109Bowled111.112.02512.50000
Jason Lehmann647Bowled57.141.285.71000
Trent Roscrow768Caught75.000.000.00000

DGAF Internationals
Troy Crawford000NA0.002.084.00000
Cameron Daniel000NA0.003.2175.00400
Mike O'Sullivan000NA0.003.0144.67100
Shane Brosnan105Bowled0.002.0189.00000
Jono Crawford25029Not out172.410.000.00002
Doug Sheridan32731Not out87.100.000.00000
Lee Wise442Not out200.003.0237.67200


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