Taken Vs Happy Hacks
Date: 17/06/2018 09:00
Venue: Ballinger Park Oval 1
Umpire(s): Codey Rzeszkowski
Batted First: Taken
Taken Scored 133 for 4 after 20.0 overs
Happy Hacks Scored 134 for 3 after 17.1 overs
Happy Hacks Won By 5 Wickets

Player of the Match - Cameron Harm

Paul Goode000NA0.001.01818.00000
Greg Stibbe 13124Caught129.170.1210.00000
Chris Dixon23330Bowled110.004.04110.25000
Luke Johnson32918Run out161.110.000.00000
Daniel Higgins43830Bowled126.674.0358.75000
John Derschow524Not out50.004.0235.75100
Craig McGregor601Not out0.004.0153.75200

Happy Hacks
Jason Harm000NA0.000.000.00001
Rhys Obrien000NA0.003.0248.00000
Jarrod Harm114Caught25.004.0266.50000
Ajay Sharma21613Bowled123.084.0276.75100
Kelsey Wessling328Bowled25.000.000.00000
Cameron Harm45032Not out156.254.0235.75100
Ayden Marcon54322Not out195.453.0144.67100
Geoff Bland62212Not out183.332.0199.50000


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