VCLCC Eagles Vs 46ers
Date: 27/05/2018 14:30
Venue: Old Vaaltonians
Batted First: 46ers
46ers Scored 127 for 5 after 20.0 overs
VCLCC Eagles Scored 129 for 3 after 15.3 overs
VCLCC Eagles Won By 5 Wickets

Player of the Match - Vince Van Staden

Riaan Snibbe1810Bowled80.002.0157.50000
ferdie potgieter224Bowled50.000.000.00000
Shane Van sittert379LBW77.783.0165.33100
Etienne Bezuidenhout45040Not out125.003.34011.11000
Gert Van blerk54433Caught133.332.02613.00000
Dirk Vorster622Caught100.002.084.00000
Nico Roux803Not out0.003.0237.67200

VCLCC Eagles
Luan Claasen000NA0.003.0217.00000
Gerhard Dreyer000NA0.004.0225.50100
Clinton Lynch11612Caught133.330.000.00000
Nickie Fourie24035Not out114.290.000.00000
Corne Jooste35019Not out263.162.0189.00000
Ettienne Jordaan435Caught60.003.0196.33000
Pieter Venter566Caught100.004.0276.75100
Vince Van Staden6144Not out350.004.0205.00300


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