Date: 22/03/2019 12:40
Venue: Marks Park Top
Umpire(s): Clive Sebs,Kelvin Mahachi
Batted First: 69ers
69ers Scored 164 for 2 after 20.0 overs
MASAGAMY Scored 153 for 5 after 20.0 overs
69ers Won By 11 Runs

Player of the Match - Shaun Watt

Nicholas Nel000NA0.002.02010.00000
Christopher Swanepoel000NA0.003.03210.67100
Charles Hattingh14831Caught154.844.0246.00100
Shaun Watt25233Not out157.584.0256.25300
Dean Swartz33021Caught142.863.0279.00000
Juan Willemse42516Not out156.250.000.00001
Jerry lovemore574Not out175.004.0225.50000

Waldemar Bodenstein12621Caught123.813.0289.33000
Terrence Burger22825Caught112.000.000.00000
schalk groeneweld31719Caught89.473.0258.33000
Dalton Webster45021Not out238.104.0266.50100
Joshua Wilken5148Caught175.004.0328.00000
Trenton Murray658Bowled62.500.000.00000
Ashton Schulz794Not out225.003.0258.33000
Sean Panaino812Not out50.003.0268.67100


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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