Bomb Squad Vs Frederick Spofforth
Date: 19/05/2019 10:15
Venue: Canterbury Park, Feuerriegel Rd, Bald Hills
Batted First: Frederick Spofforth
Frederick Spofforth Scored 75 for 8 after 17.1 overs
Bomb Squad Scored 76 for 0 after 11.2 overs
Bomb Squad Won By 8 Wickets

Player of the Match - Michael Timmins

Frederick Spofforth
Matt Austen112Not out50.002.063.00000
Gerard Fitzsimon2716Not out43.750.000.00000
Adam Matthews368Not out75.001.099.00000
Luke Matthews42319Not out121.053.0268.67000
Scott Gregory5158Not out187.502.02311.50000
Liam B62123Not out91.300.237.50000
Chris Fitzsimon7210Not out20.002.073.50000

Bomb Squad
Craig Carter000NA0.001.154.17200
Nathaniel Cope000NA0.004.0225.50200
Mac Penny000NA0.004.0225.50100
Sebastian Robson000NA0.003.093.00100
Simon Wade000NA0.003.0103.33100
Ollie Robson13028Not out107.140.000.00000
Michael Timmins24624Not out191.672.084.00000


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