Green and Old! Vs Ninja Turtles
Date: 26/05/2019 10:15
Venue: Voortrekker Oval
Umpire(s): Promise Gwangu,Thulani Xulu
Batted First: Green and Old!
Green and Old! Scored 158 for 5 after 20.0 overs
Ninja Turtles Scored 139 for 5 after 20.0 overs
Green and Old! Won By 19 Runs

Player of the Match - Gerhard Nel

Green and Old!
Johan De Witt13123Bowled134.780.000.00000
Dewald Dronksky226Caught33.331.02121.00000
Raymond Cameron334Caught75.004.0194.75100
Gerhard Nel45033Not out151.524.0225.50000
Divan Le roux53522Not out159.094.0256.25100

Ninja Turtles
Renier Nel1710Caught70.002.02311.50000
Pieter Kriek23321Caught157.143.0289.33200
Dean Van der merwe412Bowled50.002.063.00000
Brandon #Thor Van Der Merwe55034Not out147.063.0217.00100
Monty Jnr van der Merwe63622Stumped163.643.03110.33100
Bryan Lawrie766Not out100.002.052.50000
Monty snr Van der merwe845Not out80.002.02814.00000


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