Salisbury Bulls Vs Slingers
Date: 31/07/2011 10:30
Venue: Kenilworth #1
Umpire(s): Sam Wilson
Batted First: Slingers
Slingers Scored 99 for 8 after 20.0 overs
Salisbury Bulls Scored 100 for 2 after 11.0 overs
Salisbury Bulls Won By 6 Wickets

Player of the Match - Jeff McDonald

Ray Wilson12831Other90.321.077.00100
Luke Clark234Caught75.002.02512.50000
Kaneil Cooray302Caught0.001.01111.00000
Thomas Clark41512Caught125.003.0196.33100
Ken Hall51622Caught72.730.000.00001
Paul Henkel62116Bowled131.252.02211.00000
Andrew Clark72025Run out80.002.0168.00000

Salisbury Bulls
michael burden000NA0.002.073.50000
Shane Fridd000NA0.004.0266.50000
Allan Lubcke000NA0.002.0136.50000
Paul Mc Hale000NA0.002.031.50200
Michael aghan13420Not out170.004.0133.25100
RayRay smith22115Bowled140.000.000.00000
Jeff McDonald Jnr33220Caught160.002.0199.50100
Jeff McDonald4124Not out300.004.071.75200


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