Angry Pirates Vs The Old Firm
Date: 27/01/2013 10:00
Venue: Auckland Domain 16
Umpire(s): bradley morts
Batted First: Angry Pirates
Angry Pirates Scored 135 for 3 after 20.0 overs
The Old Firm Scored 138 for 1 after 15.2 overs
The Old Firm Won By 7 Wickets

Player of the Match - Andrew McAlpine

Angry Pirates
Greg Bond000NA0.002.0168.00000
Sam Jones000NA0.001.01414.00000
Daren Stringer15338Not out139.470.000.00000
Mike Ranson22029Other68.973.1103.13100
Michael Ewart3116Other183.332.0199.50000
Scott Davies403Other0.003.0299.67000
Brad Hill52820Not out140.002.02010.00000
Cavlin Botha6108Not out125.002.0199.50000

The Old Firm
Simon Day000NA0.002.0136.50000
Ben Stevens000NA0.004.0174.25000
Tom Davison15644Not out127.274.0194.75000
Andrew McAlpine26236Not out172.224.0246.00100
mason isbey304Bowled0.002.02010.00100
Anthony Bullick482Not out400.004.0338.25100


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