Eurofins labs Vs Nice Option
Date: 20/11/2014 17:35
Venue: AKL Domain 16
Umpire(s): Mehul Gohel
Batted First: Nice Option
Nice Option Scored 183 for 5 after 20.0 overs
Eurofins labs Scored 105 for 8 after 17.4 overs
Nice Option Won By 78 Runs

Player of the Match - Ashish Avasthi

Nice Option
Tony Moyle000NA0.003.0155.00100
Kayne Henderson11715Bowled113.334.0215.25300
Hugo Borren24832Bowled150.002.0178.50100
Dave Murphy333Bowled100.001.4116.11100
Matthew Drake45126Not out196.152.094.50000
Tom Shand54923Run out213.042.0136.50100
Hamish Read61512Run out125.001.055.00000
George Gibb711Not out100.002.0147.00000

Eurofins labs
Midhun Lal2108Bowled125.000.000.00000
Ashish Avasthi33029Double play103.454.0184.50200
sabbi singh41312Caught108.332.03618.00000
manveer singh51813Bowled138.464.04411.00000
jove Murali624Caught50.004.0328.00000
virender Shah81514Caught107.142.0168.00100


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