Round 9 Preview

Bertus de Jong and Rod Lyall 11/06/2021

With the international Summer such as it was largely behind us (at least in as far as confirmed fixtures are concerned) attention returns to the serious business of the season. The league phase of the Topklasse approaches the half way point, and the table was just beginning to take shape before being thrown into confusion and then immediately settling down again. With the briefly-mooted idea of replaying washed-out games from May now dismissed again, there’s ten rounds left to go before the play-off phase, and six or seven teams still in with a decent shot at making the top four.

BdJ: Seventh-placed HCC’s hopes took a double blow over the past week however, when they were handed their second defeat of the season by new table-toppers Punjab before the decision to bin the idea of replays meant they would be stuck with three points from their three washed-out games.They head to Hazelaarweg looking to get their season back on track when they take on third-placed VOC Rotterdam, who slipped down from pole position last weekend when a weakened side slumped to defeat against Excelsior. Their international contingent will be back of course, and in the batting especially will benefit. The bowling looked decent enough even last week, with stand-in skipper Pierce Fletcher looking especially threatening, and Ramdas Upadhyaya also producing an impressive if brief spell of 2 for 3 in 2 overs. With young spinner and 2021 lead wicket-taker Siebe van Wingerden looking increasingly assured and Dirk van Baren stepping up with the bat, a full strength VOC at home looks a daunting outfit indeed. HCC will welcome back Musa Nadeem from international duty, but otherwise the side will likely look much the same as the one that lost to Punjab. In Clayton Floyd and Damien Crowley they have a serviceable spin attack to take to Hazelaarweg, and both Nadeem and Boris Gorlee have been in decent nick. The seam attack has rather lacked for penetration however and the rest of the batting has been in patchy form. As last year’s winners HCC don’t really warrant the label of underdogs, but you wouldn’t call them favourites either.

RL: HCC do indeed need to turn their season around again, following defeats by Excelsior and Punjab if they are to sustain their challenge for a top four place, and ultimately the championship. They have a good enough side on paper, but titles are won on the field, and a VOC smarting from last week’s defeat at Thurlede are scarcely ideal opponents for a team looking to avoid three losses on the trot. The Lions’ attack looks more threatening with Hidde Overdijk in it, and he, Reinier Bijloos and Ollie Klaus made Punjab work hard for their runs. But the return of O’Dowd, Edwards and Seelaar makes VOC a strong unit in all departments, and if they play to anything like their capacity it’s hard to see HCC returning to De Diepput with the points.

BdJ: Having claimed the top spot last week, Punjab Rotterdam have a chance to consolidate their position when they welcome ACC Amsterdam to the Zomercomplex on Saturday. ACC recorded their second win of the season against table-tailenders Sparta, and notably did so without any game-changing contribution from Sahil Kothari. Zaidi with the bat and Van Vliet with the ball were the stand-outs last week, while most every member of the side has a spell or a score to be proud of this season. They’ll need several players to fire at once to upset Punjab however, with Stephan Myburgh coming off a career-best effort in orange and Asad Zulfiqar stepping up with the bat in his absence. Punjab’s batting looks formidable, there’s little in the way of dead weight in the bowling either.

RL: One question is whether Saqib Zulfiqar will be fit to return to the Punjab side, having missed the last ODI against Ireland through injury, but Irfan ul Haq did well enough as his replacement against HCC to calm any worries the Rotterdammers might have on that front. In other respects, Punjab fully justify their current top spot: a nagging four-man seam attack which has the knack of taking wickets at just the right moment, the spin of Teja Nidamanuru, and one of the most powerful batting line-ups in the competition. But ACC just keep on punching above their weight, and if Kothari comes off and the rest of the batting gives him decent support, we could be in for a better contest than the teams’ relative positions on the table might suggest.

BdJ: If rumours are to be believed, VRA Amsterdam have prepared an honest-to-goodness grass wicket to honour the arrival of reigning champions Excelsior ‘20 Schiedam on Saturday. It’s unclear whether this aberration from the hosts is a tactical ploy, but it is worth noting that Excelsior generally don’t deal well with natural pitches other than their own, having won only once on somebody else’s turf in the last four seasons. Whether VRA have the bowling to take advantage of any such weakness is another question of course, having looked a seamer light even before Quirijn Gunning’s injury. The sunshine itself may also eat into the batting with a number of the host’s top order reportedly away to enjoy the weather elsewhere this weekend, though the return even of an out-of-form Ben Cooper will worry the visitors if the wicket is the sort that suits him. The Schiedammers certainly have form on their side, however, with the bowling clinically dismantling (an admittedly understrength) VOC last week, and of course Tristan Stubbs averaging a faintly ridiculous 231 with the bat in his debut season.

RL: Even without any absentees the VRA top order is a serious worry: the first five wickets have produced 100 runs just once this season, and that was against a Dosti side which in all fairness has been less than overwhelming for much of the campaign. As against that, the middle order has produced a couple of remarkable recoveries, not least the effort by Peter Borren and Mitch Lees at Craeyenhout last week. No Borren-led side can be written off, and Tom Heggelman will be well aware of his attack’s need to keep going all the way if they are dismiss VRA for a modest total. The Excelsior top order has exhibited a certain brittleness of its own in recent weeks, but Lorenzo Ingram is certainly due a score, and Borren’s men will not relish the prospect, having suffered at the hands of Tayo Walbrugh last time out, of Stubbs coming in at five.

BdJ: Meanwhile HBS Craeyenhout will get a run-out on grass as well for only the second time this season when they take on Voorburg at Westvliet. HBS will welcome back Tobias Visée from a weekend of sideline surfing and doubtless the destructive keeper-bat will relish the prospect of getting back on the field, especially one likely more suited to his style of play than the one he was sat next to at Kampong. That is just as well for the Crows, whose batting had looked a little reliant on Navjit Singh and Tayo Walbrugh, though given the latter’s form there’s clearly worse bats to rely on. The bowling is more of a concern, as with the exceptions of Ryan Klein and Julian de Mey the HBS attack has looked underwhelming thus far. VCC will be back at full strength with the return of their sizeable delegation to Utrecht; although the internationals weren’t needed last week against Dosti Voorburg will be glad to have an in-form seam attack when they face HBS. With all hands back on deck VCC do look the more balanced of the sides, but will need to find a way to remove or neutralise Walbrugh if they’re to bag four more points.

RL: HBS’s win last week took them into what some people still think of as the left-hand side of the table, just one spot outside the top four. They’re only one win behind Excelsior and two behind the rest of their rivals, but they will know that they can’t afford to lose too many encounters like this one if they are to keep within striking distance of a play-off place, and Voorburg at Westvliet is a tough proposition indeed. The home side will no doubt have spent quite a bit of time thinking about how to deal with Visée, who is a known quantity, and Walbrugh, who isn’t, and Van Beek and Kingma’s performances against Ireland confirm that they are a fearsome proposition, even on a pitch which may offer them less than Maarschalkerweerd. Voorburg’s batting isn’t quite up to the exceptionally high standard of the attack, but with Bas de Leede, Sybrandt Engelbrecht, Aryan Dutt and perhaps the returning Tom de Grooth it remains a force to be reckoned with.

BdJ: Finally in what already looks like a dress rehearsal for the dress rehearsal that is the non-relegation play-off, one or other of Sparta 1888 and Dosti-United will likely find their first win of the season when they meet at Bermweg. While the advent of Garnett Tarr has bolstered the Sparta batting somewhat and the veteran Mudassar Bukhari has been in fine form with the willow, the rest of Sparta’s batting has thus far failed to deliver. In the bowling department only Max Hoornweg has seen consistent success this season, with even Bukhari looking rather off the boil by his standards. Nonetheless the Capellenaars will be solid favourites at home against Dosti, who were categorically beaten at home last week by a VCC side missing half its first choice eleven. Though Dosti have looked competitive in phases and individual players have impressed at times, their next win still looks a long way off from here.

RL: My understanding is that the wooden spoon will be handed out after the round robin phase, with the lower-ranked clubs now spared a play-off phase, and barring a miraculous turnaround one of these two sides will be the recipient. While Dosti’s bowling has at times been up to the demands of the Topklasse, Waheed Masood, Asief Hoseinbaks, Sami Naseri and hard-pressed skipper Vinoo Tewarie turning in serviceable spells on occasion, the batting has looked hopelessly out of its depth, and even the return of Rahil Ahmed hasn’t produced the much-needed stability at the top of the innings. Sparta’s attack, spearheaded by Bukhari and Max Hoornweg, is unlikely to offer them much relief, while Tarr, Ali Raza and the rest of the home side’s batting may relish the opportunity to gather some runs and open up a gap to bottom place into the bargain.


BdJ’s picks: VOC, Punjab, VRA, VCC, Sparta.

RL’s picks: VOC, Punjab, Excelsior, VCC, Sparta.

KNCB Board thinks again on replays – again

Rod Lyall 10/06/21

Days after announcing that it was moving to satisfy the desire of the Topklasse and Women’s Hoofdklasse clubs to arrange for matches which were abandoned in the course of May to be replayed over the next three weeks, the KNCB Board has returned to the original plan for no replays.

It is understood that several clubs, having originally argued for replays, reversed their position once the new schedule had been published, on the grounds of problems with player availability for three consecutive weekends and the need for players to be free to coach youth teams.

The KNCB youth competitions got under way last week after a relaxation in government restrictions relating to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The previous consultation had been a response by the Board to criticism of the new points system, under which teams receive four points for a win, two for a tie, but only one for an abandoned match.

With three Topklasse clubs having lost three games to the extreme May weather there was some feeling that they had been unduly disadvantaged, but the practical difficulties associated with organizing the replays seem now to have outweighed those concerns.

The Board, having taken new representations from the clubs into account, has now rescinded the decision to organise replays.

The competition playing conditions as originally published, including the new points system and no provision for replaying abandoned matches, will now apply, and there will be an evaluation and review of the system at the end of the season.

Scorecard | Dosti vs VCC | 06.06.21

Dosti United I Vs Voorburg I
1-Innings Match Played At Sportpark Drieburg, 06-Jun-2021, Topklasse
Voorburg I Win by 9 wkts
Round 8
Toss won by Voorburg I
Umpires DJ Kalloe – M Prabhudesai
Home Side Dosti United I
Points Awarded Dosti United I 0, Voorburg I 4
Dosti United I 1st Innings 64/10 All Out (Overs 24.1)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
RI Ahmed+ c ST Mulder b GK Nieuwoudt 2 10 0 0
S Raji c M Hingorani b GK Nieuwoudt 9 6 2 0
JRM Wegecsanyi   b AA Qasim 3 8 0 0
VAB Tewarie*   b GK Nieuwoudt 3 6 0 0
M Hans lbw b GK Nieuwoudt 2 18 0 0
S Ravichandran lbw b ST Mulder 22 44 2 0
W Masood   b ST Mulder 0 5 0 0
Arief Hoseinbaks   b S Kamal 7 17 1 0
Asief Hoseinbaks lbw b AA Qasim 3 13 0 0
S Shazai c M Hingorani b AA Qasim 1 9 0 0
NH Sayed not out   2 9 0 0
extras   (b0 lb2 w8 nb0) 10      
TOTAL   10 wickets for 64      
1-10(S Raji) 2-15(RI Ahmed) 3-19(JRM Wegecsanyi) 4-19(VAB Tewarie) 5-35(M Hans) 6-43(W Masood) 7-53(S Ravichandran) 8-57(Arief Hoseinbaks) 9-60(Asief Hoseinbaks) 10-64(S Shazai)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
AA Qasim 6.1 2 13 3 1
GK Nieuwoudt 6 0 22 4 2
ST Mulder 6 0 12 2 3
S Kamal 5 0 14 1 1
A Dutt 1 0 1 0 1
Voorburg I 1st Innings 68/1 (Overs 14.5)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
AA Qasim st RI Ahmed b Asief Hoseinbaks 9 19 1 0
M Hingorani+ not out   15 40 1 0
A Dutt not out   38 30 7 1
SA Engelbrecht* dnb          
R Pieterse dnb          
GK Nieuwoudt dnb          
R van der Giessen dnb          
S Kamal dnb          
L Boissevain dnb          
ST Mulder dnb          
FJ de Lange dnb          
extras   (b4 lb0 w2 nb0) 6      
TOTAL   1 wickets for 68      
1-17(AA Qasim)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
Asief Hoseinbaks 4 0 15 1 1
W Masood 3 0 6 0
NH Sayed 4 1 6 0
M Hans 2 0 15 0
S Ravichandran 1.5 0 22 0 1

HBS vs VRA at Crayenhout Round 8|05.06.21

Excelsior ’20 vs HCC at Thurlede Round 07 29.05.21

Dosti vs VOC at Drieburg Round 6 22.05.21

Scorecard | Punjab vs VCC | 24.05.21

Punjab I Vs Voorburg I
1-Innings Match Played At Zomercomplex, Rotterdam, 24-May-2021, Topklasse
Punjab I Win by 7 wkts
Round 6
Toss won by Punjab I
Umpires PGHA van Giezen – FLA van Lent
Scorers N Hoffmann – CC Schinkel
Home Side Punjab I
Comment Match reduced to 30 overs.
Rain stopped play, Punjab 82-3 (13 overs).
Points Awarded Voorburg I 0, Punjab I 4
Voorburg I 1st Innings 126/9 Closed (Overs 30)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
M Hingorani+ c Y Usman b SM Zulfiqar 18 52 0 0
R Pieterse c RU Zulfiqar b Mubashar Hussain 7 20 0 0
BFW de Leede* c RU Zulfiqar b SM Zulfiqar 13 20 2 0
A Dutt run out SJ Myburgh/AA Zulfiqar 0 2 0 0
LV van Beek c&b SM Zulfiqar 25 19 2 1
TN de Grooth b S Bhatti 18 21 1 0
PRP Boissevain run out AA Zulfiqar 28 33 1 1
VJ Kingma b S Bhatti 0 1 0 0
FJ de Lange not out 9 11 0 0
AA Qasim c SJ Myburgh b SA Zulfiqar 0 1 0 0
ST Mulder dnb
extras (b1 lb4 w3 nb0) 8
TOTAL 9 wickets for 126
1-15(R Pieterse) 2-37(BFW de Leede) 3-37(A Dutt) 4-56(M Hingorani) 5-74(LV van Beek) 6-102(TN de Grooth) 7-102(VJ Kingma) 8-126(PRP Boissevain) 9-126(AA Qasim)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
S Tariq 6 0 14 0
S Bhatti 6 0 17 2 2
Mubashar Hussain 4 0 17 1 1
SA Zulfiqar 6 0 33 1
SM Zulfiqar 6 0 27 3
AT Nidamanuru 2 0 13 0
Punjab I 1st Innings 127/3 (Overs 16.2)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
SJ Myburgh c BFW de Leede b AA Qasim 5 5 1 0
RU Zulfiqar not out 21 38 1 1
AA Zulfiqar+ c BFW de Leede b VJ Kingma 9 12 2 0
SM Zulfiqar c PRP Boissevain b VJ Kingma 2 4 0 0
AT Nidamanuru not out 80 39 5 8
SA Zulfiqar dnb
Y Usman dnb
Mudassar Hussain dnb
S Bhatti dnb
S Tariq* dnb
Mubashar Hussain dnb
extras (b0 lb2 w7 nb1) 10
TOTAL 3 wickets for 127
1-6(SJ Myburgh) 2-24(AA Zulfiqar) 3-30(SM Zulfiqar)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
VJ Kingma 4 1 12 2 1
AA Qasim 3 0 17 1 4
ST Mulder 2.1 0 24 0
PRP Boissevain 4.1 0 52 0 1
A Dutt 3 0 20 0 2

Scorecard | HCC vs Sparta | 24.05.21

HCC I Vs Sparta I
1-Innings Match Played At De Diepput, Den Haag, 24-May-2021, Topklasse
HCC I Win by 63 runs (DLS)
Round 6
Toss won by HCC I
Umpires N Bathi – DJ Kalloe
Scorers K Pattiselanno
Home Side HCC I
Comment Match reduced to 45 overs.
Rain stopped play, Sparta 11-2 (6 overs), match reduced to 29 overs. Adjusted DLS target 113.
Rain stopped play, HCC 87-2 (5.5 overs), match reduced to 20 overs, adjusted DLS target 88. Par score at 5.5 overs: 25.
Points Awarded Sparta I 0, HCC I 4
Sparta I 1st Innings 116/10 All Out (Overs 29)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
D Umar lbw b C Floyd 1 5 0 0
A Raza+ b RR Bijloos 5 5 1 0
G Tarr c DJ Hennop b DG Crowley 19 43 2 0
M Bukhari* c DG Crowley b H Venter 9 23 1 0
F Iqbal c MN Ahmad b OO Klaus 8 20 0 1
Manminder Singh c BHG Gorlee b C Floyd 19 21 0 2
PB Balwantsingh c BHG Gorlee b J-WM Overdijk 27 35 1 2
N Ibrahimkhil c J-WM Overdijk b OO Klaus 2 5 0 0
AW Umar run out OO Klaus 0 0 0 0
N Kwinana c H Venter b RR Bijloos 5 6 1 0
IS Hoornweg not out 9 11 1 0
extras (b0 lb0 w12 nb0) 12
TOTAL 10 wickets for 116
1-7(A Raza) 2-7(D Umar) 3-26(M Bukhari) 4-44(G Tarr) 5-47(F Iqbal) 6-68(Manminder Singh) 7-79(N Ibrahimkhil) 8-79(AW Umar) 9-93(N Kwinana) 10-116(PB Balwantsingh)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
C Floyd 4 1 11 2
RR Bijloos 6 1 17 2 2
H Venter 6 0 22 1 2
J-WM Overdijk 4 0 24 1 6
DG Crowley 3 0 21 1 1
OO Klaus 6 0 21 2 1
HCC I 1st Innings 88/2 (Overs 5.5)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
MN Ahmad not out 40 15 5 2
AJ Staal* c AW Umar b N Ibrahimkhil 22 10 2 2
BHG Gorlee c Manminder Singh b N Kwinana 12 6 1 1
DG Crowley not out 4 4 0 0
C Floyd dnb
YJ Patel+ dnb
DJ Hennop dnb
H Venter dnb
OO Klaus dnb
J-WM Overdijk dnb
RR Bijloos dnb
extras (b0 lb1 w9 nb0) 10
TOTAL 2 wickets for 88
1-39(AJ Staal) 2-56(BHG Gorlee)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
M Bukhari 1 0 8 0 1
F Iqbal 1 0 26 0 5
N Ibrahimkhil 2 0 26 1 2
N Kwinana 1.5 0 27 1 1

Scorecard | VCC vs Sparta | 22.05.21

Voorburg I Vs Sparta I
1-Innings Match Played At Westvliet, Voorburg, 22-May-2021, Topklasse
Voorburg I Win by 5 wkts
Round 5
Toss won by Sparta I
Umpires S Bhagat – R Mahabier
Scorers CC Schinkel – AO Smelt
Home Side Voorburg I
Comment Match reduced to 30 overs
Points Awarded Sparta I 0, Voorburg I 4
Sparta I 1st Innings 159/10 All Out (Overs 29.5)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
D Umar lbw b ST Mulder 13 0 0 0
A Raza+ c VJ Kingma b LV van Beek 0 0 0 0
G Tarr lbw b SA Engelbrecht 52 0 0 0
M Bukhari* c BFW de Leede b PRP Boissevain 59 0 0 0
Manminder Singh c SA Engelbrecht b AA Qasim 15 0 0 0
SY Butt c LV van Beek b AA Qasim 8 0 0 0
M Latif not out 2 0 0 0
PB Balwantsingh b LV van Beek 0 0 0 0
N Kwinana run out VJ Kingma/LV van Beek 1 0 0 0
MB Hoornweg run out 0 0 0 0
IS Hoornweg run out M Hingorani 0 0 0 0
extras (b0 lb2 w7 nb0) 9
TOTAL 10 wickets for 159
1-2(A Raza) 2-33(D Umar) 3-109(G Tarr) 4-142(M Bukhari) 5-150(Manminder Singh) 6-154(SY Butt) 7-154(PB Balwantsingh) 8-157(N Kwinana) 9-158(MB Hoornweg) 10-160(IS Hoornweg)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
LV van Beek 5.5 0 23 2 5
AA Qasim 5 0 21 2
ST Mulder 5 0 18 1
GK Nieuwoudt 2 0 20 0
A Dutt 4 0 21 0
PRP Boissevain 5 0 29 1
SA Engelbrecht 3 0 26 1 2
Voorburg I 1st Innings 161/5 (Overs 26.2)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
M Hingorani+ c A Raza b Manminder Singh 51 0 0 0
TN de Grooth c M Bukhari b MB Hoornweg 59 0 0 0
BFW de Leede* b Manminder Singh 1 0 0 0
SA Engelbrecht c M Latif b M Bukhari 1 0 0 0
A Dutt lbw b MB Hoornweg 7 0 0 0
LV van Beek not out 26 0 0 0
GK Nieuwoudt not out 5 0 0 0
PRP Boissevain dnb
AA Qasim dnb
VJ Kingma dnb
ST Mulder dnb
extras (b0 lb2 w7 nb2) 11
TOTAL 5 wickets for 161
1-107(M Hingorani) 2-108(BFW de Leede) 3-111(SA Engelbrecht) 4-120(A Dutt) 5-134(TN de Grooth)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
M Bukhari 6 2 8 1
MB Hoornweg 5.2 0 40 2
PB Balwantsingh 1 0 8 0
N Kwinana 3 0 21 0
M Latif 4 0 24 0
IS Hoornweg 2 0 14 0
Manminder Singh 5 0 43 2

Scorecard | HBS vs HCC | 22.05.21

1-Innings Match Played At Craeyenhout, Den Haag, 22-May-2021, Topklasse
Match Tied
Round 5
Toss won by HCC I
Umpires WPM van Liemt – E Ruchtie
Scorers MAP Wiegers – K Pattiselanno
Home Side HBS I
Comment Match reduced to 31 overs
Points Awarded HBS I 2, HCC I 2
HBS I 1st Innings 183/5 Closed (Overs 31)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
RP Mason c AJ Staal b OO Klaus 25 50 2 0
TP Visée+ c J-WM Overdijk b HC Overdijk 29 19 4 1
T Walbrugh c&b C Floyd 59 54 5 1
Navjit Singh c OO Klaus b C Floyd 44 43 6 0
R Klein not out 15 11 0 1
A Ahmed c J-WM Overdijk b DG Crowley 3 5 0 0
FJ Vink* not out 4 4 0 0
JI de Mey dnb
SP Vink dnb
BFL Boddendijk dnb
J van der Raad dnb
extras (b0 lb2 w2 nb0) 4
TOTAL 5 wickets for 183
1-35(TP Visée) 2-74(RP Mason) 3-161(Navjit Singh) 4-161(T Walbrugh) 5-168(A Ahmed)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
C Floyd 7 0 33 2
HC Overdijk 6 0 51 1 1
RR Bijloos 5 0 36 0
OO Klaus 6 0 27 1
DG Crowley 6 0 22 1
J-WM Overdijk 1 0 12 0 1
HCC I 1st Innings 183/5 Closed (Overs 31)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
MN Ahmad c TP Visée b SP Vink 68 78 6 1
AJ Staal* run out 0 0 0 0
BHG Gorlee lbw b R Klein 42 55 4 1
DG Crowley b FJ Vink 34 29 5 0
HC Overdijk not out 28 18 3 1
C Floyd c J van der Raad b R Klein 3 6 0 0
YJ Patel+ not out 0 0 0 0
DJ Hennop dnb
J-WM Overdijk dnb
OO Klaus dnb
RR Bijloos dnb
extras (b0 lb1 w7 nb0) 8
TOTAL 5 wickets for 183
1-5(AJ Staal) 2-73(BHG Gorlee) 3-141(DG Crowley) 4-173(MN Ahmad) 5-179(C Floyd)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
R Klein 6 0 33 2
FJ Vink 6 0 36 1 3
JI de Mey 7 0 26 0
BFL Boddendijk 6 0 30 0
SP Vink 4 0 28 1
J van der Raad 1 0 18 0 4
T Walbrugh 1 0 11 0