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Round 9 Preview

Rod Lyall & Bertus de Jong 13/06/19


And so we reach the half-way point in the competition, ending the first round as we began it, with a split weekend: four matches are scheduled for Saturday, but the game between HBS and VOC will be played on Sunday.

RL: After two wins at the weekend, one by the skin of their teeth and the other very comfortably indeed, Excelsior ‘20 will be full of confidence for their visit to the Amsterdamse Bos to take on VRA on Saturday. It’s a rare occasion that neither Lorenzo Ingram nor Branton Parchment gets a bat, but the batting of Tim Etman and Roel Verhagen will have given Tom Heggelman’s side a boost, while Niels Etman filled in admirably in the absence of Sohail Bhatti on Monday. For the hosts the attack’s toothlessness continues to be a source of concern, and although Vikram Singh, Eric Szwarczynski, Ben Cooper and Peter Borren have all made runs at times they don’t often get much support, and the top order as a whole is not coming together to produce totals which their limited bowling can defend. Injuries are, of course, not helping the cause, but VRA will need to raise their game considerably if they are to get clear of the relegation zone.

BdJ: Etman and Verhagen coming into this game with runs under their belts will compound the worries of a VRA side that has indeed struggled to take wickets all season, and with the fitness of Gunning and Gul in question the Amsterdammers attack looks about the weakest in the league as it stands. The Schiedammers’ status as favourites ahead of thie game owes as much to some judicious acdditions to the roster over the winter as their results so far, with the acquisitions of Umar Baker and Branton Parchment both paying dividends. Conversely VRA were in retrospect perhaps unduly sanguine in declining to engage in a serious search to replace Daan ter Braak and Viv Kingma. Of the new faces that have rocked up in the Bos, largely on their own initiative, only Brandon Graber seems to have found his feet at Topklasse level. As the half-way point of the season looms one suspects VRA may be beginning to sense the peril of their situation, but with the competition’s new frontrunners headed their way with the wind at their backs a turnaround is a tough ask.


RL: Dosti United again have no ground available for the last round before the competition switches to Sundays – the extended football season affects them worse than any other Topklasse club – so they will again have to play on their opponents’ ground. This time it means the short trip to Het Loopveld to face ACC, who lost by the narrowest of margins to HBS on Monday. Saqib and Sikander Zulfiqar are both in good form for the visitors-become-hosts, and with Brady Barends, currently the competition’s leading wicket-taker, adding incisiveness to the attack ACC have thoroughly deserved their position among the leaders. Dosti, by contrast, have failed to gel, and their defeat by Excelsior on Monday confirmed once again how vital Taruwar Kohli’s wicket is to their chances of making a decent total. The battle between him and Barends could be one of the more interesting head-to-head contests of the season.

BdJ: As much as their two new overseas, it is the seeming confidence of ACC’s core of young players that has seen them hanging out near the top of the table all season. Though both Jean Marais and Barends have been excellent for ACC thus far, the continued improvement of the three remaining Zulfiqars and occasionally outstanding contributions from such youngsters as Shirase Rasool, Aryan Kumar and last week Jamie Mulready has given ACC the look of genuine title contenders for the first time in years. Dosti meanwhile have struggled when Diwan was absent or Kohli has failed, though skipper Vinoo Tewarie has on occasion shown admirable application and obduracy in the midst of collapse, it is a situation he has found himself rather too often.


RL: Having seen off VOC in convincing fashion HCC will look forward to entertaining Sparta 1888 at De Diepput, and they will be hoping that their ground doesn’t live up to its name again this week. Even without Ali Ahmed Qasim the HCC attack has a menacing look about it, Jan Willem Damhuis slotting in effectively against VOC, and with Bharat Itagi, Tonny Staal and Bryce Street all making runs even when Adam Wiffen doesn’t the Lions seem likely to maintain their pursuit of the leaders for a while yet. Sparta are a less predictable side, but their win against Quick, in which Garnett Tarr’s century was a highlight, has lightened any lurking fears of relegation, at least for the moment, as has their defeat of tailenders VRA. You have to fancy HCC to pick up the points here, but Sparta have shown they are capable of springing surprises.

BdJ: Given the forecast it should be said that here and elsewhere rain is the most likely winner on Saturday, but the hosts are indeed a solid second. HCC have looked a solid side in spite of occasional changes in the line-up, Damhuis the latest after Itagi and Walhain to successfully step up to the first team, and bench strength has generally been crucial to successful Topklasse campaigns. A win over Sparta will keep them well in touch with the leaders as the table begins to bifurcate, but Sparta have every chance of derailing them. The Capellenaars have yet to play at their collective best, with exceptional individual performances generally accounting for the points they have on the board. Should a few come along at once two points will be within their reach, weather permitting.


RL: Even with the arrival of their Mumbaikers (compensated in part by the departure of Rupert Young), Quick Haag are another up-and-down side, too dependent on a few players. Jay Bista’s batting is as talismanic for them as Kohli’s is for Dosti, and they will be tested this week by a Voorburg outfit which has been boosted by the advent of Nic Smit. The Voorburg top order is likely to enjoy the new artificial outfield at Nieuw Hanenburg, though Prathamesh Dake will no doubt have other ideas. Quick’s attack, however, is not as menacing as it once was, while Voorburg’s is varied, and with Viv Kingma and Brandon Glover on song likely to be a real handful for Quick’s brittle top and middle order.

BdJ: Quick are indeed arguably still more dependent on Bista than Dosti on Kohli, relying on him not only for quantity of runs but also for tempo. Barring the veteran Doc Mol, who looks set to put in another unassumingly crucial season for his side, Quick lack for hitters as much as accumulators to support or at least take the pressure off Bista. With Jeroen Brand, once the reliable purveyor 17-ball 30s down the order currently striking at 55 and the rest of the line-up little better Bista is relied upon both to provide the bulk of the runs and to drive the scoring rate. Facing VCC’s attack that task may prove beyond even his considerable talents.


RL: VOC Rotterdam’s incipient recovery received a setback on Monday when they were pretty comprehensively beaten by HCC, and they really need to take something away from Craeyenhout where they take on HBS this week. All the champions’ problems were clearly illustrated in that defeat by HCC: the batting, apart from the three internationals, contributed little, and the attack struggled to dismiss a side which is steadily growing in confidence. HBS, by contrast, are strong in both major departments: the batting, balanced between the aggression of Visée and Barresi and the quieter skills of Elkin and Gomes, consistently produces the highest total of the round, while the bowlers, both the seamers and the spinners, also deliver on a weekly basis. This being the Topklasse one can’t rule out a stellar performance from the whole VOC outfit, but there can be little question that HBS will start as clear favourites.

BdJ: Generally I’d try to find at least one point of disagreement on the prognostications for the sake of making a contest of it, but I find myself in complete accord with the good professor this round. As with last years’ runners-up VRA, the defending champions are feeling the loss of key players in Fred Klaassen and Umar Baker, with their replacements failing to fill their shoes. It’s beginning to look as if after contesting the championship last season, VRA and VOC may be back at the other end of the table again by the end of this summer in a 2017-style relegation battle. HBS conversely look a stronger side than they did last season, when they came a creditable third. The big-hitting top order remains Crows’ key strength, and with Elkin playing foil to the more belligerent elements it looks more balanced than the 2018 version, but the bowling attack has also been strengthened by the addition of Zac Gibson as well as the continued development of Julian de Mey and (whisper it) Wesley Barresi as a genuine slow bowling option.


Rod Lyall’s tips: Excelsior, ACC, HCC, Voorburg, HBS.
Bertus de Jong’s tips: Excelsior, ACC, HCC, Voorburg, HBS.

Scorecard | ACC vs HBS | 10.06.19

ACC I Vs HBS I
1-Innings Match Played At Het Loopveld West, 10-Jun-2019, Topklasse
HBS I Win by 2 runs
Round 8
Toss won by ACC I
Umpires AND van den Dries – HKG Jansen
Scorers DC Schinkel – MAP Wiegers
Home Side ACC I
Points Awarded HBS I 2, ACC I 0
HBS I 1st Innings 207/9 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
TP Visée*+ c MA Raza b D Arya 18 13 1 2
ZW Elkin b SA Zulfiqar 25 63 4 0
SP Gomes b BL Barends 81 108 4 0
A Ahmed b SM Zulfiqar 18 38 2 0
W Barresi c MA Raza b SM Zulfiqar 17 40 0 0
Navjit Singh c JL Marais b SM Zulfiqar 13 24 1 0
ZN Gibson run out 0 4 0 0
JI de Mey c SM Zulfiqar b SA Zulfiqar 8 11 0 0
WT Coster c SM Zulfiqar b SA Zulfiqar 15 7 1 1
BA Westdijk not out 0 0 0 0
F Khan dnb
extras (b0 lb2 w8 nb2) 12
TOTAL 9 wickets for 207
FOW
1-25(TP Visée) 2-53(ZW Elkin) 3-95(A Ahmed) 4-135(W Barresi) 5-171(Navjit Singh) 6-171(ZN Gibson) 7-190(SP Gomes) 8-199(JI de Mey) 9-207(WT Coster)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BL Barends 10 1 24 1 3 2
D Arya 7 0 41 1 1
MA Raza 10 0 33 0 1
SA Zulfiqar 10 0 55 3 2
A Kumar 3 0 19 0 1
SM Zulfiqar 10 1 33 3
ACC I 1st Innings 205/8 Closed (Overs 51)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
JL Marais+ c TP Visée b ZN Gibson 19 34 1 0
RU Zulfiqar b ZN Gibson 9 40 1 0
SR Rasool run out 17 46 0 0
SA Zulfiqar b ZN Gibson 12 32 0 0
SM Zulfiqar* lbw b WT Coster 61 69 4 0
MA Raza c W Barresi b Navjit Singh 31 49 2 1
JM Mulready c JI de Mey b Navjit Singh 25 20 3 0
BL Barends run out 13 15 0 0
A Kumar not out 1 1 0 0
BM te Boekhorst dnb
D Arya dnb
extras (b0 lb1 w11 nb5) 17
TOTAL 8 wickets for 205
FOW
1-18(JL Marais) 2-38(RU Zulfiqar) 3-65(SA Zulfiqar) 4-66(SR Rasool) 5-124(MA Raza) 6-164(JM Mulready) 7-201(BL Barends) 8-205(SM Zulfiqar)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BA Westdijk 10 2 46 0 3 5
WT Coster 9 0 33 1
ZN Gibson 10 1 41 3 4
F Khan 10 1 36 0 3
Navjit Singh 10 0 35 2 1
W Barresi 2 1 13 0

Scorecard | VCC vs VRA | 10.06.19

Voorburg I Vs VRA I
1-Innings Match Played At Westvliet, Voorburg, 10-Jun-2019, Topklasse
Voorburg I Win by 8 wkts (DLS)
Round 8
Toss won by Voorburg I
Umpires D Das – WPM van Liemt
Scorers CC Schinkel – K Holdsworth
Home Side Voorburg I
Comment Rain stopped play, Voorburg 89-2 (18 overs); revised DLS target 142 in 33 overs
Points Awarded VRA I 0, Voorburg I 2
VRA I 1st Innings 189/10 All Out (Overs 49.3)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
V Singh b VJ Kingma 1 9 0 0
ES Szwarczynski run out 33 95 2 0
LA Turmaine c NF Smit b VJ Kingma 10 23 0 0
BN Cooper c TN de Grooth b PRP Boissevain 107 110 8 2
PW Borren* lbw b PRP Boissevain 7 9 1 0
MW Lake run out 0 6 0 0
MB Lees+ lbw b C Floyd 0 6 0 0
TK Long b BD Glover 9 20 1 0
S Khan b C Floyd 1 9 0 0
BL Graber c N Croes b C Floyd 1 6 0 0
S Islam not out 0 4 0 0
extras (b0 lb8 w10 nb2) 20
TOTAL 10 wickets for 189
FOW
1-1(V Singh) 2-18(LA Turmaine) 3-148(ES Szwarczynski) 4-165(PW Borren) 5-170(BN Cooper) 6-171(MB Lees) 7-173(MW Lake) 8-177(S Khan) 9-180(BL Graber) 10-189(TK Long)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
C Floyd 10 2 24 3 2
VJ Kingma 9 1 31 2 2 1
BD Glover 9.3 3 29 1 1
ST Mulder 7 1 40 0 1
PRP Boissevain 10 1 35 2 3
ML Smit 2 0 11 0
NF Smit 2 0 11 0
Voorburg I 1st Innings 143/2 (Overs 26.1)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
TN de Grooth* c MB Lees b TK Long 38 44 3 0
ML Smit c MW Lake b PW Borren 17 24 3 0
N Croes+ not out 33 52 4 0
NF Smit not out 45 37 7 0
FJ de Lange dnb
N Gigani dnb
C Floyd dnb
VJ Kingma dnb
BD Glover dnb
PRP Boissevain dnb
ST Mulder dnb
extras (b0 lb1 w9 nb0) 10
TOTAL 2 wickets for 143
FOW
1-41(ML Smit) 2-70(TN de Grooth)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BL Graber 6 1 33 0 4
V Singh 3 0 21 0 1
PW Borren 7 1 32 1
LA Turmaine 3 0 14 0
TK Long 4 0 25 1 3
BN Cooper 2 0 6 0 1
S Islam 1 0 7 0
MW Lake .1 0 4 0

Scorecard | Sparta vs Quick | 10.06.19

Sparta I Vs Quick Haag I
1-Innings Match Played At Sportpark Bermweg, Capelle a/d IJssel, 10-Jun-2019, Topklasse
Sparta I Win by 6 wkts
Round 8
Toss won by Quick Haag I
Umpires PGHA van Giezen – P Muthucumaru
Home Side Sparta I
Points Awarded Quick Haag I 0, Sparta I 2
Quick Haag I 1st Innings 199/8 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
JG Bista c AF Buurman b AT Fletcher 7 16 0 0
HW Brain c M Bukhari b M Singh 51 98 5 1
A Gill lbw b AT Fletcher 0 2 0 0
LW Stokkers c MB Hoornweg b U Saleem 23 28 1 0
GMC Mol c TIM de Kok b M Singh 31 53 2 1
D Vierling*+ not out 33 46 3 0
MB van Schelven c AF Buurman b M Singh 0 10 0 0
JA Brand b U Saleem 30 42 1 0
PG Dake c M Singh b MB Hoornweg 4 4 0 0
TJB Landheer not out 1 1 0 0
TC de Mooij dnb
extras (b1 lb6 w12 nb0) 19
TOTAL 8 wickets for 199
FOW
1-11(JG Bista) 2-11(A Gill) 3-54(LW Stokkers) 4-121(GMC Mol) 5-126(HW Brain) 6-128(MB van Schelven) 7-177(JA Brand) 8-196(PG Dake)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
M Bukhari 10 1 47 0 3
AT Fletcher 10 2 21 2 3
MB Hoornweg 4 0 19 1
JM Snoep 1 0 6 0
M Singh 10 0 31 3 4
U Saleem 10 2 40 2
S Sardha 2 0 13 0 1
TIM de Kok 3 0 15 0
Sparta I 1st Innings 200/4 (Overs 46.4)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
AT Fletcher c JA Brand b PG Dake 1 14 0 0
A Raza c GMC Mol b PG Dake 8 14 0 0
G Tarr b GMC Mol 116 120 13 4
TIM de Kok lbw b JA Brand 25 86 1 0
M Bukhari not out 20 38 1 0
AF Buurman+ not out 11 11 1 0
JM Snoep* dnb
S Sardha dnb
M Singh dnb
U Saleem dnb
MB Hoornweg dnb
extras (b1 lb0 w15 nb3) 19
TOTAL 4 wickets for 200
FOW
1-13(A Raza) 2-14(AT Fletcher) 3-121(TIM de Kok) 4-181(G Tarr)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
PG Dake 10 1 42 2 6 2
JG Bista 7 1 43 0 2
JA Brand 10 2 51 1 3 1
MB van Schelven 6 1 18 0
LW Stokkers 7.4 1 20 0
GMC Mol 6 1 25 1 4

Scorecard | VOC vs HCC | 10.06.19

VOC I Vs HCC I
1-Innings Match Played At Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam, 10-Jun-2019, Topklasse
HCC I Win by 6 wkts
Round 8
Toss won by VOC I
Umpires Z Hussain – DJ Kalloe
Home Side VOC I
Points Awarded VOC I 0, HCC I 2
VOC I 1st Innings 198/9 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
MP O'Dowd b BR Itagi 54 0 0 0
CL Rutgers c BE Street b JW Damhuis 4 0 0 0
SP van Lent c BE Street b HC Overdijk 6 0 0 0
DM Mullett lbw b BE Street 0 0 0 0
PM Seelaar* c LJF Lagas b BE Street 41 0 0 0
SA Edwards+ c BHG Gorlee b MW Hay 36 0 0 0
ZDA van Baren c AJ Staal b BR Itagi 7 0 0 0
JD Schoonheim b JW Damhuis 15 0 0 0
MN Kamawi c AO Wiffen b HC Overdijk 6 0 0 0
A Said not out 8 0 0 0
PJ Fletcher not out 5 0 0 0
extras (b1 lb7 w8 nb0) 16
TOTAL 9 wickets for 198
FOW
1-22(CL Rutgers) 2-35(SP van Lent) 3-36(DM Mullett) 4-117(MP O'Dowd) 5-125(PM Seelaar) 6-144(ZDA van Baren) 7-175(JD Schoonheim) 8-182(SA Edwards) 9-185(MN Kamawi)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
JW Damhuis 9 1 36 2
HC Overdijk 10 2 34 2
BE Street 9 1 28 2
BR Itagi 10 0 47 2
MW Hay 10 1 36 1
A Ismail 2 0 9 0
HCC I 1st Innings 199/4 (Overs 42.5)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
BR Itagi c ZDA van Baren b PM Seelaar 35 0 0 0
AO Wiffen c SA Edwards b A Said 3 0 0 0
AJ Staal* c SA Edwards b A Said 77 0 0 0
BE Street not out 52 0 0 0
BHG Gorlee c ZDA van Baren b CL Rutgers 5 0 0 0
HC Overdijk not out 12 0 0 0
MW Hay dnb
DL Walhain dnb
LJF Lagas+ dnb
A Ismail dnb
JW Damhuis dnb
extras (b0 lb0 w15 nb0) 15
TOTAL 4 wickets for 199
FOW
1-16(AO Wiffen) 2-92(BR Itagi) 3-166(AJ Staal) 4-177(BHG Gorlee)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
PJ Fletcher 6 1 23 0
A Said 10 0 47 2
PM Seelaar 6 2 12 1
ZDA van Baren 3 0 29 0
MN Kamawi 7 0 32 0
JD Schoonheim 3 0 21 0
CL Rutgers 7.5 0 35 1

Scorecard | Excelsior vs Dosti | 10.06.19

Excelsior 20 I Vs Dosti United I
1-Innings Match Played At Thurlede, Schiedam, 10-Jun-2019, Topklasse
Excelsior 20 I Win by 10 wkts
Round 8
Toss won by Dosti United I
Umpires RJ Akram – HM Butt
Scorers EM Heggelman – R Seetal
Home Side Excelsior 20 I
Comment Rain stopped play, Exclesior 89-0 (22 overs); match reduced to 46 overs, revised target 142
Points Awarded Dosti United I 0, Excelsior 20 I 2
Dosti United I 1st Innings 151/9 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
RI Ahmed+ c RTF Verhagen b BA Parchment 0 5 0 0
A Bali c SG Shankar b RWA van Troost 18 48 3 0
TS Kohli b TJ Heggelman 8 17 1 0
S Ghori run out NT Etman/BA Parchment 0 2 0 0
VAB Tewarie* b LT Ingram 38 105 2 0
A Singh c J Kroesen b NT Etman 0 15 0 0
A Davids not out 48 78 2 2
M Hans b LT Ingram 4 13 0 0
W Masood lbw b UF Baker 7 7 0 1
Arief Hoseinbaks c BA Parchment b UF Baker 0 2 0 0
Asief Hoseinbaks not out 6 9 0 0
extras (b7 lb0 w14 nb1) 22
TOTAL 9 wickets for 151
FOW
1-1(RI Ahmed) 2-23(TS Kohli) 3-23(S Ghori) 4-39(A Bali) 5-46(A Singh)6-103(VAB Tewarie) 7-112(M Hans) 8-119(W Masood) 9-119(Arief Hoseinbaks)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BA Parchment 8 0 27 1 3 1
TJ Heggelman 5 0 13 1 4
RWA van Troost 10 3 23 1 2
NT Etman 7 2 13 1 3
UF Baker 10 0 43 2 1
LT Ingram 10 1 25 2 1
Excelsior 20 I 1st Innings 147/0 (Overs 35)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
TC Etman not out 66 86 6 0
RTF Verhagen+ not out 63 127 4 1
LT Ingram dnb
BA Parchment dnb
J Kroesen dnb
DA Woutersen dnb
TJ Heggelman* dnb
SG Shankar dnb
RWA van Troost dnb
UF Baker dnb
NT Etman dnb
extras (b0 lb2 w13 nb3) 18
TOTAL 0 wickets for 147
FOW
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
A Davids 4 0 24 0 4 1
TS Kohli 2 0 12 0 6
A Bali 5 0 15 0
A Singh 4 0 17 0 1
M Hans 5 0 15 0
Asief Hoseinbaks 8 1 22 0 2 1
W Masood 4 0 22 0
VAB Tewarie 3 0 18 0

Scorecard | HBS vs Excelsior | 08.06.19

HBS I Vs Excelsior 20 I
1-Innings Match Played At Craeyenhout, Den Haag, 08-Jun-2019, Topklasse
Excelsior 20 I Win by 3 wkts
Round 7
Toss won by HBS I
Umpires R Kaulingfreks – Ali Mohammed
Scorers MAP Wiegers – EM Heggelman
Home Side HBS I
Comment Match reduced to 30 overs
Points Awarded HBS I 0, Excelsior 20 I 2
HBS I 1st Innings 195/4 Closed (Overs 30)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
ZW Elkin not out 77 101 7 1
TP Visée*+ b BA Parchment 28 17 3 1
SP Gomes c BA Parchment b LT Ingram 43 34 6 1
W Barresi b S Bhatti 19 15 3 0
A Ahmed run out TC Etman 0 2 0 0
ZN Gibson not out 21 12 3 1
Navjit Singh dnb
WT Coster dnb
JI de Mey dnb
BA Westdijk dnb
F Khan dnb
extras (b4 lb1 w1 nb1) 7
TOTAL 4 wickets for 195
FOW
1-44(TP Visée) 2-121(SP Gomes) 3-151(W Barresi) 4-151(A Ahmed)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
LT Ingram 5 0 37 1
BA Parchment 6 0 39 1 1
TJ Heggelman 6 0 40 0 1
S Bhatti 5 1 22 1
RWA van Troost 4 0 20 0
UF Baker 4 0 32 0
Excelsior 20 I 1st Innings 201/7 (Overs 29.5)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
TC Etman b BA Westdijk 10 19 1 0
RTF Verhagen+ c ZW Elkin b F Khan 15 24 2 0
LT Ingram c BA Westdijk b ZN Gibson 79 58 10 1
BA Parchment c TP Visée b W Barresi 37 31 4 0
J Kroesen c A Ahmed b W Barresi 12 24 0 0
DA Woutersen c W Barresi b BA Westdijk 7 6 1 0
SG Shankar not out 10 8 1 0
TJ Heggelman* b WT Coster 2 2 0 0
UF Baker not out 12 7 0 1
RWA van Troost dnb
S Bhatti dnb
extras (b0 lb4 w13 nb0) 17
TOTAL 7 wickets for 201
FOW
1-20(TC Etman) 2-34(RTF Verhagen) 3-126(BA Parchment) 4-168(J Kroesen) 5-175(DA Woutersen) 6-177(LT Ingram) 7-184(TJ Heggelman)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
WT Coster 5 1 22 1 2
BA Westdijk 6 0 28 2 1
ZN Gibson 6 1 32 1 3
F Khan 5.5 0 54 1 4
W Barresi 6 0 48 2 1
JI de Mey 1 0 13 0 2