|Toss won by||Quick Haag I|
|Umpires||AND van den Dries – P Muthucumaru|
|Scorers||JWM Krulder – R Seetal|
|Home Side||Quick Haag I|
|Points Awarded||Dosti United I 2, Quick Haag I 0|
|VAB Tewarie*||lbw||b JG Bista||18||45||3||0|
|RI Ahmed+||c&b JG Bista||40||62||5||1|
|TS Kohli||c JG Bista||b GMC Mol||27||37||4||0|
|M Hafeez||not out||64||75||5||0|
|Vimal Tewarie||lbw||b GMC Mol||7||13||1||0|
|A Davids||c TJB Landheer||b GMC Mol||9||17||1||0|
|M Hans||c TJB Landheer||b GMC Mol||7||23||0||0|
|S Ghori||c D Vierling||b SB Davey||2||7||0||0|
|Asief Hoseinbaks||run out SB Davey/D Vierling||0||5||0||0|
|W Masood||b MI Khan||14||14||0||1|
|Arief Hoseinbaks||c D Vierling||b JA Brand||1||3||0||0|
|extras||(b1 lb5 w13 nb1)||20|
|TOTAL||10 wickets for||209|
|1-44(VAB Tewarie) 2-74(RI Ahmed) 3-97(TS Kohli) 4-114(Vimal Tewarie) 5-137(A Davids) 6-162(M Hans) 7-170(S Ghori) 8-171(Asief Hoseinbaks) 9-200(W Masood) 10-207(Arief Hoseinbaks)|
|MB van Schelven||3||0||13||0||–||–|
|JG Bista||c RI Ahmed||b A Davids||19||32||1||1|
|LW Stokkers||c A Davids||b W Masood||11||16||1||0|
|SB Davey||b W Masood||0||7||0||0|
|GMC Mol||lbw||b M Hans||7||14||1||0|
|RR Rooda||b M Hafeez||6||18||0||1|
|JA Brand*||lbw||b M Hafeez||5||18||0||0|
|D Vierling+||st RI Ahmed||b M Hafeez||5||18||0||0|
|MB van Schelven||c A Davids||b M Hafeez||4||17||0||0|
|S Ekelmans||c M Hafeez||b Asief Hoseinbaks||3||17||0||0|
|TJB Landheer||lbw||b M Hafeez||0||5||0||0|
|MI Khan||not out||2||14||0||0|
|extras||(b0 lb0 w9 nb0)||9|
|TOTAL||10 wickets for||71|
|1-30(LW Stokkers) 2-30(JG Bista) 3-30(SB Davey) 4-44(GMC Mol) 5-49(RR Rooda) 6-50(JA Brand) 7-64(MB van Schelven) 8-66(D Vierling) 9-67(TJB Landheer) 10-71(S Ekelmans)|
|Toss won by||Sparta I|
|Umpires||HM Butt – Z Hussain|
|Scorers||A Smelt – MAP Wiegers|
|Home Side||Sparta I|
|Points Awarded||HBS I 2, Sparta I 0|
|W Barresi||lbw||b M Bukhari||1||8||0||0|
|TP Visée*+||run out||8||25||0||0|
|Navjit Singh||c AF Buurman||b U Saleem||24||60||2||0|
|J Morgan||b U Saleem||36||37||2||1|
|SP Gomes||lbw||b JM Snoep||11||16||1||0|
|A Ahmed||run out||26||45||4||0|
|WT Coster||run out||12||39||0||0|
|J de Mey||st AF Buurman||b F Iqbal||7||25||1||0|
|BA Westdijk||b D Muhammed||23||21||1||1|
|F Khan||b M Bukhari||1||5||0||0|
|NE Wisse||not out||5||14||0||0|
|extras||(b2 lb0 w4 nb0)||6|
|TOTAL||10 wickets for||160|
|1-2(W Barresi) 2-25(TP Visée) 3-66(Navjit Singh) 4-74(J Morgan) 5-84(SP Gomes)6-116(A Ahmed) 7-127(WT Coster) 8-137(J de Mey) 9-138(F Khan) 10-160(BA Westdijk)|
|TIM de Kok||5||1||14||0||2||–|
|CP Ambrose||c J Morgan||b F Khan||18||18||2||0|
|M Bukhari||b BA Westdijk||0||2||0||0|
|TIM de Kok||b WT Coster||0||4||0||0|
|MA Pollard||b BA Westdijk||7||17||1||0|
|F Iqbal||lbw||b BA Westdijk||0||1||0||0|
|AF Buurman+||c J Morgan||b Navjit Singh||17||24||1||0|
|U Ishfaq||b W Barresi||12||36||2||0|
|JM Snoep*||c J Morgan||b F Khan||0||5||0||0|
|D Muhammed||lbw||b Navjit Singh||1||6||0||0|
|U Saleem||b BA Westdijk||4||5||0||0|
|S Sardha||not out||0||4||0||0|
|extras||(b0 lb0 w2 nb0)||2|
|TOTAL||10 wickets for||61|
|1-1(M Bukhari) 2-2(TIM de Kok) 3-25(MA Pollard) 4-25(F Iqbal) 5-29(CP Ambrose) 6-49(AF Buurman) 7-50(JM Snoep) 8-57(D Muhammed) 9-59(U Ishfaq) 10-61(U Saleem)|
|Toss won by||HCC I|
|Umpires||F Gruijters – DJ Kalloe|
|Scorers||N Kaulingfreks – K Pattiselanno|
|Home Side||HCC I|
|Points Awarded||VOC I 2, HCC I 0|
|SA Edwards+||not out||90||153||3||1|
|CL Rutgers||lbw||b R Ninan||14||14||2||0|
|ZDA van Baren||lbw||b HC Overdijk||14||27||1||1|
|MP O'Dowd||lbw||b AA Qasim||0||2||0||0|
|PM Seelaar*||b BE Street||53||66||4||0|
|MAA Jamil||b R Ninan||14||17||1||0|
|JD Schoonheim||b HC Overdijk||10||8||0||1|
|FJ Klaassen||c AJ Staal||b HC Overdijk||0||1||0||0|
|UF Baker||b AA Qasim||1||4||0||0|
|BW Hanif||b HC Overdijk||2||7||0||0|
|PJ Fletcher||not out||2||4||0||0|
|extras||(b1 lb3 w2 nb0)||6|
|TOTAL||9 wickets for||206|
|1-24(CL Rutgers) 2-50(ZDA van Baren) 3-51(MP O'Dowd) 4-142(PM Seelaar) 5-168(MAA Jamil) 6-180(JD Schoonheim) 7-180(FJ Klaassen) 8-184(UF Baker) 9-193(BW Hanif)|
|JZ-X van Kessel||2||0||14||0||–||–|
|BE Street||c SA Edwards||b FJ Klaassen||3||10||0||0|
|AJ Staal||c UF Baker||b BW Hanif||13||36||1||0|
|BHG Gorlee||lbw||b FJ Klaassen||0||1||0||0|
|HC Overdijk||c MP O'Dowd||b BW Hanif||22||52||3||0|
|R Ninan||not out||45||60||1||2|
|MBS Jonkman*||b PM Seelaar||3||13||0||0|
|LJF Lagas+||run out||0||2||0||0|
|AA Qasim||c JD Schoonheim||b MAA Jamil||13||26||2||0|
|T Peters||c PM Seelaar||b PJ Fletcher||3||27||0||0|
|JZ-X van Kessel||c PM Seelaar||b BW Hanif||12||18||0||1|
|RR Bijloos||b MAA Jamil||1||2||0||0|
|extras||(b1 lb4 w7 nb0)||12|
|TOTAL||10 wickets for||127|
|1-5(BE Street) 2-5(BHG Gorlee) 3-41(AJ Staal) 4-44(HC Overdijk) 5-49(MBS Jonkman) 6-49(LJF Lagas) 7-80(AA Qasim) 8-97(T Peters) 9-125(JZ-X van Kessel)10-127(RR Bijloos)|
|Toss won by||Punjab I|
|Umpires||R Kaulingfreks – WPM van Liemt|
|Scorers||DC Schinkel – N Mohammed|
|Home Side||ACC I|
|Points Awarded||ACC I 0, Punjab I 2|
|AA Zulfiqar+||c A Masood||b AK Bamunusinghe||16||56||0||0|
|R Zulfiqar||c A Khan||b A Masood||30||36||3||2|
|SM Zulfiqar*||lbw||b BI Vorster||45||65||0||0|
|SR Rasool||b BI Vorster||6||22||0||0|
|SA Zulfiqar||not out||67||64||5||1|
|MA Raza||c M Latif||b BI Vorster||2||7||0||0|
|Ahmed Zulfiqar||c A Masood||b MA Saleemi||29||44||0||1|
|DJ Botha||not out||1||6||0||0|
|extras||(b1 lb1 w6 nb0)||8|
|TOTAL||6 wickets for||204|
|1-44(R Zulfiqar) 2-55(AA Zulfiqar) 3-89(SR Rasool) 4-122(SM Zulfiqar) 5-126(MA Raza) 6-185(Ahmed Zulfiqar)|
|SJ Myburgh||not out||101||95||9||3|
|A Raza||b SM Zulfiqar||73||61||8||3|
|A Khan||c AA Zulfiqar||b MA Raza||13||29||1||0|
|A Masood||not out||3||5||0||0|
|extras||(b0 lb3 w12 nb0)||15|
|TOTAL||2 wickets for||205|
|1-163(A Raza) 2-189(A Khan)|
|Toss won by||VRA I|
|Umpires||Ali Mohammed – JPAW Molenaar|
|Scorers||EM Heggelman – T Jansen Schoonhov|
|Home Side||Excelsior 20 I|
|Points Awarded||VRA I 0, Excelsior 20 I 2|
|V Singh||run out RWA van Troost||21||27||3||0|
|DJ ter Braak||c RTF Verhagen||b TJ Heggelman||8||21||1||0|
|BN Cooper||c RTF Verhagen||b TJ Heggelman||11||12||2||0|
|ES Szwarczynski+||lbw||b S Bhatti||0||2||0||0|
|PW Borren||c RWA van Troost||b TJ Heggelman||5||8||1||0|
|E van den Burg*||b S Bhatti||1||4||0||0|
|LA Turmaine||run out DA Woutersen||10||38||1||0|
|QWM Gunning||b LT Ingram||15||53||1||0|
|MAK Raja||st RTF Verhagen||b LT Ingram||28||69||1||0|
|MG Dunlop||run out RTF Verhagen||57||67||5||2|
|VJ Kingma||not out||2||6||0||0|
|extras||(b0 lb4 w7 nb7)||18|
|TOTAL||10 wickets for||176|
|1-27(V Singh) 2-39(BN Cooper) 3-40(ES Szwarczynski) 4-47(PW Borren) 5-47(DJ ter Braak) 6-50(E van den Burg) 7-79(LA Turmaine) 8-79(QWM Gunning) 9-161(MAK Raja) 10-176(MG Dunlop)|
|RWA van Troost||5||0||25||0||2||–|
|TC Etman||c ES Szwarczynski||b PW Borren||21||34||1||1|
|RTF Verhagen+||c ES Szwarczynski||b VJ Kingma||0||8||0||0|
|SG Shankar||run out MG Dunlop||6||10||1||0|
|LT Ingram||c E van den Burg||b MAK Raja||25||59||0||1|
|JR Hilditch||not out||62||103||3||0|
|J Kroesen||c E van den Burg||b MG Dunlop||12||22||1||0|
|TJ Heggelman*||lbw||b PW Borren||13||23||0||0|
|DA Woutersen||c&b LA Turmaine||4||13||0||0|
|GG Kroesen||not out||9||18||0||0|
|RWA van Troost||dnb|
|extras||(b0 lb0 w24 nb1)||25|
|TOTAL||7 wickets for||177|
|1-5(RTF Verhagen) 2-19(SG Shankar) 3-38(TC Etman) 4-79(LT Ingram) 5-103(J Kroesen) 6-132(TJ Heggelman) 7-142(DA Woutersen)|
|DJ ter Braak||3||0||18||0||1||–|
Rod Lyall 09/05/18
The traditional Ascension Day fixtures on Thursday feature a clash between two of last weekend’s surprise winners, Quick Haag and Dosti United Amsterdam, at the former’s Nieuw Hanenburg ground.
It also brings into direct confrontation two of the overseas players, both Indian, who made the greatest impression in the opening round: Dosti’s Taruwar Kohli (Punjab), whose chanceless 115 not out was the first century of the new Topklasse season, and Quick’s Jay Bista (Mumbai), who took three for 23 on debut in his side’s three-wicket victory over VRA Amsterdam.
Bista’s arrival at Nieuw Hanenburg, along with New Zealander Sean Davey, looks to have compensated Quick to some degree for their loss of international opener Wesley Barresi and the long-serving Henk-Jan Mol, while Dosti, thanks to the batting of Kohli, Rahil Ahmed and Mohammad Hafeez, were never really stretched in their 81-run win against VOC Rotterdam.
Thursday’s contest will give us a clearer perspective on the relative strengths of both these sides, one of whom will be guaranteed at least a share of the early running in the Topklasse’s packed May programme.
Sparta 1888 also made a promising start to their campaign, and what was particularly encouraging about their six-wicket victory over HCC was the way in which, even without Riaan Jeggels and Warren Bell, they fought back after their visitors had established a firm initial platform.
The Capelle side have a well-balanced attack, led by Mudassar Bukhari and Dost Muhammed, backed up by the seam of Usman Saleem and skipper Joost Martijn Snoep as well as Faisal Iqbal’s spin, and in Michael Pollard they have an overseas player who seems well equipped to score plenty of runs in the middle order.
They will again have home advantage on Thursday, when they take on HBS Den Haag at Sportpark Bermweg.
HBS’s powerful batting lineup failed to fire against ACC on Saturday, only Sharn Gomes coming good as his side chased a target of 234, and they will need two or more of Wesley Barresi, Tobias Visée, Navjit Singh and Jaron Morgan to give him greater support if they are to recover from that setback.
The clash between Barresi and Visée on the one hand and Bukhari and Dost Muhammed on the other could well be one of the highlights of what looks like an intriguing encounter.
HCC’s decline on Saturday from a potentially winning position will have given Mark Jonkman’s side cause for serious reflection, and it is already clear that the Diepput outfit will be missing the resilience of leading run-scorer Jonathan Vandiar.
He dug them out of some difficult situations in recent seasons, stiffening a middle order which looked all too vulnerable against Sparta, and that absence will throw even greater weight upon the top three, Bryce Street, Tonny Staal and Boris Gorlee, while Ryan Ninan and Hidde Overdijk will also have a crucial role if HCC are to set – or chase – decent totals.
They will have their first chance to rectify matters at De Diepput on Thursday, when they entertain VOC Rotterdam, who were also disappointing in going down to Dosti United last Sunday.
One of the strongest sides in the competition on paper, a VOC attack which includes internationals Fred Klaassen, Ahsan Malik Jamil and Pieter Seelaar, as well as seamers Pierce Fletcher and Bobby Hanif and spinner Umar Baker, was able to make little impression on the Dosti top order, while the batsmen struggled against a disciplined opposing attack.
It can only be a matter of time before VOC realise their very considerable potential, but Dosti did enough on Sunday to show they cannot be taken lightly.
Another of the sides which underperformed on the opening day, VRA Amsterdam, travel to Schiedam to take on Excelsior ‘20, who once again took up the battle where they had left off last season.
The defending champions looked as strong as ever as they cruised to an eight-wicket victory over Punjab Rotterdam, with Lorenzo Ingram and James Hilditch again leading from the front, and VRA will need to raise their game considerably if they are to trouble their hosts.
Early-season rustiness can scarcely explain a VRA side which includes Ben Cooper, Eric Szwarczynski and Peter Borren, as well as openers Vikram Singh and Daan ter Braak, being bowled out for 124, and although the bowlers did well to keep their team in the game, a much more disciplined effort will be needed against Excelsior.
The Schiedammers are, of course, a much more experienced outfit than they were in their first championship season two years ago, and they seem virtually certain to be at the heart of the title race. That said, VRA are perfectly capable of bouncing back fast, and their potentially explosive batting and very considerable bowling resources are both strong enough to give Excelsior a serious run for their money.
At Het Loopveld West ACC, the fifth of last weekend’s winners, will be at home to Punjab, and looking to build on that opening victory over HBS.
The Rotterdammers remain something of an unknown quantity, and all the more so because they had to begin their campaign against as formidable opponents as Excelsior. But they did enough, especially with the bat, to indicate that last year’s mid-table position wasn’t a flash in the pan, and they will travel to Amstelveen hopeful of causing problems for an ACC side which remains far too dependent upon the Zulfiqar brothers and their overseas players.
But the Zulfiqars looked to be in great early-season form last weekend, and unless Punjab can find a way of neutralizing that threat a home win looks to be on the cards.
Rod Lyall’s I’m-not-sure-why-I-do-this predictions:
Quick, Sparta, VOC, Excelsior, ACC.
Rod Lyall 07/05/18
The glorious unpredictability of cricket was fully in evidence on a sun-drenched opening weekend of the Topklasse season, as sides which had often been remoulded over the winter battled for early advantage.
The one constant was a first-day win for defending champions Excelsior ’20, who cruised to an eight-wicket victory over Punjab Rotterdam at Het Zomercomplex. The home side did well to reach 231, recovering from 147 for seven after Stef Myburgh had got them off to a quickfire start with a 30-ball 35 which included four fours and two sixes.
Thereafter Excelsior’s bowlers worked their way through Punjab’s batting, until Assad Saleemi and Mohammad Latif turned things round with an eighth-wicket stand of 80, 58 of them coming from Latif, who hit four sixes in an aggressive 54-ball innings.
But the champions were untroubled in chasing down this target, Tim Etman and Roel Verhagen getting them off to a strong start with an opening stand of 82, and Etman going on to make 62 before he was the second to depart with the score on 115.
James Hilditch now joined Lorenzo Ingram at the crease, and the two overseas players added 117 in an unbroken third-wicket partnership, Ingram just missing out on his century with an undefeated, 108-ball 95, including seven fours and five sixes, while Hilditch contributed a steady 39.
Early speculation about who Excelsior’s main rivals might be was thrown into confusion elsewhere, not least in the Amsterdamse Bos, where VRA were bundled out for 124 by Quick Haag in just 39.2 overs.
Only Ben Cooper (51) was able to make a significant contribution, with skipper Emile van den Burg and last man Viv Kingma the only others to reach double figures. Newly-arrived overseas player Jay Bista and left-arm spinner Thijs van Schelven picked up three wickets apiece, for 23 and 12 runs respectively.
Quick made heavy weather of their reply, as VRA’s international new-ball pairing of Quirijn Gunning (two for 30) and Viv Kingma (three for 28) claimed five wickets between them, Sean Davey leading the way for the Hanen with 39. When Davey departed the total was 86 for five, and VRA fought hard all the way. But Stefan Ekelmans and Mart Spruit were able to see their side home to a tense two-wicket win.
Sparta 1888, on their return to the top flight, may have been without two key players in Riaan Jeggels and Warren Bell, but they nevertheless proved too strong for HCC at Sportpark Bermweg, fighting back convincingly after the visitors, after electing to bat, had reached 111 for one at 30 overs.
The base for this platform was built in an opening stand of 75 between Bryce Street and Tonny Staal, and after the latter departed, bowled by Joost Martijn Snoep for 39, Street and Boris Gorlee continued to bat with concentration and discipline. Two moments of poor judgement undid the good work, however: first Street, on 45, ran himself our looking for an impossible single, and then Gorlee, who had made 35, tried to hit Usman Saleem over the top and was caught at mid-on.
That swung the game Sparta’s way, and HCC could only reach 176 for nine in their remaining overs. Seamers Mudassar Bukhari, Dost Muhammed and Usman Saleem all bowled well at the back end, ensuring that the target was a more modest one than had seemed likely earlier in the day.
HCC fought hard when Sparta replied, and with Ali Ahmed Qasim the pick of the bowlers they did their best to contain the home side’s batsmen. But it was wickets they needed, and an uncharacteristically quiet innings of 23 from Bukhari and a solid 45 from Tim de Kok ensured that Sparta stayed in touch with their target.
It was New Zealander Michael Pollard, however, who took the game away from the Hagenaars, unleashing some splendid cover drives in an undefeated knock of 55 and sharing in a valuable fourth-wicket partnership of 52 with Faisal Iqbal, and Sparta secured their six-wicket victory with almost four overs to spare.
At Craeyenhout, ACC were once again greatly indebted to the Zulfiqar family for their 18-run win against HBS. Skipper Saqib and triplet brother Sikander each made 51 and elder brother Rehmet contributed 37, Ali Raza chipping in with 31 not out as the Amsterdammers reached 233 for eight.
It might have been more but for three run-outs, while of the HBS bowlers Wesley Barresi was the most successful with two for 34.
233 is not a massive total on the artificial outfield at Craeyenhout, but ACC’s defence of it was led by young Aryan Kumar, who removed both the dangerous HBS openers, Barresi and skipper Tobias Visée by the time 32 runs were on the board.
Sharn Gomes again proved his value to his side by making 64 at almost a run a ball, but with Sikander Zulfiqar taking three for 20 and Kumar claiming another to finish with three for 47, it was ACC who ultimately prevailed. Rehmet Zulfiqar’s dismissal of Gomes with 38 still needed, only three wickets remaining at that point, was the decisive moment, and HBS finished 19 short of their target.
A remodelled VOC Rotterdam are another of the fancied sides in this season’s Topklasse, but they encountered Dosti United’s Taruwar Kohli in supreme form when they made the trip to Sportpark Drieburg on Sunday.
The Indian batsman made a chanceless unbeaten 115 in his side’s total of 246 for three, coming from 133 balls with ten fours and a six, and he was ably assisted by Rahil Ahmed, whose 70 contributed to a second-wicket stand of 142 after VOC skipper Pieter Seelaar had won the toss and put the home side in.
It was always going to be a formidable task, and although Corey Rutgers got his new side off to a decent start with 41, VOC were never really on top. Seelaar (36) and Ahsan Malik Jamil (27) kept them in the hunt with a dogged fifth-wicket stand of 70 against a disciplined Dosti, but the asking rate continued to grow, and when Seelaar holed out on the midwicket boundary trying to create some much-needed momentum it started an avalanche of wickets.
Five wickets fell in the space of ten deliveries without the addition of a run, and despite some late resistance from Bobby Hanif and Pierce Fletcher, the innings closed on 165, giving Dosti aa 81-run victory. Mohammad Hafeez finished with four for 29, while Kohli capped a memorable day with three for 11.
The campaign will resume on Thursday, with a full round of matches on the Ascension Day holiday.
|Toss won by||VOC I|
|Umpires||PGHA van Giezen – ML Hancock|
|Scorers||R Seetal – F van Lent|
|Home Side||Dosti United I|
|Points Awarded||Dosti United I 2, VOC I 0|
|VAB Tewarie*||lbw||b FJ Klaassen||4||14||0||0|
|RI Ahmed+||c SA Edwards||b FJ Klaassen||70||117||1||3|
|TS Kohli||not out||115||133||10||1|
|M Hafeez||c SA Edwards||b MAA Jamil||34||30||3||1|
|A Davids||not out||8||6||1||0|
|extras||(b3 lb4 w8 nb0)||15|
|TOTAL||3 wickets for||246|
|1-13(VAB Tewarie) 2-155(RI Ahmed) 3-228(M Hafeez)|
|SA Edwards+||b W Masood||14||33||2||0|
|CL Rutgers||c Vimal Tewarie||b M Hafeez||41||77||4||0|
|ZDA van Baren||lbw||b M Hans||20||32||3||0|
|MP O’Dowd||c Vimal Tewarie||b M Hafeez||8||9||1||0|
|PM Seelaar*||c Arief Hoseinbaks||b TS Kohli||36||44||2||1|
|MAA Jamil||c Vimal Tewarie||b M Hafeez||27||46||1||0|
|JD Schoonheim||c Asief Hoseinbaks||b TS Kohli||0||1||0||0|
|FJ Klaassen||c M Hans||b TS Kohli||0||2||0||0|
|UF Baker||c RI Ahmed||b M Hafeez||0||4||0||0|
|BW Hanif||c M Hans||b Arief Hoseinbaks||3||9||0||0|
|P Fletcher||not out||7||15||1||0|
|extras||(b1 lb1 w7 nb0)||9|
|TOTAL||10 wickets for||165|
|1-40(SA Edwards) 2-73(CL Rutgers) 3-83(MP O’Dowd) 4-83(ZDA van Baren) 5-153(PM Seelaar) 6-153(JD Schoonheim) 7-153(MAA Jamil) 8-153(UF Baker)9-153(FJ Klaassen) 10-165(BW Hanif)|
|Toss won by||ACC I|
|Umpires||MA Din – R Kaulingfreks|
|Home Side||HBS I|
|Points Awarded||ACC I 2, HBS I 0|
|AA Zulfiqar||c TP Visée||b BA Westdijk||1||11||0||0|
|R Zulfiqar||b Navjit Singh||37||52||7||0|
|SM Zulfiqar*||run out||51||69||4||1|
|RH Frenz+||b NE Wisse||22||42||2||0|
|SA Zulfiqar||b W Barresi||51||63||3||1|
|SR Rasool||run out||16||19||2||0|
|MA Raza||not out||31||38||1||0|
|D Botha||run out||0||0||0||0|
|S Potdar||b W Barresi||2||3||0||0|
|A Kumar||not out||1||4||0||0|
|extras||(b4 lb5 w12 nb0)||21|
|TOTAL||8 wickets for||233|
|1-6(AA Zulfiqar) 2-79(R Zulfiqar) 3-108(SM Zulfiqar) 4-142(RH Frenz) 5-172(SR Rasool) 6-220(SA Zulfiqar) 7-222(D Botha) 8-228(S Potdar)|
|J de Mey||4||0||22||0||–||–|
|W Barresi||c MA Raza||b A Kumar||12||9||3||0|
|TP Visée*+||b A Kumar||12||12||2||0|
|Navjit Singh||b MA Raza||12||42||1||0|
|J Morgan||c SR Rasool||b SA Zulfiqar||28||34||3||0|
|SP Gomes||c SM Zulfiqar||b R Zulfiqar||64||67||3||1|
|A Ahmed||c R Zulfiqar||b SA Zulfiqar||29||78||2||0|
|WT Coster||c D Botha||b A Kumar||13||17||1||0|
|J de Mey||run out||10||14||1||0|
|BA Westdijk||b R Zulfiqar||2||7||0||0|
|F Khan||c SM Zulfiqar||b SA Zulfiqar||5||3||1||0|
|NE Wisse||not out||0||2||0||0|
|extras||(b1 lb2 w24 nb1)||28|
|TOTAL||10 wickets for||215|
|1-13(W Barresi) 2-32(TP Visée) 3-73(J Morgan) 4-77(Navjit Singh) 5-159(A Ahmed) 6-183(WT Coster) 7-196(SP Gomes) 8-205(J de Mey) 9-206(BA Westdijk) 10-215(F Khan)|