ACC vs Dosti-United at het Loopveld – 19/05/18
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ACC vs Dosti-United at het Loopveld – 19/05/18
ACC vs Dosti-United at het Loopveld – 19/05/18
scorecard | as it happened
Bertus de Jong & Rod Lyall 18/05/18
BdJ: The first round of this coming Topklasse double weekend is set to kick off a tad earlier than usual at de Diepput, where HCC and Quick Haag will be getting underway an hour early to leave ample time for HCC’s 140-year Jubilee celebrations in the evening. Quick will be looking to spoil the party, but with the Hanen in a dreadful rut of form it would certainly be an upset. Quick’s batting has looked fragile all season and only their only points so far have come from a surprise win against an undercooked VRA side in the season opener. Overseas signings Jay Bista and Sean Davey have not really taken to Dutch conditions so far, and a Quick side in the midst of rebuilding will need them to come good quickly if they are to stay afloat.
Their hosts meanwhile will be full of confidence, coming off the back of their Ali Ahmed-inspired demolition of HBS last week. HCC’s own new signing, Australian Bryce Street, seems to have adjusted rather more quickly, hitting his maiden Topklasse fifty last week as well as lending some variety to the pace attack. With Ryan Ninan pairing Ahmed in the spin section HCC have the look of a balanced team, though the batting still looks rather brittle without Jonathan Vandiar to underpin it. Nonetheless Quick this season have not looked the side to take advantage.
RL: After a slow start HCC suddenly found another gear against HBS on Sunday, although they have some way to go before they can be seen as one of the stronger teams in the competition. The batting does, indeed, lack real conviction, but there is little evidence that Quick are in a position to cause them major problems. The Nieuw Hanenburg outfit were never in the game against VOC last week, and the bowling looked, if anything, even more dispirited than the batting.
BdJ: Meanwhile defending Champions Excelsior ‘20 will welcome the widely-tipped VOC Rotterdam to Thurlede looking to extend their latest unbeaten run. VOC have recovered from an upset opening defeat away at Dosti to win their next two games convincingly, but have yet to fully live up to the pre-season hype. Of their batch of eye-catching new signings only keeper-bat Scott Edwards has really delivered thus far, and they will be without skipper first-choice spinner Pieter Seelaar when they head to Schiedam due to bereavement, young Seb van Lent returning to the side in his place.
Nonetheless the Rotterdammers pose a serious threat to Excelsior’s nascent streak, with Ahsan Malik and Fred Klaassen as capable of taking advantage of Thurlede’s occasionally two-speed pitch as the host’s own disciplined young seamers. Early wickets will likely be key one way or the other, with limited batting depth the key weakness of both sides. James Hilditch’s especially will be the scalp VOC will be looking for, together with that of the evergreen Lorenzo Ingram, whilst the hosts will want to see Edwards and Corey Rutgers back in the pavilion as soon as possible.
RL: This should be the game of the round, with Excelsior’s established, twice-champion outfit taking on a VOC side which, as m’ colleague points out, has yet to deliver its full potential. But the VOC attack was in complete command against a disappointing Quick side, and even without Pieter Seelaar they have the variety to test Tom Heggelman’s team.
BdJ: Also unbeaten thus far, to the surprise of many, are the perhaps rather underrated Dosti-United, who will meet Amsterdam rivals ACC at het Loopveld on Saturday. The Dosti middle order of Mohammad Hafeez, new overseas Anees Davids and especially Taruwar Kohli have proved the backbone of their success thus far, whilst sometime national team prospect Rahil Ahmed seems to have recaptured some of his old confidence.
ACC meanwhile remain thankful that the unduly less-celebrated Rehmat Zulfiqar was blessed with three younger brothers at once, the four Zulfiqars and their semi-retired father still providing the backbone of the batting order. New overseas keeper Richardt Frenz has yet to make a significant impact for his side, having missed one of their three matches due to illness, but with his return the visitors arguably have the advantage in batting depth. That aside there’s really little to pick between the two Amsterdam sides, though on current form probably Dosti have momentum on their side.
RL: ACC and Dosti have provided some memorable encounters in recent years, and this one should be no exception. In a crowded table matches like this acquire extra significance, and with Kohli in supreme form with the bat – and capable of chipping in with the ball as well – Dosti have fully deserved their excellent start to the campaign. If they are to maintain their challenge to Excelsior, and others’, title hopes, and having lost the chance to take a two-point advantage at the top last week, they will be especially keen to maintain the momentum at Het Loopveld.
BdJ: Fellow Amsterdammers VRA have been rather underwhelming thus far, an intimidating middle order line up of Ben Cooper, Eric Szwarczynski and Peter Borren having misfired in the early rounds, but they remain odds-on to take two points back from Bermweg when they take on Sparta on Saturday.
Nonetheless Sparta have thus far performed creditably on their return to the Topklasse with two wins from three games, and with Tim de Kok in fine form and new overseas Michael Pollard looking sound pick the absence of last season’s stalwarts Riaan Jeggels and Warren Bell has not proved too costly. Dost Mohammad has grown into his role as new-ball partner to former Netherlands international Mudassar Bukhari, and at full strength the Capelle side will be no pushovers. VRA will need to shake off the early-season cobwebs if they are to avoid the stumbling start that cost them so dearly last season.
RL: Sparta’s assiduously assembled team has made a good start to the campaign, even without Jeggels and Bell, and were decidedly too strong for Punjab last week. Although Pollard has had less impact with the bat than his first-day knock suggested, he is too good a player to struggle for long, and his contribution will be needed if the Bermweg side is to hold its own against a VRA team which is capable, on its day, of beating anyone in the competition. The same applies in reverse to VRA’s international batting line-up, and on current evidence I would be inclined to tip a narrow Sparta victory here.
BdJ: HBS will look to bounce back from their disastrous outing at de Diepput last week when they take on Punjab Rotterdam at Craeyenhout, thought the vulnerability to the moving ball that Ali Ahmed exposed in their top order will doubtless give their opponents hope of taking two points back to Rotterdam. The big question of course remains whether they will awarded any points regardless of what happens on the field, should they indeed persist with the selection of Belgian nationals Ali Raza and Mamoon Latif, whom the KNCB have deemed ineligible as local players.
Punjab have indicated that the two will continue to play until the dispute is resolved, and the board have made clear that every in which match they appear will be awarded to the opposition. Even with Raza and Latif the Rotterdammers head to the Hague as underdogs, but there’s every chance that with them they will be earning only penalty points on Saturday.
RL: HBS and Punjab were both surprise packets last season, but the Kraaien have been less convincing so far this time round, while the eligibility dispute which hangs over Punjab makes any prediction difficult. Punjab do have a well-balanced side, whatever its legitimacy, and the departure of Corey Rutgers to VOC has removed some solidity from the HBS top order. Barresi and Visée have the ability to take any attack apart, but they have yet to maintain the fireworks for very long. If they, and Jaron Morgan, don’t pile on the runs on Saturday Punjab may prevail, but as m’ colleague points out, any victory may prove to be Pyrrhic.
BdJ’s Round 4 tips: HCC, VOC, Dosti, VRA, HBS
RL’s Round 4 tips: HCC, Excelsior, Dosti, Sparta, HBS
Bertus de Jong 17/05/18
The player-eligibility dispute between the KNCB and Punjab CC Rotterdam that has disrupted the 2018 season looks set to continue for the foreseeable future, with neither party willing to back down. Punjab’s persistence in selecting Belgian nationals Mamoon Latif and Ali Raza, whom the board has deemed to be overseas players under Article 12 of the Competitiereglement, has thus far seen them forfeit a victory against ACC Amsterdam and incur a further 6 point penalty, with the prospect of fines to follow.
Punjab maintain that Raza and Latif, as EU citizens, ought not to be counted toward their overseas quota of 2 players in the first XI, and have signaled their intent to continue to field the pair alongside their two other overseas players at least until the question is resolved. The KNCB have made clear that so long as they continue to do so, their matches will be awarded to the opposition regardless of on-field outcome (and ignored entirely for purposes of net run rate), and a two point penalty will be imposed per round. With another double weekend coming up and little prospect of compromise on either side, the wrangle has the potential to throw the Topklasse table into confusion.
The dispute now playing out so visibly on the points table has been looming since late last year, when Punjab first questioned the current KNCB regulations regarding overseas players, Punjab club secretary Ahzar Khawaja told TKcricket. Punjab’s position is that Raza and Latif, as EU citizens, have equal right to participate in what is in their case amateur sport, and that Punjab CCR will not turn them away nor force them to play below their standard, as to do so would amount to discrimination on basis of nationality. “Imagine if a public swimming pool in Belgium were to turn me away saying ‘only Belgian nationals can swim on Saturdays'” argued Khawaja. Punjab’s position, he explained, is that EU nationals and indeed any player legally resident within the Netherlands should not be discriminated against, and that in the case of the former the KNCB’s rules are likely contrary to EU law.
The board’s own position is simple, Competitieleider Alex de la Mar explained. The rules governing the definition of overseas players and the number permitted to play for a Topklasse side were commonly agreed by the KNCB and the clubs, and Punjab were informed ahead of time that they could expect to face both competitive and financial sanction if they were to exceed their quota. “As for EU law, the board’s position is that these rules are only applicable when their is a question of employment. We’re not restricting anyone’s freedom of movement or freedom to work, just enforcing the rules that the clubs agreed to.”
The two-player limit for overseas players in the Topklasse applies to any non-Netherlands passport-holder with the exception of those players who have participated in a domestic league in the Netherlands in three of the preceding four years and played a minimum of 8 matches in the immediately preceding season. The purpose of the restriction, de la Mar maintains, is to provide an opportunity for Dutch-produced youth players to gain Topklasse experience without facing undue competition from foreign talent, with a view to eventually building a stronger local player-base
Khawaja and his club are unconvinced by this reasoning, pointing to the opportunities afforded to South African or Australian dual-passport holders immediately on arrival in the country in, for example, the Dutch A-team programme of the Pro-Series. Khawaja went on to poke fun at the idea that the pair were being flown in as ringers, “I’m not really sure how you’re supposed to fly anyone from Antwerp to Rotterdam, it’s a 45 minute train-ride.” Khawaja concedes that Punjab knew ahead of time that the KNCB would deem the players to be overseas, but claims that Punjab had attempted to raise the issue well in advance of the beginning of the season. After a promised meeting to discuss the question in March never materialised, Punjab attempted to have the issue included on the agenda of the most recent ALV. In the event, when they raised the issue from the floor Khawaja feels it was given insufficient attention. “It was the end of the meeting, the discussion didn’t last ten minutes.” he told TKC.
KNCB secretary Robert Vermeulen stated that whilst general discussions regarding the KNCB’s rules on overseas players had been ongoing since late last year, the consensus was that any change ahead of the 2018 season would be unduly disruptive to clubs’ preparations, and thus any eventual changes would apply only from 2019. “We’ll be looking at moving to a system more in line with the approach they take in Scotland and Ireland for 2019” Vermeulen explained, “but the clubs and players have been preparing for the season on the basis of the current rules, it would be impractical and unfair to other clubs to have changed them this season.” Vermeulen also denied that any March meeting had been scheduled.
With both sides seemingly digging in their heels, there is little prospect of a speedy resolution. Punjab have formally lodged their objection to the sanctions thus far imposed, and the dispute has duly been referred to the Tuchtcommissie, but though both sides are keen to see the matter resolved as soon as possible no date has yet been set for a hearing. Should the Tuchtcommisie rule in favour of the board, Punjab have the option under KNCB procedure to appeal to the Commissie van Beroep.
As both committees will be guided solely by the KNCB’s own rules, which are fairly unambiguous, it seems unlikely that either would find in Punjab’s favour. Punjab, however, despite stressing that they remain willing to sit down with the KNCB and seek a mutually acceptable resolution, have signalled their willingness to take the matter further if necessary, as it is their view that the rules themselves are incompatible with EU law. As the board are no more willing to back down, it seems almost inevitable at this point that the case will not be resolved internally.
Any ensuing court case will doubtless be fascinating to those who take a healthy interest in the interpretation EU law and its various sporting ramifications, and indeed any ruling may well have consequences well beyond Dutch domestic cricket. It will also, of course, be potentially costly for either Punjab or the KNCB (most likely both) and almost certainly drag on past the end of at least the current season, leaving the entire league table in legal limbo. For the sake of the competition it is to be hoped that it does not come to that.
Rod Lyall 14/05/18
The top-of-the-table clash between Dosti United and Excelsior ’20 fell victim to the weather on Sunday, but not before Dosti’s Taruwar Kohli had posted his second century in succession at Sportpark Drieburg.
Kohli’s sixth-wicket stand of 128 with fellow-overseas player Anees Davids put the home side in a strong position when the light drizzle finally turned to serious rain and put an end to proceedings, with Dosti on 213 for eight.
Kohli made exactly 100, from 135 deliveries with nine fours and two sixes, before edging Gijs Kroesen through to keeper Roel Verhagen, while Davids, the more aggressive of the pair once he had settled, contributed a 48-ball 66 which included five fours and four sixes.
Kroesen and Rens van Troost claimed a brace of wickets apiece, but after a promising start the Excelsior attack was made to toil in the inclement conditions by two of the most accomplished batsmen in the competition.
The other match rescheduled to Sunday was unaffected by the weather, and reached a speedy conclusion: HCC’s Ali Ahmed Qasim was in supreme form with the ball, achieving career-best figures of eight for 36 as hosts HBS were shot out for 112, after reaching 30 without loss, at Craeyenhout. Wesley Barresi top-scored with 40.
HCC took just 21.3 overs to knock off the runs, with opener Bryce Street making an unbeaten 53 and sharing a second-wicket stand of 60 with Tonny Staal (33).
On Saturday, VOC Rotterdam began to fire in earnest as they hammered a disappointing Quick Haag side by 10 wickets at Hazelaarweg.
Pierce Fletcher quickly reduced the visitors to 8 for three after stand-in captain Thijs van Schelven elected to bat first, and they were eventually dismissed for 63, only Geert Maarten Mol showing any real resistance with a dogged 16.
Pieter Seelaar completed the rout, taking four for 8 in 9.5 overs of left-arm spin, and then Scott Edwards and Corey Rutgers were untroubled in reaching their target in just 8.2 overs, with Edwards striking five fours in his 33-ball 38 not out.
In the Amsterdamse Bos, VRA Amsterdam recorded their first win of the season by beating local rivals ACC in a hard-fought game.
The foundation of VRA’s total of 235 for eight was an unbeated 113 from opener Daan ter Braak, who batted throughout the innings and shared a second-wicket partnership of 76 with Ben Cooper (43). The middle order failed again, but a handy seventh-wicket stand of 64 between Ter Braak and Quirijn Gunning (20) enabled the home side to set a challenging total.
Anis Raza was the most successful of the ACC bowlers with four for 41, which Dewald Botha and Saqib Zulfiqar picked up two wickets each.
ACC’s wicketkeeper-batsman Richardt Frenz led the chase with 63, supported by Saqib Zulfiqar and Shirase Rasool, both of whom made 39, but VRA kept things tight, spinners Adeel Raja and Leon Turmaine in particular maintaining the pressure, and the asking rate steadily rose.
When Turmaine had Frenz caught by Vikram Singh as he attempted to force the pace the total was 181 for six and there were only four overs left with 51 still needed.
This was clearly an impossible ask, and the ACC innings closed on 210 for seven, Turmaine finishing with three for 44 and Raja two for 34.
After faltering against HBS on Thursday Sparta 1888 returned to winning ways at Het Zomercomplex, beating Punjab Rotterdam by 80 runs.
Sparta owed their total of 222 for eight to a fourth-wicket partnership of 118 between Tim de Kok (62) and Mudassar Bukhari (58), with Atse Buurman contributing a rapid 21 and Joost Martijn Snoep 29 not out in the closing stages.
Punjab’s new-ball bowlers, Suleiman Tariq and Assad Saleemi, took three for 35 and three for 29 respectively.
In dispute with the KNCB Board over the selection of foreign players – an issue which seems to have cost them the two points they earned by beating ACC on Thursday – Punjab could not mount a serious challenge to Sparta’s score, and were dismissed for 142.
Ahsan Masood made 32 and Barend Vorster 37, but with seamer Dost Muhammed taking four for 40 and Max Hoornweg, on his Topklasse debut, claiming four for 30, it was Sparta who came out on top, retaining their place in the top half of the table.
With VRA and HCC both winning for the first time at the weekend, the Topklasse competition looks remarkably open, although the double round of matches next week (thanks to the Pentecost holiday Monday) may resolve matters to some degree.
And of course, the final outcome of the simmering – but as yet unexplained – Punjab dispute seems likely to have a significant influence on the development of the competition.
|Toss won by||Excelsior 20 I|
|Umpires||HM Butt – P Muthucumaru|
|Scorers||R Seetal – EM Heggelman|
|Home Side||Dosti United I|
|VAB Tewarie*||c RTF Verhagen||b JR Hilditch||6||6||1||0|
|RI Ahmed+||c J Kroesen||b RWA van Troost||0||8||0||0|
|TS Kohli||c RTF Verhagen||b GG Kroesen||100||135||9||2|
|M Hafeez||lbw||b RWA van Troost||11||36||2||0|
|Vimal Tewarie||lbw||b S Bhatti||17||47||1||0|
|S Ghori||run out JR Hilditch||0||1||0||0|
|A Davids||b GG Kroesen||66||48||5||4|
|W Masood||not out||2||3||0||0|
|M Hans||b TJ Heggelman||0||1||0||0|
|Asief Hoseinbaks||not out||0||0||0||0|
|extras||(b0 lb1 w10 nb0)||11|
|TOTAL||8 wickets for||213|
|1-6(VAB Tewarie) 2-9(RI Ahmed) 3-33(M Hafeez) 4-75(Vimal Tewarie) 5-75(S Ghori) 6-203(TS Kohli) 7-212(A Davids) 8-213(M Hans)|
|RWA van Troost||10||0||31||2||5||–|
|RWA van Troost||dnb|
|extras||(b0 lb0 w0 nb0)||0|
|TOTAL||0 wickets for||0|
|Toss won by||Quick Haag I|
|Umpires||RJ Akram – HM Butt|
|Scorers||H Reijmer-Steens – W Stokkers|
|Home Side||VOC I|
|Points Awarded||Quick Haag I 0, VOC I 2|
|JG Bista||c ZDA van Baren||b PJ Fletcher||3||11||0||0|
|LW Stokkers||c CL Rutgers||b FJ Klaassen||7||12||1||0|
|S Ekelmans||b PJ Fletcher||0||1||0||0|
|SB Davey||b PJ Fletcher||2||8||0||0|
|GMC Mol||c&b PM Seelaar||16||44||2||0|
|RR Rooda||c MP O'Dowd||b BW Hanif||9||15||1||0|
|D Vierling+||b BW Hanif||5||20||1||0|
|MB van Schelven*||c BW Hanif||b PM Seelaar||0||5||0||0|
|TJB Landheer||not out||7||23||1||0|
|GN Trappenburg||c FJ Klaassen||b PM Seelaar||1||28||0||0|
|MI Khan||lbw||b PM Seelaar||0||1||0||0|
|extras||(b0 lb5 w7 nb1)||13|
|TOTAL||10 wickets for||63|
|1-4(JG Bista) 2-4(S Ekelmans) 3-8(SB Davey) 4-19(LW Stokkers) 5-45(RR Rooda) 6-50(GMC Mol) 7-54(D Vierling) 8-54(MB van Schelven) 9-63(GN Trappenburg) 10-63(MI Khan)|
|SA Edwards+||not out||38||33||5||0|
|CL Rutgers||not out||12||17||1||0|
|ZDA van Baren||dnb|
|extras||(b4 lb0 w11 nb0)||15|
|TOTAL||0 wickets for||65|
|MB van Schelven||3||0||27||0||–||–|
|Toss won by||ACC I|
|Umpires||Z Hussain – P Muthucumaru|
|Scorers||T Jansen Schoonhov|
|Home Side||VRA I|
|Points Awarded||VRA I 2, ACC I 0|
|V Singh||c SA Zulfiqar||b MA Raza||16||37||2||0|
|DJ ter Braak||not out||113||133||8||0|
|BN Cooper||b MA Raza||43||51||3||0|
|ES Szwarczynski+||c SA Zulfiqar||b MA Raza||0||1||0||0|
|PW Borren||c SA Zulfiqar||b SM Zulfiqar||1||5||0||0|
|E van den Burg*||c W Alim||b MA Raza||1||8||0||0|
|LA Turmaine||lbw||b SM Zulfiqar||11||22||0||0|
|QWM Gunning||c RH Frenz||b DJ Botha||20||37||0||0|
|MG Dunlop||c R Zulfiqar||b DJ Botha||5||6||1||0|
|MAK Raja||not out||0||0||0||0|
|extras||(b0 lb8 w17 nb0)||25|
|TOTAL||8 wickets for||235|
|1-32(V Singh) 2-108(BN Cooper) 3-108(ES Szwarczynski) 4-109(PW Borren) 5-112(E van den Burg) 6-138(LA Turmaine) 7-205(QWM Gunning) 8-229(MG Dunlop)|
|AA Zulfiqar+||lbw||b QWM Gunning||2||4||0||0|
|R Zulfiqar||c PW Borren||b MG Dunlop||18||27||1||0|
|SM Zulfiqar*||b LA Turmaine||39||78||1||0|
|RH Frenz||c V Singh||b MAK Raja||63||69||3||0|
|SA Zulfiqar||c ES Szwarczynski||b LA Turmaine||5||18||0||0|
|SR Rasool||st ES Szwarczynski||b MAK Raja||39||69||4||0|
|MA Raza||not out||20||22||0||0|
|DJ Botha||c BN Cooper||b LA Turmaine||10||10||1||0|
|S Potdar||not out||2||2||0||0|
|extras||(b1 lb4 w7 nb0)||12|
|TOTAL||7 wickets for||210|
|1-2(AA Zulfiqar) 2-46(R Zulfiqar) 3-74(SM Zulfiqar) 4-98(SA Zulfiqar) 5-176(SR Rasool) 6-181(RH Frenz) 7-203(DJ Botha)|
|DJ ter Braak||5||0||21||0||–||–|
|Toss won by||HCC I|
|Umpires||R Kaulingfreks – WPM van Liemt|
|Scorers||MAP Wiegers – K Pattiselanno|
|Home Side||HBS I|
|Points Awarded||HBS I 0, HCC I 2|
|W Barresi||lbw||b AA Qasim||40||47||5||0|
|TP Visée*+||c LJF Lagas||b FH de Lange||16||16||1||1|
|Navjit Singh||lbw||b AA Qasim||12||25||2||0|
|J Morgan||c BE Street||b AA Qasim||10||7||2||0|
|SP Gomes||lbw||b AA Qasim||22||40||2||1|
|A Ahmed||b AA Qasim||4||6||1||0|
|WT Coster||c LJF Lagas||b MBS Jonkman||1||6||0||0|
|J de Mey||lbw||b AA Qasim||0||10||0||0|
|BA Westdijk||c LJF Lagas||b AA Qasim||0||1||0||0|
|F Khan||not out||1||7||0||0|
|NE Wisse||b AA Qasim||0||1||0||0|
|extras||(b0 lb2 w4 nb0)||6|
|TOTAL||10 wickets for||112|
|1-30(TP Visée) 2-63(Navjit Singh) 3-78(W Barresi) 4-83(J Morgan) 5-87(A Ahmed) 6-92(WT Coster) 7-97(J de Mey) 8-97(BA Westdijk) 9-112(SP Gomes) 10-112(NE Wisse)|
|FH de Lange||5||0||28||1||–||–|
|BE Street||not out||53||64||8||0|
|AA Qasim||c TP Visée||b BA Westdijk||10||18||2||0|
|AJ Staal||c TP Visée||b J de Mey||33||44||3||1|
|BHG Gorlee||not out||2||3||0||0|
|FH de Lange||dnb|
|JZ-X van Kessel||dnb|
|extras||(b4 lb9 w2 nb0)||15|
|TOTAL||2 wickets for||113|
|1-27(AA Qasim) 2-87(AJ Staal)|
|J de Mey||2||0||5||1||–||–|
|Toss won by||Punjab I|
|Umpires||AND van den Dries – J Hilhorst|
|Scorers||N Mohammed – A Smelt|
|Home Side||Punjab I|
|Points Awarded||Sparta I 2, Punjab I 0|
|CP Ambrose||c A Masood||b S Tariq||2||2||0||0|
|MA Pollard||c M Bajwa||b MA Saleemi||4||18||1||0|
|TIM de Kok||c Y Usman||b A Masood||62||127||6||1|
|F Iqbal||b MA Saleemi||13||16||2||0|
|M Bukhari||c M Latif||b A Masood||58||60||10||0|
|AF Buurman+||c A Masood||b S Tariq||21||20||2||1|
|JM Snoep*||not out||29||34||2||0|
|U Saleem||c A Raza||b S Tariq||9||9||0||1|
|D Muhammed||c A Khan||b MA Saleemi||13||13||2||0|
|S Sardha||not out||2||1||0||0|
|extras||(b2 lb0 w6 nb1)||9|
|TOTAL||8 wickets for||222|
|1-2(CP Ambrose) 2-12(MA Pollard) 3-25(F Iqbal) 4-143(M Bukhari) 5-149(TIM de Kok) 6-176(AF Buurman) 7-188(U Saleem) 8-220(D Muhammed)|
|SJ Myburgh||c TIM de Kok||b M Bukhari||2||–||–||–|
|A Raza||c MB Hoornweg||b D Muhammed||21||–||–||–|
|A Khan||c TIM de Kok||b D Muhammed||12||–||–||–|
|MA Saleemi||c MA Pollard||b M Bukhari||3||–||–||–|
|A Masood||c S Sardha||b MB Hoornweg||32||–||–||–|
|BI Vorster||c TIM de Kok||b D Muhammed||37||–||–||–|
|AK Bamunusinghe||b MB Hoornweg||0||–||–||–|
|Y Usman||c F Iqbal||b MB Hoornweg||9||–||–||–|
|M Latif||lbw||b D Muhammed||7||–||–||–|
|M Bajwa+||not out||1||–||–||–|
|S Tariq*||c MA Pollard||b MB Hoornweg||1||–||–||–|
|extras||(b1 lb6 w10 nb0)||17|
|TOTAL||10 wickets for||142|
|1-17(SJ Myburgh) 2-37(A Raza) 3-42(A Khan) 4-58(MA Saleemi) 5-120(BI Vorster) 6-120(AK Bamunusinghe) 7-130(Y Usman) 8-139(A Masood) 9-141(M Latif) 10-142(S Tariq)|
VOC Rotterdam vs Quick Haag at Hazelaarweg – 12/05/18
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