Scorecard | Dosti vs VOC | 23.06.19

Dosti United I Vs VOC I
1-Innings Match Played At Sportpark Drieburg, 23-Jun-2019, Topklasse
Dosti United I Win by 217 runs
Round 10
Toss won by Dosti United I
Umpires PGHA van Giezen – Z Hussain
Scorers R Seetal – N Kaulingfreks
Home Side Dosti United I
Points Awarded Dosti United I 2, VOC I 0
Dosti United I 1st Innings 313/4 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
VAB Tewarie* c BW Hanif b PJ Fletcher 4 9 0 0
A Bali c SP van Lent b BW Hanif 135 118 16 5
TS Kohli c CL Rutgers b ZDA van Baren 75 106 6 0
A Singh b SB van Wingerden 20 18 1 2
RI Ahmed+ not out 35 29 0 2
A Davids not out 20 19 0 0
M Hans dnb
W Masood dnb
S Ghori dnb
Arief Hoseinbaks dnb
Asief Hoseinbaks dnb
extras (b0 lb3 w20 nb1) 24
TOTAL 4 wickets for 313
FOW
1-15(VAB Tewarie) 2-195(A Bali) 3-228(A Singh) 4-260(TS Kohli)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
A Said 7 1 40 0 1 1
PJ Fletcher 10 1 48 1 6
BW Hanif 10 0 53 1 1
MN Kamawi 3 0 27 0 2
ZDA van Baren 10 0 47 1 2
T Moorman 2 0 17 0
CL Rutgers 2 0 29 0
JD Schoonheim 3 0 25 0 1
SB van Wingerden 3 0 24 1
VOC I 1st Innings 96/10 All Out (Overs 26)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
SP van Lent+ c Arief Hoseinbaks b A Bali 2 4 0 0
ZDA van Baren b A Davids 4 11 1 0
A Said lbw b A Davids 2 8 0 0
CL Rutgers c A Bali b Asief Hoseinbaks 15 28 2 0
DM Mullett lbw b A Davids 0 2 0 0
JD Schoonheim* c Arief Hoseinbaks b W Masood 12 21 1 1
MN Kamawi c A Davids b Asief Hoseinbaks 0 3 0 0
PJ Fletcher c W Masood b M Hans 42 41 2 5
BW Hanif c Asief Hoseinbaks b M Hans 9 31 0 0
SB van Wingerden not out 0 1 0 0
T Moorman c A Bali b W Masood 0 6 0 0
extras (b0 lb5 w5 nb0) 10
TOTAL 10 wickets for 96
FOW
1-2(SP van Lent) 2-12(A Said) 3-16(ZDA van Baren) 4-16(DM Mullett) 5-35(CL Rutgers) 6-41(MN Kamawi) 7-41(JD Schoonheim) 8-96(PJ Fletcher) 9-96(BW Hanif) 10-96(T Moorman)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
A Bali 3 1 6 1
A Davids 6 0 17 3 1
Asief Hoseinbaks 8 2 20 2 2
W Masood 7 1 22 2 2
M Hans 2 0 26 2

Scorecard | HBS vs VOC | 16.06.19

HBS I Vs VOC I
1-Innings Match Played At Craeyenhout, Den Haag, 16-Jun-2019, Topklasse
VOC I Win by 4 wkts
Round 9
Toss won by HBS I
Umpires DJ Kalloe – WPM van Liemt
Scorers MAP Wiegers – H Reijmer-Steens
Home Side HBS I
Points Awarded HBS I 0, VOC I 2
HBS I 1st Innings 239/10 All Out (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
TP Visée*+ c MN Kamawi b A Said 4 9 1 0
ZW Elkin b PJ Fletcher 17 33 2 0
A Ahmed c SP van Lent b PJ Fletcher 9 12 2 0
Navjit Singh run out 0 0 0 0
W Barresi b JD Schoonheim 51 76 6 0
SP Gomes c ZDA van Baren b PM Seelaar 109 110 11 1
WT Coster lbw b BW Hanif 13 31 0 1
JI de Mey b A Said 7 14 0 0
ZN Gibson c MN Kamawi b PM Seelaar 9 11 0 0
BA Westdijk not out 2 2 0 0
F Khan st SA Edwards b PM Seelaar 0 2 0 0
extras (b0 lb4 w14 nb0) 18
TOTAL 10 wickets for 239
FOW
1-10(TP Visée) 2-33(A Ahmed) 3-34(ZW Elkin) 4-39(Navjit Singh) 5-144(W Barresi) 6-179(WT Coster) 7-195(JI de Mey) 8-236(ZN Gibson) 9-238(SP Gomes) 10-239(F Khan)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
A Said 10 1 48 2 3
PJ Fletcher 10 1 43 2 4
MN Kamawi 4 1 22 0
BW Hanif 10 0 52 1
PM Seelaar 9 0 35 3
ZDA van Baren 4 0 20 0 2
JD Schoonheim 3 0 15 1 5
VOC I 1st Innings 243/6 (Overs 41.4)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
MP O'Dowd not out 96 113 9 1
CL Rutgers c Navjit Singh b BA Westdijk 9 12 2 0
ZDA van Baren c F Khan b BA Westdijk 0 3 0 0
SP van Lent lbw b BA Westdijk 4 4 1 0
PM Seelaar* c Navjit Singh b BA Westdijk 7 12 1 0
SA Edwards+ lbw b BA Westdijk 81 76 13 1
JD Schoonheim c BA Westdijk b WT Coster 27 24 2 1
MN Kamawi not out 4 6 0 0
BW Hanif dnb
PJ Fletcher dnb
A Said dnb
extras (b0 lb5 w8 nb2) 15
TOTAL 6 wickets for 243
FOW
1-11(CL Rutgers) 2-19(ZDA van Baren) 3-23(SP van Lent) 4-40(PM Seelaar) 5-186(SA Edwards) 6-232(JD Schoonheim
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BA Westdijk 10 0 39 5 2
WT Coster 7.4 0 53 1
ZN Gibson 6 0 47 0 2 2
F Khan 5 0 28 0
Navjit Singh 4 0 27 0 2
JI de Mey 2 1 13 0
A Ahmed 1 0 8 0
W Barresi 6 0 23 0 1

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
Scorers H Reijmer-Steens – MAP Wiegers
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 54 104 4 0
CL Rutgers c BE Street b JW Damhuis 4 13 0 0
SP van Lent c BE Street b HC Overdijk 6 14 1 0
DM Mullett lbw b BE Street 0 1 0 0
PM Seelaar* c LJF Lagas b BE Street 41 68 5 0
SA Edwards+ c BHG Gorlee b MW Hay 36 42 4 0
ZDA van Baren c AJ Staal b BR Itagi 7 12 0 0
JD Schoonheim b JW Damhuis 15 21 1 0
MN Kamawi c AO Wiffen b HC Overdijk 6 9 1 0
A Said not out 8 10 1 0
PJ Fletcher not out 5 6 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 5
HC Overdijk 10 2 34 2
BE Street 9 1 28 2 2
BR Itagi 10 0 47 2
MW Hay 10 1 36 1 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 42 3 0
AO Wiffen c SA Edwards b A Said 3 25 0 0
AJ Staal* c SA Edwards b A Said 77 85 8 3
BE Street not out 52 70 7 0
BHG Gorlee c ZDA van Baren b CL Rutgers 5 19 0 0
HC Overdijk not out 12 16 1 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 1
A Said 10 0 47 2 2
PM Seelaar 6 2 12 1
ZDA van Baren 3 0 29 0 3
MN Kamawi 7 0 32 0 6
JD Schoonheim 3 0 21 0 2
CL Rutgers 7.5 0 35 1 1

Scorecard | VOC vs Sparta | 08.06.19

VOC I Vs Sparta I
1-Innings Match Played At Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam, 08-Jun-2019, Topklasse
VOC I Win by 126 runs
Round 7
Toss won by Sparta I
Umpires HKG Jansen – WPM van Liemt
Scorers H Reijmer-Steens – AO Smelt
Home Side VOC I
Comment Match reduced to 36 overs
Points Awarded VOC I 2, Sparta I 0
VOC I 1st Innings 204/10 All Out (Overs 34.3)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
CL Rutgers c AF Buurman b D Muhammed 21 25 3 0
MP O'Dowd c AF Buurman b M Bukhari 1 6 0 0
SP van Lent c TIM de Kok b D Muhammed 8 18 0 0
ZDA van Baren c A Raza b D Muhammed 9 19 2 0
PM Seelaar* c G Tarr b D Muhammed 7 17 1 0
SA Edwards+ b JM Snoep 41 33 5 0
JD Schoonheim c S Sardha b TIM de Kok 66 56 8 2
RR Upadhyaya c S Sardha b TIM de Kok 5 10 0 0
MN Kamawi run out 13 9 0 1
A Said c AF Buurman b M Bukhari 15 11 0 1
PJ Fletcher not out 2 3 0 0
extras (b0 lb2 w13 nb1) 16
TOTAL 10 wickets for 204
FOW
1-5(MP O'Dowd) 2-34(SP van Lent) 3-34(CL Rutgers) 4-53(PM Seelaar) 5-54(ZDA van Baren) 6-147(SA Edwards) 7-172(JD Schoonheim) 8-172(RR Upadhyaya) 9-202(MN Kamawi) 10-204(A Said)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
M Bukhari 7.3 1 25 2 3
AT Fletcher 5 0 39 0 4
D Muhammed 4 1 21 4 3
U Saleem 7 2 35 0 2
S Sardha 3 0 18 0 1
M Singh 1 0 10 0
JM Snoep 5 0 40 1 1
TIM de Kok 2 0 14 2 1
Sparta I 1st Innings 78/10 All Out (Overs 18.3)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
AT Fletcher c MP O'Dowd b A Said 16 28 3 0
TIM de Kok b A Said 0 4 0 0
G Tarr c MP O'Dowd b PJ Fletcher 2 4 0 0
M Bukhari b A Said 4 23 0 0
AF Buurman+ c CL Rutgers b RR Upadhyaya 13 13 0 2
A Raza c MP O'Dowd b PJ Fletcher 20 14 4 0
M Singh c CL Rutgers b RR Upadhyaya 3 5 0 0
JM Snoep* st SA Edwards b RR Upadhyaya 0 8 0 0
S Sardha not out 1 2 0 0
U Saleem b PJ Fletcher 7 6 1 0
D Muhammed b RR Upadhyaya 6 4 0 1
extras (b0 lb2 w2 nb2) 6
TOTAL 10 wickets for 78
FOW
1-5(TIM de Kok) 2-8(G Tarr) 3-21(M Bukhari) 4-21(AT Fletcher) 5-45(A Raza) 6-58(AF Buurman) 7-62(JM Snoep) 8-62(M Singh) 9-71(U Saleem) 10-78(D Muhammed)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
PJ Fletcher 6 1 20 3 1
A Said 6 1 22 3
MN Kamawi 1 0 7 0 1
RR Upadhyaya 5.3 1 27 4 1 1

Scorecard | ACC vs VOC | 01.06.19

ACC I Vs VOC I
1-Innings Match Played At Het Loopveld West, 01-Jun-2019, Topklasse
ACC I Win by 4 wkts
Round 6
Toss won by ACC I
Umpires HM Butt – D Das
Scorers DC Schinkel – F van Lent
Home Side ACC I
Points Awarded VOC I 0, ACC I 2
VOC I 1st Innings 183/10 All Out (Overs 47.2)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
MP O'Dowd c SR Rasool b A Kumar 95 129 9 3
CL Rutgers c S Potdar b BL Barends 3 11 0 0
SP van Lent+ b BL Barends 9 10 1 0
ZDA van Baren b BL Barends 0 7 0 0
PM Seelaar* lbw b SM Zulfiqar 32 68 1 0
SA Edwards c JL Marais b BL Barends 20 23 1 1
JD Schoonheim b A Kumar 4 6 0 0
RR Upadhyaya not out 7 16 0 0
MN Kamawi b A Zaidi 4 8 0 0
A Said c JM Mulready b A Kumar 2 4 0 0
PJ Fletcher run out RU Zulfiqar 2 2 0 0
extras (b0 lb2 w3 nb0) 5
TOTAL 10 wickets for 183
FOW
1-14(CL Rutgers) 2-41(SP van Lent) 3-49(ZDA van Baren) 4-134(PM Seelaar) 5-153(MP O'Dowd) 6-166(JD Schoonheim) 7-166(SA Edwards) 8-172(MN Kamawi) 9-179(A Said) 10-183(PJ Fletcher)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
MA Raza 6 0 27 0
BL Barends 8 0 32 4 2
A Kumar 8 1 38 3
SA Zulfiqar 10 2 24 0 1
SM Zulfiqar 9.2 1 31 1
S Potdar 2 0 20 0
A Zaidi 4 0 9 1
ACC I 1st Innings 187/6 (Overs 49.3)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
SM Zulfiqar* b A Said 0 1 0 0
RU Zulfiqar c SA Edwards b PJ Fletcher 0 1 0 0
SR Rasool c MP O'Dowd b A Said 5 19 1 0
SA Zulfiqar not out 99 125 9 0
JL Marais+ lbw b ZDA van Baren 15 24 3 0
MA Raza c ZDA van Baren b RR Upadhyaya 28 89 2 0
JM Mulready run out A Said 15 35 1 0
BL Barends not out 1 3 0 0
S Potdar dnb
A Kumar dnb
A Zaidi dnb
extras (b3 lb5 w16 nb0) 24
TOTAL 6 wickets for 187
FOW
1-1(SM Zulfiqar) 2-6(RU Zulfiqar) 3-18(SR Rasool) 4-51(JL Marais) 5-131(MA Raza) 6-176(JM Mulready)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
A Said 9 2 26 2 3
PJ Fletcher 10 1 31 1 3
ZDA van Baren 6.3 0 34 1 3
PM Seelaar 10 0 37 0 3
RR Upadhyaya 7 0 23 1 1
MN Kamawi 7 0 28 0 3

Season preview 2019 – Part 2

Bertus de Jong 03/05/2019


Logo HCCWith a youthful looking squad and an absent Jonathan Vandiar, HCC were more-or-less targetting a mid-table finish last season, and got it. The side is a year older this time round, and may revise their expectations upwards somewhat, even if rumours of Vandiar’s return proved only half-true (that is to say, he’s back in the country but headed to Punjab Rotterdam).

Bryce Street, the seam all-rounder brought in as Vandiar’s replacement, did an admirable job last season filling those considerable shoes with 649 runs at 41 and 23 wickets, and the addition of 21 year-old left-handed opener Adam Wiffen, who comes across from Worcestershire and has already drawn the attention of national team coach Ryan Campbell, means HCC’s top-order looks a deal stronger than last summer.

With two young overseas signings and the retirement of skipper Mark Jonkman over the winter,HCC will be reliant on the increasing maturity of youth graduates Hidde Overdijk and Tonny Staal, both now 23 and hovering around the fringes of national selection, and u-19s bat Boris Gorlee. Staal, returned from a season at Balcatta CC in Perth Grade Cricket, will be the league’s second-youngest captain, and if rumours that overseas spinner Ryan Ninan’s is in doubt prove accurate, HCC’s leadership group will look very young indeed.

Should Ninan stay away, HCC’s slow-bowling options will also be limited to part-timers or fringe players, though even without Jonkman the seam section of Qasim, Bijloos, Overdijk and Street is an enviable one. Consecutive defeats in their two warm-up matches against VRA and Excelsior do not augur well, however. A slow start last season left them fighting an uphill battle all Summer, and Staal’s side have no more time to settle in. There’s plenty of young talent at de Diepput, but they’ll need to hit the ground running if they are to mount a serious challenge this season.


LogoExcelsiorAfter two championships on the trot in 2016 and 2017, Excelsior ‘20 finished a disappointing 4th last season, 5 wins behind VOC at the top of the table. A comparatively quiet season (by his standards) for star overseas Lorenzo Ingram rather exposed the Schiedammer’s reliance on the Jamaican left-arm spinning all-rounder, especially in terms of batting. Ingram’s tally of 611 runs was more than 200 clear of the next contributor, Tim Etman. The likely absence this season of opening bowler and lower-order trouble-shooter James Hilditch, who has been roped in as Assistant coach for the national team, is also likely to put more pressure on the young core of the side to step up this season.

That said, the signing of former West Indies test bat Brenton Parchment, probably the most eye-catching acquisition of the season will likely do more than a little to shore up the batting. Joost Kroesen’s unbeaten 80 in a warm-up against Hermes also suggest he may have put a disappointing 2018 behind him, and skipper Tom Heggelman also has runs under his belt heading into the season opener against Quick Haag.

Umar Baker arrives from VOC to share in Ingram’s slow-bowling duties, whilst Parchment is also capable of sending down some serviceable off-spin. Heggelman meanwhile leads a sprightly but occasionally expensive pace attack further comprising Sohail Bhatti, Gijs Kroesen and Rens van Troost, and will at least be spoiled for options when cycling through his attack.

With the addition of Parchment and Baker the Schiedammers arguably have a stronger side than they did in either of their championship seasons, but last season it was above all the failure of the promising youngsters in the side to kick on that cost them a shot at defending their title. Good seasons for one or both of their Jamaican overseas will likely be enough to keep them in contention this time round, but the Thurlede faithful will be hoping above all that their maturing youth cohort come into their own this season.


 
LogoHBSHBS-Craeyenhout’s big-hitting top order couldn’t quite carry them into Topklasse title contention last year, despite Sharn Gomes, Wesley Barresi, Toby Visee and Jaron Morgan all crossing 500 runs in the season. Even with the departure of Morgan the top order remains the most intimidating in the league, however, and with Western Province opener Zac Elkin coming in to play foil to the ever explosive Visee at the top of the order the batting may even have gained a degree of stability.

New Zealand under-19s seamer Zak Gibson also joins the Crows, taking some pressure off spearhead Berend Westdijk who will likely be skipping a few games this season owing to work commitments. With Farshad Khan and Wessel Coster coming off the back of solid seasons, the HBS pace attack looks in good shape, whilst the spin attack comprising Wesley Barresi (who has taken to his new role as off-spinning all-rounder with all the zealousness of a convert) paired with the ever more impressive Julian de Mey looks equally sound. With allrounders Navjit Singh and Ferdi Vink also impressing last season, there’s no obvious weak links in this HBS side.

After claiming the national T20 title last season, the Crows were disappointed to discover that qualification for the new European Championship competition hinged on final Topklasse standings. It’s not out of the question that they’ll make doubly sure of their place in the next edition by the simple expedient of winning both this time round.


 
logo VRAAfter two seasons in a row as runners-up, VRA will be looking to end their seven-year title drought this season. They fell short by just one win last time round, and again a slow start to the season was in part to blame as opening losses to Quick and Excelsior left them playing catch-up for much of the season. They’ll be looking for a stronger start this time round, though with only a single serious warm-up against HCC ahead of the season opener against ACC on Sunday they risk again going in under-cooked.

They did bet HCC comfortably however, with rather unheralded overseas signing Brandon Graber bagging four wickets. South African seamer Graber comes in to replace the departing Vivian Kingma (who was largely sidelined by injury last season) and is one of a number of somewhat low-profile additions to the VRA roster that nonetheless look to have shored-up a side that often struggles with player availability, with Englishmen Matt Lake, Graeme Scott and Thomas Long also joining the side.

Headed the other way is opening bat Daan ter Braak, who won’t be returning for another season. His departure leaves a 600+-run gap in the batting and whilst new skipper Emile van den Burg would doubtless be delighted if Lake were to fill it, VRA will likely be looking first to the veteran Eric Szwarczynski to bounce back from a disappointing 2018 and cover the shortfall. Given a batting line-up that also includes Ben Cooper and former captain Peter Borren, VRA need not rue ter Braak’s departure unduly if the senior players deliver.

Borren will doubtless have a role to play with the ball too, though with Graber, Quirijn Gunning and Haseeb Gul in the side as front-line seamers and a solid spin section in Adeel Raja and Leon Turmaine he will hope to have more competition for the VRA lead wicket-taker title than he did last season. All told the Amsterdammers head into 2019 with a balanced side and a deeper bench than they have in the past couple of years, and going one better this time round is far from out of the question.


LogoVOC2018 champions VOC Rotterdam will have to mount their title defense without the services of new-ball spearhead Freddy Klaassen, the left arm quick having been picked up by Kent over the winter. The loss of their lead wicket-taker inevitably takes some of the sting out of the VOC seam attack, with more responsibility falling on the shoulders of Dirk van Baren, Bobby Hanif and newcomer Ashiqullah Said, as well as Pierce Fletcher, especially at the death.

VOC have never been over-reliant on pace however, their unbeaten home record at the spin-friendly Hazelaarweg last year largely built around the slow-bowling trio of Umar Baker, Max O’Dowd and skipper Pieter Seelaar. With Baker departing for Thurlede, O’Dowd and Seelaar will be all the more crucial to VOC’s fortunes both with bat and ball.

Together with keeper Scott Edwards, O’Dowd and Seelaar provided the bulk of VOC’s runs last season. VOC will hope that Corey Rutgers (the trio’s former analyst with the national side and VOC’s main overseas player) will be able to contribute more from the top of the order after a shattered finger rather limited his effectiveness last season.

As much as the absence of Klaassen, it is the strengthening competition that poses the biggest obstacle to a successful title defense for VOC – with their nearest rivals bagging some judicious signings and newcomers VCC arriving in the top division with an intimidating roster – but bar Klaassen the principle components of last season’s success remain in place.

Scorecard | VOC vs VRA | 16.06.18

VOC I Vs VRA I
1-Innings Match Played At Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam, 16-Jun-2018, Topklasse
VOC I Win by 3 wkts
Round 9
Toss won by VRA I
Umpires Z Hussain – JM Mulders
Scorers H Reijmer-Steens – T Jansen Schoonhov
Home Side VOC I
Points Awarded VRA I 0, VOC I 2
VRA I 1st Innings 211/9 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
BN Cooper b PM Seelaar 45 68 6 0
DJ ter Braak c BW Hanif b PM Seelaar 31 48 3 0
ES Szwarczynski c&b FJ Klaassen 7 18 0 0
PW Borren run out MP O'Dowd 22 43 1 0
E van den Burg* c CL Rutgers b BW Hanif 4 16 0 0
V Singh c FJ Klaassen b PM Seelaar 3 21 0 0
LA Turmaine lbw b PM Seelaar 24 32 3 0
QWM Gunning b ZDA van Baren 21 24 2 0
MB Lees+ c UF Baker b ZDA van Baren 19 21 3 1
RM ter Braak not out 14 8 0 1
P Rathore not out 2 2 0 0
extras (b0 lb5 w14 nb0) 19
TOTAL 9 wickets for 211
FOW
1-72(DJ ter Braak) 2-78(BN Cooper) 3-100(ES Szwarczynski) 4-120(E van den Burg) 5-121(PW Borren) 6-142(V Singh) 7-149(LA Turmaine) 8-180(MB Lees) 9-202(QWM Gunning)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
FJ Klaassen 10 1 42 1 2
PJ Fletcher 7 0 38 0 5
UF Baker 5 0 26 0
BW Hanif 9 0 37 1 2
PM Seelaar 10 0 26 4
MP O'Dowd 7 2 19 0 1
ZDA van Baren 2 0 18 2
VOC I 1st Innings 213/7 (Overs 45)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
JD Schoonheim c MB Lees b QWM Gunning 10 12 2 0
CL Rutgers lbw b LA Turmaine 19 38 3 0
ZDA van Baren lbw b PW Borren 15 19 2 1
MP O'Dowd b LA Turmaine 9 15 1 0
PM Seelaar* not out 80 87 6 0
SA Edwards+ b PW Borren 56 87 5 1
SP van Lent b LA Turmaine 4 2 1 0
FJ Klaassen c V Singh b P Rathore 5 10 1 0
UF Baker not out 0 0 0 0
BW Hanif dnb
PJ Fletcher dnb
extras (b4 lb4 w4 nb3) 15
TOTAL 7 wickets for 213
FOW
1-26(JD Schoonheim) 2-53(ZDA van Baren) 3-53(CL Rutgers) 4-74(MP O'Dowd) 5-186(SA Edwards) 6-191(SP van Lent) 7-207(FJ Klaassen)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
QWM Gunning 7 0 30 1
RM ter Braak 6 1 31 0 2 1
LA Turmaine 10 1 39 3 1
PW Borren 9 0 43 2 2
BN Cooper 2 0 9 0
P Rathore 8 0 37 1
DJ ter Braak 2 0 13 0 1
E van den Burg 1 0 3 0