Preview Round 17

With just two rounds left to play, both the ultimate destination of the trophy and who will play in the Hoofdklasse next season remain in doubt, although both questions could be resolved this Sunday. There will be time once the dust has settled to debate whether this reflects positively on the current competition structure and the eligibility rules, but for the moment attention will be centred on Sportpark Drieburg, De Diepput and Nieuw Hanenburg, where crucial battles are scheduled to be fought.

RL: Needing just one more win to make sure of the title, Excelsior ‘20 travel to Amsterdam to take on Dosti United, whose convincing victory over Voorburg last Sunday demonstrated that they are still a force to be reckoned with. With Kuldeep Diwan not only the competition’s leading wicket-taker but also adding great destructive power to the lower order, the Amsterdammers are more capable than most of testing the nerve of Tom Heggelman’s side, and once again a great deal may depend on the toss. Both teams are more effective batting first, though for different reasons: Dosti can set challenging targets, while Excelsior have proved outstanding at defending modest ones. Excelsior haven’t lost since the end of May, but if Dosti win the toss they might just find themselves needing to win their final match at Thurlede to clinch the championship.
BdJ: Excelsior still have two shots at reclaiming the title, but nice as it would be to bag it in front of a home crowd they’ll be keen to put the competition to bed come Sunday rather than letting it come down to the last-round with a resurgent VRA headed to Thurlede. It’s worth noting though that Excelsior’s recent successes in defence of modest totals has come against sides that still had skin in the game, so to speak. It may be a tougher ask to apply that same pressure to a Dosti side with nothing in particular on the line. Even without Taruwar Kohli Dosti’s batting line up has proved capable of running up serious scores, though if Excelsior can maintain the expemplary disciplinethat’s got them this far they’re still odds-on to take home the silverware on Sunday.


RL: For second-placed HCC it is no longer enough to see off VOC Rotterdam; they must hope that Dosti do them a favour as well. Perhaps thrown off their stride somewhat by the collapse of Dirk van Baren, the Rotterdammers fell apart against Sparta last Sunday despite another half-century from Pieter Seelaar, and there must be serious doubts about their attack’s ability to contain an HCC line-up in which Tonny Staal, Adam Wiffen, Bryce Street and now Hidde Overdijk are all among the runs, the latter ending the season with a flourish with the bat, as he began it with the ball. VOC’s chances will depend, again, on whether Max O’Dowd, Seelaar and Scott Edwards are able to match HCC’s growing confidence with the bat, but De Diepput’s tight square boundaries will offer both sides plenty of incentive for some hard hitting.
BdJ: HCC’s championship hopes have indeed slipped out of their hands now, but VOC’s title defence never really got started. The focus of the European Champions, one suspects, has turned to the T20 competition through which they’ll be looking to book a ticket back to La Manga. Nonetheless they remain a formidable 50-over side when their trio of internationals fire, and will of course be the less nervy of the two sides on Sunday. The return of Bobby Hanif has gone some way toward shoring up VOC’s attack after the departure of Fletcher, but despite a creditable first season at Rotterdam for Ashiqullah Said the absence of Fred Klaassen is still keenly felt. If Excelsior are to take the title this weekend, one suspects they’ll have to win it themselves.


RL: Sparta 1888’s defeat of VOC last week relieved the pressure on them a little, but Quick Haag could still overhaul them – by 0.02 of a point – by winning their last two matches, including the clash between the two sides on Sunday, if the Capelle side also lost to HCC the following week. Sparta again owed a lot to Mudassar Bukhari, whose 71 and four for 36 was a fine all-round effort, and they will need him to be at his best again this week to neutralise the danger of Jay Bista, whose importance for Quick’s hopes of survival is even greater. There are plenty of reasons why these two sides are at the foot of the table, but one must hope that the immediate prospect of relegation will inspire them to raise their game at Nieuw Hanenburg on Sunday and produce a match worthy of the top flight.
BdJ: The weight of carrying Quick’s survival hopes on his shoulders seems to be finally taking its toll on Bista, whose run-a-ball fifty against VRA last week looked streakier than usual and again proved insufficient to set up a win. Though Geert-Maarten Mol has again been offering Bista steady support over the season the Hanen nonetheless find themselves in a worst position even than last year, Sparta having stolen a march on them last round and now needing two wins and a little luck if they are to avoid relegation. Neutral fans may be hoping for a Quick win for the sake of the competition, setting up a potential championship/relegation decider at Bermweg in the final round, whilst keeping fully three of the final five fixtures relevant to the title or relegation, but the most likely outcome on form at least is that both will be settled this Sunday.


RL: Despite their rather hollow defeat by Excelsior last week, HBS Craeyenhout could still finish as runners-up if results go their way in the final two rounds, and they will welcome Tobias Visée back from his Canadian exploits for their match against ACC — again scheduled for the second ground at De Diepput. Both these sides have fallen upon hard times in recent weeks after a storming start to the campaign, but they include some of the undoubted stars of the season: Brady Barends for ACC, for example, and Sharn Gomes and Wesley Barresi, as well as Visée, for HBS. The HBS seam attack, Farshad Khan excepted, underperformed against Excelsior, and ACC’s inexplicably fragile top order will be hoping that the same applies this week. If not, it may take more heroics from Barends and Sikander Zulfiqar with the bat to keep the Amsterdammers in the hunt.
BdJ: Both HBS and ACC have looked rather deflated after falling out of contention for the top spot, though it’s difficult to guage how much that has been due to the absence of Toby Visée and Jean Marais at the top of their respective batting orders.The return of the HBS captain after a typically enterprising display at the GT20 will be a boost for HBS, though with three of the top four scorers in the league also to be found in the Crows’ line up one would think a big innings from the skipper looks like a sufficient but not necessary condition for victory.

RL: Quick’s defeat by VRA saved Voorburg from any remaining threat of a quick return to the Hoofdklasse, and they will travel to the Amsterdamse Bos on Sunday knowing that this is a game on which relatively little is riding. For their hosts, however, there is a real possibility that despite their appalling start to the season they could still finish in the top half of the table, having won six of their nine games since Peter Borren resumed the captaincy. On paper it’s a lopsided contest: Voorburg’s tottering batting against a limited VRA attack, VRA’s potentially powerful line-up of Singh, Szwarczynski, Cooper and Borren against a more than useful Voorburg bowling unit. The momentum is decidedly with the home side, and despite Voorburg’s win at Westvliet back in June it would come as something of a surprise if they were to take the points this time.
BdJ: It’s perhaps a surprise that there’s nothing but bragging rights on the line at this game in the end, with both sides starting the season widely regarded as potential title contenders and then both looking like relegation candidates by five games in. VCC did the hard work to put distance between themselves and the wooden spoon in the mid-season, whilst VRA left it a little later. Both sides are now safe, but whilst VRA’s recent form has seen them win five of their last six games, VCC’s last victory came five rounds ago. That said, VRA’s already rickety attack will be further weakened by the loss of a lately in-form Quirijn Gunning, who is out for the rest of the season with a broken hand. An opportunity perhaps for an underperforming VCC line-up to repair their season averages, though given how Dosti dealt with the more celebrated VCC attack last week VRA’s batsmen may well be thinking the same thing.


Rod Lyall’s tips: Excelsior, HCC, Quick, HBS, VCC.
Bertus de Jong’s tips: Excelsior, HCC, Sparta, HBS, VCC.

Scorecard | Excelsior vs HBS | 11.08.19

Excelsior 20 I Vs HBS I
1-Innings Match Played At Thurlede, Schiedam, 11-Aug-2019, Topklasse
Excelsior 20 I Win by 62 runs
Round 16
Toss won by Excelsior 20 I
Umpires HKG Jansen – WPM van Liemt
Scorers EM Heggelman – MAP Wiegers
Home Side Excelsior 20 I
Points Awarded Excelsior 20 I 2, HBS I 0
Excelsior 20 I 1st Innings 169/10 Closed (Overs 45.5)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
TC Etman c W Barresi b F Khan 28 22 5 0
RTF Verhagen+ c ZW Elkin b F Khan 18 34 3 0
LT Ingram c&b F Khan 0 9 0 0
BA Parchment lbw b W Barresi 49 84 7 0
TJ Heggelman* lbw b SP Gomes 17 33 2 0
L van Wyk c Navjit Singh b SP Gomes 1 10 0 0
SG Shankar not out 27 58 2 0
DA Woutersen b W Barresi 0 2 0 0
UF Baker b S Vink 0 4 0 0
RWA van Troost b S Vink 2 11 0 0
S Bhatti c&b W Barresi 2 7 0 0
extras (b0 lb0 w25 nb0) 25
TOTAL 10 wickets for 169
FOW
1-41(TC Etman) 2-52(LT Ingram) 3-60(RTF Verhagen) 4-103(TJ Heggelman) 5-105(L van Wyk) 6-155(BA Parchment) 7-155(DA Woutersen) 8-156(UF Baker) 9-162(RWA van Troost) 10-169(S Bhatti)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BA Westdijk 7 0 42 0 9
WT Coster 3 0 19 0
ZN Gibson 3 0 14 0 4
F Khan 6 2 16 3 2
Navjit Singh 3 1 15 0 1
JI de Mey 4 2 12 0
SP Gomes 4 0 18 2 1
W Barresi 9.5 2 24 3 1
S Vink 6 2 9 2
HBS I 1st Innings 107/10 All Out (Overs 40.3)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
ZN Gibson c LT Ingram b BA Parchment 2 3 0 0
ZW Elkin+ b TJ Heggelman 2 2 0 0
SP Gomes b RWA van Troost 34 50 4 0
A Ahmed c&b BA Parchment 1 23 0 0
W Barresi* c S Bhatti b RWA van Troost 9 35 1 0
WT Coster c TJ Heggelman b RWA van Troost 12 31 1 0
Navjit Singh b LT Ingram 1 13 0 0
JI de Mey not out 12 32 2 0
S Vink run out LT Ingram 6 39 0 0
BA Westdijk st RTF Verhagen b UF Baker 7 7 1 0
F Khan st RTF Verhagen b LT Ingram 3 8 0 0
extras (b4 lb1 w13 nb0) 18
TOTAL 10 wickets for 107
FOW
1-2(ZN Gibson) 2-4(ZW Elkin) 3-24(A Ahmed) 4-53(SP Gomes) 5-62(W Barresi) 6-71(Navjit Singh) 7-75(WT Coster) 8-97(S Vink) 9-104(BA Westdijk) 10-107(F Khan)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BA Parchment 6 0 21 2 4
TJ Heggelman 7 1 15 1 3
RWA van Troost 10 2 25 3 2
S Bhatti 2 0 9 0
UF Baker 6 2 11 1
LT Ingram 9.3 4 21 2

Scorecard | ACC vs HCC | 11.08.19

ACC I Vs HCC I
1-Innings Match Played At Het Loopveld West, 11-Aug-2019, Topklasse
HCC I Win by 42 runs
Round 16
Toss won by HCC I
Umpires P Muthucumaru – M Prabhudesai
Scorers DC Schinkel – K Pattiselanno
Home Side ACC I
Points Awarded HCC I 2, ACC I 0
HCC I 1st Innings 301/7 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
AJ Staal* st JM Mulready b D Arya 43 48 4 1
AO Wiffen c G Tims b D Arya 44 44 4 1
BE Street not out 113 110 8 3
BHG Gorlee st JM Mulready b D Arya 5 27 0 0
BR Itagi c BL Barends b D Arya 2 10 0 0
HC Overdijk c SA Zulfiqar b RA Kumar 64 47 7 3
DL Walhain c RA Kumar b SA Zulfiqar 6 7 0 0
MW Hay c SR Rasool b SA Zulfiqar 5 4 0 0
AA Qasim not out 0 0 0 0
OO Klaus dnb
LJF Lagas+ dnb
extras (b3 lb0 w15 nb1) 19
TOTAL 7 wickets for 301
FOW
1-85(AO Wiffen) 2-119(AJ Staal) 3-131(BHG Gorlee) 4-135(BR Itagi) 5-238(HC Overdijk) 6-274(DL Walhain) 7-289(MW Hay)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BL Barends 9 0 52 0 1
RA Kumar 8 0 65 1 2
SA Zulfiqar 9 0 56 2 2
D Arya 10 1 38 4 2 1
G Tims 1 0 8 0 1
SM Zulfiqar 10 0 60 0 1
CM Knoll 3 0 19 0
ACC I 1st Innings 259/10 All Out (Overs 47.3)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
JM Mulready+ c LJF Lagas b MW Hay 26 43 3 0
RU Zulfiqar c BE Street b AA Qasim 26 23 1 1
SM Zulfiqar* lbw b MW Hay 19 27 1 0
SR Rasool run out MW Hay 11 17 0 1
SA Zulfiqar c HC Overdijk b BE Street 96 95 5 4
B van der Heijde st LJF Lagas b OO Klaus 0 4 0 0
BL Barends c HC Overdijk b BE Street 43 47 2 1
CM Knoll c DL Walhain b BR Itagi 6 9 0 0
RA Kumar run out BR Itagi 8 12 0 0
G Tims c BHG Gorlee b HC Overdijk 0 2 0 0
D Arya not out 4 4 0 0
extras (b1 lb1 w18 nb0) 20
TOTAL 10 wickets for 259
FOW
1-40(RU Zulfiqar) 2-77(SM Zulfiqar) 3-80(JM Mulready) 4-92(SR Rasool) 5-92(B van der Heijde) 6-171(BL Barends) 7-199(CM Knoll) 8-217(RA Kumar) 9-224(G Tims) 10-259(SA Zulfiqar)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
HC Overdijk 10 0 62 1 4
AA Qasim 5 0 33 1 1
OO Klaus 10 0 30 1
MW Hay 10 1 46 2 2
BR Itagi 9 0 50 1 2
BE Street 3.3 0 36 2 2

Scorecard | VCC vs Dosti | 11.08.19

Voorburg I Vs Dosti United I
1-Innings Match Played At Westvliet, Voorburg, 11-Aug-2019, Topklasse
Dosti United I Win by 146 runs
Round 16
Toss won by Dosti United I
Umpires AND van den Dries – ML Hancock
Scorers CC Schinkel – R Seetal
Home Side Voorburg I
Points Awarded Dosti United I 2, Voorburg I 0
Dosti United I 1st Innings 283/8 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
RI Ahmed+ c C Floyd b BD Glover 89 95 11 1
VAB Tewarie* b VJ Kingma 0 3 0 0
M Hans c C Greenshields b ST Mulder 18 55 1 0
A Bali c DI Humphrey b NF Smit 46 49 5 1
A Davids b NF Smit 0 2 0 0
S Ghori b VJ Kingma 3 12 0 0
S Zakhil c ST Mulder b NF Smit 10 9 0 1
K Diwan not out 76 61 7 5
W Masood lbw b VJ Kingma 1 5 0 0
Asief Hoseinbaks not out 9 16 1 0
Arief Hoseinbaks dnb
extras (b0 lb2 w22 nb7) 31
TOTAL 8 wickets for 283
FOW
1-0(VAB Tewarie) 2-93(M Hans) 3-162(RI Ahmed) 4-163(A Davids) 5-172(S Ghori) 6-180(A Bali) 7-202(S Zakhil) 8-203(W Masood)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BD Glover 10 1 62 1 3
VJ Kingma 10 1 52 3 7 7
C Greenshields 6 0 38 0 7
ST Mulder 4 0 34 1 2
C Floyd 10 0 55 0
NF Smit 10 0 40 3
Voorburg I 1st Innings 137/10 All Out (Overs 35.2)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
SM Nottle lbw b A Davids 0 2 0 0
N Croes+ b A Bali 53 61 8 0
C Floyd c M Hans b K Diwan 7 16 1 0
NF Smit b K Diwan 2 15 0 0
TN de Grooth lbw b Asief Hoseinbaks 6 14 0 0
N Gigani b Asief Hoseinbaks 5 15 1 0
DI Humphrey lbw b Asief Hoseinbaks 1 11 0 0
C Greenshields not out 42 41 4 1
VJ Kingma c S Ghori b A Bali 11 13 2 0
BD Glover c&b Asief Hoseinbaks 1 3 0 0
ST Mulder c&b VAB Tewarie 2 17 0 0
extras (b0 lb0 w5 nb2) 7
TOTAL 10 wickets for 137
FOW
1-0(SM Nottle) 2-24(C Floyd) 3-29(NF Smit) 4-47(TN de Grooth) 5-71(N Gigani) 6-77(DI Humphrey) 7-81(N Croes) 8-95(VJ Kingma) 9-111(BD Glover) 10-137(ST Mulder)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
A Davids .5 0 1 1 1
A Bali 8.1 0 31 2
S Zakhil 5 1 17 0
K Diwan 6 2 15 2
W Masood 3 0 20 0 2
Asief Hoseinbaks 10 3 34 4
Arief Hoseinbaks 2 0 15 0 1 1
VAB Tewarie .2 0 4 1 1

Scorecard | Quick vs VRA | 11.08.19

Quick Haag I Vs VRA I
1-Innings Match Played At Nieuw Hanenburg, DH, 11-Aug-2019, Topklasse
VRA I Win by 3 wkts
Round 16
Toss won by Quick Haag I
Umpires N Bathi – Ali Mohammed
Scorers JWM Krulder – K Holdsworth
Home Side Quick Haag I
Points Awarded Quick Haag I 0, VRA I 2
Quick Haag I 1st Innings 211/10 All Out (Overs 48.1)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
JG Bista c QWM Gunning b HG Mia 51 48 7 1
LG Del Bianco c MB Lees b QWM Gunning 3 14 0 0
HJ van Gigch c MW Lake b HG Mia 17 15 0 0
GMC Mol b V Singh 32 52 3 1
S Ekelmans c&b PW Borren 11 18 2 0
JA Brand c PW Borren b LA Turmaine 37 47 4 1
LW Stokkers c LA Turmaine b BN Cooper 13 19 2 0
D Vierling*+ lbw b LA Turmaine 8 29 0 0
MB van Schelven c BN Cooper b LA Turmaine 1 11 0 0
PG Dake not out 16 11 0 1
S Diwan c LA Turmaine b PW Borren 12 25 0 0
extras (b0 lb1 w8 nb1) 10
TOTAL 10 wickets for 211
FOW
1-11(LG Del Bianco) 2-64(HJ van Gigch) 3-73(JG Bista) 4-95(S Ekelmans) 5-140(GMC Mol) 6-173(JA Brand) 7-173(LW Stokkers) 8-182(MB van Schelven) 9-183(D Vierling) 10-211(S Diwan)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
QWM Gunning 8 0 47 1
HG Mia 9 2 31 2
PW Borren 6.1 1 20 2 2
BL Graber 5 0 31 0
LA Turmaine 10 0 31 3 2
V Singh 3 0 26 1 1
BN Cooper 7 1 24 1
VRA I 1st Innings 212/7 (Overs 41.3)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
V Singh not out 80 121 5 3
ES Szwarczynski c JG Bista b S Diwan 6 21 1 0
BN Cooper c LW Stokkers b JA Brand 43 20 5 3
PW Borren* c S Diwan b GMC Mol 7 16 0 0
E van den Burg c LG Del Bianco b JA Brand 4 3 1 0
LA Turmaine c D Vierling b MB van Schelven 36 47 5 0
MW Lake run out HJ van Gigch 10 11 1 1
MB Lees+ run out GMC Mol 0 1 0 0
BL Graber not out 6 10 1 0
QWM Gunning dnb
HG Mia dnb
extras (b1 lb0 w18 nb1) 20
TOTAL 7 wickets for 212
FOW
1-30(ES Szwarczynski) 2-85(BN Cooper) 3-99(PW Borren) 4-105(E van den Burg) 5-182(LA Turmaine) 6-201(MW Lake) 7-201(MB Lees)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
PG Dake 10 0 42 0 6 1
S Diwan 6 1 53 1 3
JG Bista 8 0 41 0
JA Brand 8.3 0 32 2 2
GMC Mol 4 0 24 1 3
MB van Schelven 5 0 19 1

Scorecard | Sparta vs VOC | 11.08.19

Sparta I Vs VOC I
1-Innings Match Played At Sportpark Bermweg, Capelle a/d IJssel, 11-Aug-2019, Topklasse
Sparta I Win by 62 runs
Round 16
Toss won by Sparta I
Umpires PGHA van Giezen – DJ Kalloe
Home Side Sparta I
Comment Match interrupted through illness of ZDA van Baren, Sparta 82-2 (19 overs). Match reduced to 44 overs; revised DLS target 213.
Points Awarded Sparta I 2, VOC I 0
Sparta I 1st Innings 206/6 Closed (Overs 44)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
AT Fletcher c SP van Lent b A Said 10 0 0 0
RS Tasawar Iqbal lbw b BW Hanif 6 0 0 0
TIM de Kok st SP van Lent b MA Durrani 40 0 0 0
M Bukhari c SP van Lent b A Said 71 0 0 0
AF Buurman+ c CL Rutgers b BW Hanif 9 0 0 0
G Singh lbw b MP O'Dowd 0 0 0 0
M Singh not out 37 0 0 0
N Ibrahimkhil not out 10 0 0 0
JM Snoep* dnb
AO Smelt dnb
MB Hoornweg dnb
extras (b0 lb5 w13 nb0) 18
penalty runs 5
TOTAL 6 wickets for 206
FOW
1-19(AT Fletcher) 2-19(RS Tasawar Iqbal) 3-105(TIM de Kok) 4-134(AF Buurman) 5-137(G Singh) 6-181(M Bukhari)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
A Said 9 1 24 2
BW Hanif 9 3 50 2
ZDA van Baren 4.3 0 22 0
RR Upadhyaya 8 0 44 0
R Malik .3 0 0 0
MA Durrani 6 0 23 1
MP O'Dowd 7 0 33 1
VOC I 1st Innings 150/9 All Out (Overs 31.2)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
MP O'Dowd c AF Buurman b M Bukhari 11 0 0 0
SA Edwards c M Bukhari b MB Hoornweg 21 0 0 0
SP van Lent+ c M Singh b M Bukhari 0 0 0 0
PM Seelaar* c AF Buurman b MB Hoornweg 58 0 0 0
CL Rutgers lbw b MB Hoornweg 11 0 0 0
MA Durrani c N Ibrahimkhil b M Singh 1 0 0 0
RR Upadhyaya b M Bukhari 25 0 0 0
A Said lbw b M Bukhari 6 0 0 0
BW Hanif b MB Hoornweg 2 0 0 0
R Malik not out 2 0 0 0
ZDA van Baren Absent Hurt
extras (b2 lb3 w8 nb0) 13
TOTAL 9 wickets for 150
FOW
1-20(MP O'Dowd) 2-20(SP van Lent) 3-82(SA Edwards) 4-104(PM Seelaar) 5-110(CL Rutgers) 6-121(MA Durrani) 7-139(A Said) 8-148(RR Upadhyaya) 9-150(BW Hanif)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
M Bukhari 8 0 36 4
JM Snoep 7 0 45 0
MB Hoornweg 8.2 1 32 4
AT Fletcher 6 0 27 0
M Singh 2 1 5 1

Scorecard | HCC vs Exclesior | 04.08.19

HCC I Vs Excelsior 20 I
1-Innings Match Played At De Diepput, Den Haag, 04-Aug-2019, Topklasse
Excelsior 20 I Win by 49 runs
Round 15
Toss won by Excelsior 20 I
Umpires HM Butt – DJ Kalloe
Scorers K Pattiselanno – EM Heggelman
Home Side HCC I
Points Awarded Excelsior 20 I 2, HCC I 0
Excelsior 20 I 1st Innings 201/10 All Out (Overs 48)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
TC Etman b AA Qasim 19 25 3 0
RTF Verhagen+ c AJ Staal b AA Qasim 0 1 0 0
LT Ingram c DL Walhain b OO Klaus 14 37 0 1
BA Parchment c HC Overdijk b AA Qasim 77 92 4 3
TJ Heggelman* c&b OO Klaus 6 40 0 0
J Kroesen c BHG Gorlee b AA Qasim 42 63 3 0
L van Wyk run out HC Overdijk/LJF Lagas 5 10 0 0
DA Woutersen run out OO Klaus 1 1 0 0
SG Shankar c AJ Staal b BE Street 14 11 2 0
UF Baker b BE Street 2 5 0 0
S Bhatti not out 2 2 0 0
extras (b0 lb3 w16 nb0) 19
TOTAL 10 wickets for 201
FOW
1-4(RTF Verhagen) 2-28(TC Etman) 3-42(LT Ingram) 4-66(TJ Heggelman) 5-174(J Kroesen) 6-176(BA Parchment) 7-178(DA Woutersen) 8-186(L van Wyk) 9-198(UF Baker) 10-201(SG Shankar)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
HC Overdijk 5 0 15 0 3
AA Qasim 10 0 39 4 4
OO Klaus 10 2 34 2 3
BE Street 9 0 35 2 1
MW Hay 10 0 47 0
BR Itagi 4 0 28 0 1
HCC I 1st Innings 152/10 All Out (Overs 45.3)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
AJ Staal* c RTF Verhagen b BA Parchment 2 8 0 0
AO Wiffen lbw b UF Baker 16 37 2 0
BE Street c L van Wyk b UF Baker 29 51 5 0
BHG Gorlee lbw b LT Ingram 3 17 0 0
BR Itagi c TJ Heggelman b LT Ingram 26 39 1 0
HC Overdijk run out DA Woutersen 46 79 1 2
MW Hay c TC Etman b TJ Heggelman 9 16 1 0
DL Walhain c RTF Verhagen b TJ Heggelman 0 2 0 0
AA Qasim not out 15 21 1 0
OO Klaus b S Bhatti 0 3 0 0
LJF Lagas+ lbw b S Bhatti 0 1 0 0
extras (b0 lb1 w4 nb1) 6
TOTAL 10 wickets for 152
FOW
1-2(AJ Staal) 2-41(AO Wiffen) 3-49(BHG Gorlee) 4-53(BE Street) 5-108(BR Itagi) 6-122(MW Hay) 7-123(DL Walhain) 8-151(HC Overdijk) 9-152(OO Klaus) 10-152(LJF Lagas)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BA Parchment 7 0 23 1 1 1
TJ Heggelman 10 1 34 2
S Bhatti 7.3 0 28 2 2
UF Baker 10 2 28 2
LT Ingram 7 2 17 2 1
L van Wyk 4 0 21 0