Scorecard | Dosti vs Sparta | 21.05.18

Dosti United I Vs Sparta I
1-Innings Match Played At Sportpark Drieburg, 21-May-2018, Topklasse
Sparta I Win by 28 runs
Round 5
Toss won by Sparta I
Umpires RJ Akram – WPM van Liemt
Scorers R Seetal – A Smelt
Home Side Dosti United I
Points Awarded Sparta I 2, Dosti United I 0
Sparta I 1st Innings 256/9 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
CP Ambrose c Vimal Tewarie b M Hans 39 44 7 0
F Iqbal b M Hafeez 18 24 1 1
MA Pollard b TS Kohli 124 121 13 4
TIM de Kok+ lbw b M Hafeez 20 39 2 0
MU Ishfaq b Asief Hoseinbaks 10 23 0 1
M Bukhari c TS Kohli b W Masood 11 16 1 0
JM Snoep* not out 18 25 0 0
U Saleem run out TS Kohli 0 1 0 0
S Sardha b TS Kohli 0 1 0 0
D Muhammed run out M Hans 1 6 0 0
MB Hoornweg not out 0 0 0 0
extras (b0 lb5 w10 nb0) 15
TOTAL 9 wickets for 256
FOW
1-42(F Iqbal) 2-84(CP Ambrose) 3-144(TIM de Kok) 4-200(MU Ishfaq) 5-252(MA Pollard) 6-253(M Bukhari) 7-253(U Saleem) 8-253(S Sardha) 9-256(D Muhammed)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
A Davids 10 0 61 0 1
Asief Hoseinbaks 7 0 40 1 1
M Hafeez 10 2 26 2
W Masood 7 0 43 1 1
M Hans 4 1 27 1
TS Kohli 9 1 31 2 2
VAB Tewarie 3 0 23 0
Dosti United I 1st Innings 228/10 All Out (Overs 46.3)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
VAB Tewarie* c JM Snoep b M Bukhari 10 14 1 0
RI Ahmed+ c U Saleem b D Muhammed 16 21 2 1
TS Kohli c F Iqbal b U Saleem 52 73 6 0
M Hafeez c MA Pollard b F Iqbal 77 88 8 1
Vimal Tewarie b F Iqbal 18 21 3 0
A Davids c TIM de Kok b U Saleem 1 5 0 0
M Hans b MB Hoornweg 21 26 1 1
W Masood run out 1 3 0 0
Asief Hoseinbaks c D Muhammed b F Iqbal 9 7 0 0
F Hoseinbaks lbw b D Muhammed 6 18 0 0
Arief Hoseinbaks not out 2 5 0 0
extras (b1 lb3 w9 nb2) 15
TOTAL 10 wickets for 228
FOW
1-24(VAB Tewarie) 2-30(RI Ahmed) 3-130(TS Kohli) 4-178(Vimal Tewarie) 5-182(A Davids) 6-190(M Hafeez) 7-193(W Masood) 8-208(Asief Hoseinbaks) 9-226(M Hans) 10-228(F Hoseinbaks)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
M Bukhari 9 3 32 1 1 1
D Muhammed 8.3 1 37 2 1
MB Hoornweg 6 0 34 1 5
F Iqbal 10 1 40 3 2
U Saleem 10 0 66 2 1
JM Snoep 3 0 15 0

Scorecard | Punjab vs HCC | 21.05.18

Punjab I Vs HCC I
1-Innings Match Played At Zomercomplex, Rotterdam, 21-May-2018, Topklasse
HCC I Win by 7 wkts
Round 5
Toss won by HCC I
Umpires DJ Kalloe – R Kaulingfreks
Scorers N Mohammed – F Overdijk
Home Side Punjab I
Points Awarded Punjab I 0, HCC I 2
Punjab I 1st Innings 158/10 All Out (Overs 38.1)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
A Khan c LJF Lagas b HC Overdijk 33 57 7 0
A Raza c BE Street b FH de Lange 36 15 4 3
AK Bamunusinghe b MBS Jonkman 13 24 3 0
A Masood c LJF Lagas b HC Overdijk 14 14 3 0
BI Vorster c LJF Lagas b HC Overdijk 14 22 2 0
MA Saleemi c LJF Lagas b AA Qasim 4 22 0 0
Y Usman c LJF Lagas b FH de Lange 27 35 4 0
M Latif c AJ Staal b R Ninan 0 1 0 0
M Bajwa+ c BE Street b HC Overdijk 2 32 0 0
H Din c LJF Lagas b R Ninan 1 8 0 0
S Tariq* not out 0 0 0 0
extras (b4 lb2 w7 nb1) 14
TOTAL 10 wickets for 158
FOW
1-43(A Raza) 2-79(AK Bamunusinghe) 3-100(A Khan) 4-116(A Masood) 5-121(BI Vorster)6-140(MA Saleemi) 7-145(M Latif) 8-153(Y Usman) 9-158(M Bajwa) 10-158(H Din)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
R Ninan 8.1 1 35 2 1
FH de Lange 8 1 30 2 3 1
MBS Jonkman 4 0 23 1 1
AA Qasim 10 2 24 1
HC Overdijk 8 0 40 4 2
HCC I 1st Innings 162/3 (Overs 28.1)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
BE Street c A Raza b A Masood 0 14 0 0
AA Qasim c Y Usman b S Tariq 1 11 0 0
AJ Staal not out 79 83 9 4
BHG Gorlee b BI Vorster 13 18 1 0
HC Overdijk not out 39 44 2 1
R Ninan dnb
MBS Jonkman* dnb
LJF Lagas+ dnb
FH de Lange dnb
TF Peters dnb
JZ-X van Kessel dnb
extras (b2 lb4 w18 nb1) 25
penalty runs 5
TOTAL 3 wickets for 162
FOW
1-1(AA Qasim) 2-10(BE Street) 3-39(BHG Gorlee)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
S Tariq 5 3 8 1
A Masood 7 0 30 1
A Khan 5 1 21 0 3
BI Vorster 5 0 27 1 1
MA Saleemi 3 0 14 0 3
Y Usman 1 0 17 0 10 1
AK Bamunusinghe 1 0 19 0
M Latif 1 0 9 0
A Raza .1 0 6 0

Scorecard | Quick vs Excelsior | 21.05.18

Quick Haag I Vs Excelsior 20 I
1-Innings Match Played At Nieuw Hanenburg, DH, 21-May-2018, Topklasse
Excelsior 20 I Win by 7 wkts
Round 5
Toss won by Quick Haag I
Umpires Z Hussain – HKG Jansen
Scorers EM Heggelman – ME Bogaartz
Home Side Quick Haag I
Points Awarded Quick Haag I 0, Excelsior 20 I 2
Quick Haag I 1st Innings 269/6 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
LW Stokkers c DA Woutersen b TJ Heggelman 18 52 3 0
TJB Landheer lbw b TJ Heggelman 13 30 2 0
JG Bista* c DA Woutersen b TJ Heggelman 137 116 11 8
SB Davey lbw b S Bhatti 51 61 6 2
GMC Mol c SG Shankar b GG Kroesen 13 21 2 0
RR Rooda c JR Hilditch b LT Ingram 0 6 0 0
MB van Schelven not out 8 11 1 0
D Vierling+ not out 3 3 0 0
J van der Horst dnb
MI Khan dnb
S Ekelmans dnb
extras (b5 lb6 w15 nb0) 26
TOTAL 6 wickets for 269
FOW
1-26(TJB Landheer) 2-38(LW Stokkers) 3-173(SB Davey) 4-214(GMC Mol) 5-225(RR Rooda)6-260(JG Bista)<
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
JR Hilditch 10 2 28 0
RWA van Troost 6 0 29 0 3
TJ Heggelman 10 2 36 3 1
S Bhatti 9 0 66 1
GG Kroesen 6 1 32 1 6
HA Khan 4 0 19 0
LT Ingram 5 0 48 1 1
Excelsior 20 I 1st Innings 270/3 (Overs 49.1)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
TC Etman c D Vierling b MI Khan 1 9 0 0
SG Shankar c S Ekelmans b SB Davey 25 34 5 0
LT Ingram not out 127 134 15 3
J Kroesen c SB Davey b TJB Landheer 25 29 4 0
JR Hilditch not out 62 89 5 0
TJ Heggelman* dnb
DA Woutersen+ dnb
RWA van Troost dnb
GG Kroesen dnb
S Bhatti dnb
HA Khan dnb
extras (b1 lb2 w27 nb0) 30
TOTAL 3 wickets for 270
FOW
1-6(TC Etman) 2-60(SG Shankar) 3-118(J Kroesen)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
MI Khan 5 0 32 1 12
MB van Schelven 5 0 36 0 1
JG Bista 10 0 53 0 1
SB Davey 10 0 38 1 3
GMC Mol 10 0 53 0 5
TJB Landheer 6.1 0 34 1 1
LW Stokkers 3 0 21 0

Scorecard | VOC vs ACC | 21.05.18

VOC I Vs ACC I
1-Innings Match Played At Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam, 21-May-2018, Topklasse
VOC I Win by 86 runs
Round 5
Toss won by VOC I
Umpires J Hilhorst – Ali Mohammed
Scorers F van Lent
Home Side VOC I
Points Awarded VOC I 2, ACC I 0
VOC I 1st Innings 198/9 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
SA Edwards+ lbw b SA Zulfiqar 26 57 4 0
CL Rutgers c SA Zulfiqar b DJ Botha 22 24 5 0
ZDA van Baren c AA Zulfiqar b DJ Botha 0 4 0 0
MP O'Dowd c AA Zulfiqar b MA Raza 0 8 0 0
PM Seelaar* c AA Zulfiqar b DJ Botha 58 80 3 0
MAA Jamil run out SR Rasool 63 116 6 0
JD Schoonheim run out sub 5 3 1 0
FJ Klaassen c AA Zulfiqar b DJ Botha 2 3 0 0
UF Baker c AA Zulfiqar b SA Zulfiqar 6 4 1 0
PJ Fletcher not out 1 1 0 0
BW Hanif not out 0 0 0 0
extras (b6 lb3 w6 nb0) 15
TOTAL 9 wickets for 198
FOW
1-41(CL Rutgers) 2-41(ZDA van Baren) 3-46(MP O'Dowd) 4-56(SA Edwards) 5-169(PM Seelaar) 6-182(JD Schoonheim) 7-184(FJ Klaassen) 8-197(MAA Jamil) 9-198(UF Baker)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
DJ Botha 10 4 37 4 2
A Kumar 6 1 20 0
MA Raza 10 1 28 1 1
SA Zulfiqar 9 0 39 2
SM Zulfiqar 5 0 26 0 2
S Potdar 2 0 10 0
W Alim 8 1 29 0 1
ACC I 1st Innings 112/10 All Out (Overs 30.4)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
AA Zulfiqar c SA Edwards b FJ Klaassen 6 27 1 0
R Zulfiqar c ZDA van Baren b PJ Fletcher 1 6 0 0
SM Zulfiqar* c CL Rutgers b PJ Fletcher 0 3 0 0
RH Frenz+ c CL Rutgers b MP O'Dowd 55 75 10 0
SA Zulfiqar b MAA Jamil 7 8 1 0
SR Rasool st SA Edwards b MP O'Dowd 16 18 1 1
MA Raza c FJ Klaassen b MP O'Dowd 1 10 0 0
A Kumar b UF Baker 0 6 0 0
DJ Botha b UF Baker 3 8 0 0
S Potdar c PM Seelaar b UF Baker 0 13 0 0
W Alim not out 14 11 1 1
extras (b0 lb2 w6 nb1) 9
TOTAL 10 wickets for 112
FOW
1-2(R Zulfiqar) 2-2(SM Zulfiqar) 3-8(AA Zulfiqar) 4-19(SA Zulfiqar) 5-51(SR Rasool) 6-58(MA Raza) 7-59(A Kumar) 8-64(DJ Botha) 9-79(S Potdar) 10-112(RH Frenz)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
FJ Klaassen 5 0 13 1
PJ Fletcher 4 2 6 2
MAA Jamil 5 0 18 1 1 1
PM Seelaar 3 0 26 0
MP O'Dowd 8.4 2 18 3 3
UF Baker 5 1 29 3

Scorecard | VRA vs HBS | 21.05.18

VRA I Vs HBS I
1-Innings Match Played At Amstelveen (VRA), 21-May-2018, Topklasse
VRA I Win by 70 runs
Round 5
Toss won by VRA I
Umpires MA Din – ML Hancock
Scorers T Jansen Schoonhov – MAP Wiegers
Home Side VRA I
Points Awarded VRA I 2, HBS I 0
VRA I 1st Innings 273/8 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
ES Szwarczynski+ c FJ Vink b WT Coster 5 14 0 0
DJ ter Braak c TP Visée b WT Coster 3 13 0 0
E van den Burg* b W Barresi 64 76 8 1
PW Borren c F Khan b A Ahmed 54 75 6 0
BN Cooper c BA Westdijk b Navjit Singh 69 65 4 2
V Singh c SP Gomes b W Barresi 1 4 0 0
LA Turmaine lbw b WT Coster 31 43 3 0
QWM Gunning b Navjit Singh 10 11 0 0
MG Dunlop not out 2 1 0 0
MAK Raja not out 1 1 0 0
HG Mia dnb
extras (b4 lb11 w18 nb0) 33
TOTAL 8 wickets for 273
FOW
1-7(ES Szwarczynski) 2-14(DJ ter Braak) 3-143(E van den Burg) 4-145(PW Borren) 5-147(V Singh) 6-233(LA Turmaine) 7-270(BN Cooper) 8-270(QWM Gunning)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BA Westdijk 8 0 45 0 1
WT Coster 10 2 45 3
F Khan 1 0 6 0
Navjit Singh 6 0 36 2 6
J de Mey 5 0 33 0 3
W Barresi 10 1 35 2 5
A Ahmed 10 0 58 1
HBS I 1st Innings 203/10 All Out (Overs 43)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
W Barresi c MAK Raja b PW Borren 11 16 2 0
TP Visée*+ run out MAK Raja 41 27 6 0
SP Gomes c ES Szwarczynski b QWM Gunning 25 45 2 0
J Morgan lbw b MAK Raja 29 38 4 0
Navjit Singh b LA Turmaine 3 16 0 0
A Ahmed c ES Szwarczynski b MG Dunlop 13 32 1 0
WT Coster c E van den Burg b MG Dunlop 11 19 1 0
FJ Vink c PW Borren b DJ ter Braak 30 32 4 0
J de Mey c E van den Burg b DJ ter Braak 9 25 0 0
BA Westdijk c ES Szwarczynski b DJ ter Braak 6 3 0 1
F Khan not out 17 8 1 1
extras (b0 lb5 w3 nb0) 8
TOTAL 10 wickets for 203
FOW
1-37(W Barresi) 2-60(TP Visée) 3-105(J Morgan) 4-106(SP Gomes) 5-120(Navjit Singh) 6-135(WT Coster) 7-144(A Ahmed) 8-175(FJ Vink) 9-183(BA Westdijk) 10-203(J de Mey)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
QWM Gunning 7 1 29 1 1
HG Mia 2 0 14 0
PW Borren 7 0 28 1
MAK Raja 8 0 37 1
LA Turmaine 7 0 25 1
MG Dunlop 6 0 21 2
DJ ter Braak 6 0 44 3 2

Round 5 Preview

Bertus de Jong & Rod Lyall 20/05/18


BdJ: A quick turnaround after yesterday’s games and we’ve another full five game set of Topklasse matches to look forward to tomorrow. The heavily front-loaded schedule this season has been particularly unforgiving to slow-starters, and if the under-performing VRA hope to claw their way into contention they will need to take two points off HBS when they meet at the Amsterdamse Bos. A match that promised to be a highlight at the start of the season now sees the visitors start as strong favourites, with the Crows’ top order big guns Toby Visee, Wesley Barresi, Jaron Morgan and Sharn Gomes finally firing against Punjab yesterday.

The hosts will need early wickets if they are to contain them, though in Vivian Kingma and Quirijn Gunning they have the bowlers to deliver and it’s worth noting that HBS have yet to pass 160 away from home. But if HBS have been inconsistent, VRA have found altogether the wrong sort of consistency, with each of their top six having been dismissed for single figures at least as often as not thus far.

RL: It’s less obvious than the failures at the top of the batting order, but Gunning and Kingma have only taken nine wickets between them so far, and have not been as devastating as they might be expected to be. The turf of the Bos is not, of course, the artificial surface at Craeyenhout, and a repeat of Saturday’s 300-plus total by HBS would come as a surprise, but if the Crows’ top order has until now flattered to deceive, VRA’s has simply been miserably disappointing. The return to form of the HBS top four, however, proves that things can change very quickly, and Peter Borren’s 60 on Saturday illustrates the dormant power of the home side’s batting. Home advantage may in the end prove decisive here.


BdJ: Likewise hoping to turn around a poor start to the season will be Quick Haag at Nieuw Hanenburg tomorrow but with their opponents Excelsior ‘20 embarking on yet another winning streak it’s fair to say they will be underdogs even in their own back yard. So far in the season Quick have amassed just 460 runs for the loss of 38 wickets, and though Jay Bista’s 90 against HCC yesterday looked like a promise of a lot more runs to come, the rest of the batting card’s form inspires little confidence.

Though the defending champion’s four-wicket win over VOC chasing just 100 was far from emphatic, the fact that the lower middle order got them over the line after Fred Klaassen had removed both Ingram and Hilditch and reduced them to 5-37 will doubtless redouble the self-belief of the as-yet undefeated defending champions.

RL: Winning ugly can be the key to long-term championship success, and if Excelsior have been less than wholly convincing so far, the fact remains that they go on winning. The Schiedammers’ bowling has been the decisive factor, and with the five-man seam attack of Hilditch, Van Troost, Heggelman, Bhatti and Gijs Kroesen backed up by the spin of Ingram, they should be sharp enough to dismiss Quick’s brittle batting regardless of who bats first. Quick put up more of a fight against HCC than they managed against VOC a week ago, but it would be a major shock if Excelsior failed to return to Thurlede with the points.


BdJ: Likewise undefeated thus far are Dosti-United, in no small part thanks to the stellar form of Taruwar Kohli, now on three centuries from four innings, who seems to have rather got the hang of Dutch conditions in his second Topklasse season. With support from a rotating cast of partners including Rahil Ahmed, Vinoo Tewarie or the veteran Hafeez, Dosti have been able to put opponents under scoreboard pressure and have had the discipline to capitalise.

It remains to be seen of course how well the Dosti line-up will cope should Kohli fall early, and with Sparta 1888’s Mudassar Bukhari relishing his top-flight return they have the firepower up front to put their hosts on the back foot, and they showed against HBS and VRA that they have the ability to knock over more highly-rated top orders than that of Dosti.

RL: It’s the all-round team effort of Dosti United under Vinoo Tewarie’s leadership which has impressed so far, almost as much as the disciplined technique and awesome consistency of Taruwar Kohli. Nor should we forget the menace of Anees Davids, who adds a real cutting edge to the attack and considerable power to the middle order. ACC were profoundly disappointing on Saturday, but Dosti maintained the pressure extremely well, and while Sparta have potential match-winners in Bukhari and Michael Pollard, and a supporting cast of solid performers, they probably lack the quality in depth to mount a really sustained challenge.


BdJ: Meanwhile Dosti’s Amsterdam rivals ACC will head down to Hazelaarweg to take on VOC Rotterdam. Though neither side have had the start to the season they might have hoped for, the Rotterdammers will back themselves to bounce back after their disappointment at Thurlede, especially with Max O’Dowd slated to return from injury and skipper Pieter Seelaar back at the helm. O’Dowd and Seelaar’s return not only adds some depth to a batting order full of talent but low on form, but also adds extra options with the ball, meaning it’s hard to see who ACC might look to target.

With ACC overseas players Richardt Frenz and Devon Botha yet to make much of an impact this season the Amsterdammers have been even more reliant than usual on the Zulfiqar clan, and when some or all of the brothers fail heavy defeats usually follow.

RL: If ACC’s attack failed to impress on Saturday the batting was much worse, and with three of the four Zulfiqar brothers going cheaply it was left to Sikander to try, rather forlornly, to marshal the inexperienced tail. VOC came back hard at Excelsior after their own batting collapse, and with Fred Klaassen and Pierce Fletcher leading a menacing attack it will take a much more concentrated effort from the Amsterdammers’ top order if they are to take anything from the weekend. VOC need a win to stay in touch with the leaders, and it’s hard to see who is likely to deny them.


BdJ: The round’s final match will see HCC travel to the Zomercomplex to take on Punjab Rotterdam, though as with all of Punjab’s games so far this season the validity of the match is contingent on the outcome of the Rotterdam club’s ongoing dispute with the KNCB regarding the status of Ali Raza and Mamoon Latif, who will likely play again come Monday. The pair were not enough to help Punjab bag two provisional points yesterday however, when a rampant HBS top-order ran up the season’s first 300+ score against them, and Navjit Singh ensured they would fall well short. Stephan Myburgh’s fluctuating form is a particular worry, though he and Raza showed the danger the Punjab opening pair can pose last week against ACC should they get going, but given that that onslaught has delivered their only points thus far one feels early wickets could put them out of the game early.

HCC meanwhile celebrated their 140-year jubilee with a 3-wicket win over Quick and head into the game with momentum on their side,  and an enviable new ball attck. Bryce Street has shown his value with both bat and ball, and though Jonathan Vandiar remains irreplaceable, HCC will be very pleased with his stand-in thus far. Much continues to depend on HCC’s own young batsmen stepping up this season, though with Tonny Staal at least rising to the occasion the Haagse may yet be revising their ambitions upwards from the mid-table finish they were targetting at the start of the summer.

RL: Even with their enhanced line-up Punjab have not shown much sign so far of repeating last season’s successes, and it’s clear that they are missing the contribution of Shoaib Minhaas, Khurram Shazad and Yasir Ali. Three defeats out of four on the field may be overshadowed by the eligibility dispute, but it would in itself be sufficient to suggest that the Rotterdammers might be early candidates for relegation. That said, HCC too have struggled to find their best form. They, though, have won two on the trot, and will be very keen to make it three and reinforce their mid-table position.


BdJ’s Round 5 tips: HBS, Excelsior, Dosti, VOC, HCC

RL’s Round 5 tips: VRA, Excelsior, Dosti, VOC, HCC

Scorecard | Sparta vs VRA | 19.05.18

Sparta I Vs VRA I
1-Innings Match Played At Sportpark Bermweg, Capelle a/d IJssel, 19-May-2018, Topklasse
Sparta I Win by 3 wkts
Round 4
Toss won by VRA I
Umpires AND van den Dries – PGHA van Giezen
Home Side Sparta I
Points Awarded VRA I 0, Sparta I 2
VRA I 1st Innings 148/10 All Out (Overs 43.3)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
V Singh c MA Pollard b M Bukhari 2
DJ ter Braak b M Bukhari 14
BN Cooper b M Bukhari 1
ES Szwarczynski+ c TIM de Kok b M Bukhari 0
PW Borren lbw b JM Snoep 60
E van den Burg* b M Bukhari 0
LA Turmaine c MB Hoornweg b JM Snoep 29
QWM Gunning not out 15
MAK Raja lbw b JM Snoep 0
MG Dunlop lbw b F Iqbal 0
HG Mia c MB Hoornweg b F Iqbal 2
extras (b4 lb3 w18 nb0) 25
TOTAL 10 wickets for 148
FOW
1-11(V Singh) 2-18(BN Cooper) 3-18(ES Szwarczynski) 4-30(DJ ter Braak) 5-30(E van den Burg) 6-119(PW Borren) 7-129(LA Turmaine) 8-132(MAK Raja) 9-135(MG Dunlop) 10-148(HG Mia)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
M Bukhari 10 1 23 5
D Muhammed 10 0 25 0
U Saleem 4 0 16 0
MB Hoornweg 5 0 27 0
JM Snoep 8 0 34 3
MA Pollard 2 0 9 0
F Iqbal 4.3 2 7 2
Sparta I 1st Innings 151/7 (Overs 46.1)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
CP Ambrose b QWM Gunning 4 6 1 0
U Saleem c ES Szwarczynski b QWM Gunning 1 4 0 0
MA Pollard c ES Szwarczynski b LA Turmaine 57 86 3 2
TIM de Kok+ c DJ ter Braak b HG Mia 22 36 2 0
F Iqbal lbw b HG Mia 9 23 1 0
M Bukhari c QWM Gunning b MG Dunlop 18 34 0 1
JM Snoep* not out 13 59 2 0
D Muhammed run out 0 4 0 0
S Sardha not out 16 25 1 0
MB Hoornweg dnb
AO Smelt dnb
extras (b0 lb3 w8 nb0) 11
TOTAL 7 wickets for 151
FOW
1-4(CP Ambrose) 2-5(U Saleem) 3-51(TIM de Kok) 4-75(F Iqbal) 5-109(MA Pollard) 6-115(M Bukhari) 7-118(D Muhammed)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
QWM Gunning 9 0 35 2 1
PW Borren 7 0 26 0 1
HG Mia 10 2 21 2 1
MAK Raja 7.1 3 27 0
LA Turmaine 9 0 19 1 1
MG Dunlop 4 0 20 1

Scorecard | HBS vs Punjab | 19.05.18

HBS I Vs Punjab I
1-Innings Match Played At Craeyenhout, Den Haag, 19-May-2018, Topklasse
HBS I Win by 62 runs
Round 4
Umpires HKG Jansen – P Muthucumaru
Scorers MAP Wiegers – N Mohammed
Home Side HBS I
Points Awarded HBS I 2, Punjab I 0
HBS I 1st Innings 304/4 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
W Barresi c M Latif b AK Bamunusinghe 45 83 5 0
TP Visée*+ c Y Usman b M Latif 89 57 12 4
SP Gomes c M Latif b BI Vorster 72 87 4 2
J Morgan c&b BI Vorster 69 66 0 0
A Ahmed not out 13 7 1 1
FJ Vink not out 0 0 0 0
Navjit Singh dnb
WT Coster dnb
J de Mey dnb
F Khan dnb
BA Westdijk dnb
extras (b5 lb1 w7 nb3) 16
TOTAL 4 wickets for 304
FOW
1-131(TP Visée) 2-168(W Barresi) 3-277(J Morgan) 4-294(SP Gomes)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
MA Saleemi 7 2 24 0
A Khan 4 0 31 0 1
A Masood 10 1 41 0 2
S Tariq 9 0 54 0
BI Vorster 9 0 73 2 1
M Latif 2 0 26 1 1 2
AK Bamunusinghe 9 0 49 1 3
Punjab I 1st Innings 242/10 Closed (Overs 47.3)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
SJ Myburgh c J Morgan b Navjit Singh 37 50 4 0
A Raza c TP Visée b BA Westdijk 31 20 5 1
AK Bamunusinghe b WT Coster 20 24 4 0
A Khan c W Barresi b Navjit Singh 4 14 0 0
A Masood b F Khan 5 19 0 0
BI Vorster b Navjit Singh 72 88 6 1
M Latif c TP Visée b A Ahmed 5 20 0 0
Y Usman lbw b Navjit Singh 36 35 2 2
MA Saleemi c W Barresi b Navjit Singh 1 2 0 0
M Bajwa+ not out 6 9 0 0
S Tariq* c J Morgan b BA Westdijk 0 4 0 0
extras (b0 lb3 w22 nb0) 25
TOTAL 10 wickets for 242
FOW
1-53(A Raza) 2-76(AK Bamunusinghe) 3-83(A Khan) 4-102(A Masood) 5-120(SJ Myburgh) 6-147(M Latif) 7-218(Y Usman) 8-223(MA Saleemi) 9-236(BI Vorster) 10-242(S Tariq)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
BA Westdijk 8.3 0 38 2 4
WT Coster 10 0 58 1
Navjit Singh 10 0 39 5 7
F Khan 9 0 43 1 10
J de Mey 5 0 10 0
A Ahmed 3 0 35 1 1
W Barresi 2 0 16 0

Scorecard | ACC vs Dosti | 19.05.18

ACC I Vs Dosti United I
1-Innings Match Played At Het Loopveld West, 19-May-2018, Topklasse
Dosti United I Win by 137 runs
Round 4
Toss won by Dosti United I
Umpires J Hilhorst – Z Hussain
Scorers DC Schinkel – R Seetal
Home Side ACC I
Points Awarded Dosti United I 2, ACC I 0
Dosti United I 1st Innings 247/7 Closed (Overs 50)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
VAB Tewarie* b SM Zulfiqar 32 53 4 0
RI Ahmed+ c S Potdar b DJ Botha 11 16 2 0
TS Kohli b SM Zulfiqar 111 115 13 1
M Hafeez c R Zulfiqar b DJ Botha 38 59 3 0
Vimal Tewarie c&b SM Zulfiqar 6 15 1 0
A Davids c S Potdar b SM Zulfiqar 7 6 0 0
M Hans lbw b DJ Botha 11 20 1 0
Asief Hoseinbaks not out 17 18 1 0
Arief Hoseinbaks dnb
W Masood dnb
Aghem Khan dnb
extras (b2 lb1 w11 nb0) 14
TOTAL 7 wickets for 247
FOW
1-15(RI Ahmed) 2-78(VAB Tewarie) 3-170(M Hafeez) 4-193(Vimal Tewarie) 5-204(A Davids) 6-204(A Davids) 7-219(TS Kohli)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
DJ Botha 10 2 39 3 1
A Kumar 8 0 34 0 3
MA Raza 10 1 36 0
SA Zulfiqar 8 1 50 0 2
SM Zulfiqar 9 0 52 4 1
W Alim 3 0 15 0 2
S Potdar 2 0 18 0 1
ACC I 1st Innings 110/10 All Out (Overs 42.2)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
AA Zulfiqar b Asief Hoseinbaks 3 24 0 0
R Zulfiqar c W Masood b Asief Hoseinbaks 1 2 0 0
SM Zulfiqar* c Asief Hoseinbaks b A Davids 1 4 0 0
RH Frenz+ c M Hans b W Masood 14 29 1 0
SA Zulfiqar not out 48 78 2 0
SR Rasool c RI Ahmed b M Hafeez 9 41 0 0
MA Raza c M Hafeez b M Hans 6 12 0 0
A Kumar c A Davids b M Hans 2 23 0 0
DJ Botha lbw b M Hans 0 1 0 0
S Potdar c A Davids b VAB Tewarie 9 40 0 0
W Alim run out M Hans/Arief Hoseinbaks 0 0 0 0
extras (b0 lb1 w16 nb0) 17
TOTAL 10 wickets for 110
FOW
1-5(R Zulfiqar) 2-6(SM Zulfiqar) 3-22(AA Zulfiqar) 4-28(RH Frenz) 5-56(SR Rasool) 6-73(MA Raza) 7-81(A Kumar) 8-81(DJ Botha) 9-105(S Potdar) 10-110(W Alim)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
A Davids 5 1 12 1 1
Asief Hoseinbaks 9 2 25 2 3
W Masood 5 1 14 1 1
M Hans 10 0 24 3 2
M Hafeez 8 2 19 1 2
Arief Hoseinbaks 3.2 0 10 0 1
VAB Tewarie 2 0 5 1

Scorecard | Excelsior vs VOC | 19.05.18

Excelsior 20 I Vs VOC I
1-Innings Match Played At Thurlede, Schiedam, 19-May-2018, Topklasse
Excelsior 20 I Win by 4 wkts
Round 4
Umpires DJ Kalloe – WPM van Liemt
Scorers EM Heggelman – F van Lent
Home Side Excelsior 20 I
Points Awarded VOC I 0, Excelsior 20 I 2
VOC I 1st Innings 100/10 All Out (Overs 32.5)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
SA Edwards+ c TC Etman b S Bhatti 9 38 1 0
SP van Lent c J Kroesen b RWA van Troost 2 17 0 0
ZDA van Baren c GG Kroesen b TJ Heggelman 22 34 3 0
FJ Klaassen c LT Ingram b TJ Heggelman 0 9 0 0
CL Rutgers* lbw b S Bhatti 14 21 1 1
MAA Jamil c RTF Verhagen b S Bhatti 6 11 1 0
JD Schoonheim c DA Woutersen b LT Ingram 10 28 0 0
R Upadhyaya c TJ Heggelman b GG Kroesen 19 24 2 0
UF Baker lbw b LT Ingram 0 3 0 0
BW Hanif b JR Hilditch 5 12 0 0
PJ Fletcher not out 1 1 0 0
extras (b0 lb6 w5 nb1) 12
TOTAL 10 wickets for 100
FOW
1-7(SP van Lent) 2-45(ZDA van Baren) 3-45(SA Edwards) 4-45(FJ Klaassen) 5-56(MAA Jamil) 6-69(CL Rutgers) 7-83(JD Schoonheim) 8-83(UF Baker) 9-99(R Upadhyaya) 10-100(BW Hanif)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
JR Hilditch 7.5 1 23 1 1
RWA van Troost 6 2 16 1 5
S Bhatti 7 1 19 3
TJ Heggelman 6 1 15 2
LT Ingram 3 0 11 2
GG Kroesen 3 0 10 1
Excelsior 20 I 1st Innings 102/6 (Overs 30.4)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
TC Etman b FJ Klaassen 0 3 0 0
SG Shankar b FJ Klaassen 0 1 0 0
TJ Heggelman* b FJ Klaassen 18 21 2 0
LT Ingram b FJ Klaassen 4 8 0 0
JR Hilditch run out 4 14 1 0
J Kroesen lbw b PJ Fletcher 28 49 4 0
DA Woutersen not out 17 64 0 0
GG Kroesen not out 11 31 1 0
RTF Verhagen+ dnb
RWA van Troost dnb
S Bhatti dnb
extras (b2 lb1 w10 nb7) 20
TOTAL 6 wickets for 102
FOW
1-2(SG Shankar) 2-16(TC Etman) 3-23(LT Ingram) 4-27(TJ Heggelman) 5-37(JR Hilditch) 6-72(J Kroesen)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
FJ Klaassen 10 1 43 4 5 6
PJ Fletcher 6 1 11 1 2
MAA Jamil 6 0 23 0 1
UF Baker 3 0 10 0
BW Hanif 5 2 8 0 2
ZDA van Baren .4 0 4 0