National Westminster Bank Trophy, 2000 / Scorecard

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National Westminster Bank Trophy - 2nd round

Northumberland v Bedfordshire

Northumberland won by 7 wickets (with 100 balls remaining)

Bedfordshire innings (50 overs maximum) R
W Larkins b Stanley 2
JR Page st †Nicholson b Foster 61
AR Roberts* c Angus b Foster 26
DJM Mercer c Heather b Crozier 4
OJ Clayson c & b Crozier 2
JG Hughes lbw b Foster 19
SN Murray run out 6
WE Sneath c & b Angus 4
IJ Fantham b Angus 0
GD Sandford c †Nicholson b Rutherford 6
B West not out 1
Extras (b 1, lb 11, w 15, nb 6) 33
Total (all out; 48 overs) 164 (3.41 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-11 (Larkins), 2-52 (Roberts), 3-71 (Mercer), 4-73 (Clayson), 5-119 (Hughes), 6-144 (Murray), 7-155 (Sneath), 8-155 (Fantham), 9-162 (Sandford), 10-164 (Page)
Bowling O M R W Econ
C Stanley 10 0 37 1 3.70
G Angus 10 2 34 2 3.40
DJ Rutherford 9 0 26 1 2.88
SJ Foster 9 0 21 3 2.33
LJ Crozier 10 2 34 2 3.40
Northumberland innings (target: 165 runs from 50 overs) R
W Falla c Page b Roberts 64
AT Heather lbw b Roberts 36
SJ Foster not out 38
B Parker b West 7
G Hallam not out 1
Extras (b 3, lb 3, w 13, nb 2) 21
Total (3 wickets; 33.2 overs) 167 (5.01 runs per over)
Did not bat JB Windows, PJ Nicholson*†, DJ Rutherford, LJ Crozier, G Angus, C Stanley
Fall of wickets 1-108 (Heather), 2-117 (Falla), 3-159 (Parker)
Bowling O M R W Econ
JG Hughes 5 1 18 0 3.60
WE Sneath 7 0 43 0 6.14
AR Roberts 10 1 33 2 3.30
IJ Fantham 5 0 33 0 6.60
B West 6.2 0 34 1 5.36
Match details
Toss Bedfordshire, who chose to bat
Player of the match SJ Foster (Northumberland)
Umpires P Brown and JW Thallon (Scotland)
 
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