END OF OVER:
39 | 7 Runs | WAXI: 168/5

  • J Allenby7 (11b)
  • CA Lynn61 (90b)
  • WB Rankin9-2-34-2
  • CT Tremlett8-1-35-1
38.6
2
Rankin to Allenby, 2 runs,
38.5
0
Rankin to Allenby, no run,
38.4
0
Rankin to Allenby, no run,
38.3
0
Rankin to Allenby, no run,
38.2
1
Rankin to Lynn, 1 run,
38.1
4
Rankin to Lynn, FOUR,

END OF OVER:
38 | 7 Runs | WAXI: 161/5

  • CA Lynn56 (88b)
  • J Allenby5 (7b)
  • CT Tremlett8-1-35-1
  • WB Rankin8-2-27-2
37.6
1
Tremlett to Lynn, 1 run,
37.5
0
Tremlett to Lynn, no run,
37.4
4
Tremlett to Lynn, FOUR,
37.3
2
Tremlett to Lynn, 2 runs,

WA Chair XI 3rd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st9LJC TowersMS Harris
2nd15CA LynnMS Harris
3rd100MR MarshCA Lynn
4th2TIF TriffittCA Lynn
5th23CA LynnAJ Turner
6th19J AllenbyCA Lynn
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