- BATSMENRB4s6sSRc Lloyd b Marshall14690020.28c Richards b Garner6281021.42c †Dujon b Garner01000.00c †Dujon b Marshall4390010.25c Lloyd b Daniel03000.00b Richards23512045.09b Daniel62924167.39c Haynes b Richards8270029.62c & b Richards3150020.00b Daniel19401047.50not out120050.00Extras31 (b 4, lb 13, nb 7, w 7)TOTAL171 all out (60 Overs, RR: 2.85)Fall of wickets: 1-17 (GA Paterson), 2-17 (JG Heron), 3-41 (AJ Pycroft), 4-42 (DL Houghton), 5-42 (RD Brown), 6-79 (DAG Fletcher), 7-104 (IP Butchart), 8-115 (GE Peckover), 9-170 (KM Curran), 10-171 (PWE Rawson)
- BATSMENRB4s6sSRnot out881369064.70not out801358059.25Extras4 (lb 1, w 3)TOTAL172/0 (45.1 Overs, RR: 3.8)
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