18.3
1
Riley to ten Doeschate, 1 run,
18.2
0
Riley to ten Doeschate, no run,
18.1
6
Riley to ten Doeschate, SIX runs,

END OF OVER:
18 | 4 Runs | Essex: 48/3

  • ML Pettini19 (29b)
  • RN ten Doeschate1 (3b)
  • DI Stevens1-0-4-0
  • CE Shreck9-4-19-1
17.6
0
Stevens to Pettini, no run,
17.5
0
Stevens to Pettini, no run,
17.4
4
Stevens to Pettini, FOUR runs,
17.3
0
Stevens to Pettini, no run,
17.2
0
Stevens to Pettini, no run,
17.1
0
Stevens to Pettini, no run,

END OF OVER:
17 | 3 Runs | Essex: 44/3

  • ML Pettini15 (23b)
  • RN ten Doeschate1 (3b)
  • CE Shreck9-4-19-1
  • Azhar Mahmood8-2-25-2
16.6
3
Shreck to Pettini, 3 runs,
16.5
0
Shreck to Pettini, no run,

Essex 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st4T WestleyJC Mickleburgh
2nd15OA ShahT Westley
3rd16OA ShahML Pettini
4th20ML PettiniRN ten Doeschate
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