• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    run out (de Beer/Brits)
    2
    18
    15
    0
    0
    11.11
    b Smith
    13
    25
    28
    2
    0
    52.00
    lbw b Brits
    41
    93
    107
    2
    1
    44.08
    c CS Terblanche b Fritz
    16
    15
    27
    3
    0
    106.66
    c †Reeves b de Beer
    7
    12
    27
    1
    0
    58.33
    lbw b Brits
    12
    43
    52
    0
    0
    27.90
    run out (Hodgkinson)
    28
    63
    69
    2
    0
    44.44
    b Brits
    0
    5
    5
    0
    0
    0.00
    run out (Kilowan)
    5
    13
    27
    0
    0
    38.46
    b Brits
    11
    14
    22
    0
    0
    78.57
    not out
    1
    1
    2
    0
    0
    100.00
    Extras
    32 (lb 4, nb 4, w 24)
    TOTAL
    168 all out (49.4 Overs, RR: 3.38)
    Fall of wickets: 1-10 (Nadine George, 4.1 ov), 2-24 (Nelly Williams, 7.5 ov), 3-50 (Pamela Lavine, 14.1 ov), 4-73 (Shane de Silva, 21.6 ov), 5-108 (Juliana Nero, 31.4 ov), 6-113 (Verena Felicien, 35.4 ov), 7-115 (Debbie-Ann Lewis, 37.1 ov), 8-135 (Stephanie Power, 44.5 ov), 9-165 (Envis Williams, 49.2 ov), 10-168 (Philippa Thomas, 49.4 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    C Brits9.413743.8273
    AE Smith1013613.6081
    APC Kilowan311204.0010
    C van der Westhuizen931802.0010
    SA Fritz813013.7510
    L de Beer1003113.1020

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