43.1
4
Pitcher to ten Doeschate, FOUR runs,

END OF OVER:
43 | 5 Runs | NL: 194/2 (1 run required from 42 balls, RR: 4.51, RRR: 0.14)

  • Daan van Bunge5 (13b)
  • Ryan ten Doeschate105 (124b)
  • Irving Romaine2-0-6-0
42.6
0
Romaine to van Bunge, no run,
42.5
0
Romaine to van Bunge, no run,
42.4
0
Romaine to van Bunge, no run,
42.3
2lb
Romaine to van Bunge, 2 leg byes,
42.2
3
Romaine to ten Doeschate, 3 runs,
42.1
0
Romaine to ten Doeschate, no run,

END OF OVER:
42 | 7 Runs | NL: 189/2 (6 runs required from 48 balls, RR: 4.50, RRR: 0.75)

  • Daan van Bunge5 (9b)
  • Ryan ten Doeschate102 (122b)
  • Josclyn Pitcher6-0-34-0
41.6
0
Pitcher to van Bunge, no run,
41.5
4
Pitcher to van Bunge, FOUR runs,
41.4
1
Pitcher to ten Doeschate, 1 run,
41.3
2
Pitcher to ten Doeschate, 2 runs,
41.2
0
Pitcher to ten Doeschate, no run,
41.1
0
Pitcher to ten Doeschate, no run,

END OF OVER:
41 | 3 Runs | NL: 182/2 (13 runs required from 54 balls, RR: 4.43, RRR: 1.44)

  • Daan van Bunge1 (7b)
  • Ryan ten Doeschate99 (118b)
  • Irving Romaine1-0-3-0
40.6
0
Romaine to van Bunge, no run,
40.5
0
Romaine to van Bunge, no run,
40.4
1
Romaine to ten Doeschate, 1 run,
40.3
1
Romaine to van Bunge, 1 run,

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Netherlands 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st1B ZuiderentDJ Reekers
2nd177B ZuiderentRN ten Doeschate
3rd20DLS van BungeRN ten Doeschate