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NAM VS SCO MATCH 12

Match 12, Bridgetown, June 07, 2024, 12:30 AM

Namibia
155/9(20.0ov)
Scotland
157/5(18.3ov)

Scotland beat Namibia by 5 wickets

Win Projections to be updated soon
Probable Playing XI
Namibia: Malan Kruger, Niko Davin, David Wiese, Jan Frylinck, JJ Smit, Merwe Erasmus(c), JP Kotze, Zane Green†, Bernand Scholtz, Tangeni Lungamene, Ruben Trumpelmann.

Scotland: Richie Berrington(c), Michael Jones, George Munsey, Michael Leask, Brandon McMullen, Matthew Cross†, Chris Sole, Mark Watt, Brad Wheal, Chris Greaves, Bradley Currie.
RECENT PERFORMANCE
  • L
    ENG Won By 41 runs (D/L method)
  • L
    AUS Won By 9 wickets
  • L
    SCO Won By 5 wickets
  • W
    NAM Tied with OMA (NAM won by SuperOver)
  • W
    NAM Won By 3 runs (D/L method)
  • L
    AUS Won By 5 wickets
  • W
    SCO Won By 7 wickets
  • W
    SCO Won By 5 wickets
  • L
    AFG Won By 55 runs
  • L
    IRE Won By 5 wickets
PLAYER PERFORMANCE

Batsmen

George Munsey
George Munsey

BAT SR: 149.3 | BAT AVG: 41.2

Very Good
Richie Berrington
Richie Berrington

BAT SR: 117.6 | BAT AVG: 12

Bad
Michael Leask
Michael Leask

BAT SR: 115.7 | BAT AVG: 13.5

Bad
Matthew Cross
Matthew Cross

BAT SR: 115.4 | BAT AVG: 35.5

Neutral
Michael Jones
Michael Jones

BAT SR: 0 | BAT AVG: 0

None
Brandon McMullen
Brandon McMullen

BAT SR: 0 | BAT AVG: 0

None

Bowlers

Brandon McMullen
Mark Watt

BOWL SR: 18.8 | BOWL AVG: 21.4

Very Good
Brandon McMullen
Chris Sole

BOWL SR: 14.2 | BOWL AVG: 25

Very Good
Brandon McMullen
Chris Greaves

BOWL SR: 14.4 | BOWL AVG: 19.8

Good
Brandon McMullen
Bradley Currie

BOWL SR: 16.3 | BOWL AVG: 13.9

Good
Brandon McMullen
Brad Wheal

BOWL SR: 0 | BOWL AVG: 0

None

Batsmen

Zane Green
Zane Green

BAT SR: 166 | BAT AVG: 27.7

Very Good
JP Kotze
JP Kotze

BAT SR: 119.1 | BAT AVG: 21.2

Bad
Niko Davin
Niko Davin

BAT SR: 132 | BAT AVG: 45.4

Neutral
Malan Kruger
Malan Kruger

BAT SR: 0 | BAT AVG: 0

None

Bowlers

Malan Kruger
Ruben Trumpelmann

BOWL SR: 9.7 | BOWL AVG: 11.1

Very Good
Malan Kruger
Tangeni Lungamene

BOWL SR: 63 | BOWL AVG: 87.5

Very Bad
Malan Kruger
Bernand Scholtz

BOWL SR: 23.3 | BOWL AVG: 30

Bad
Man of the Match
Michael Leask
Commentry
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Matthew Cross comes in place of Richie Berrington and shares the skipper has a bit of cramps. Tells they have a chance to go in the next rounf and need to win next two games. Mentions they have few bruises today but in the end the job is done. Admits Michael Leask is a guy who lets his bat do the talk. Reckons they are taking one game at a time but are looking forward  to win both matches.
Merwe Erasmus says it is a big rivalry between these team and it did slipped this time. Shares it would have been sweet had his fifty would have come on the winning side. Tells a couple of players have developed and have done well to play on the big stage.
...Presentation...
Michael Leask wins the Player of the Match award. He says he just repayed the faith to a lot of people had on them. Adds this one feels special as they lost a couple of wickets and it got tough but his role was to find gaps and hit hard, not to over complicated. Shares he just waited for the bad ball and put some pressure on Namibia.
Namibia bowled well for most parts. They began well with the new ball and got an early breakthrough. The spinners were excellent through the middle. It was the last five where they lost it. They’ll be disappoint with the efforts of the three pacers towards the end. Had they executed their plans better, things could have been different. Earlier, it was the other captain, Merwe Erasmus who scored a fine fifty and took his team over 150 but they way Namibia played, they were looking for 170 and in the end, they dearly were short of runs to defend.
What a chase! The Scottish dug out is absolutely pumped up and why not? What an outstanding win this is! Berrington, their skipper, the mainstay. They were behind for most parts of the chase. They lost Munsey early, Jones and McMullen tried to steady things but just as they got going, Jones fell. McMullen did not last for long too and Cross was also dismissed early. Then came the match-winning stand between Berrington and Leask. The latter played the role of the aggressor and the former played as the perfect foil. They took Scotland to the brink of victory before Leask fell but Berrington stayed till the end and took his side over the line.
In over# 19
6
1
2
David Wiese 30/0(3.3)
18.3
6
SIX! Finishes it off in style! Take a bow, Richie Berrington. The skipper hits the winning runs. Another strong hit. A slower one on off. He launches it over the long on fence. Scotland win by 5 wickets.
18.2
1
Fuller and on the leg pole. Greaves swings, it goes off the inner half towards short fine leg for one.
18.1
2
Misfield and two! Shorter and on middle. This is pulled towards mid-wicket. The fielder fails to stop it. Two taken.
In over# 18
1
0W
1
1
3nb
6
1
Ruben Trumpelmann 36/1(4)
17.6
1
Angled into the pads. This is worked on the leg side for one. Singles will do it too.
17.5
W
OUT! TAKEN! Leask holes out but he has done his job for his side. What a knock. Brilliant. Came out when his side was in trouble and has probably won them the game. Just the 9 needed. He looks to go for another big one. Fuller and on off. A slower one. He hits it down the ground but it is more off the toe end. David takes it at long on.
17.4
1
Fuller and on off. This is hit down to long off for one.
17.3
1
Just the one from it. A slower one around off. Leask looks to sweep but this goes off the inner half on the leg side for one.
17.3
3nb
A low full toss now, this is hit back over the bowler's head for two. No ball too. Free Hit coming up.
17.2
6
SIX! That is massive. That is enormous. My word, what a gem of a knock this is from Leask. On middle. A slower one. He picks it, waits for it and smokes it over the mid-wicket fence for a biggie.
17.1
1
Lands safe! Fuller and outside off. Berrington lofts it over cover. Off the toe end. A run taken.
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