Side 43 The Granite City 268 (5) (Berrington 110, Momsen 49 *) Beat Namibia 217 (Groenewald 42 *, Erasmus 35, Sharif 3-40, Sole 2-44), 51 runs (DLS method)
Scorecard and Breaking Details
The aggressive fast bowling performance led by Chris Sole dropped Namibia to fourth, from nine to nine, and comfortably defended the 269 goal on Monday with 51 wins (DLS). Rich Burrington's Sunday century helped Sol to establish a base before making sharp five-point spells to play on preparatory work, claiming the turnstiles of Stafford Bard and Jan Freelink. Namibia bowled 217 times in 39.4 overs.
Sofy was backed by Safyaan Sharif, 40 ended in 3 and earned the best in the game. Sharif has now given 33 larger deliveries to Luis van der West, giving them one 47 with eight overruns. Sol had four balls later scored by fellow opener Stefan Baard with 12 goals, and the short ball was pulled straight into Preston Mommsen, curled to the left of the right leg judge.
With a definite start in Namibia, with a good batting average, he had a good chance of chasing the target, but he doubled the batter with a double blow and made his shot picker weaker for the next hitter. Craig Williams attempted to connect Alasdare Evans to the 30 mph wind, but there was no protection on the bridge side boundary, but Kon De Lange had enough wind to run 30 yards on the square bridge, and he started a brilliant dive. Scotland is further galvanized on site.
Jan Frylinck made a drive to Evans in the mid-off to stop the slide in 56 minutes of the 13th, but Scotland remained high. Sol faced Christie Bill Joen as the first ball guard, causing a delay when Bill Joanne's helmet was removed and the medical staff brought an ice pack to a slightly dumb batter. When the game resumed, Viljoen slid another short ball from Sole four times.
Viljoen endured longer than Sole's order, but abandoned his turnstile for Mark Watt by turning a solid drive on the left arm rotor for a simple return catch. Gerhard Erasmus, who came in third, made a wise counterattack as the wickets swept around, spending most of his early overovers in the middle of the mid-season against strong winds against Dren. He swept the third ball of the left arm spinner into the deep mid-wickett six times on the 19th and repeatedly called the Namibian bag on the 21st.
But impatience, trying to scoop Burrington through the wind, got the best of Erasmus and failed to clean Evans from his short legs to fall 35 years old. Zane Green didn't miss a reverse sweep and made the 12 leg a 168 of 8.JJ Smit and Zhivago Groenewald gave a slight blow from 26 to 42 and 42 to 20 respectively before Sharif was caught. Out of bounds for the end of a match
This win led Scotland to third, 13th, and Papua New Guineas, 2nd and 1st, Holland, 3rd, respectively, at the WCL Championship table. Namibia held the last spot with two points and another loss on Tuesday guarantees the relegation to the WCL Division 2, providing another obstacle to the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
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