23 January 2013

Namibia: T20 League Semi-Final Spots Booked

Windhoek — After two weekends of hard-hitting cricket, the round robin of the Premier T20 League is completed and four teams have grasped their berths in the semi-finals.

Wanderers 1 top the log after losing only one match against WHSOBCC 1. The Pionierspark outfit was placed second. United 1 also lost one game out of the five, but a draw against WHSOBCC saw them hand the 3rd place to Wanderers 2.

Wanderers 1 will take on United 1 at 09h00 on the Wanderers field and the other semi-final will see WHSOBCC 1 and Wanderers fight for the other final spot at United. The final will take place at 14h00, but the venue is still to be confirmed.

Batsmen to look out for is Wanderers hitman Wessel Myburgh, who is the leading run scorer with 205 runs at an average of 41 and a strike rate of 150, and his big hitting partner Niel Rossouw with 185 runs, average of 46 and a remarkable strike rate of 208.

WHSOBCC who dominate with the ball has the two leading wicket takers in the league. Craig Williams is the chief destroyer with 10 wickets in 15 overs, with an impressive strike rate of 9 balls per wicket, while Vernon Cloete has the best economy rate in the league with 4.58 per over, and picked up 9 wickets in 14 overs.

Week 16 S/Final Wanderers v United 1 Wanderers

26-01-'13 2 WHSOBCC v Wanderers 2 S/Final United


Week 16 Final Winner 1 v Winner 2 TBA



Team Play Win Loose Draw Net Run Rate Points

1 Wanderers 1 5 4 1 0 1.8632 16

2 WHSOBCC 1 5 3 1 1 1.2239 14

3 Wanderers 2 5 3 2 0 0.3711 12

4 United 1 5 3 1 1 0.2332 11

5 CCD 1 5 1 4 0 -1.0461 2

6 Welwitschia 5 0 5 0 -2.3667 -4

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