Group B Preview

Bertus de Jong 15/04/22

While the rather drastic Topklasse restructure that sees the competition expanded to 12 teams and then split into two groups for the first phase of the competition has rather divided opinion, it’s probably too early to say whether there are any clear winners or losers from the introduction of the one-off 2022 format. The easing of global travel restrictions and consequent influx of overseas players for the coming summer will naturally reshuffle the relative strengths of the teams, especially as clubs have not all availed themselves of the reopened borders to the same extent, yet whether by luck or judgement the two pools seem to have come out comparatively well-balanced.

2021 runners-up Voorburg CC have made by a distance the most eye-catching signings for the coming season, with South Africa international Janneman Malan added to the VCC roster for the first phase of the competition, and Malan’s elder brother Andre replacing him for the back end of the summer. North West Dragons seam all-rounder Delano Potgieter will also feature for the first half of the season, strengthening a pace attack that also boasts the returning Logan van Beek and fellow Netherlands internationals Vivian Kingma and Bas de Leede, as well as Ali Qasim Ahmed and the veteran Stef Mulder.

VCC will hope de Leede’s pre-season form with the bat continues, the skipper likely to shoulder more responsibility in the middle order in the absence of the injured Sybrand Engelbrecht and Aryan Dutt, who has moved to VRA. In addition to the South African trio, brothers Musa and Shariz Ahmed will also be turning out for VCC this season, occasional Netherlands opening bat Musa coming from HCC and national under 19s spinner Shariz arriving from Groen & Wit. The latter will join legspinner Philippe Boissevain in the slow-bowling section, and with the unheralded but dependable Mohit Hingorani behind the sticks there’s few obvious weaknesses in the Voorburg side.

VCC’s chief concern will likely be the demands placed on their Dutch internationals by Oranje’s hectic summer schedule, but if they can keep something close to a full strength team on the park through the season they look like strong contenders to take the title.

Conversely 2021 bronze-medallists VRA have seen a number of departures and retirements over the winter, with Dutch international Ben Cooper taking early retirement and the stalwart Eric Szwarczynski also hanging up his boots. Pace spearhead Quirijn Gunning will also be unavailable, having cycled off in the general direction of Australia, while promising young spinner Luke Hartsink is also understood to have stepped back from the game. With plans to bring the iconic Nepali pace duo Sompal Kami and Karan KC to the Bos having fallen through at the last minute, the Amsterdammers are left looking rather bereft of star power and generally threadbare.

They will look to the ever-improving Vikram Singh to both deliver on his promise at the top of the order and shoulder more responsibility with the ball, likely opening the bowler with southpaw Ashir Abid. The arrival of Singh’s fellow Dutch-international Aryan Dutt from VCC will go some way to shoring up both the batting and bowling, With Jack Balbirnie and veteran gloveman Mitch Lees both enjoying solid but unspectacular seasons last year, much will depend on evergreen skipper Peter Borren’s form with the bat, the former national captain also likely to play a holding role with the ball through the middle overs.

Offspinner Leon Turmaine will lend some experience in the slow-bowling department, but VRA will be relying to a great extent youth be it local youngsters such as Udit Nashier, Debrup Dasgupta and Shirase Rasool or two new arrivals – untested South African rookies Johan Smal and Eduard Visser the club’s only overseas acquisitions for the season. All told the venerable Amsterdam club looks to be heading toward something of a transitional phase, and without any high-profile pros will likely be happy enough merely to survive in the top flight another year.

Similarly VOC Rotterdam will be doing without any big-name overseas for the coming season, with sometime VCC-er Matt Smith the Rotterdammer’s only major foreign signing. Sparta quick Max Hoornweg has also come across from Capelle, but with former Netherlands seamer Ahsan Malik going the other way and all-rounder Dirk van Baren bowing out, the pace attack remains reliant on Pierce Fletcher and the veteran Jelte Schoonheim. While Netherlands skipper Pieter Seelaar remains a force with both bat and ball, his workload will have to be carefully managed given a demanding schedule and a dodgy back, likely asking more of young fingerspinners Arnav Jain and Siebe van Wingerden.

Van Baren’s retirement, coupled with Corey Rutgers again resolving to demote himself from the first team, also leaves the batting looking rather top-heavy. Though in Dutch internationals Max O’Dowd and Scott Edwards VOC have an enviable opening pair, the middle order looks comparatively fragile and Tim de Kok may be asked to rein in his naturally aggressive tendencies at three. While the quality of VOC’s Dutch internationals means a top three finish in the first phase is well within reach, should they fail to make the cut they may struggle at the business end of the season, given their limited depth and the Netherlands’ intense international schedule.

Excelsior ‘20 Schiedam have had a rather lean couple of years since taking the title in 2019, twice finishing in the lower half of the table. They’ll be looking to improve on that showing at least, though they will have to do without their most valuable player from last season, as the prolific Tristan Stubbs won’t be returning to Thurlede this season. In his place comes a familiar face in the form of Northern Districts’ seam all-rounder Brett Hampton who returns to the club after a decade’s absence. He joins Schiedam stalwart Lorenzo Ingram to make up a formidable overseas duo that will likely be key to the 2019 champion’s fortunes both with bat and ball.

For the rest the line-up looks both familiar and familial, with the Excelsior youth production line ensuring a steady supply of van Troosts, Etmans and Kroesens. To challenge for a top three spot Excelsior will need their home-grown players to provide rather more in the way of runs than in seasons past – keeper-opener Roel Verhagen the only local bat to have managed more than 250 runs across the last two seasons. Pre-season showings against ACC and Punjab have promised some improvement in that regard, but Excelsior’s principle strength remains their disciplined bowling attack, while none of Niels Etman, Rens van Troost, Tom Heggelman or Klaas Roelfsema bowl express pace, the Shciedam seam section is notoriously difficult to get away, while in the spin section Ingram remains a stand-out and Umar Baker has thrived at Thurlede since making the move from VOC.

With a solid pre-season behind them and enjoying the good fortune of playing their first match against VCC before the cavalry arrives for Voorburg, Excelsior look set to get their season started on the right foot, but in a significantly stronger field they will need to recapture their winning ways in quick time if they are not to end up in the wrong half of the table again.

2021 Hoodfklasse champions Salland CC will be making what is technically their debut in the top-flight this season, the Deventer-based outfit now independent from the venerable multi-sport club Koninklijke UD that last contested the top division in 2000. Yet like their predecessors, the team is dominated by scions of the Lubbers family, with all-rounder Victor captaining the side and his brother Reinder leading the seam attack, while Curtis and Desmond Lubbers also occasionally feature in the first team, and indeed patriarch Steven Lubbers made a brief first-team return at the recent ECN T10 tournament at Capelle.

In recent years Salland have also established a strong German connection, with numerous members of the German national team featuring in their successful Hoofdklasse campaign. There has been something of a changing of the guard in that respect, with Hamid Wardak and Vijay Chikkannaiah heading back to Germany for the 2022 season, but left-arm spinner Elam Barathi and seam all-rounder Sahir Naqash will be joined by the national captain Venkat Ghanisan and finger-spinner Ghulam Ahmadi for the upcoming Topklasse season.

While the German contingent are at least in part responsible for the club’s promotion to the top flight, their potential international commitments may well leave Salland short of players when the German national team are in action. While with the likes of Lubber, Gul Nasir and Gijs van Molen they don’t lack for depth in the seam bowling department, the batting is a different question, especially as overseas signing Justin Gilliland may not be available for the whole season. Should Salland manage to pick up some early wins while at full strength a top three finish in the first phase would secure their place in the top-flight for another year, with potentially three teams facing relegation this season an immediate return to the Hoofdklasse is far from out of the question either.

Since their 2015 title run, Amsterdammers Dosti-United have been in something of a slump, recording just a single win over the last two seasons and at times struggling to get 11 men on the field. Yet while the Drieburgers are keeping their cards close to their chest ahead of the 2022 season, rumour has it that after two years of belt-tightening they are once again prepared to dip into the war chest. The rumoured return of sometime South Africa international Stiaan van Zyl has been the principle subject of gossip, but one that appears to have proved unfounded. Kings XI all-rounder Shivam Sharma is another name that has been floating around, along with Punjab’s Amitoze Singh.

The addition of a handful of overseas could potentially transform Dosti from top-flight whipping boys to title-contenders at a stroke, with the local core of the side having had to step up in the interim and despite the run of results looking arguably the stronger for it. Skipper Vinoo Tewarie had an intermittently impressive season despite missing out on his side’s sole victory, and likewise Rahil Ahmed showed occasional flashes of the form that once earned him a brief career in Orange. Spin all-rounder Mahesh Hans has similarly grown into his senior role in the side, while pace spearhead Wahid Masood also bowled consistently better than his figures might suggest. With the Hoseinbaks brothers rounding out the side Dosti have never looked more than two or three players short of a decent team, and with a few judicious acquisitions could well emerge from two woeful seasons as dark-horse contenders.


Scorecard | Final | Punjab vs VCC | 05.09.21

Punjab I Vs Voorburg I
1-Innings Match Played At Zomercomplex, Rotterdam, 05-Sep-2021, Topklasse
Punjab I Win by 55 runs
Round GF
Toss won by Voorburg I
Umpires RJ Akram – N Bathi – AND van den Dries
Home Side Punjab I
Points Awarded Punjab I 4, Voorburg I 0
Punjab I 1st Innings 157/10 All Out (Overs 47.3)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
SJ Myburgh c BFW de Leede b VJ Kingma 24 20 4 1
RU Zulfiqar c A Dutt b GK Nieuwoudt 17 48 1 1
AA Zulfiqar+ lbw b BFW de Leede 30 56 4 0
SM Zulfiqar lbw b PRP Boissevain 22 34 4 0
SA Zulfiqar   b LV van Beek 14 17 2 0
I Ul Haq   b BFW de Leede 11 18 1 0
MMA Bajwa st M Hingorani b PRP Boissevain 4 38 0 0
S Bhatti c M Hingorani b LV van Beek 1 5 0 0
Y Usman c M Hingorani b VJ Kingma 14 24 2 0
S Tariq* c PRP Boissevain b A Dutt 3 6 0 0
Mubashar Hussain not out   3 20 0 0
extras   (b0 lb3 w10 nb1) 14      
TOTAL   10 wickets for 157      
1-31(SJ Myburgh) 2-53(RU Zulfiqar) 3-102(SM Zulfiqar) 4-104(AA Zulfiqar) 5-125(SA Zulfiqar) 6-129(I Ul Haq) 7-130(S Bhatti) 8-146(Y Usman) 9-149(S Tariq) 10-157(MMA Bajwa)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
A Dutt 10 1 29 1
VJ Kingma 8 3 14 2
LV van Beek 10 1 26 2 3
GK Nieuwoudt 7 1 26 1 2
PRP Boissevain 6.3 0 41 2 1 1
BFW de Leede 6 0 18 2
Voorburg I 1st Innings 102/10 All Out (Overs 32.1)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
M Hingorani+ run out S Bhatti   5 24 0 0
TN de Grooth c AA Zulfiqar b S Bhatti 0 2 0 0
BFW de Leede* c SM Zulfiqar b S Tariq 9 7 1 0
SA Engelbrecht c MMA Bajwa b S Tariq 7 20 1 0
A Dutt c AA Zulfiqar b SM Zulfiqar 35 82 3 1
LV van Beek   b SA Zulfiqar 19 26 2 1
GK Nieuwoudt c AA Zulfiqar b SA Zulfiqar 2 9 0 0
PRP Boissevain c SM Zulfiqar b SA Zulfiqar 0 1 0 0
FJ de Lange lbw b SA Zulfiqar 2 6 0 0
VJ Kingma c Mubashar Hussain b SM Zulfiqar 1 8 0 0
ST Mulder not out   5 9 1 0
extras   (b4 lb0 w13 nb0) 17      
TOTAL   10 wickets for 102      
1-2(TN de Grooth) 2-12(BFW de Leede) 3-19(M Hingorani) 4-27(SA Engelbrecht) 5-60(LV van Beek) 6-64(GK Nieuwoudt) 7-72(PRP Boissevain) 8-75(FJ de Lange) 9-85(VJ Kingma) 10-102(A Dutt)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
S Tariq 10 4 26 2
S Bhatti 3 0 16 1 4
Mubashar Hussain 6 0 17 0 5
SA Zulfiqar 7 0 22 4 4
SM Zulfiqar 6.1 1 17 2

Scorecard | Qualifier 2 | VCC vs VRA | 04.09.21

Voorburg I Vs VRA I
1-Innings Match Played At Westvliet, Voorburg, 04-Sep-2021, Topklasse
Voorburg I Win by 5 wkts
Round PF
Toss won by Voorburg I
Umpires AND van den Dries – E Ruchtie – D Das
Home Side Voorburg I
Points Awarded VRA I 0, Voorburg I 4
VRA I 1st Innings 210/7 Closed (Overs 50)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
V Singh c SA Engelbrecht b A Dutt 31 62 3 0
L Scully   b LV van Beek 39 27 8 0
BN Cooper c A Dutt b PRP Boissevain 22 42 3 0
ES Szwarczynski   b VJ Kingma 41 86 3 0
PW Borren* c M Hingorani b PRP Boissevain 1 3 0 0
J Balbirnie c M Hingorani b PRP Boissevain 16 41 0 0
LA Turmaine lbw b GK Nieuwoudt 4 7 0 0
MB Lees+ not out   16 36 2 0
QWM Gunning dnb          
A Abid dnb          
U Nashier dnb          
extras   (b0 lb6 w30 nb4) 40      
TOTAL   7 wickets for 210      
1-54(L Scully) 2-112(BN Cooper) 3-112(V Singh) 4-113(PW Borren) 5-164(J Balbirnie) 6-170(LA Turmaine) 7-210(ES Szwarczynski)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
VJ Kingma 8 0 39 1 2 1
GK Nieuwoudt 6 0 37 1 4 3
A Dutt 10 0 33 1 5
LV van Beek 9 0 42 1 4
BFW de Leede 3 0 16 0 2
PRP Boissevain 10 0 25 3 1
ST Mulder 4 0 12 0 2
Voorburg I 1st Innings 214/5 (Overs 48)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
M Hingorani+ lbw b QWM Gunning 1 4 0 0
TN de Grooth c L Scully b V Singh 29 41 3 0
BFW de Leede* run out U Nashier/MB Lees   5 14 1 0
SA Engelbrecht not out   103 135 10 0
A Dutt c PW Borren b U Nashier 1 8 0 0
LV van Beek c BN Cooper b LA Turmaine 38 63 2 2
GK Nieuwoudt not out   30 23 2 1
PRP Boissevain dnb          
VJ Kingma dnb          
FJ de Lange dnb          
ST Mulder dnb          
extras   (b2 lb0 w5 nb0) 7      
TOTAL   5 wickets for 214      
1-6(M Hingorani) 2-19(BFW de Leede) 3-70(TN de Grooth) 4-73(A Dutt) 5-151(LV van Beek)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
QWM Gunning 8 0 39 1 4
A Abid 4 0 17 0 1
LA Turmaine 10 0 63 1
U Nashier 10 1 34 1
V Singh 6 0 15 1
PW Borren 9 0 39 0
J Balbirnie 1 0 5 0

Scorecard | Qualifier 1 | Punjab vs VCC | 29.08.21

Voorburg I Vs Punjab I
1-Innings Match Played At Zomercomplex, Rotterdam, 29-Aug-2021, Topklasse
Punjab I Win by 3 wkts
Round SF
Toss won by Punjab I
Umpires ML Hancock – WPM van Liemt
Home Side Voorburg I
Points Awarded Voorburg I 0, Punjab I 4
Voorburg I 1st Innings 209/7 Closed (Overs 50)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
M Hingorani+   b Mubashar Hussain 18 44 1 0
TN de Grooth   b Mubashar Hussain 22 47 3 0
BFW de Leede* c AA Zulfiqar b I Ul Haq 38 75 2 1
SA Engelbrecht   c&b SM Zulfiqar 59 82 4 0
A Dutt c sub b SM Zulfiqar 15 16 1 1
LV van Beek c Y Usman b I Ul Haq 40 23 1 4
FJ de Lange run out Y Usman/AA Zulfiqar   10 13 1 0
PRP Boissevain not out   0 0 0 0
VJ Kingma dnb          
ST Mulder dnb          
N Kulkarni dnb          
extras   (b1 lb0 w6 nb0) 7      
TOTAL   7 wickets for 209      
1-39(TN de Grooth) 2-48(M Hingorani) 3-126(BFW de Leede) 4-147(A Dutt) 5-164(SA Engelbrecht) 6-208(LV van Beek) 7-209(FJ de Lange)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
S Bhatti 5 1 28 0 6
S Tariq 10 2 24 0
Mubashar Hussain 10 2 16 2
SA Zulfiqar 4 1 22 0
SM Zulfiqar 10 0 63 2
AT Nidamanuru 1.1 0 4 0
I Ul Haq 9.5 0 51 2
Punjab I 1st Innings 211/7 (Overs 48.2)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
SJ Myburgh c M Hingorani b VJ Kingma 11 8 2 0
RU Zulfiqar   b LV van Beek 10 35 2 0
AA Zulfiqar+ lbw b VJ Kingma 8 18 2 0
SM Zulfiqar lbw b A Dutt 4 21 0 0
SA Zulfiqar not out   114 116 6 5
I Ul Haq c M Hingorani b BFW de Leede 1 11 0 0
Y Usman   b BFW de Leede 0 3 0 0
S Tariq* c TN de Grooth b LV van Beek 18 42 2 0
S Bhatti not out   31 38 1 0
Mubashar Hussain dnb          
AT Nidamanuru dnb          
extras   (b0 lb2 w10 nb2) 14      
TOTAL   7 wickets for 211      
1-15(SJ Myburgh) 2-29(AA Zulfiqar) 3-31(RU Zulfiqar) 4-44(SM Zulfiqar) 5-51(I Ul Haq) 6-52(Y Usman) 7-93(S Tariq)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
A Dutt 10 3 16 1
VJ Kingma 10 2 38 2 1
LV van Beek 10 1 38 2 3
BFW de Leede 9.2 0 54 2 6 1
ST Mulder 8 0 57 0 1
PRP Boissevain 1 0 6 0

Punjab vs VCC at Zomercomplex | Final | 05.09.2021

Preview Finals Weekend

Rod Lyall & Bertus de Jong 03/09/21

The KNCB’s scriptwriters were back in top form last weekend, as after all the hassle of the previous two weeks actual cricket became the headline once more, and Punjab hauled themselves out of a seemingly hopeless situation to claim the first grand final spot and home advantage for the season’s climax this Sunday. First, though, Voorburg and VRA Amsterdam will have to play off on Saturday to decide who their opponents will be.

RL: Having come so close to victory last Sunday, only to see it torn from their grasp by an innings of rare character and accomplishment, Voorburg will need to discover resources of character of their own as they try to achieve a rematch with Punjab. That they have resources of ability, especially in the bowling department, is beyond question, although the sharpness of the attack was effectively blunted towards the latter stages of last week’s encounter. Still and all, Viv Kingma and Logan van Beek, backed up by Bas de Leede and Aryan Dutt, did well against the might of Punjab’s top order, and VRA’s rather more fragile batting will need to be at its very best to cope with that threat. If we assume that the Amsterdammers will be at full strength for this one – and if not now, when? – then a top six of Vikram Singh; Zamaan Khan, Shirase Rasool or Luke Scully; Ben Cooper; Eric Szwarczynski; Peter Borren; and Jack Balbirnie is, on paper at least, the equal of any in the competitition. Lack of consistency has, of course, been one of the hallmarks of their season, but they are no strangers to the big occasion, and there are few in Dutch domestic cricket bigger than this. Setting a decent tempo has been the bugbear of Voorburg’s batting this year, but they showed last week, mainly through the efforts of De Leede, Sybrand Engelbrecht and Van Beek, that even a slowish start need not be terminal if the side has wickets in hand. Engelbrecht is Voorburg’s leading run-scorer and only centurion, and getting him early might well be crucial for VRA’s chances. New-ball pairing Quirijn Gunning and Ashir Abid may lack the menace of Van Beek and Kingma but they have claimed early wickets often enough, and with seamers Singh and Borren and spinners Leon Turmaine, Udit Nashier and Balbirnie available to take over VRA’s bowling resources are far from negligible.

BdJ: It’s fair to say that VCC’s attack is better suited to their own conditions than the Zomercomplex, where pace on the ball is ever a risky strategy. Against Punjab the wet conditions didn’t help either as lateral movement didn’t last and the visitors weren’t willing to risk deploying Boissevain’s legspin given how tough it was to keep the ball dry. In retrospect that may have been a mistake, and one suspects it’s not one that will be repeated. Voorburg’s traditionally slow starts with the bat are arguably a sign of a lack of faith in their lower middle order, preferring to build a platform for the likes of Engelbrecht, Dutt and van Beek to launch from rather than going hard from the start, and it’s a strategy that has largely worked for them, thanks in part to the strength of their bowling. Against a line-up with the potential hitting power of VRA it’s perhaps not the soundest approach however, and risks the hosts underexploiting VRA’s bowling woes. Though the visitors’ persistent availability issues are unlikely to be a factor for a semi-final, the improbably numerous injuries that have plagued them through the season persist. With Quirijn Gunning, Udit Nashier and Luke Hartsink all less than fully fit, even if VRA can field their first-choice attack it will be somewhat under-strength. What VRA do have, however, is momentum. A six-game winning streak heading into this fixture will lend the visitors a degree of confidence that their hosts, having seen a place in the final slip away last week, may struggle to match.

RL: And then the winners will proceed to the Zomercomplex on Sunday to take on Punjab. Leaders after the round-robin phase, the Rotterdammers have shown in recent weeks both that they are far from invincible and that they fight all the way to the final delivery. They will undoubtedly miss injured allrounder Teja Nidamanuru whoever their opponents may be, and in view of the way Irfan ul Haq stepped up last week when Nidamanuru was forced to leave the field and the faltering of the top order it may be that his absence will be felt especially keenly when the side bats. The depth of Punjab’s resources has been tested less than any other side in the competition: they’ve used only 13 players all season. But with Steph Myburgh and the four Zulfiqars in the line-up they remain a powerful unit, and the bowlers, if a little short of cutting edge, make up for that with discipline and an evident loathing of giving runs away. It has all the makings of a really cracking denouement.

BdJ: After such a dominant early season, Punjab’s entry into the final lacked a certain pomp for sure, though it indeed illustrated a degree of resilience that they’ve not had to call upon much. As much as the Zulfiqar-heavy middle order, the obduracy of the Punjab tail has been a somewhat un-remarked strength of the table-topping Rotterdammers. That may again come into play regardless of who they face in the final, especially if VRA’s rickety bowling attack is called upon to play two days in succession. That said, should the Amsterdammers get through to the final they arguably have a better shot at spoiling Punjab’s party. The ability to bring in pinch-hitters such as Marcus Andrew and Shirase Rasool whose style of play is well-suited to Punjab’s artificial wicket and short boundaries makes them better able to at least partially negate the hosts’ home advatage. It’s worth noting that since Sieb van Wingerden’s six-for saw VOC roll Punjab in their own back yard back in May, VRA are the only visiting side to have taken points home from the Zomercomplex. Conversely, VCC have now lost there twice. It’s hard to argue that either would be favourites over a Punjab side that, despite their late wobbles, has consistently looked the strongest in the competition, but one suspects that the Rotterdammers themselves will be rooting for Voorburg tomorrow.

RL’s picks: Voorburg, Punjab.
BdJ’s picks: VRA, VRA.

Scorecard | HBS vs VCC | 15.08.21

HBS I Vs Voorburg I
1-Innings Match Played At Craeyenhout, Den Haag, 15-Aug-2021, Topklasse
HBS I Win by 28 runs
Round 18
Toss won by HBS I
Umpires AND van den Dries – PGHA van Giezen
Home Side HBS I
Points Awarded HBS I 4, Voorburg I 0
HBS I 1st Innings 130/10 All Out (Overs 48)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
JI de Mey lbw b LV van Beek 0 1 0 0
RP Mason   b LV van Beek 5 8 0 0
T Walbrugh c R van der Giessen b BFW de Leede 26 43 5 0
Navjit Singh c SA Engelbrecht b BFW de Leede 12 31 2 0
MM Scholte+ c M Hingorani b PRP Boissevain 9 34 1 0
R Klein lbw b ST Mulder 12 21 2 0
SP Geenevasen c VJ Kingma b ST Mulder 16 33 3 0
FJ Vink*   b BFW de Leede 19 45 2 0
BFL Boddendijk c SA Engelbrecht b A Dutt 3 23 0 0
SP Vink not out   8 21 1 0
YSK Visée   b VJ Kingma 6 29 1 0
extras   (b0 lb6 w7 nb1) 14      
TOTAL   10 wickets for 130      
1-0(JI de Mey) 2-11(RP Mason) 3-44(T Walbrugh) 4-49(Navjit Singh) 5-61(MM Scholte) 6-79(R Klein) 7-96(SP Geenevasen) 8-111(FJ Vink) 9-115(BFL Boddendijk) 10-130(YSK Visée)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
LV van Beek 7 0 20 2 1
VJ Kingma 9 2 29 1 1 1
BFW de Leede 10 3 21 3
A Dutt 10 2 17 1 2
PRP Boissevain 6 3 22 1
ST Mulder 6 0 15 2 3
Voorburg I 1st Innings 102/10 All Out (Overs 41)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
A Dutt c MM Scholte b R Klein 0 3 0 0
M Hingorani+ c FJ Vink b JI de Mey 30 57 3 0
BFW de Leede* c T Walbrugh b JI de Mey 16 31 3 0
SA Engelbrecht c T Walbrugh b SP Vink 17 29 3 0
LV van Beek c R Klein b SP Vink 3 13 0 0
TN de Grooth run out   2 6 0 0
R van der Giessen c BFL Boddendijk b SP Vink 10 36 1 0
FJ de Lange lbw b SP Geenevasen 3 30 0 0
PRP Boissevain lbw b SP Geenevasen 3 10 0 0
VJ Kingma   b R Klein 9 20 1 0
ST Mulder not out   0 11 0 0
extras   (b0 lb0 w9 nb0) 9      
TOTAL   10 wickets for 102      
1-0(A Dutt) 2-41(BFW de Leede) 3-67(M Hingorani) 4-67(SA Engelbrecht) 5-70(TN de Grooth) 6-79(LV van Beek) 7-85(R van der Giessen) 8-91(PRP Boissevain) 9-92(FJ de Lange) 10-102(VJ Kingma)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
R Klein 10 3 17 2
FJ Vink 4 0 21 0 2
JI de Mey 10 1 25 2
SP Geenevasen 8 0 27 2 2
SP Vink 9 3 12 3 4

Scorecard | VCC vs Dosti | 08.08.21

Voorburg I Vs Dosti United I
1-Innings Match Played At Westvliet, Voorburg, 08-Aug-2021, Topklasse
Voorburg I Win by 9 wkts
Round 17
Toss won by Dosti United I
Umpires ML Hancock – Z Hussain
Home Side Voorburg I
Points Awarded Dosti United I 0, Voorburg I 4
Dosti United I 1st Innings 45/10 All Out (Overs 25.1)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
RI Ahmed+   b VJ Kingma 1 9 0 0
M Hans run out VJ Kingma/M Hingorani   1 20 0 0
VAB Tewarie*   b VJ Kingma 13 14 2 0
JRM Wegecsanyi c M Hingorani b A Dutt 0 16 0 0
Asief Hoseinbaks   b BFW de Leede 0 3 0 0
S Naseri   b BFW de Leede 1 11 0 0
Arief Hoseinbaks c ST Mulder b A Dutt 4 17 0 0
W Masood   b A Dutt 9 25 1 0
A Nawaz   b BFW de Leede 0 3 0 0
S Bhoelan not out   7 22 1 0
S Mahendram c LV van Beek b A Dutt 0 11 0 0
extras   (b0 lb2 w7 nb0) 9      
TOTAL   10 wickets for 45      
1-1(RI Ahmed) 2-16(VAB Tewarie) 3-19(M Hans) 4-19(JRM Wegecsanyi) 5-19(Asief Hoseinbaks) 6-26(S Naseri) 7-26(Arief Hoseinbaks) 8-26(A Nawaz) >9-40(W Masood) 10-45(S Mahendram)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
LV van Beek 4 0 12 0 2
VJ Kingma 6 2 16 2 3
BFW de Leede 6 3 9 3 1
A Dutt 8.1 4 6 4 1
ST Mulder 1 1 0 0
Voorburg I 1st Innings 47/1 (Overs 9.4)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
A Dutt st RI Ahmed b Asief Hoseinbaks 7 19 1 0
A Razzaqi not out   28 26 3 1
PRP Boissevain not out   7 13 0 0
M Hingorani+ dnb          
BFW de Leede* dnb          
SA Engelbrecht dnb          
LV van Beek dnb          
VJ Kingma dnb          
N Kulkarni dnb          
S de Leede dnb          
ST Mulder dnb          
extras   (b0 lb0 w5 nb0) 5      
TOTAL   1 wickets for 47      
1-23(A Dutt)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
Asief Hoseinbaks 5 1 13 1
S Mahendram 4 0 24 0 3
Arief Hoseinbaks .4 0 10 0

Scorecard | ACC vs VCC | 01.08.21

ACC I Vs Voorburg I
1-Innings Match Played At Het Loopveld West, 01-Aug-2021, Topklasse
Voorburg I Win by 8 wkts
Round 16
Toss won by ACC I
Umpires DJ Kalloe – FLA van Lent
Home Side ACC I
Comment Match reduced to 45 overs
Points Awarded ACC I 0, Voorburg I 4
ACC I 1st Innings 91/7 Closed (Overs 45)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
S Potdar c LV van Beek b BFW de Leede 4 32 0 0
KHA Krishna c R Pieterse b LV van Beek 7 15 0 0
A Zaidi c M Hingorani b LV van Beek 0 2 0 0
RK Ramesh Babu c M Hingorani b VJ Kingma 10 27 1 0
MA Raza* lbw b ST Mulder 0 20 0 0
RA Kumar lbw b LV van Beek 20 78 0 0
M van Vliet not out   16 79 0 0
QT Brouwer lbw b LV van Beek 1 3 0 0
J White+ not out   6 17 0 0
Z Master dnb          
D Arya dnb          
extras   (b3 lb3 w18 nb3) 27      
TOTAL   7 wickets for 91      
1-14(KHA Krishna) 2-14(A Zaidi) 3-31(S Potdar) 4-33(RK Ramesh Babu) 5-40(MA Raza) 6-72(RA Kumar) 7-76(QT Brouwer)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
LV van Beek 9 3 17 4 3
GK Nieuwoudt 4 2 10 0 5
VJ Kingma 4 1 10 1 1 2
BFW de Leede 8 3 15 1 5 1
A Dutt 7 2 12 0 2
ST Mulder 7 2 10 1 1
PRP Boissevain 6 1 11 0 1
Voorburg I 1st Innings 92/2 (Overs 27.5)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
A Dutt c RK Ramesh Babu b A Zaidi 25 50 1 1
M Hingorani+ c J White b D Arya 9 22 0 0
BFW de Leede* not out   40 63 5 0
SA Engelbrecht not out   8 33 0 0
GK Nieuwoudt dnb          
LV van Beek dnb          
R Pieterse dnb          
VJ Kingma dnb          
PRP Boissevain dnb          
L Boissevain dnb          
ST Mulder dnb          
extras   (b2 lb0 w7 nb1) 10      
TOTAL   2 wickets for 92      
1-33(M Hingorani) 2-43(A Dutt)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
D Arya 9 1 23 1
RA Kumar 3 0 12 0 3
M van Vliet 3 0 11 0 3
A Zaidi 7 2 21 1 1
Z Master 3.5 1 17 0 1
S Potdar 2 1 6 0

Scorecard | VCC vs Punjab | 25.07.21

Voorburg I Vs Punjab I
1-Innings Match Played At Westvliet, Voorburg, 25-Jul-2021, Topklasse
Voorburg I Win by 8 wkts
Round 15
Toss won by Voorburg I
Umpires RJ Akram – D Das
Home Side Voorburg I
Points Awarded Punjab I 0, Voorburg I 4
Punjab I 1st Innings 84/10 All Out (Overs 31.3)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
SJ Myburgh c TN de Grooth b GK Nieuwoudt 4 10 1 0
RU Zulfiqar c BFW de Leede b ST Mulder 5 41 0 0
AA Zulfiqar+   b S Kamal 23 52 4 0
AT Nidamanuru c N Kulkarni b ST Mulder 3 12 0 0
SM Zulfiqar   b ST Mulder 7 25 0 0
Y Usman   b S Kamal 3 6 0 0
SA Zulfiqar   b S Kamal 3 10 0 0
S Tariq* run out A Dutt   13 11 2 0
I Ul Haq lbw b A Dutt 1 5 0 0
Mubashar Hussain c M Hingorani b ST Mulder 0 7 0 0
S Mian not out   0 11 0 0
extras   (b0 lb5 w16 nb1) 22      
TOTAL   10 wickets for 84      
1-8(SJ Myburgh) 2-30(RU Zulfiqar) 3-48(AA Zulfiqar) 4-48(AT Nidamanuru) 5-54(Y Usman) 6-59(SA Zulfiqar) 7-79(S Tariq) 8-83(I Ul Haq) 9-83(SM Zulfiqar) 10-84(Mubashar Hussain)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
GK Nieuwoudt 8 1 15 1 5
BFW de Leede 8 3 23 0 5
S Kamal 5 1 16 3 2
ST Mulder 7.3 2 19 4 2
A Dutt 3 1 6 1 1 1
Voorburg I 1st Innings 86/2 (Overs 27.4)
Batter Fielder Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
M Hingorani+ not out   35 71 4 0
TN de Grooth c AA Zulfiqar b SM Zulfiqar 7 25 1 0
BFW de Leede* c AT Nidamanuru b SM Zulfiqar 26 36 4 0
SA Engelbrecht not out   16 34 2 0
A Dutt dnb          
R Pieterse dnb          
GK Nieuwoudt dnb          
N Kulkarni dnb          
R Goncalves dnb          
ST Mulder dnb          
S Kamal dnb          
extras   (b0 lb2 w0 nb0) 2      
TOTAL   2 wickets for 86      
1-21(TN de Grooth) 2-61(BFW de Leede)
Bowler Overs Maid Runs Wkts wd nb
S Mian 4 1 6 0
S Tariq 3 0 12 0
AT Nidamanuru 5 0 11 0
SM Zulfiqar 7 0 36 2
I Ul Haq 5.4 0 19 0
Mubashar Hussain 3 3 0 0