Tykes toppled by Holland

Borren's breezy 34 sees home side to victory in Group A clash

Last updated: 31st July 2011  

Tykes toppled by Holland

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Yorkshire's miserable Clydesdale Bank 40 campaign hit a new low in Amstelveen as they suffered an embarrassing four-wicket loss to Holland.

Having won the toss and opted to bat first in the Group A clash, the Tykes were bowled out for a paltry 123 in 39.1 overs at the VRA Ground.

Adil Rashid top-scored with 43 from 59 balls, including four boundaries, while Gary Ballance weighed in with 24 before he was run out.

Only two other players for the White Rose county reached double figures, though, with skipper Andrew Gale facing 49 deliveries for his 16 runs. He was eventually the fourth batsman out with the total on just 46.

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Rashid did carry Yorkshire beyond three figures but his departure saw the innings subside in a hurry, the last four wickets going down for 10 runs.

Mudassar Bukhari finished as the pick of the Dutch attack, claiming 3-23 from his eight overs, while Shane Mott and Peter Borren claimed two wickets apiece.

The home side lost Eric Szwarczynski in the opening over of their reply, Ajmal Shahzad getting him caught behind for a first-ball duck, but Wesley Barresi (23) and Bukhari (27) put on 52 for the second wicket.

There was a glimmer of hope for Yorkshire when they dismissed both batsmen in the space of six runs, while Michael Swart's departure not long after made it 77-4.

However Borren's breezy 34 quickly put his team back on track, the Dutch captain hitting five boundaries in his 26-ball knock.

Although he fell with the finishing line in sight, becoming Shahzad's second victim with one run required, he had already done enough to secure victory for his country.

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