After losing the toss and being put in to bat by Que Vive, Olympia made a slow, but steady start to their innings. Both Mohsin and Naseer were cautious in seeing off the new ball, however after 10 overs we had lost them both and the score was sitting at 38/2. The loss to two wickets brought Wijnand and Sander together and through the frequent accumulation of boundaries, took Olympia to 91/2 when drinks was taken at 20 overs. Following the drinks break, the 63 run partnership was broken, as Sander went for 36. Unfortunately, this wicket triggered a collapse, and Olympia crumpled to 104/5 after 24 overs, which included the wicket of Wijnand for 38. Whilst Ajay was able to find the boundary a couple of times, Olympia finished all out for 125.
Olympia’s bowling began well, however due to some defensive batting along with the odd lofted shot, Que Vive were 30/0 after 10 overs. Even though Sander and Mohsin both managed to pick up wickets to take Que Vive to 52/2 at 15 overs, once Sander had finished his 8 overs for a very economical 1-11, Olympia couldn’t contain the Que Vive batsman. The run rate increased rapidly and the number 3 and 4 for Que Vive stayed unbeaten to take their time to the total in the 23rd over.