Global T20 Canada 2019, most runs, wickets after final: Duminy, Sodhi finish on top

Global T20 Canada 2019, most runs, wickets after final: Duminy, Sodhi finish on top

JP Duminy

JP Duminy’s 33 runs, scored off 27 in the Global T20 Canada 2019 final against Vancouver Knights, were enough to take him past Heinrich Klaasen’s tally. Duminy finished at the top of the runs chart in the tournament, while his Winnipeg teammates Shaiman Anwar (90 in 45) and Chris Lynn (37 in 21) finished at third and fourth respectively.

For Vancouver, the absent Chris Gayle slid to sixth, while Shoaib Malik (64 in 36), Rassie van der Dussen (23 in 22), and Chadwick Walton (1 in 3) finished at seventh, eighth, and ninth places respectively.

JP DuminyWinnipeg33283.00167.703
Heinrich KlaasenToronto32665.20170.711
Shaiman AnwarWinnipeg29637.00191.003
Chris LynnWinnipeg29542.14186.702
Rodrigo ThomasToronto29141.57149.203
Chris GayleVancouver27769.25189.711
Shoaib MalilkVancouver213213.00161.401
Rassie van der DussenVancouver20852.00161.202
Chadwick WaltonVancouver19839.60132.002
Lendl SimmonsBrampton17729.50143.901

Despite their respective teams not qualifying for the final, Ish Sodhi, Chris Green, and Shadab Khan held on to the top three spots, though Winnipeg captain Rayad Emrit (4-0-40-2) finished joint third.

For Vancouver, Saad Bin Zafar (2-0-26-0) finished at fifth, while Hayden Walsh (2-0-36-0), Daniel Sams (4-0-34-0), and Ali Khan (4-0-30-2) were tied at eighth spot.

Ish SodhiBrampton1214.587.951
Chris GreenToronto1115.098.300
Shadab KhanEdmonton920.679.300
Rayad EmritWinnipeg931.7711.440
Ben CuttingEdmonton817.377.380
Saad Bin ZafarVancouver819.008.001
Jeremy GordonToronto832.009.840
Zahoor KhanBrampton712.006.370
Hayden WalshVancouver714.717.920
Daniel SamsVancouver715.718.141
Shahid AfridiBrampton720.427.150
Ali KhanVancouver728.429.470