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Report 21-5-2016

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 21st May 2016

 

“Kirkby Portland are hit by a severe FLOOD”

 

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

  Long Eaton 147-9 had match winners Kieran Cooke 5-15 and Alan Villiers in devastating form as they ripped through opponents Wollaton, bowling them out for just 84 at West Park. Chris Allcoat 70 and Ben Bhabra 81 & 4-56 were the two powerhouse performances as Attenborough 235-7 gained a winning draw over Hyson Green CC 165-7 for whom S Akhter was 49* at the end. Collingham 128-9 keep their winning run intact with a thrilling last over victory over Hoveringham 127-8 as David Pipes top scored for the victors with 33. At last something to smile about for Balderton 196-9 as they took control in a winning draw over Gedling Colliery 116-7 these points move them from the foot of the table. Guy Walker 73 and Kane Wilson with 60 both mastered the conditions at Little Bounds as Ellerslie 242-5 gained a winning draw over Belvoir 175-7 for whom Josh Sharp hit 61.  

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

A Gardiner 45 & M Rayner 3-18 helped Attenborough 145-8 return home from their visit to Stamford Road with a winning draw over West Bridgfordians 123-8. Plumtree 231-5 emphatically dominated proceedings over Eastwood 58-10 as Ben Milnes 77, Saqi Basmi 46, Fabian Taylor 54, Jack Manton 4-33 and Ishy Jandu 3-17 all figured in a resounding win. Darren Wright 5-45 and Brinsley Kirkham 4-61 reduced opponents Hyson Green CC to a total of 169-9 and with Matt Dean 54, Adam Peet 51* and Eddie Lee 34* it enabled Calverton 170-3 to take maximum points. Faraz Khan with 57 and Blayne Riley 3-31 both helped Kimberley 160-9 to an away victory over Clifton who were bowled out for 123 falling 37 runs short at the end. Colin Cliff 73, Sam Smith 48 and a spell of 5-43 from Armaan Singh still was not enough to gain victory as Thurgarton 159-2 fell to a home defeat against Nott’s Unity Casuals 162-6 as Amir Wahid guided his team home scoring 58.

Rothera Dowson Division C

 Andy Thorne hit a superb 77* and Khalid Rehman followed it up taking 4-44 as Bramcote 196-6 gained a winning draw over Southwell 156-8. Mackenzie Shepherd 4-22 and Dave Strong 3-16 reduced Bottesford to 75 all out and Ian Graham then hit a quickfire 53* as Keyworth 76-3 strode to victory. S Howarth hit a magnificent 112 and team mate B North 66 as Gotham compiled 225-7 and then Paul Blatherwick took 6-56 to bowl out Kirkby Portland for 195 for whom Jonathan Williamson starred with the ball taking 5-60 earlier in the afternoon. James Radford hit 71 and Josh Scully took 3-26 as Thrumpton 194-7 gained a winning draw as hosts Wollaton held on at the close finishing on 123-9. Beeston & Toton Sycamore 148-7 won with just two balls to spare as they overcame Radcliffe on Trent 146-9 in an exciting finish at the Manor Recreation Ground.

Rex Gooding Division D

 A.Winiarski 43* O Straw 41* and D Evans 3-23 were all key figures as West Bridgfordians 206-5 returned home with a comfortable away win after bowling out Collingham for 134. George Buckthorpe hit an unbeaten 109* as Hucknall posted 181-5 and Paul Harley took 4-20 as hosts Gedling & Sherwood were skittled out for 106 in reply. A superb 114 from Matt Winn helped Hickling to a score of 200-3 and M Robinson took 3-38 as they secured victory bowling out Gedling Colliery for 187 in which Danny O’Brien hit 54. A thrilling finish saw Craig Smithurst stranded on 31* as Underwood were bowled out for 94 when falling agonisingly short when chasing Sutton Bonnington’s earlier total of 96-7. Danny Hubbard hit a match winning 78 as Farndon 177-8 took the victory over Ellerslie 173-7.  

Trophy Master Division E

 J Foster 30 & 6-14 took the plaudits as East Bridgford 157-10 returned home with a convincing win over Eastwood who fell well short being bowled out for just 43, although it was a day to remember for Dave Summers who after keeping wicket in the first half of the match took 5-29 with the ball. Ian Flood hit a glorious 143 as Bingham 183-5 inflicted a 63 run defeat upon Kirkby Portland who closed on 120-6. R Tapp 44, M Davis 42* and D Sumner 4-27 all assisted in the win for Plumtree 156-7 over Nott’s Unity Casuals who were bowled out for 103 at Longcliff Hill. Basford Mill 104-7 returned home with an away win over Lenton & Willoughby as they dismissed the hosts for only 103. Sam Penford 50 and Fraser Fentem 3-41 steered Belvoir 159-4 to success over Newark R & M 157-8.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

  Jamie Lambourne 48 and Adrian Curzon 44* eased Whatton & Aslockton 108-1 to a comfortable nine wicket away win as they dismissed Gotham for 107 earlier in the afternoon. As the clouds darkened East Leake 138-3 powered to victory with Ashley Mace top scoring with 80* as they surpassed Wymeswold’s score of 134-5 in which Rob Pitman again finished unbeaten this time on 75*. Cavan King with a terrific 150 helped Caythorpe post 252-7 and Ruddington 181-10 fell well short in chasing the imposing target. Jamie Macintyre’s 50 proved decisive as Caunton 126-7 gained an away victory over Fiskerton 125-7. Skipper Gavin Baguley 61* and Liam Hartley 42* gave Burton Joyce 111-0 a comprehensive ten wicket win at home when they entertained Kimberley who posted 110 all out in the first innings.

BLCS Division G

   Calverton slumped to 77 all out despite a fine 50 from Max Goodinap as Simon Silverwood took 4-24 as Bottesford closed on 78-3 to claim the win at Belvoir Road. Shaun Campbell 42 & Ben Lumb 4-21 helped Kinoulton 105-5 to a rewarding home victory over Young Lions who the dismissed for 93 in the run chase. An exciting finish saw West Bridgford Legion 99-8 claim a narrow one run win over Lowdham 98-10 despite a gutsy 33 from Jon Noall, it was R Rhodes with 4-3 who turned the game on its head. Andrew Tadd hit a fine 82 to help Ravenshead to a total of 188-4 and opponents Beeston & Toton Sycamore had no answer as they only scored 91-7 in reply.

Central College Division H

Lewis Lambert with 90 and 3-44 from Paul Colcomb helped Balderton 181-5 to a fine away win at Chilwell who were all out for 163 in reply. Although it was a low scoring affair the match was not decided until the final delivery as Southwell 92-7 defeated Woodborough 91-9. Geoff Burton 63, Matt Brunton 38 & Lee Gommersall all featured heavily as Gedling Colliery 176-7 secured victory over Gedling & Sherwood 171-9. Sam Foster with 62 was instrumental in the away victory for Keyworth 124-6 to secure the points with an away win over Hucknall 123-9. Amjid Majid 30 & 2-26 and Qaasim Khan 3-26 helped secure maximum points as Hyson Green CC 97-4 coasted to victory over Attenborough who were earlier 95 all out.  

Carlton Car Centre Division J

 B Gathercole 40 and R Wells 38 combined to help Cotgrave 101-3 to a comfortable seven wicket win over Newark R & M who they earlier dismissed for 96. Kashif Sardar blasted 73 as Madni 100-2 raced to an impressive win at home to Bramcote 99-6. Josh Buckley 46* and 3-7 showed no mercy as Stapleford 62-1 crushed visitors Hoveringham 60-10 by nine wickets.

King Stone Products Division K

 Shaun King hit 69 from 72 balls as Caythorpe closed on 182-5 and in reply Ruddington fell well short despite 45* from John Marriot finishing on 134-8 at the close. Mark Priestley 52 helped the youngsters from Thrumpton to a score of 118-7 but opponents Basford Old Boys 122-2 had A Cooper 53* & P Stones 51 in fine form in their win. The quartet of Shoaib Ahmed 44, Carl Stahlberger 32, Umair Aziz 5-41 & Usman Khalid 2-8 combined forces as Ellerslie 155-10 proved too strong for Kimberley who were all out for 102 when chasing the victors score. Poplars high scorers Harry Crocks 63 and Brian Thomas 62 helped them to a match winning total of 212-6 and Wollaton 158-7 gave a good account of themselves in the challenge. R Simpson hit 62 in Lenton & Willoughby’s total of 126-10 but still fell to a 17 run defeat failing to reach Basford Mill’s target of 143.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

  Scoring 50 and taking 4-10 you would expect to be on the winning side but sadly Gordon Airey was left aggrieved as Attenborough 114-7 fell to a last over defeat against Underwood 115-8 with 5 balls to spare. Farndon 184-1 were in fine form as M Hill 73, J Goode 60 & R Borroughs 5-31 helped them to an easy away win over Kirkby Portland 97-10. Simon Holmes 6-17 bowled his side Chilwell 162-9 to a resounding away win over Collingham 116-10.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

A fine 66 and 3-28 from the league’s leading wicket taker Jamie Gilbertson helped Belvoir 130-5 to a five wicket win over Nott’s & Arnold 129-5 whom themselves had Bashir Khan 50 & 3-24 in fine early season form. Dave Stansall with 48 helped Bingham 110-10 to victory as they defeated neighbours Whatton & Aslockton 94-10. Joe Gant with 69* helped Old Dalby reach 168-7 and Wymeswold 106-9 fell well short in the attempted run chase. Ameer Shah with 55 and 4-24 still finished on the losing side as Nottingham Deaf 121-6 chased down the total set by East Bridgford of 120. Mitchell Colebrook hit 47 as Hucknall 163-5 were convincing winners over Newark R & M 88-7.

Sign Solutions Division N

Lee Morley 62 and Karlos Oakden 58* helped Lambley 203-6 to a comfortable home win over West Bridgford Legion 102-6. Burton Joyce 130-10 returned home victorious as Lawrence Johnson hit 39 in their victory over Nott’s & Arnold 88-9. Beeston & Toton Sycamore 82-3 inflicted a seven wicket defeat on hosts Keyworth 81-10 with Andrew Blunt 4-19 and Dennis Wright 3-14 starring with the ball. 

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Report 14-5-2016

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

WEEKLY REPORT 14th May 2016

 

PIPES calls the tune but cannot HOGG all the headlines as Collingham reign supreme

 

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

  George Hogg 98, Atif Ali Zaldl 78 & Oliver Dyson 47 all scored freely as Collingham posted an impressive 280-5 and then it was the turn of David Pipes 7-16 and Harry Sheppard 3-33 to dismantle visitors Belvoir for only 49-10. Balderton 176-9 fell to another defeat this time to Attenborough 177-4 B Haycock 69*, B Bhabra 55 & 3-53 saw the visitors across the winning line. Rhys Hayes 4-31 and 3-32 from Zaheer Rahman bowled Gedling Colliery 157-10 to victory over Hoveringham 114-10 for whom Hamish Moore top scored with 60. Umar Zamman 72 & 4-7 turned in an excellent all round performance as Hyson Green CC 209-9 were victorious over visitors Wollaton 110-10. An unfit outfield caused the game between Long Eaton and Ellerslie to be abandoned with no play possible.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

 Ben Ryder 120* and Alex Sheriston 71 guided West Bridgfordians to 252-3 but fell to defeat as Carl Blake hit a superb 140 to take Kimberley 253-3 to victory on a glorious batting track at Newdigate Street. 71 from Alam Khalil wasn’t enough as Hyson Green CC 179-10 fell to defeat against Eastwood 180-6 as both Ryan Buckley 63 and Shaun Stocks 5-50 carried on the sides good start to the season. The consistency shown by Martin Rayner 4-23 once again took Attenborough 186-8 to victory with a comfortable home win over Caythorpe 113-10. Nigel Finney with 5-25 helped Plumtree 89-1 to an easy win in the local derby against Clifton 88-10. Farooq Aziz contributed a fine 71 to steer Nott’s Unity Casuals 228-7 to a win over Calverton 226-7 for whom Matt Dean had hit an unbeaten 82* earlier in the game.

Rothera Dowson Division C

 Although Josh Scully 71 and Joe Richardson 62 were in good form with the bat it still couldn’t stop Thrumpton 192-8 falling to defeat against Southwell 193-8 as Tim Green 57 and 42* from Joe Fryer saw the victors home with fourteen balls to spare. Luke Prettyjohn 4-41 backed up team mate’s Steve Haworth innings of 114 as Gotham 256-5 took the spoils in the win over Bottesford 142-10. Jess Jones 44* helped continue the great start to the season by Kirkby Portland 109-2 as they inflicted a heavy defeat on hosts Radcliffe on Trent 105-10. An unbeaten century stand from Nicky Kirkwood 63* & Ed Savill 41* saw hosts Wollaton 115-10 to a comprehensive win over travelling Keyworth 110-10. Dennis Burrell hit 65 and then Raj Hanspal 6-21 & Lashaune Wier 4-25 took Beeston & Toton Sycamore 128-10 to a local derby win over near neighbours Bramcote 91-10.

Rex Gooding Division D

 A magnificent unbeaten 133* from Tim Berridge saw Sutton Bonnington 186-4 to victory when they came away from Stamford Road defeating hosts West Bridgfordians 185-10. G Buckthorpe 75 top scored as Hucknall 228-7 ran out victors when overcoming visitors Hickling 190-7 for whom I Fisher hit 65. Gareth Hayes returned magnificent figures of 6-3 from 11 overs as Gedling Colliery 39-2 crushed Underwood 34-10. Gedling & Sherwood 83-0 gained a ten wicket away win at Little Bounds over hosts Ellerslie 82-9. Joe Smith hit a match winning 84* as Farndon 196-9 defeated Collingham 133-8 in the local derby.

Trophy Master Division E

 James Faulkner 5-25 bowled Newark R & M to an easy eight wicket home win over Eastwood 76-10 and it was left to Bimal Parambil 37* to close the win out. Jamie Huscroft 3-26 and Paul Kelly 3-7 reduced Lenton & Willoughby to 107-10 and Plumtree coasted home finishing on 110-3. James Hawkes hit 50 but his team Belvoir 158-10 went down to a home defeat against Bingham 162-4 as Harrison Clark took 4-37 for the victors. Inspired by the opening of their new pavilion after last year’s fire East Bridgford 81-2 had Muhammed Tafseer 4-21, James Foster 4-40, Neil Foster 2-3, Andy Wright 31* and Jerry Cruse 28 all figuring in the win over Basford Mill 81-10. Arif Mohammed with 37 & 3-45 helped Nott’s Unity Casuals 214-10 defeat Kirkby Portland who themselves had Thomas Batterham 41 & 3-23 performing well withboth bat and ball.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

  Jamie Coupland hit 50 as East Leake could only post 127-10 but then Alex Cufflin produced an amazing bowling performance taking 8-7 to destroy Fiskerton 19-10, one note of success for the losers though was a fine return of 5-10 from S Collington. Chris Pick 3-38 took a hat trick but still finished on the losing side as Wymeswold 101-10 fell well short in chasing the total set by Whatton & Aslockton 216-10 which included 103 from Adrian Curzon. The quartet of Jamie Macintyre 59, Sam Wagstaff 49, Fergus Ludlow 39* & Malcolm Hawley 3-47 all assisted in the win for Caunton 231-7 over Caythorpe 210-10. Becoming a father earlier in the week certainly seem to inspire Irfan Niazi as he blasted 81 from 35 balls to help Gotham 189-10 to an away win at Burton Joyce 156-10, his fellow team mate Muhammad Shahid took 6-48 to wrap up the victory.

BLCS Division G

   Shaun Campbell 62* & 3-23 turned the screw in both fields of the game as Kinoulton 131-9 squeezed across the finishing line with the narrowest of victories at Bottesford 130-7. A fine all round team performance in which TJ Austin 83, John Noall 73*, Ashley Graham 30 and Inam Malik 5-12 all contributed helped Lowdham 272-5 dismantle Beeston & Toton Sycamore 70-10. Farhad Amin took 5-25 and then with Rishi Clarke 50* & Simon Winfield 56* following it up to give West Bridgford Legion 114-0 maximum points when they defeated Calverton 113-10. Flintham 136-5 had both M Isherwood 75 and S Taylor 5-41 performing with distinction as they came away from Burnt Stump after defeating Ravenshead 135-10. Long Eaton 119-6 gained a much needed win as J Fletcher 54*, J Pack 4-22 and C Dulston 4-36 all figured in the win over Young Lions 118-10.

Central College Division H

 Keyworth 89-0 completely outplayed opponents Southwell 88-10 as Sam Foster hit 58* in the ten wicket win at Platts Lane. Sam Ross hit a fine 61 in tense finish as Balderton 138-7 defeated Woodborough 137-7 with five balls to spare. Ian Lobb 60 and Paul Harley 5-41 were key figures for Hucknall 190-6 in their victory over Gedling Colliery 165-8. Attenborough 96-4 completed a routine win away at Gedling & Sherwood 95-10 as the trio of bowlers Rob Howarth 4/23, James Grenfell 3/23 & Rob Kitching 3/17 all delivered. Montie Douglas hit 49 but Hyson Green CC 84-10 were no match for a rampaging Chilwell side who eased to 85-1 in reply.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

 Tim Eatherington 95 and Scott Bolsher 5-19 shared the glory as Hoveringham 145-2 ran out victors over West Bridgfordians 140-8. Norman Jowett 43, Chris Parkes 34, Tom Robinson 4-27and Greg Quick 4-44 were all in form as Bramcote 162-8 edged home against Cotgrave 160-10. Ricky Martin with a spell of 3-47 helped Oxton 173-9 close out victory in a thrilling finish over Madni 165-10. Colin Cliff hit 85 as Thurgarton 187-8 inflicted a heavy defeat upon Newark R & M 90-10. Clifton 149-10 were outgunned by in form Stapleford 152-2 as Gordon Pearson 76, Josh Buckley 4-22 and Alan Pearson 39* & 3-37 all produced quality performances.  

King Stone Products Division K

 Youngsters Harry Rathore 3-15 and Charlie Taylor 3-24 bowled Wollaton 131-10 to victory over Ellerslie 123-10 for whom Kane Wilson hit 73* and Asif Riaz took 4-24. A fine spell of bowling from Pete Rowberry 6-48 decided the match as his side Basford Old Boys 118-6 were victorious over Ruddington 102-10.Thrumpton 113-10 were grateful to Ben Clark 62 in their disappointing total of 113-10 and Kimberley took the win as they closed on 114-6. It was all one way traffic as Poplars 291-1 demolished Lenton & Willoughby 81-10 with centuries from B Thomas 162* and S Chowdrey 116*. A thrilling game saw Abbass Abid 60, Waqas Abid 34 & Matt Huskinson 4-62 all contribute as Basford Mill 203-8 fell to defeat at the hands of Caythorpe 204-7 for whom D Kent 51, S Truman 41 and B Walker 4-42 also made significant contributions.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

  A spell of 4-28 from Simon Waites secured victory for Chilwell 104-5 when they entertained Radcliffe on Trent 102-10. In a low scoring game Steve Fleming with 45 for the victors Kirkby Portland 126-6 helped them overcome hosts Attenborough 124-5 despite a fine spell from Seth Puddy of 5-20. A Wells hit 146 as Great Dalby amassed 254-5 and opponents Farndon 152-10 fell well short in chasing the daunting total. Martin Sugden 43, Tony Williams 34 and Simon Scott 35* helped Collingham 151-5 defeat Lowdham 150-10.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

 Belvoir 155-8 edged across the winning line thanks to Tim Gilbertson 4-38 & Jamie Gilbertson 3-19 as they defeated East Bridgford 136-10 despite 71 from Chris Fowkes. 4-19 from Jack Shelton ensured victory for Wymeswold 63-4 after they had earlier dismissed visitors Newark R & M for just 61-10. In a game where runs seemed hard to find it was a match winning 32 from Andy Wagstaff that helped Hucknall 86-6 secure victory over Bingham 85-9. Tony Woodcock’s inspiring spell of 6-26 and 42 from Joe Gant helped Old Dalby 147-7 to a thrilling win over Nottingham Deaf 143-10. N Stannard hit 58 for Nott’s & Arnold 140-10 and then S Tandon returned figures of 7-30 to seal the win over Whatton & Aslockton 119-10.

Sign Solutions Division N

P Landa 3-11 and C Rudkin 3-34 bowled Nott’s & Arnold to victory as West Bridgfordians crumbled to 69-10. Jake Bircumshaw 49 & 3-15, Paul Mantle along with Duane Simpson 32* all were key figures as Lambley 169-8 travelled home victorious with the win over Ellerslie 62-10.Fiskerton were unable to raise a side this week in their home fixture against Keyworth.

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Can I remind everyone again that you DO NOT need to put win points on in play-cricket.
You are automatically assigned the points for a win or a draw.
Divisions A-C if you get and outright win do not enter bonus points for the winning team only the defeated team.
Only put bonus points in for losses and draws in A-C and for all games in Divisions D-N.
We've had teams giving themselves 12 penalty points again this weekend as they think that's the win points column for some reason.
Can teams who confirm the result also check their points and players are correct. Teams have simply been ticking the confirm button but their points are incorrect and there are players missing from the scorecards.

Finally, if you are using Total Cricket Scorer sometimes you may find that a player is uploaded incorrectly. They will be in black without a link, while all the other players are in blue and link to their stats. In this case that player's name has been entered incorrectly, eg Andy Bloggs when he's on play-cricket as Andrew Bloggs. Please check the scorecards and enter the select the players correctly otherwise your stats will be all over and you could be missing out on trophies!!

Sorry for preaching to the mostly converted but some folks will be doing this for the first time this summer.

Enter your teams before Saturday.

A reminder to enter your side before Saturday on to play cricket. If you can not see a player then he/she is not registered. There is no grace period this year. You will lose 10 points and a minimum fine of £10. help yourself by entering your team soon as possible. Teams in G and below please check your late registration rules.

If on entering a result you can not find an opposition player, enter as unsure but put the name, you were given, in the notes, this way the league reps can see if an alteration has been made.

Play cricket admin

Craig James

Dennis Wright

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7-MAY REPORT

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

WEEKLY REPORT 7th May 2016

 

ALI & COOPER BOTH KNOCK OUT THE OPPOSITION IN ROUND TWO

 

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

  Collingham 214-8 are the early leaders after a narrow two wicket win away at Ellerslie 213-9 with A Zaidi 94 & 3-45 putting in a fine all round performance with both bat and ball, there was also a fine spell of bowling yet again from Sunil Shrestha 5-40 for the home side. Chris Allcoat hit 51 as Attenborough 226-7 hosted Gedling Colliery 61-2 but the match was forced to be abandoned due to the inclement weather. Richard Coleman 46* and Murray De Banke 35 & 2-47 steered Hoveringham 121-5 to victory over Long Eaton 117-10. Hyson Green CC 177-9 had both Umar Zaman 66 & 4-15 and Liaqat Ali 4-19 starring with an impressive away win over Belvoir 132-10. Wollaton 231-9 gained a winning draw over Balderton 151-6 with Dave Barr top scoring with 67.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

 West Bridgfordians 321-4 had to settle for a winning draw as Nott’s Unity Casuals 210-9 held out, the performance of the day belonged to B Ryder who hit 111. Plumtree 85-0 completely dominated proceedings in the game against Kimberley 84-10 as S Bazmi 38* & 4-13 starred. An undefeated 40 from Shualb Khalil helped Hyson Green CC 139-5 to victory over Thurgarton 138-10. Shaun Stocks 5-54 enabled Eastwood 178-10 to close out on a narrow victory away at Caythorpe 172-10.

Rothera Dowson Division C

 Keyworth 196-10 defeated Gotham 142-10 in a game where both sides had a bowler taking six wickets as Ian Graham 6-48 and Luke Prettyjohn 6-90 excelled. A match winning 77 from Tim Green helped Southwell 250-9 to an away win over Bottesford 155-10 who had Jake Fisher top scoring with 91. Kirkby Portland 153-5 eased to victory as Jason Caunt 3-18 again bowled his side to the win over Wollaton 149-9. Beeston & Toton Sycamore 234-9 had Tom Fullwood, Johnathan Thornton & Lashuane Weir all hitting 47 in the abandoned game against Thrumpton 20-0. Rain denied what looked likely to be a comfortable win for Radcliffe on Trent 98-1 as they chased Bramcote’s earlier total of 159-10.

Rex Gooding Division D

 G Clark 65* & Charlie Lucas 55 steered Collingham to a respectable 187-6 but 44 from R Duggan saw visitors Ellerslie home to the win closing on 188-4. Gedling & Sherwood 166-10 had the pair of Zaheer Akhtar 68* and Muhammad Akeel 6-41 in fine form as they defeated Underwood 140-10 for whom Tom Chalkey 53 and Rob Flowerdew 5-43 also performed with credibility. A Brown 64 and Tim Buckthorpe 4-23 were the shining lights as Hucknall 150-3 strode to a comfortable win away from home against Gedling Colliery 147-10 for whom Richard Beaumont 67 topped the batting statistics. Hickling 180-5 totally dominated proceedings at Bridegate Lane when they entertained West Bridgfordians 50-10 with the quartet of I Fisher 60, M Playle 61, M Robinson 3-17 & J Playle 3-5 all figuring well. Robin Curtis 57* and Mark Everingham 5-20 ensured it was an enjoyable away trip as Farndon 112-2 ran away with the spoils when defeating Sutton Bonnington 111-10

Trophy Master Division E

 When you take 6-56 you expect to be on the winning side unfortunately Arun Johal 6-56 will feel a little aggrieved as Nott’s Unity Casuals were dismissed for a paltry score of just 31-10, this was in reply to Belvoir scoring 266-7 as James Hawkes 69, Paul Chadwick 50, Fraser Fentam 59* & 5-9 and an incredible 5-21 from Paul Gadd in which he took 4 wickets in 4 balls. Gavin Huskinson 116 took the plaudits as Basford Mill 234-10 eased home despite 71 from James Wood when defeating Kirkby Portland 180-10. Ryan Stahlberger 5-37 bowled East Bridgford 183-8 to victory over Lenton & Willoughby 165-8. James Evans hit 53 for Newark R & M 210-9 in the tied match against local rivals Bingham 210-7. No play was possible in the match featuring Eastwood & Plumtree.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

  Majid Raja hit a glorious 114 as Gotham posted 253-8 but the weather curtailed any chance of a result as Kimberley were 44-2 when play was stopped. East Leake 80-7 with Alex Cufflin taking 4-25 tiptoed across the winning line in reply to Ruddington scoring just 76-10. Freddie King 3-18 helped Caythorpe 78-2 to a comfortable away win at Fiskerton 77-10. Rob Pitman carried his bat for a tenacious 75* as Wymeswold 188-6 fell to defeat against Burton Joyce 190-6 as Gavin Baguley hit 57 for the victors.

BLCS Division G

   Richard Lumb took 5-11 as Kinoulton 92-9 nervously edged home against Calverton 88-10. Another close finish saw Flintham 153-8 gain a hard fought victory over West Bridgford Legion 152-9. 50 from L Stephenson enabled his Ravenshead side post 188-10 to overpower Lowdham who were bowled out for 81-10. Bottesford 35-1 looked set for victory when chasing Long Eaton’s 76-10 until heavy rain fell and a similar story occurred where Young Lions 253-7 were left frustrated by the weather in their game away at Beeston & Toton Sycamore where the second inning never got underway.

Central College Division H

 Chilwell 159-9 were denied the win as Talib Hussain hit 42 in the abandoned game against Woodborough who were in deep trouble on 53-6. Taqq Rehman 72* guided Hyson Green CC 146-5 to the win when they came away with the win over Southwell 145-10. Dan Mather 76* and Lee Gommersall 71* & 4-38 both vied for the man of the match award as Gedling Colliery 217-4 claimed the win over Keyworth 204-10. Josh Tranter 58 & 5-33 again featured heavily as Balderton 139-7 inflicted defeat upon Gedling & Sherwood 135-10. Rain prevented a finish as Attenborough 68-2 were in pursuit of Hucknall’s 211-6.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

 A fine all round team performance including 4-18 from Palwak Marjom saw Clifton 223-9 cruise home against West Bridgfordians 120-10. S Quick hit 53 as Bramcote’s 170-8 proved too strong for hosts Newark R & M 95-10. Richard Wells 79, Ben Gathercole 71 & Lee Potts 50 all batted well as Cotgrave 239-10 took maximum points in the win over Hoveringham 142-10. Adeeb Javed 6-5 was the match winner as Madni 157-10 outplayed visitors Thurgarton 82-10. Gary Dawson with a spell of 7-20 helped Stapleford to a comprehensive win over Oxton 50-10.

King Stone Products Division K

 Ben Hughes with 4-30 helped Caythorpe 132-10 over the finishing line as Lenton Willoughby were dismissed for just 76-10. Ryan Glossop hit 69* but his Ellerslie side closed on 145-3 and fell to defeat when chasing Ruddington’s total of 161-9. Ady Cooper hit 113* and team mates Falzan Ahmed 5-22 & M Stewardson 5-4 helped Basford Old Boys 221-9 destroy Basford Mill 51-10. Youngster Ed Eggerman 4-28 bowled Wollaton 182-9 to victory against near neighbours Kimberley 131-10. Nazakat Ali 124* once again scored heavily as Poplars 247-5 overwhelmed Thrumpton 81-10.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

  53 from Steve Fleming and 4-39 from Harry Wells took Kirkby Portland 169-5 to victory over Great Dalby 168-10. C Knight 62 and 87 from G Alrey saw Attenborough 192-5 return home with full points when defeating Radcliffe on Trent 115-10. Simon Waites with a patient 43 helped Chilwell 159-4 to an away win when overcoming hosts Lowdham 158-9. Underwood’s game at home to Collingham was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

 It was all one way traffic as Bingham 75-0 returned home with a comfortable 10 wicket win over Newark R & M 74-10. Whatton & Aslockton 173-9 bossed affairs when they demolished Wymeswold 43-10 with Fynn Purnell taking 5-12. Alistair Fell hit 82 but his team Old Dalby 172-10 fell to defeat against visitors Belvoir 186-6. An amazing game saw Greg Mcleod take 6-16 as East Bridgford 55-10 defeated Nott’s & Arnold 26-10. Nottingham Deaf 70-1 returned home victorious after defeating Hucknall 67-10.

Sign Solutions Division N

Lee Morley 44 top scored as Lambley 148-7 took the spoils in their win over Fiskerton 97-10. John Seymour 39* steered Burton Joyce 126-4 home in the win over West Bridgford Legion 125-6. A superb 100* from Steve Morgan helped Beeston & Toton Sycamore 146-2 to a resounding win over Notts & Arnold 143-5.

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THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

WEEKLY REPORT 30th April 2016

 

It’s Elementary for Underwood as Holmes strikes

 

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

  Rob Matchett hit a match winning 101 and assisted by Atif Ali Zaidi 60 it enabled Collingham 230-6 to take the spoils in high scoring encounter against Hoveringham 227-4. Andrew Edge 4/10 Kieran Cooke 3/12 & Kagiso Rapulana 41* all enjoyed excellent opening seasonal performances as Long Eaton 104-4 overpowered Belvoir 103-10. A defining 76 from G Walker helped Ellerslie 215-10 come away victorious as they felled Balderton 146-10 who have now lost both opening fixtures. Dave Barr hit 71 and M Iqbal took 6-21 in Wollaton’s 180-10 winning draw over Gedling Colliery 108-9. Relegated Attenborough 241-3 had Ben Shaw 99* and Byron Haycock 41* in fine form as they destroyed Hyson Green Carrington Caribs 72-0 to start life back in the SNCL.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

 Danny Williams 5/23 ripped apart the battling line up of Thurgarton 104-10 as Kimberley strode across the winning line scoring 105-4. Andrew Sharpe hit 44 as West Bridgfordians slumped to 111-10 as they were defeated by Attenborough 116-4 who had Charlie Simpkiss taking 4-32 and Martin Shoemaker hitting 44. Luke Gunn 43, Paul Macmillan 35 & 3-26 and Liam Brazier 5-48 all starred as Clifton 157-6 proved too strong for Hyson Green Carrington Caribs 156-10. Nott’s Unity Casuals 151-5 gained their first victory of the season in fine style when overcoming Caythorpe 149-9 at The Brian Wakefield Memorial Ground as Sohail Hussain top scored with 36. Eastwood’s fixture at home to Plumtree was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

Rothera Dowson Division C

 Max Collins 4/12 & Steve Wright 4-9 bowled beautifully as Southwell 65-4 overwhelmed Bramcote 61-10 in the seasonal opener. Father Joe Caunt 52* and his father Jason Caunt 5-12 teamed up as Kirkby Portland 128-2 opened the season in terrific form as they defeated Gotham 127-10. Jordan Harbottle 3/7 & Stuart Mills 3-26 took the plaudits as Radcliffe On Trent 71-5 disposed of Thrumpton 70-10. Beeston & Toton Sycamore 183-7 had Andrew Burrell 50 along with Raj Hanspal 5-32 figuring in the win over Keyworth 136-9 despite a fine 4-49 from Rob Baker.

Rex Gooding Division D

 G Clarke produced fine figures of 6/41 as Collingham 151-7 returned home from Stamford Lane with victory over West Bridgfordians 148-10. The weather stopped what looked likely to an exciting finish as Hucknall 65-1 were chasing Gedling & Sherwood’s total of 203-10 in which Muhammed Aqeel top scored with 47. Dave Appleby 54* was the only batsman to conquer the conditions but it still wasn’t enough as his side Sutton Bonnington 91-10 fell to defeat against Ellerslie 93-6. Danny Hubbard 34 and Danny O’Brien 4-31 helped Farndon 127-8 to a nervy victory over Gedling Colliery 126-8

Trophy Master Division E

 Matt Evans scoring 37 proved the match winning innings as Newark R & M 110-5 overcame Nott’s Unity Casuals 106-10. Martin Ware 63 Jamie Newman 57, S Lloyd 53 & R Ahmed 50 all scored freely as Lenton Willoughby ran out comfortable victors over Belvoir 104-10. The matches at Plumtree, Kirkby Portland and East Bridgford all fell foul of the weather

GB Bookkeeping Division F

 Simon Oakley 3-15, Grant Newcombe 3-22, Steve Oakley 3-24, Ian Morrissey 32 & Jamie Coupland 38* all contributed as East Leake 129-4 got off to a winning start against visitors Caunton 128-10. Adil Khan 29 & 3-18 proved to be the match winner in a tense finale as Ruddington 169-10 defeated Caythorpe 165-9. The fixture at Whatton & Aslocton also became a casualty of the weather.

BLCS Division G

 Nick Silverwood hit 70 as Bottesford 177-5 ran out winners over Ravenshead 115-6. A gripping encounter saw Lowdham 80-10 defeat West Bridgford Legion 75-10, both Andy Walters 6-22 and Justin Graham enjoying the bowler friendly conditions. Flintham 143-6 had a comfortable win over Beeston & Toton Sycamore 81-6. Scott Andrew hit 81 as Calverton 144-9 proved too strong for Long Eaton who managed 112-6 in reply.

Central College Division H

 Keyworth 149-6 had henry Walton scoring 93* as they defeated Attenborough 146-9 with nine overs to spare. Ben Johnson started the season well by hitting 68* as Woodborough 120-2 inflicted defeat upon Southwell 114-8. Geoff Burton with 63* helped Gedling Colliery 162-5 come away with the win over Gedling & Sherwood 124-10. The trio of Tayub Rehman 50*, Nasrullah Khan 4-37 & Qaasim Khan 3-22 combined as Hyson Green Carrington Caribs 166-4 defeated Balderton 107-10. Syed Hussain starred taking 4-5 as Chilwell 72-4 inflicted a six wicket defeat on Hucknall 71-10.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

 Kevin Pearson 4-17 took the honours as Stapleford 54-0 had a ten wicket win away from home as Hoveringham were bowled out for just 52-10. Scott Berridge 36* and 3-12 which was a hat trick was the man of the match as West Bridgfordians 93-6 defeated Oxton 90-10. Newark R & M, Thurgarton & Bramcote all were abandoned without any play at all in any of the games.

King Stone Products Division K

 Rob Derry took 4-15 as Caythorpe could only muster 38-10 and Ruddington 39-1 ran out easy winners. Ryan Glossop scored 63 as Ellerslie 198-8 were comfortable winners over Thrumpton 98-10. A Cooper 52 & P Stones 55 helped Basford Old Boys 124-3 to the win over Lenton & Willoughby 122-10. Connor Richardson 77 & Thomas Bosworth 5-23 both provided the ammunition as Kimberley 164-10 ran out easy winners over Basford mill 105-10. Wollaton’s game was yet another victim of the weather.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

 Mark Holmes returned excellent figures of 7-18 as Underwood 62-4 were victorious over Chilwell 61-10. S Widdison 57 J Goode 52 * and D Nixon 4/18 all inspired Farndon 164-3 to the win over Attenborough 103-10. An emphatic 10 wicket win for Great Dalby 119-10 with L Harrison 62, M Child 55 and L Harrison 4-30 all producing starring roles as opponents Radcliffe On Trent were bowled out for 118-10. Jason Driscoll 61 & 3-23 starred as Kirkby Portland 139-9 defeated Collingham 86-10.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

 Fourteen year old Jamie Gilbertson had a match to remember scoring 50* and then took 5-5 as Belvoir 194-5 thrashed Newark R & M 40-10. Paul Whyley 28* & 4-32 helped Hucknall 122-4 to the win over Wymeswold 119-9. 53 from D Chambers helped Whatton & Aslockton 169-7 defeat near neighbours Bingham 166-5. Old Dalby 147-10 had a 37 run victory over Nott’s & Arnold 100-10 in a low scoring game. The game at Nottingham Deaf was yet another weather victim

Sign Solutions Division N

Burton Joyce 87-3 travelled home with maximum point when beating West Bridgfordians 86-10. Neil Brennan hit 53 as West Bridgford Legion 138-8 just edged home in a tight finish over Lambley 127-10. Steve Morgan 49 & 3/6, Matt Alford 61 and Matt Arnold 4/37 all contributed as Beeston & Toton Sycamore defeated Keyworth 144-9.

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