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weekly report 20-5-2017

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 20th May 2017

“Wheatley in the runs, but rain rules the roost”

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Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Only one game reached a conclusion and in doing so Wollaton 155-5 were able to force a winning draw over Carrington 120-8, batting first Mustafa Iqbal hit 31 but it was the bowling of youngster Zain Latif 5-22 & James Cox 3-13 that sees them ten points clear at the top of the table.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B  

Rothera Sharp Division C

Although none of the games went the full distance there were notable performances from James Morrow 53 for Fiskerton/Thurgarton, Ben Shaw 62 for West Bridgfordians, Oliver Shelvey 68 for Caythorpe and a fine return of 5-58 from Mark Everlington for Farndon in the rain affected matches.

Rex Gooding Division D

Collingham 146-4 gained a much need first win of the season when coming away with maximum points in the victory over East Bridgford 76-10, an undefeated 50* from Ross Taylor set up the win and was then finished off with a fine spell of 5-18 from Gary Clark.

Trophy Master Division E

Newark R&M 117-3 had a comfortable seven wicket home win over bottom of the table East Leake 116-9, a defiant 53 from Rob Peatman saw the visitors at least set some sort of target, as the victors had firstly Richard Andrew 4-27 and then Bimal Parambil 46 seeing them home with eight overs to spare. Jack Evans 58 & Timmy Burridge 4-22 were both instrumental as Sutton Bonnington 126-8 took the spoils against West Bridgfordians 102-10 in an absorbing affair at Stamford Road.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Ravenshead 69-2 took advantage against a depleted Gotham side to run out victors by eight wickets as Sam Harding saw them home to victory, the visitors were only able to muster 68-10 earlier in the days play. Andrew Rose 57 & Martin Wilson 71 took the batting honours in the abandoned game as Caunton & Lowdham were left frustrated by the deluge that hit at the tea break. Both Lenton Willoughby & Eastwood failed to raise sides this weekend.

 Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

A magnificent 132* from Dominic Wheatley from Kimberley and 62 from team mate Blayne Riley were the highlights in the division where no matches were able to be concluded as the weather conditions frustrated players from all over the county.

 Turner Violins Division H

In the only game to finish it was a rapid 73* from Kashif Sardar that helped project Madni 102-1 to the top of the table as they defeated Bottesford 98-7. Thirteen year old Jonny Lawrence from Gedling & Sherwood took career best figures when taking 5-10 in the abandoned game against Chilwell 73-7.

Carlton Car Centre Division J 

Only one game saw any play at all and Hoveringham 88-1 certanly took advantage when they demolished Oxton 87-10 to move off the foot of the table, the win owed much to the bowling of Scott Balsher 6-26 and was forced home by Tim Eatherington with 32*.

King Stone Products Division K

Wollaton 140-10 edged home by eight runs in close encounter against local rivals Bramcote 132-10 for whom at least had Peter Hollingsworth top scoring in the match with a gritty 67. Other highlights in abandoned games were 42 from Simon Park for Caythorpe and 70* from Attenborough’s Carl Knight.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Old Dalby 147-5 continue the winning streak as they overcame Thrumpton 146-10 with a match innings of 50 from D Greaves although there were also half centuries from J Rye 55 & J Bembridge 52 for Thrumpton. The East Bridgford 177-3 pair of A Shah 64* and E Buckley 57 were also in free scoring mode before play was abruptly brought to a premature end against Radcliffe on Trent.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

No games were able to be completed but there was time for a fine bowling spell by Matt Powroznyk of 6-29 for Burton Joyce in the game against Hucknall 130-8.

Paul Grundell Division N   

Another division suffering the consequences of the weather meant no completed matches, but the stand out highlight came from league leaders Ellerslie’s opener Nadeem Akhtar with 45.

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weekly report 13-5-2017

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 13th May 2017

“Players Officials & Supporters across South Nottinghamshire pay their respect to David Richards”

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Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

4-31 from Dan Footitt along with four assists from John Wakeling behind the stumps helped Ellerslie 155-4 to a comfortable win over Atenborough 152-8 the win was completed with 55 coming from opener Sumanl Shrestra. R Kahn 72 & Alan Jackson 70 helped Balderton to a reasonable total of 200-10 but the pair of Fahad Ul Haq 105* & Oliver Dyson 78* saw Collingham 206-2 cruise home by eight wickets. Kimberley 153-1 carried on their fine start to the season with an emphatic win over Gedling Colliery 151-10 with Asif Haq 81, Amir Wahid 44 & Adam Majid 4-29 all contributing. Wollaton 252-5 also maintain an impressive start as they totally controlled the game when demolishing Belvoir 68-10 with Tim Young 82* & James Cox 5-11 both playing significant roles whilst at least Greg Oldfield 31& 4-87 stood out in his team’s loss. Plumtree 203-4 handed out a convincing defeat when they came away with a 123 run win over Carrington 80-10  

200 Degrees Coffee Division B 

Wollaton 168-10 and Calverton 168-10 tied as Joe Fish took the decisive wicket in a game that swung in many directions late in the day. Kirby Portland 277-7 were in dominating form with  Sandeep Chauhan 43, Liam Sean King 45, Joe Caunt 77*, Brett Jones 57, Michael Jennings 4-26 & Jono Williamson 4-22 all chipping in as they defeated Hoveringham 93-10. Clifton 189-7 came out on top with Luke Gunn 70* and George Unwin taking 4-38 to seal narrow victory away at Long Eaton 187-10 for whom Tom Pepper also hit 70* whilst Ryan Cuthbert took 5-60. In a game where batsmen never really got going it was the 41 from Sheryar Aslam for Nott’s Unity 227-2 that stood out although it did not prevent them going down to defeat at the hands of Carrington 230-6. Southwell 166-10 had a narrow 3 run win over Eastwood 163-10 with long serving Steve Wright topped the bowling charts for the winners with 3-33       

Rothera Sharp Division C

Paul Walsh 62* & Andrew Burrell 50 helped Beeston & Toton to a score of 199-7 and visitors Farndon fell short being bowled out for 139 in reply. Keeping their 100% record Caythorpe 127-3 strolled to victory over Keyworth 126-10 with Oliver Shelvey hitting 75* following up the 4-17 taken by Eddie Clarke. Ben Shaw 117, Alex Sheriston 100* & Chris Watkins 5-50 provided the ammunition as West Bridgfordians 283-4 had too much firepower for Geding & Sherwood 124-10. George Buckthorpe 74 and 5-76 from Max Thompson could not stave off defeat as Hucknall 226-5 fell to defeat at the hands of Fiskerton/Thurgarton 227-7 as Dave Newby crashed 67 in the win. Man of the match Steve Haworth 81* & 3-31 saw his side Gotham 110-3 gain a first win of the season against Radcliffe on Trent 106-10.

Rex Gooding Division D

73 from Chris Freestone and 5-8 from Matty Spencer gave Bingham 125-2 a first win of the season over Bramcote 122-10. Ryan Duggan 40 and three wickets apiece from Usman Aziz, S Shretha & H Rathore saw Ellerslie 135-8 winners in a low scoring game against Hickling 89-10. Bottesford 219-10 handed out a third successive defeat to Grantham 143-10 with R Charlesworth doing most damage with 77. Finishing 96* Justin Stockdale’s innings along with Glen Read 4-21 & Ken Carter 4-29 helped Plumtree to a home win over Gedling Colliery 165-9 who had James Crudington again in the runs with 50. Top of table Thrumpton 143-10 continue their great start to the season as both Jack Towers 44 and Gavin Huskinson 6-17 put visitors East Bridgford 51-10 to the sword.

Trophy Master Division E

Ashley Mace hit 54 but this was the on shining light as East Leake 88-10 fell to a heavy 9 wicket defeat at the hands of Belvoir 90-1 with James Hawkes hitting an undefeated 57* at the close. Caythorpe 210-7 top the table with the highlight being the 134 from Ian Hart accompanied with 4-22 from Steve Truman as they ran out winners over Nott’s Unity 138-10. Kafeel Rasul 58, Kamran Rasheed 48 & 4-14 from Yaqoob Khan enforced the win for Ruddington 213-7 as they brushed aside Kirkby Portland 73-10. Craig Smithurst returned figures of 6-32 but his contribution was in vain as Sutton Bonnington 102-8 ran out winners when overcoming Underwood’s total of 99-10. A gutsy 68 from Chris Navin for West Bridgfordians 161-8 meant they had to settle for a tied match as the game went down to the final delivery with Newark R&M forcing the tie in an excellent finish.

 

 

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Caunton 104-0 grabbed a ten wicket home win over Lenton & Willoughby 103-10 with the honours being shared between Jamie Macintyre 62*, Andrew Rose 35*, Simon Potter 3-13, Malcolm Hawley 3-14 & Nathan Suiter 3-19. Gotham are finding it to be a tough start as they were dismissed for just 44 as Burton Joyce turned the screw replying with a score of 45-4.Eastwood failed to raise a side for the second week running giving the Wymeswold side an afternoon off. A very entertaining game saw Ravenshead 203-5 just edge out Lowdham 198-9 with the 4-19 from Andrew Tadd proving to be the match winning bowling performance. 

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G.   

In what seemed to be tricky batting conditions the 34 from Sam Ross helped Balderton 137-5 seal victory with 4 balls to spare as they gained a home win over West Bridgford Legion 136-8. Another low scoring match saw Whatton & Aslockton 92-6 squeeze home against Carrington 90-10. Pranav Badla 70* & Raj Bhaker 47* sealed victory for Young Lions 159-2 with an undefeated third wicket partnership in their sides win over Fiskerton/Thurgarton 157-9. A 42* from Geoff Burton steered Gedling Colliery 113-4 to a home win over Beeston & Toton 112-10 and to keep it in the family Nathan Burton chipped in with 3-25. Carl Blake’s 61 could not prevent Kimberley 156-10 suffering an away defeat at the hands of Kinoulton 159-4 as S Harling 66* & T Holmes 41 saw them home with plenty of overs to spare.

                           

Turner Violins Division H

Ned McClelland 4-9 seized the initiative for Attenborough 58-2 as they ran out easy winners over Southwell 54-10. Haider Khan 6-25 starred for Gedling & Sherwood 130-9 in their one wicket away win over Bottesford 125-9. Kirsten Cowlishaw 112*, Sharat Kully 75, Surya Varma 63 & Ryan Macmilan 51 all helped Clifton amass an impressive 332-6 dec against Calverton 180-6. Madni struggled to 101-10 but then Zeeshan Aziz entered the fray as he took 5-15 to bowl  the opposition side Long Eaton for just 34 in reply. Gordon Pearson 67* and Alan Pearson 55* steered Stapleford 155-4 to a home win over neighbours Chilwell 151-9.

 

Carlton Car Centre Division J  

R Glossop 52, T.Davey 39* & K.Ul-Haq 4-15 all combined to help Ellerslie 152-4 record a second win of the season away at Cotgrave Welfare 107-10. An unbeaten fourth wicket partnership from Scott Berridge 115* & Ian Graham 73* helped West Bridgfordians post a mammoth score of 296-3 and Hoveringham crumbled in reply being bowled out for 114 as James Davies took 5-18. The trio of Eddie Storr 44*, Joe Smith 6-18 & Rob Derry set up a resounding win for Ruddington 58-0 over Hucknall 57-10. Another successful trio were Ben Johnson 56, Rob Arnold 36* & Simon Harrison 4-34 who all played a part in the win for Woodborough 119-2 against Keyworth 116-10. Not a bad day at the office for Jack Sisson as he took 9-21 for Oxton 51-0 in their ten wicket demolition of Basford Old Boys 50-10, he clean bowled 6 of his victims ,was on a hat trick twice and for good measure it was his throw that ran the other batsman out.

King Stone Products Division K

Runs were the order of the day as Farndon 209-5 ran out winners over Bramcote 204-6 with J Eaton top scoring with 67* for the victors. Wollaton 171-5 remain undefeated as they returned home with a win at Great Dalby 167-10 the two starring for the winners were Ahmed 49 and Asakzal 7-25. Blayne Riley hit a swift 52* for Kimberley 75-2 as they crushed Collingham 71-10. Although Simon Park hit a glorious 119* his team Caythorpe 176-7 failed to chase down the earlier total of Newark R&M 228-7 for whom Steve Kennewell 70 & Matt Evans 60* both enjoyed the track. Attenborough 164-5 returned home victorious after handing out a defeat upon Poplars 162-10 as Carl Knight hit 68.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Ian De’Ath 58 & 3-10 may feel a little aggrieved as his all-round performance counted for nothing as Belvoir 126-10 fell 4 runs short when attempting to chase down the score of 130-8 made by Chilwell for whom Nick Bennett starred with 49 & 4-17. RHP 119-5 won again with a bit of magic from Dave Nixon 43 & 3-15 as they came away with the win over East Bridgford 118-10. Radcliffe on Trent 163-7 had James Booth with 57 top scoring and in reply W Cornwall 60 guided Old Dalby 164-7 to victory with ten balls to spare. M Rahoman 117 & T Siddique 6-16 saw newcomers Bengal United 277-6 completely out play Underwood 81-10.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M 

A third win on the trot see’s Nottingham Deaf 254-5 top the table after brushing aside hosts Bingham 95-10 with J Slater 72, O Wilcox 52 & J Kenward-Nash 5-39 all performing with distinction. Although it was a very low scoring match it was still in the balance as Lowdham 96-6 crossed the winning line against Burton Joyce 93-10, for whom Gareth Johnson hit the highest score in the match of 55. West Bridgfordians 114-9 gained a valuable winning as they then bowled out opposition Hucknall for just 56 later in the proceedings. Club stalwart Phil Parkes 5-12 rolled back the years to assist Wymeswold 205-10 dispose of visitors’ Lambley 62-10.

Paul Grundell Division N   

 In a game where two of the youngsters performed well for Nott’s & Arnold 110-5, firstly Aeron Bhardwaj (15yrs) with 53 and then Liam Johnson (12yrs) 31 & 3-33 both made names for themselves but they still slipped to defeat at the hands of Gedling & Sherwood 173-7. The quartet of  Aman Parekh 4-14, Matt Wharmby 4-29 ( inc a hat-trick), Andy Hulbert 49*& Nadeem Akhtar 47 all helped in the win for Ellerslie 114-3 although the best score of the day went to Blake Southwell with 71 in Keyworth’s score of 113-10. Neil Smith with 4-8 and Rob Turner with 4-25 seemed to have put Fiskerton/Thurgarton in control as they bowled out West Bridgford Legion for only 78 but they then themselves were dismissed for 75 in reply. Beeston & Toton 175-6 travelled home with a fine win over Newark R&M 154-10 with Jason Catchpole and Jehangir Baig both hitting 48

 

The league this week were saddened to learn of the passing of our Chairman Mr David Alan Richards on Sunday 7th May 2017 aged 78 years.
Loving husband of Anne, much loved father of Alan, Sarah, Rachel and father-in-law to John and Andrew, devoted grandad of Joseph, Huw, Eleanor and Alice.
Funeral service will be held at All Hallows Church, Gedling at 3.30 p.m. on Wednesday 24th May 2017 followed by private cremation at Gedling Crematorium.
Family flowers only by request, but donations if desired can be made to (cheques only) the Children's Society or Diabetes UK.
Further enquiries may be made c/o The Co-op Funeral care, 69, Gedling Road, Carlton, Nottingham NG4 3FG Tel : 0115 9879008 .

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Chairman David Richards

David Alan Richards

Passed away peacefully on Sunday 7th May 2017 aged 78 years.

Loving husband of Anne, much loved father of Alan, Sarah, Rachel and father-in-law to John and Andrew, devoted grandad of Joseph, Huw, Eleanor and Alice.

Funeral service will be held at All Hallows Church, Gedling  at 3.30 p.m. on Wednesday 24th May 2017 followed by private cremation at Gedling Crematorium.

Family flowers only by request, but donations if desired can be made to (cheques only) the Children's Society or Diabetes UK. (links below)

Further enquiries may be made c/o The Co-op Funeralcare, 69, Gedling Road, Carlton, Nottingham NG4 3FG    Tel : 0115 9879008

https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/donate?gclid=CIu9u5yJ6tMCFce87QodNWoIgQ

https://donate.diabetes.org.uk/donate/1~my-donation

 

Above is a notice in the Nottingham Post from the family.

 

It is with great sadness that I report the death of our beloved Chairman David A Richards who died Sunday after a period of illness.

David has worked for cricket and the community for most of his life and will be a great loss.

The league, from every one of its member's, send their thanks to David and wishing his family comfort at this sad time. Details of his funeral will follow.

The committee would like the league to mark David's passing with a minutes silence before every match this weekend.

 

Above picture of David at a league presentation with Alex Hales and Luke Fletcher.

 

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Weekly report 6-5-2017

-THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 6th May 2017

“Bosworth so close to a perfect TEN”

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Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Balderton 202-7 gained a first win of the season over Carrington 187-10 as Chris Morris hit 75 and Chris Dobbie 5-62 both continued good early season form whilst Adil Khan Janjua 48* & Kimany Gregorie 4-38 also performed well for the visitors. Collingham 201-5 returned home victorious after fine knocks from Fahad ul Haq 88 & Olly Dyson 80 as they overcame hosts Belvoir 194-8 for whom there were half centuries from Olly Clayfield 58 and Jack Copley 53. Although John Wakeling hit 49 it was a bad day at the office for Ellerslie 141-10 as Wollaton 142-3 cruised to victory thanks to 7-20 from Mustafa Iqbal and 49* from David Barr. Burham Alam 108 was the cornerstone of Attenborough’s total of 203-8 but an unbeaten 4th wicket partnership between Andy Layton 82* and Danny Williams 48* saw Kimberley 205-3 to the win. Plumtree 48-10 were put to the sword by Rhys Hayes 7-23 as his Gedling Colliery side 165-110 ran out easy winners.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Long Eaton 227-5 got off to a winning start to the season thanks to Brett Scothern 87 and 4-20 from Cuthbert as they defeated Carrington 156-10. Clifton 279-5 were in fine form with Alastair Walters 75 Luke Doris Gunn 68 and Richie Harrison 55 all in the runs as they defeated newly promoted Kirkby Portland 161-10. Eastwood 199-2 got off to a flying start to their campaign as they outplayed Nott’s Unity 198-10 with an unbeaten 78* from Neil Gregory and 68 from Stuart Hill as they both backed up the bowling of Stephen Dockrell 5-28. Calverton amassed 334-4 thanks to a brilliant 140 from Scott Andrew and 63 from Adam Peel as they inflicted a heavy defeat upon Hoveringham 125-10. 69 from Max Collins was the highlight for Southwell 215-7 in the winning draw over Wollaton 198-9                 

Rothera Sharp Division C

A match winning 49* from Ashley Daffin guided Caythorpe 192-6 to a four wicket win over Farndon 191-10 who had James O’Leary hitting 57 earlier in the day. Fiskerton/Thurgarton dominated proceedings against Beeston & Toton as Colin Cliff 110, Max Danby 48 and Aaman Singh 4-6 all played key roles in the win. Man of the match Stuart Mills took the plaudits with 51* and 3-29 as Radcliffe on Trent 132-9 gained a narrow one wicket win over Keyworth 131-10. A fine quartet of performances from Lee Smith 56*, Shaun Caudwell 41 Akif Farooq 5-43 and Adam Scott 4-33 saw Hucknall 148-5 defeat West Bridgfordians 146-10. The game between Gotham and Gedling & Sherwood was abandoned because of a rain affected wicket.

Rex Gooding Division D

90 from Jordan Dring was all in vain as Plumtree 207-5 fell short when chasing down the 226-10 made by hosts Bottesford with half centuries from Dan Robinson 59 and Andy Norris 51. An excellent century from D Dakin proved fruitless as Collingham 227-9 fell to a narrow 3 run defeat against Thrumpton 230-10 who had Andy Pick scoring 57 before having to retire hurt. Scoring only 143-8 Grantham’s tough start to the league continued with another defeat this time at the hands of East Bridgford 144-5 with Andy Wright top scoring with 58*. Runs were a plenty as James Crudgington 50 and Alex Dermo 61 helped Gedling Colliery to 246-7 as they defeated Bramcote 204-9 who themselves had P Gooden 75 I Clare 50 in fine form with the willow. Hickling 173-9 had too much in the locker in their home win over Bingham 103-10.

Trophy Master Division E

Caythorpe 99-3 came home with maximum points with a comfortable away win over East Leake 98-10 with both Andy Seagers 42 * and Damien Greaves 4-7 starring. James Wood 88 and an all-round effort from Lewis Radford 34 & 6-50 could not save Kirkby Portland 220-9 from defeat against West Bridgfordians 245-10 as Peter O'Donoghue 66 and Thomas Murphy 67 played important innings earlier in the days play. A glorious 83 from Olly Elson proved to be the decisive innings as Belvoir 220-6 overcame Newark R&M 180-8. Ajaz Riaz 120, Ajay Revu 5-22 &Hamza Asif 4-13 all contributed for Nott’s Unity 257-8 in their emphatic home win over Sutton Bonnington 108-10. Despite 61 from Tom Chalkey his Underwood side were skittled out for 99 in reply to Ruddington’s 196-10 as Y Khan top scored with 45.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Tom Bosworth 9—44 nearly completed every bowlers dream when having a catch dropped of his final delivery but still he saw his side Basford Mill 236-10 gain an easy win over Ravenshead 107-10. The trio of M Frost 61, Oli Cooper 48 & Danny O'Donnell 6-40 saw Burton Joyce 214-10 victorious over Lowdham 194-10 for whom Sam Huckerby hit 54. It was all on way traffic as Flintham 71-0 strolled to an easy win over Caunton 70-10 the main damage being caused by S Taylor when taking 5-8. Rob Pitman 128* carried on from last season when starring for Wymeswold 269-3 as they outplayed Gotham 112-10. Eastwood failed to raise a side against Lenton & Willoughby who take maximum points as a result.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

With a fine 60 from S Harling 60 and T Holmes taking 4-34 it enabled Kinoulton 174-10 to take the spoils against Beeston & Toton 144-9 although Rob Henderson can take something from the game with his 41 and 4-39. Kimberley 82-2 totally dominated in the home win over Carrington 81-10 with firstly  Connor Richardson 6-30  and  Kieron Mozley 4-14 striking before Luke Tantum hit a quick fire 48*. James Kirkham starred with the ball taking 5-24 as Fiskerton/Thurgarton 165-7 brushed aside West Bridgford Legion 63-10. Whatton & Aslockton 177-9 came out on top when restricting Balderton for just 120-7 in reply. Young Lions 230-10 were thankful to Raj Baker with 49 as they claimed a narrow 7 run win over Gedling Colliery 223-4 for whom centurion Lee Gommersall 103 played the innings of the match.                                  

Turner Violins Division H 

Calverton 123-1 had both Jarrod Bell 6-28 & 42* and Graham Waghorn with 53 performing in the easy win over Bottesford 122-10. In a very low scoring affair the 43* from R Ul Haq stood out as Clifton 70-6 stuttered across the winning line against Chilwell 65-10 who suffered at the hands of A Ahmed 5-15 and S Shah 4-16. Zaheer Akhtar produced a devastating spell of 7-6 to help Gedling & Sherwood 153-8 gain a narrow win over Attenborough 153-8. Jeremy Allen bowled Long Eaton 150-8 to a win over local rivals Stapleford 134-10 as he backed up the 47 from Steve Highton. A fine all round team performance saw Madni 230-8 take control as they came away with full points after defeating Southwell 132-10.            

Carlton Car Centre Division J  

With 4-16 from N Briggs proving to be the turning point it was all smiles for the away side Cotgrave 134-10 as they travelled home with the win over Basford hall Old Boys 91-10. Usman Aziz with 6-17 caused all sorts of damage as Ellerslie 55-2 strolled to victory over a below par Hoverigham 54-10. Ruddington 199-8 overpowered Oxton 72-10 with 50 from Thomas Hann and backing this up was Joe Smith with 4-5..Chris Soar 58, Duncan Tarran 41 and Andy Cowlard 5-26 all played their part as Keyworth 171-10 ran out winners over West Bridgfordians 159-9 who had Ian Graham top scoring with 54. A match winning 78 from Jack Pates guided Hucknall 206-9 to victory as they came home victorious after inflicting defeat to a plucky Woodborough 161-8 who had Tim Brumpton unbeaten at the end with 51*.            

King Stone Products Division K

Setting a reasonable total of 169-3 Attenborough seemed to be in control thanks to Josh Knight 65 and 47* from David Harris but they didn’t account for Andrew Duckmanton who hit a glorious 112* to take Farndon 171-7 to a 3 wicket win. Bramcote 175-7 gained a home win over Newark R&M with Rory Maxwell 3-18 being the pick of the winners bowling attack. S Park hit 75 for Caythorpe 204-6 as they came out winners in a thrilling encounter against Great Dalby 197-7 who had a terrific 8th wicket partnership between A Wilson 62* and s Dalton 51*. Harry Cocks 75 top scored for Poplars 179-7 but they fell to defeat against an in form Collingham 180-2 who had Simon Scott 81* along with Chris Hogg 45* both there at the finish. Wollaton 217-6 came out on top in the fixture against Kimberley 194-9 with David Watson 87 and Raja Abdul Sattar 6-30 both making promising seasonal bows whilst the same can be said for Kimberley’s Josh Fraser who hit 69.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Alan Booth hit a fine 106 to help Radcliffe on Trent compile a winning score of 237-10 and Belvoir fell well short closing on 139-9 at the finish. Bengal United 99-10 began season by falling to a narrow loss against East Bridgford 109-10 with Anser Mehmood 5-22 bowling them to victory although the newcomers can take the performance from Abdul Haseb 32 & 5-31 into the next few games.Joe Gant hit an unbeaten 152 for Old Dalby to set a formidable score of 315-8 and Basford Mill gave a good account of themselves with 90 from W Street in their score of 204-10. Ed Carlton hit 69 for Underwood in their score of 124-10 but Jonty Rye then bludgeoned 99* as Thrumpton 125-1 coasted home in rapid style.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M 

Hucknall 114-2 easily disposed of travelling Wymeswold 110-10 with Paul Whyley 67* and Ian Doweel figuring prominently. Bingham 175-9 came away from Kirkby Portland 131-5 with the points as Andrew McCartney top the scoring charts with 54. It was a very convincing display by Lowdham 285-7 as they dominated from start to finish against West Bridgfordians 89-10 with TJ Austin leading the way with 68. Daryl Slater was unbeaten on 31* as Nottingham Deaf 74-2 gained a home win over Burton Joyce 73-10.The pair of Nigel Stannard 67 and 6-20 from Yash Samra saw them defeat Lambley 138-10. 

Paul Grundell Division N   

 Daniel Hazard 67 and Will Bryden 69 helped Whatton & Aslockton to an impressive 237-8 as they enjoyed an emphatic win over Beeston & Toton 62-10. Fiskerton/Thurgarton 230-8 had Tim Kirkham top scoring with 55 as they overcame Newark R&M 160-10 despite 47 from Michael Stackhouse. In a low but exciting game it was West Bridgford Legion 108-5 who came out on top when chasing down the 107-10 made by Keyworth the match winning innings of 58* being made by R Shandillya for the victors.                    

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SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 29th April 2017

“Nicholson helps RHP to a Goode start”

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Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Balderton seemed to be in control at 115-2 but then collapsed losing eight wickets for just ten runs as they were dismissed for just 125 with C Morris 44 & C Dobbie 45 topping the runs column, as both A Singh 4-16 and B Alam 3-20 laid the foundations for the hosts Attenborough to then run out victorious as B Sheppard 40* along with W Shields 45 saw them home by five wickets.                     

200 Degrees Coffee Division B                   

Rothera Sharp Division C

87 from Andrew Burrell was the highlight in Beeston & Toton Sycamore’s winning draw over as they amassed 224-8 and were left frustrated as Gedling & Sherwood closed on 141-9. A match winning 21* from Alex Macdonald saw Caythorpe 141-9 home by the narrowest of margins as they defeated Gotham 138-8 for whom Rob Goddard hit 51. Alex Sheriston 92* and Andy Sharpe 69* combined together in an unbeaten fifth wicket partnership to steer West Bridgfordians to an impressive total of 247 as Keyworth 134-8 salvaged a losing draw in reply.               

Rex Gooding Division D

Glen Read hit 79* as Plumtree 166-6 opened up with a win over a Bingham side who disappointingly were bowled out for 112 in reply. Jerry Cruse with 64 and then 5-29 from James Foster along with 5-20 from Tom Hodgson saw East Bridgford 160-9 to victory over Bottesford 115-10. Ellerslie 230-3 dominated from start to finish as they outplayed visitors Collingham 139-10 with both John Wakeling 70 and David Perry 61* in fine form. James Crudgington 52 and Zaheer Rahman 4-38 guided Gedling Colliery 202-6 to a home win over Hickling 153-9. Newcomers to the league Grantham 102-10 suffered an opening day defeat as Thrumpton 104-5 cruised home thanks to the trio of Dan Huskinson 47, Gavin Huskinson 3-11 and Matt Colson 3-16.

Trophy Master Division E

A superb spell from Stephen Trueman of 7-29 delivered victory for Caythorpe 119-6 as they overcame Sutton Bonnington who were all out for 118 as a result of his bowling exploits.                           

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Lowdham 183-10 opened their season with a convincing win over Basford Mill 120-10 as Lloyd Naaké 39 Ian Staples 69, John Noall 4-13 and Ashley Graham 5-34 all produced fine displays, whilst Tom Bosworth 4-37 and Athif Ahmed 4-41 also bowled well despite being on the losing side.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G.                                        

Turner Violins Division H                         

Carlton Car Centre Division J                    

King Stone Products Division K

An undefeated 82* from Adam Reddish helped Bramcote to a total of 209-5 and this proved too much for visitors Great Dalby to chase down as they closed on 140-7 at the close.               

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Despite an excellent performance from Waqas Abid 43 & 5-26 his team Basford Mill 163-10 fell to a twenty seven run defeat at the hands of Thrumpton 190-10 who had match winner Jonty Rye hitting a fine score of 80. RHP 118-9 opened their account with an overwhelming victory as visitors Chilwell capitulated to a miserable total of just 13 as David Nicholson 6-8 and Jack Goode 4-5 ran through the opposition in just thirteen overs. 

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M 

Nottingham Deaf 192-10 had an excellent start to the season with both Richard Wolfe 63 and Jordan Slater 34 & 4-24 in decent early season form as they took the spoils against West Bridgfordians 102-9. 

Paul Grundell Division N                          

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