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weekly report 25-6-2016

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 25th June 2016

 

“Thornhill in 7th Heaven”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Only one match reached a conclusive finish and this entails that Attenborough extend their lead at the top, batting first they were restricted to 130 all out as Allan Villiers took 5-29 but in reply Long Eaton were dismissed for 101 despite a fine 49* from Kagiso Rapaluna as Ben Bhabra 6-19 & Ryan Swiers 3-19 both bowled superbly. Balderton 145-9 and opponents Collingham 60-3 looked set for an exciting finish before the elements forced the abandonment, earlier Dominic Wiffin had hit 42 and Will Cousins took 4-27 as the game reached the halfway point. Wollaton 161-5 were denied victory as the heavy rain forced the game to a halt with Nicky Kirkwood on 55*, they needed just 16 runs to pass the total of 176-10 made by Belvoir earlier in the day in which Greg Oldfield had top scored with 48.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Ben Ryder 66*, Ally Pettit 4-21 & Tim Martin 4-31 all played significant parts as West Bridgfordians 110-2 had a resounding win over Eastwood 109-10. R Iqbal with an unbeaten 41* steered Hyson Green CC 118-5 to a fine away win over previous leaders Plumtree 117-6. Attenborough 131-10 are back on top of the division as they came away with maximum points when overcoming hosts Clifton 106-10.Thurgarton were 47-2 in their game against Caythorpe before the heaven’s opened and the match was abandoned.

Rothera Dowson Division C

Ryan Charlesworth 3-16 & Tom Talbot 3-25 were both instrumental in a first win of the season for Bottesford 186-9 as they defeated Thrumpton 93-10. C Brown 3-27 and A Brown 3-38 bowled Wollaton 107-3 to fine away win over near neighbours Bramcote 106-10. With the game between the top two being abandoned Beeston & Toton Sycamore 158-5 took full advantage to take the top spot by just one point as they defeated Gotham 157-9 and the 72 from Andrew Burrell proved to be the match winning innings.

Rex Gooding Division D

Gary Clark 6-19, Harrison Allen 41* and Josh Sugden 38 all helped the cause for Collingham 162-8 in the win over bottom of the table Underwood 67-10. An unbeaten half century from John Gell 50* helped Gedling & Sherwood 127-2 record a fine away win over West Bridgfordians 123-8. Simon Petit 52 and Gareth Hayes 4-27 were the stand out performances from Gedling Colliery 104-3 in an emphatic away win over Ellerslie 101-10. A similar story where Matt Wiin 97* and Peter Playle 44 were in fine form as Hickling 152-1 were convincing away winners this time over Sutton Bonnington 129-10.

Trophy Master Division E

Rajad Mahmood with 5-20 and Mohammed Aleem 3-18 bowled Nott’s Unity Casuals 108-6 to victory as they chased down the total of 105 all out set earlier by opponents Basford Mill. A superb 74* from Matt Evans was the highlight for Newark R & M 173-6 as they defeated Lenton & Willoughby 92-10 and the win moves them into the top four. 

GB Bookkeeping Division F

The only game to go the full distance saw East Leake 67-3 victorious over near neighbours Gotham 66 all out and this extends their lead at the top of the table. Only 9 overs play was possible in the game between Kimberley 32-2 & Fiskerton and a mere 8.2 where Burton Joyce 6-0 & Caythorpe were left frustrated by the weather conditions.

BLCS Division G

A Norris 42 C Bennet 37 & G Sutton 32 all figured as Bottesford 161-5 and Lowdham 102-4 were forced to abandon a match that had an exciting finale in store with the final seven overs of play being denied to them. Calverton were 49-1 against Ravenshead when play was abandoned and play never restarted much to the frustration of everyone.

Central College Division H

In a game reduced to 36 overs per side Ben Shepherd top scored with 48 as Attenborough posted 118-9 but S Ross 52* and Josh Tranter 48* saw Balderton 121-1 to a fine away win. A Shaffique 54 and Alex Mowforth 4-11 both starred for Chilwell 160-8 in their away win at Platts Lane over Keyworth 83-10. Stuart Grimley 94 & 2-15 took the honours as Southwell 185-6 were away winners over Gedling & Sherwood 112-9

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Ben Gathercole 46, Sushil Parab 32 & Gaurav Joshi 3-17 all combined forces to set up the victory for Cotgrave 120-10 as they came away winners over West Bridgfordians 63-10 for whom youngster Joe Weaver bowled well taking 3-35. Kashif Sardar 38 & 4-1 starred for Madni 132-5 as they crushed Hoveringham 48-10. An amazing game saw Oxton being dismissed for just 44 as Luc Chignall 3-9 & N Townley 3-11 struck but then Steve Thornhill took 7-10 as Newark R & M were bowled out for only 28 in reply. Clifton 155-9 had the better of affairs as Alam Khan 60, Saqib Shah 53, Haider Ali 3-21 & Kieron Horrey 2-6 all figuring in the home win over Bramcote 99-10. Tony Downie hit 43* as Thurgarton posted 111-6 but league leaders Stapleford 114-3 ground out the win as Alan Pearson with 58* saw them home with three overs to spare.

King Stone Products Division K

Thomas Hann 4-30 and Joe Smith 3-22 bowled Ruddington 115-9 to success with a narrow victory over Poplars 101-10. Wayne Simpson 5-13 and D McDuff 3-17 guided league leaders Basford Old Boys 69-5 to victory over Ellerslie 67-10. G Macdonagh 3-26 & J Booker 3-17 set up the fine away win by Kimberley 103-4 over hosts Lenton & Willoughby 102-10.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Naveed Zafar with 36 and 3-21 from Mushtaq Hussain helped Chilwell 98-4 to record a home win over Kirkby Portland 97-5. Farndon 69-6 nervously crossed the winning line as they inflicted a home defeat on Underwood 68-10 in a game when runs proved hard to accumulate. Simon Scott 42 and Charlie Warrington were the star performers for Collingham 92-4 in their home win over Great Dalby 91-9.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

In a game reduced to 20 overs per side to generate a game it was Ben Wass 62, David Greaves 33, Will Gent 3-5 & Ben Carr 2-14 that all figured for Old Dalby 148-6 as they defeated Hucknall 97-9 for whom Henry Burton 32 and Michael Coalbrook 2-16 also performed well.

Sign Solutions Division N

Tom Noonan with 4-20 starred with the ball for West Bridgfordians 105-7 as they came away victorious when defeating Lambley 80-10. Dave Walters hit 40 and Rob Rhoades took 3-9 as West Bridgford Legion 125-6 proved too strong for visitors Keyworth 81-10. Fiskerton reached 31-2 before play was abruptly curtailed due to heavy rain in their home match against Nott’s & Arnold.

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weekly-report-19-6-2016

weekly report 18-6-2016

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 18th June 2016

 

“Floods devastate Lenton & Willoughby whilst Walters reigns in Bottesford”

 

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Reece Hayes hit 49 in Gedling Colliery’s total of 150-10 as Harry Shepherd 5-37 and Atif Ali Zaldl 4-36 struck for second placed Collingham who gained a narrow victory closing out the win on 151-8 with Rob Matchett top scoring with 39. Glenton Sturrman 4-36 & Luke Endley 5-12 ripped through the batting line up of hosts Hoveringham bowling them out for just 50 and Steve Ryder finished 25* as Balderton 52-2 continue their revival moving into the top three. Attenborough 127-4 remain top of the league after securing a six wicket away win over Ellerslie 125-9 as Pete Bharbra 4-32 and 35* from Tom Murray saw them home. Excellent performances from both Ross Denton 53 and Phil Irvine 32 & 4-26 inspired Belvoir 171-10 to a fine home win over Long Eaton 109-10 despite a fine spell from the visitors Kieran Cooke of 5-63.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Alex Sheriston with 69 continued his fine form with the bat as West Bridgfordians posted 191-6 from their allotted 48 overs and only Luke Gunn with 34 showed any resilience as visitors Clifton were bowled out for 90 in reply. Plumtree 130-10 took advantage of other postponements to leapfrog to the top of the table in a thrilling away win over Calverton 122-10 batting first Ewan Marks hit 45 as James Toogood 3-30 & Darren Wright 3-16 put the home side in control, but Declan Marks 6-31 & Albert Carter 3-31 turned the game on its head despite an unbeaten 59* from Adam Peel.

Rothera Dowson Division C

A gutsy 41 from Dave King proved to be in vain as Bramcote 100-10 fell to a one wicket defeat against Keyworth 101-9 as match winner Ian Graham 30 & 4-25 performed with both bat and ball although Jayasantha Nanayan ran him close taking 6-39 for Bramcote. Naseem Sarwar 5-17 and strike partner Asad Khan Nisal 5-18 destroyed the batting line up of home side Bottesford reducing them to 60 all out and it was left to Alex Youngman 38* to seal victory for Wollaton  who closed out on 61-1. A five wicket haul from Brett Jones helped Kirkby Portland 99-6 gain victory over Beeston & Toton Sycamore 98-9 for whom Dennis Burrell with 38 top scored in difficult batting conditions.

Rex Gooding Division D

 Previous leaders Farndon 89-10 fell a thumping defeat at the hands of Gedling & Sherwood 199-3 as a quintet of performances from Tauseef Ahmed 83*, Zaheer Akthar 51*, John Gell 46, Ozzy Qayyum 3-11 & Kamran Rasheed 3-12 closes the gap between the two clubs to just two points. New league leaders are Hucknall 189-7 as half centuries from Andy Carden 52 and Antony Freeman helped them defeat Ellerslie 188-5 who also had Tuseef Seefo Raza 62* & Vivek Parekh 61 also in fine form with the bat. Collingham posted a competitive score of 154-7 with A Scott performing with 37 & 3-33 but Gedling Colliery were steered to victory with five balls to spare as Graham Burton hit 57 and an unbeaten 40* from Sukrit Raman proved the defining innings.

Trophy Master Division E

Ravi Gouni 60, Arslan Shah 58 and Shakeel Taj with 4-39 all combined to deliver victory for Nott’s Unity Casuals 158-4 in their home win over Kirkby Portland 157-10. Ian Flood hit a match winning 53 as Bingham 158-4 chased down the total of 155-7 which had been set by hosts Lenton & Willoughby in which Sam Lloyd had hit 58 earlier in the day. James Foster 3-20 and his brother Neil Foster 3-13 starred as East Bridgford 67-3 eased to victory when overcoming Newark R & M 66-10 at Butt Field. Justin Stockdale 64 and club stalwart Ken Carter 4-15 guided Plumtree 175-9 to a resounding away win over Basford Mill 87-10 for whom K York took 4-37.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Liam Hartley 57 and Ali Hussain with 4-20 helped Burton Joyce 129-5 secure victory over Ruddington 124-10 and the win moves them in second place as we approach the halfway point of the season. Although they still remain bottom Fiskerton 78-6 close the gap when they recorded a four wicket home win over Gotham 77-10 with Josh Perry 3-16 and James Kirkham 3-28 finding form just at the right time. Dan Barry 77*, Harry Shaw 39 & James Barry 4-30 all contributed as Wymeswold 160-4 marched to an impressive home win over Whatton & Aslockton 159-8. Leaders East Leake 140-8 had a 73 run success when coming away victorious over Caunton 67-10.

BLCS Division G

Bottesford were bundled out for just 28 as A Walters 5-11 (Inc. Hat-trick), J Walters 3-12 & R Rhoades 2-0 all bowled superbly and West Bridgford Legion coasted home finishing on 28-0 at the close. Andy Tadd with 6-21 bowled Ravenshead 113-8 to a tense victory as team mate Peter Smith hit 37 in their 2 wicket home win over Kinoulton 109-10 at Burnt Stump.

Central College Division H

Jack Fearn took 3-34 to reduce Southwell to 140-5 from their allotted overs but Hucknall fell way short when they were bowled out for 91 in reply with Richard Maloney taking 4-7 for the victors. Jacob Betts with 4-22 starred with the ball for Keyworth 70-10 although his side still fell to defeat as Woodborough 71-6 held out for the win by 4 wickets. Josh Tranter 114*, Paul Colcomb 66 and Tim Clipsham 4-60 all were in fine form as Balderton 240-5 fell to defeat in an entertaining affair against Hyson Green CC 243-5 for whom S Khalil scored 40 and a superb 115* A Khalil saw them home to victory.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Stapleford 43-4 returned to winning ways as Josh Buckley 4-9 and Alan Pearson 4-8 turned the screw upon Newark R & M bowling them all out for just 42. Colin Cliff with 50* and Nick Scott 7-21 which included 4 wickets in 4 balls both featured for Thurgarton as they cruised home finishing on 81-1 when chasing Cosgrave’s total of 80 all out.

King Stone Products Division K

Basford Old Boys 154-9 fell to defeat as visitors Ruddington 157-7 chased down their total and in an intriguing run chase the battle between bat and ball was never more emphasised as that between Wayne Simpson 6-14 and Jon Lee 82* with the latter taking the spoils.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

John Curtis 48 & Jack Goode 3-19 helped Farndon 109-6 defeat Attenborough 106-8 in an exciting but low scoring game, the win takes the home side to the summit of the table. A first win of the season for Radcliffe on Trent 117-3 was well and truly deserved thanks to a fine unbeaten match winning 4th wicket partnership between S Ward 45* and j Booth 41* as they overcame Collingham’s earlier score of 116 all out.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Leaders Belvoir 196-8 kept the chasing pack at bay by taking maximum points with Alex Hirst 43 and G Sanders 50* starring with the bat before dismissing Whatton & Aslockton for 32 in reply. S Leach 31, L Hartland 31 A Rudman 4- 28 & R Newport 3-22 were all key figures for Bingham 141-9 in their home win over Nott’s & Arnold 95-10. Andy Matthews 36 and Josh Fossey 4-20 were the stars for Wymeswold 68-3 in a fine away win at Hucknall 67-10. East Bridgford 51-2 had the better of affairs as they defeated Newark R & M who struggled to 49-7 from their allocation of overs earlier in the proceedings.

Sign Solutions Division N

Tom Shaw Mellors hit 53 for Burton Joyce in their total of 118-9 but visitors West Bridgfordians 119-7 proved too strong as the trio of performances from Andrew Lowe 40, Sam Beale 5-30 and Ben Weaver 3-25 proved conclusive. Andy Hulbert 37, Joe Cammack 29  & Aman Parekh 3-16 all played a part as Ellersllie 114-6 gained a much needed win over Keyworth 91 all out and with games in hand on most teams they can take this momentum into the next few game with confidence.

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NCB letter to leagues

 

Good evening all,

Subject: Overseas Players Playing Recreational Cricket

 

Please find letter (under download league notices) about the use of overseas players in recreational cricket - could you please make sure all your member clubs are sent a copy of this?

 

If any of you would like to discuss this or if you felt it would be helpful for me to attend one of your committee meetings to update your committee, please let me know.

 

Regards

 

Ian Smith | Secretary | Nottinghamshire Cricket Board

 

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Report 11-6-2016

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 11th June 2016

 

“Dyson cleans up to sweep aside Bonnington”

 

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Andy Kirkwood hit 40 in Wollaton’s score of 135-10 as Attenborough ran out comfortable winners finishing on 137-2 with Chris Allcoat 43*,Craig Heiden 34, Andy Simkiss 4-30 & Ryan Swiers 3-45 all figuring in the win that takes them to the top of the table. Greg Oldfield with an unbeaten 103* helped Belvoir 199-6 to a winning draw over Gedling Colliery 188-8 who themselves had a centurion as Rhys Hayes 120 hit his third century of the season.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Danny Williams 46 and Carl Blake 44 were the backbone for Kimberley 143-10 but visitors Hyson Green CC 144-5 were victorious as both Zahid Iqbal 56* & Gemaal Hussain 41*& 3-42 were in fine form. Scott Andrew 56 top scored in Calverton’s 140-8 as they fell to defeat at the hands of Eastwood 145-3 with the quartet of Ben Buckley 56*,Neil Gregory 45*,Steven Dockrell 3-13 & Shaun Stocks 3-34 all performing on the day. Plumtree 72-2 go top of the table as Jack Manton 3-40 and Albert Carter 3-9 reduced Thurgarton to 71 all out earlier in the afternoon.

Rothera Dowson Division C

An intriguing finish was denied by the rain as Southwell 112-6 with Chris Miller 40* closed in on Keyworth’s total of 129-8 in which Steve Wright had taken 5-30. Rain also denied a finish in the game in which Gotham posted 225-6 with Matt Hogg hitting a fine 89 and hosts Wollaton were 124-6 when play was curtailed.

Rex Gooding Division D

Oliver Dyson 88 & 3-21 and G Clark 39* helped Collingham 170-3 to a fine home win over Sutton Bonnington 169-10 for whom J Wilks had finished unbeaten on 48* earlier. A Jefferies 33, O Straw 61* & I Huskinson 3-21 were they stand out performers as West Bridgfordians 156-7 were victorious over Gedling Colliery 148-5 in which D O Brien scored 57. 5-14 from Ekroop Salb helped Ellerslie 122-7 defeat Hickling 72-10 at Little Bounds.

Trophy Master Division E

Mohammed Nissar with 36* guided Nott’s Unity Casuals 125-6 to victory as they the dismissed Bingham for 113 in the reply. Sam Penford 95 and Josh Taylor 4-36 were the stars for Belvoir 146-7 in their home win over Eastwood 145-10.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Tom Fotherigill with 6-17 took the plaudits as Wymeswold 101-9 recorded a fine away win at Gotham as they were bowled out for 76 in reply. Edward Clarke with 43 helped Caythorpe 104-5 to secure a win over leaders East Leake 102-9 and this closes the gap to just a point between the top two sides. Oliver Cooper 40 and 3-19 from Richard Stanton enabled Burton Joyce 141-7 to record a victory in a close encounter with Ruddington 137-9.

BLCS Division G

H S Bhaker 54*,B Sankaran 33, Rav S Digwa 3-14 & H S Swali 2-17 all combined to helped Young Lions 106-1 cruise to the win over Ravenshead 102-10 for whom N Shafiq hit 40.

Central College Division H

Eden Tranter took 4-36 and then Josh Tranter hit 68* as Balderton 107-1 ran out comfortable winners over Keyworth 106-9. A thrilling game saw Gedling & Sherwood 124-10 win by just seven runs as Chilwell fell short when being bowled out for 117, both sides had contenders for man of the match as Simon Waites 27 & 6-47 and Halder Khan 32 & 5-24 for the victors strived for the award.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

The trio of Richard Wells 77, T Newby 59 & 3-11 and Ben Gathercole 4-14 were all instrumental in Cotgrave’s fine away win over Oxton 42-10 for whom the consolation was debutant Brian Costello who took 4-33. Thurgarton 166-7 had a fine home win as Anthony Downie 51, Tim Kirkham 40 & Justin Thomas 5-38 all starred when they defeated Bramcote 99-8 who had Ruwan Panameera taking 5-37. Leaders Stapleford 77-10 fell to a last ball defeat as West Bridgfordians 78-7 edged home with A Petit hitting 31 and J Weaver taking 3-14.

King Stone Products Division K

J Fraser 44, A Crouch 5-20 (including hat-trick) & R Kelly 4-31 all assisted as Kimberley 130-8 returned home with maximum points when defeating Ruddington 118-10 for whom Thomas Hann took 4-42. A Fine all round team effort was emphasized with contributions from Dre Forbes 33, Nick Proverbs 28 & 2-13,Harry Priestley 46,Sam Pick 2-19 & Jacob Taylor(12) 3-25 as Thrumpton 152-8 gained yet another win this time over Wollaton 127-10. Zac Shaw  48*,Carl Stahlberger 33 & Matthew Wharmby 4-30 all combined as Ellerslie 106-2 returned home after a fine winning display over Lenton & Willoughby 105-10. Asad Ali hit 92 for Basford Mill 197-7 but Poplars replied with 198-3 as Nazakat Ali 69*, Harry Crooks 49* R Thompson 5-36 were all key players on the day

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Fifteen year old Joel Baddeley hit 51* and Andy Waddle 30 as Attenborough 146-4 ran out victors over Great Dalby 116-10 for whom Luke Harrison performed well with 31 & 3-19.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

League leaders Belvoir 132-1 with Alex Hirst 78 Robbie McNeish 40*, Sophie Munro 3-39 & Simon Poole 3-31 all in fine form helped them defeat Whatton & Aslockton 131-8. Andy Matthews 46 & Jack Shelton 3-19 helped Wymeswold inflict defeat on visitors Bingham who were 98 all at the finish.

Sign Solutions Division N

Craig James 4-21 and Sam Fitzgerald 3-11 bowled West Bridgfordians 99-5 to victory as they defeated Beeston Toton Sycamore 98-9. Raj Shandiliya hit 39 for West Bridgford Legion 73-6 edged to the win over Nott’s & Arnold 72-10. Steve Wharmby 4-12 and Finlay Hulbert 2-6 bowled Ellerslie 101-5 to a home success over Keyworth 78-10.

 

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Report 4-6-16

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 4th June 2016

 

10 out of 10 as Blatherwick produces a First Class Delivery

 

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

 Attenborough 250-4 gained a winning draw in the top of the table clash with Collingham 187-6 as Byron Haycock 102* and Chris Allcoat hit 94 at The Strand to close the gap between the two sides. Hoveringham 110-10 remain rooted to the foot of the table with a home defeat at the hands of Hyson Green CC 113-3 as Kimany Gregorie 4-35 & Germaal Hussain 3-12 starred with the ball for the visitors. Long Eaton 215-5 move into second spot thanks to an unbeaten 102* from Brett Scothern & 46 from Tim Taylor as they overcame Ellerslie 212-7. Balderton 251-6 came away with maximum points inflicting a heavy defeat on hosts Belvoir 127-10 with Chris Dobbie hitting 60 and Glenton Stuurman 51 & 3-46 starring. Mustafa Iqbal 58*, Aidan Kerry 46 & David Barr 45 were all key figures as Wollaton 221-7 gained the upper hand in their win over Gedling Colliery 197-10 despite a fine spell from Chris Berry of 4-62.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Alex Sheriston with 90 and Jon Sheard 75 helped West Bridgfordians post 241-8 but Eastwood 242-5 secured victory as Neil Gregory 55, Ben Buckley 74 & Stephen Dockrell 45 contributed in a fine win. Although they remain bottom of the table Thurgarton 231-10 gained a winning draw over Kimberley 152-9 as Sam Cliff hit 98 and Ajay Joseph took 4-28. Adam Peet hit 113 as Calverton 247-10 proved too strong for visitors Nott’s Unity Casuals who fell well short being bowled out for 149. Leaders Attenborough 160-7 had to settle for a losing draw as Caythorpe 210-8 took the spoils thanks to a fine knock of 83 from Oliver Clarke. Plumtree 187-10 closed the gap at the top with a 77 run victory over Hyson Green CC 110-10 with fine performances from F Taylor 44 and D Gamble 4-23.

Rothera Dowson Division C

Paul Blatherwick 10-44 became only the second player in the history of the league to achieve the accolade of taking all ten wickets in a match as Gotham 121-10 defeated Bramcote 104-10 his actual figures were 15.1-2-10-44. Radcliffe on Trent 183-9 won from the penultimate ball as Stuart Mills 29* saw them home after a fine 50 from Joe Wilcox earlier helped them to the narrowest of victories over Thrumpton 182-10. Callum Brown took 6-34 to help Wollaton 108-4 to a comfortable win over Keyworth 104-10 at Platts Lane. Andy Norris 58 & 5-29 from Lee Fazackerley could not prevent Bottesford 126-10 slipping to another defeat in a game which see sawed throughout the day against Beeston & Toton Sycamore 130-8 who at one point were 35-6. The top of the table clash saw visitors Southwell 219-8 gain a winning draw thanks to 104 from Tim Green as Kirkby Portland closed on 159-8.  

Rex Gooding Division D

Hucknall 167-8 remain in second spot as Adam Brown 43, William Spray 4-11 & Akif Farooq 3-57 all figured in their away win over Collingham 126-9. Muhammad Akeel 62 and Ahsan Raja with 5-29 were the highlights for Gedling & Sherwood 183-5 in a home success over West Bridgfordians 179-10. Danny O'Brien 35 & 5-37, Alex Dermo 91 and Conor O'Brien 80* were all instrumental in a resounding win for Gedling Colliery 265-6 over bottom of the table Underwood 137-10. Farndon 84-7 remain top as they nervously edged to a win over Hickling 80-10. 42 * not out from Don Hammond helped Ellerslie 128-7 secure the points in a low scoring match away at Sutton Bonnington 127-8.

Trophy Master Division E

Bimal Parambil with 3-16 helped Newark R & M 148-3 return home with maximum points as they defeated Nott’s Unity Casuals 144-10. League leaders East Bridgford 67-5 had J Foster taking 4-20 when defeating near neighbours Bingham 65-10. Plumtree 89-1 stay second with a convincing away win over Lenton & Willoughby 87-10 as C Hefter hit 49*. Tom Bosworth recorded figures of 4-26 as Basford Mill 138-4 overpowered Belvoir 134-10.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

41 from Matt Daffin guided Caythorpe 141-6 to victory over Gotham 140-10 for whom Majid Raja had earlier hit 50 for the losers. Ajmal Farooq 84, Samir Ahmed 72  & Arslan Mehmud with 6-49 were all stand out performers in a thrilling match which saw Ruddington 327-7 defeat Whatton & Aslockton 285-10 for whom Jamie Lambourne hit 81.  The duo of David Hedge 54 & Joe Cope 46 could not prevent Fiskerton 189-10 from falling to defeat against table toppers East Leake 201-7 as both Simon Oakley 40* & 3-41 and Alex Cufflin 4-24 starred. Ben Crouch 54, Charlie Walters 64 & 4-62 and Connor Richardson 80* guided Kimberley to victory over bottom side Wymeswold 241-10 who yet again had Rob Pitman scoring heavily with 70. Caunton 111-3 stay second as 44* from Martin Wilson saw them defeat Burton Joyce 108-10.

BLCS Division G

Sam Huckerby 44 and an unbeaten 53* from Sam Blackball were the backbone for Lowdham 211-6 in a fine away win over Kinoulton 119-10. Flintham 174-1 remain well clear at the top of the table as Joe Cook hit a glorious 108* in their convincing win over Ravenshead 169-8. Rav Digwa took 5-8 as West Bridgford Legion were dismissed for a paltry 37 in reply to Young Lions total of 156-10 set earlier in the day. Long Eaton 179-6 lie second in the division as Steve Higton 49 and Andy Merriman 38* saw them to a home win over Calverton 178-6 for whom Scott Andrews hit a splendid 74.Donny Pezzolla 53* & 3-23, Kulwarn Dhariwal 42 and Glenn Morley 39* all contributed as Beeston & Toton Sycamore 167-3 secured the win to move them from the foot of the table.

Central College Division H

Hyson Green CC 37-6 made heavy weather of chasing down the 34 all out made by Chilwell in which Nask Khan took 5-14 and Ali Halder 5-16 in reply Hayden Brooks replied with 4-28. 37* from Mark Bowie saw Southwell 113-5 to secure the victory over bottom placed Gedling & Sherwood 112-10. Greg Mills hit 57 as Keyworth 143-8 gained an away victory over Attenborough 140-7. Woodborough 181-5 returned to form with a well-deserved win over high flying Gedling Colliery 180-9 as Ben Johnson took centre stage with 90 & 3-29. Balderton 129-2 head the division after cruising home against Hucknall 128-9 with 50* from Josh Tranter and a spell of 4-30 by Paul Colcomb.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Steve Yelland 37 and Andrew Moran 35 helped Oxton 131-7 to a narrow victory as they then bowled out West Bridgfordians for 124 in reply. A resounding away win for Thurgarton 179-6 was instigated by a fine spell of 6-18 from J Thomas in the victory over Newark R & M 62-10. Ben Gathercole 6-41 was once again in fine form but Cotgrave 117-10 still fell to defeat at the hands of Clifton 141-10 as Saqib Shah took 3-12. Hanzilla Siddique 4-5 and Graham Sisson 3-15 ripped the heart out of opponents Hoveringham 71-10 as Madni cruised home finishing on 77-4. Josh Buckley once again stole the headlines with 37* & 8-12 as Stapleford 42-1 crushed hosts Bramcote 40-10. 

King Stone Products Division K

Man of the match Ian Hart 63* steered Caythorpe 192-8 to victory with two balls to spare as the defeated Wollaton 186-6. Ellerslie 66-4 remain in second place after Carl Stahlberger 44*, Rashitha Jayasekara 4-22 and Shoaib Ahmed 3-18 all contributed in the win over Basford Mill 65-10. Ady Cooper 55* and Wayne Simpson 4-9 helped keep league leaders Basford Old Boys 107-1 at the summit as they disposed of Lenton & Willoughby 103-10. Harry Priestley with 5-15 helped Thrumpton 110-10 to a 17 run away win over Kimberley 93-10. A nail biting finish saw Rob Derry 21* take Ruddington 98-9 to the win over Madni for whom Humalyun Baig had taken 6-25.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

John Curtis hit 84 as Farndon 212-7 took the spoils in the local derby win over Collingham 169-9. Underwood 36-10 fell to a heavy defeat when they entertained Chilwell 151-10 with Mir Agha Abed 69, Simon Holmes 3-5 Sam Barker 3-5 Sam Hayes 3-17 all figuring in a fine team performance. Carl Knight hit 53 and Lakshay Sharma took 3-4 as Attenborough 131-5 defeated hosts Kirkby Portland 130-10. Great Dalby 236-7 with C Dickinson scoring 76 stay top of the pile with a close win over Lowdham 234-8.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Jack Shelton 4-15 and Tim Clamp 4-20 bowled Wymeswold 99-10 to victory when they combined to dismiss Newark R & M for just 48, although the performance of the match belonged to thirteen year old Matt Andrew who took 6-12 for the losers. A strong all round team effort including Richard Wolfe 85, Liam Savage 64, Andrew Dears 48, Jordan Slater 5-14 & Thomas Platt 3-25 helped Nottingham Deaf 251-7 defeat Whatton & Aslockton 136-10. Ben Wass hit a fine 68 as Old Dalby 201-10 disposed of Nott’s & Arnold 99-10 despite a fine spell of 5-33 from Caashief Kotze. Bingham 75-3 had a comfortable away win over East Bridgford 74-10 with Dave Morris taking 4-20. Jamie Gilbertson once again starred with the ball taking 4-22 as Belvoir 128-3 returned home with an away win over Hucknall 127-10.

Sign Solutions Division N

An eventful day for David Hoon 77 & 2-29 all after breaking a finger as his side Beeston & Toton Sycamore 150-10 fell short when chasing the 177-9 set by Lambley in which Karlos Oakden top scored with 72. Lawrence Johnson 53, Simon Wisher 45, Matthew Prior 41, Ben Folkes 3-17 &  Drew Chapman 3-11 all featured as Burton Joyce 187-8 defeated Ellerslie 155-8 for whom the trio of Jack Sissons 51, Andy Hulbert 45* & Aman Parekh 4-40 also performed with distinction. Andrew Lowe 64 top scored as west Bridgfordians 140-8 had a narrow win over Nott’s & Arnold 133-10. Richard Drury hi 96 as Kegworth 177-6 defeated West Bridgford Legion 151-10 for whom Raj Shandilya hit 54 earlier in the proceedings.

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