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weekly report 23-7-2016

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 23rd July 2016

 

“SNCL BIG BASH”

Starring

“Stahlberger & Cupit”

  

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Balderton 151-4 leapfrog opponents Long Eaton 150-10 thanks to an unbeaten 50* from Luke Endley and a superb spell of 7-25 by Glenton Anric Stuurman, the homes sides Brett Scothern had earlier top scored with 75. Attenborough 303-5 consolidated top spot in the division when overcoming Hoveringham 145-10 with Byron Haycock 87, Ben Bhabra 76 and 3-53, Tom Murray 49, Pete Bhabra 3-22 & Andy Simkiss 3-35 all figuring during the match. Wollaton 296-4 thanks to Dave Barr 86* and M Iqbal 79 & 4-56 gained a winning draw away at Ellerslie 223-6 for whom John Wakeling remained unbeaten at the end with a fine 115*. Belvoir 105-7 cemented their mid table position with a three wicket home win over relegation threatened Gedling Colliery 104-10 as Greg Oldfield with 5-27 set up the win although they were made to dig deep as Rhys Hayes with 4-33 made it an exciting finale. David Pipes 79 & 4-42 once again shone for Collingham 208-6 as they returned home from Hyson Carrington CC 159-10 with maximum points

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Only W Sheilds 31 showed any resilience as leaders Attenborough 95-10 were put to the sword by Shaun Stocks 5-36 and Eastwood ran out easy victors closing on 96-3. Steve James hit a gutsy 81 as Plumtree set a competitive total of 205-8 but Clifton 209-6 cruised home victors as P Macmillan 62 & A Hart 5-68 stole the limelight. Colin Cliff with 98 was the backbone for Thurgarton as they posted 212-10 bur Adam Peel 50 and Darren Wright 30 & 3-67 ensured victory for Calverton 214-7 to push the visitors deeper into relegation trouble. New signing Sheryar Aslam 140* & 5-73 again starred for Nott’s Unity Casuals 229-8 as they defeated Hyson Green CC 226-7 who had R Iqbal 66 A Arshad 53, I Ul-Haq 5-53 & K Altaf 3-58 all in decent form. Zain Ramzan with 8-72 starred for Kimberley 180-10 as they came home victorious against Caythorpe 150-10.

Rothera Dowson Division C

Although Khalid Rehman hit 90* and Mark Spibey took 4-54 it was not enough to stave of defeat for Bramcote 195-8 as Kirkby Portland 196-4 strengthened their position at the summit thanks to Joe Caunt 82* & Jason Caunt 4-64. Dave Rimmer proved to be the match winner with 50 & 6-38 as Southwell 180-10 gained a 43 run home win over Gotham 137-10 for whom Jez Hale starred with the ball taking 5-51. Mark Sampson with 8-23 destroyed the Keyworth batting line up as they crumbled to 73 all out and Thrumpton ran out easy winners closing on 74-2. Alasdair Culpin with 5-58 was agonisingly close to helping Bottesford 170-10 to a vital win but Radcliffe on Trent 174-9 held on with Alex Sowter 66, Joe Wilcox 44, Josh Mills 4-43 & Todd Mill 3-29 helping the side’s victory. Wollaton 172-10 overtake opponents Beeston & Toton Sycamore 154-10 thanks to 4-47 from Callum Brown.

Rex Gooding Division D

Gedling & Sherwood 172-4 maintain top spot with victory over Collingham 171-9 as all-rounder Akeel Muhammed stole the show with 41 & 4-31. Alex Sheriston top scored with 69 as West Bridgfordians 143-10 fell to a home defeat at the hands of high flying Hucknall 144-2 as Andy Carden 57 & George Buckthorpe 66 guided them home. Despite 51 from I Stone it was the 5-19 from Baz Bailey that ensured victory for Gedling Colliery 127-6 as they defeated visiting side Sutton Bonnington 124-10. Farndon 227-8 remain in touch with the leaders thanks to performances from Andrew Duckmanton 71* Ciaran Logue 5-17 & D Adwick 3-27 (hat trick) as they inflicted a heavy defeat upon Underwood 128-10. H Fenwick 53* & C Hogg 4-35 helped Hickling 168-5 to a home win over Ellerslie 120-10.

Trophy Master Division E

James Bateman 66, Harley Cox 48 & a Peter Debeljakovic hat-trick were the key performances for Bingham 236-8 in their victory over Eastwood 197-8 who themselves had fine displays from Dave Summers 61 and S Humphries 35 & 5-56. P Chadwick hit 50 as Belvoir were 170 all out and home side Ellerslie 171-4 were comfortable winners with C Mortimer 56*, D Sumner 39* 4-17. Jamie Newham 57 top scored for Lenton & Willoughby 161-10 but they fell to defeat as A Younis with 52* ensured victory for Nott’s Unity Casuals 162-2. A superb 125 from Liam King helped Kirby Portland post a competitive total of 234-9 and with the number eleven batsman from East Bridgford 234-10 failing to bat due to illness the match ended in a tie. James Evans 50 and Jake Haring 35 & 3-49 both helped Newark R & M 187-7 to a fine away win over Basford Mill 184-10.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

A 57 from A Khan proved to be the match winning innings as Ruddington 145-3 came away with a victory over hosts Gotham 144-10. Burton Joyce 94-2 go top of the table after defeating former leaders East Leake 93-10 as James Lawson with 4-15 took the plaudits. Fiskerton 154-4 had Dave Newby 48, Dave Hedge 47 and Steve Collington 3-16 being the pick of the bowlers in their home win over Wymeswold 152-10. Whatton & Aslockton 182-7 shocked last week’s table toppers Caythorpe 181-9 as the contributions from Ben Lambourne’s 61* & 5-35 moves them out of the bottom two. Stuart Simpson 66*, Charlie Turlukowski 52, Martin Wilson 49 Stuart Simpson 4-45 & Fergus Ludlow 3-32 all figured for Caunton 304-9 in their home win over Kimberley 234-10 for whom Max Sugarman 63 and Luke Tantum 48 & 5-78 also gave fine displays.

BLCS Division G

Youngster Toby Lumb 4-28 bowled superbly but could not prevent Kinoulton 131-9 from falling to defeat as R Rhoades 4-27 helped West Bridgford Legion 141-10 to a narrow success. Flintham 168-2 gained an eight wicket home victory over Bottesford 165-3 as bowlers from both sides struggled to take wickets. Andy Tadd 105 & Dan Fellows 4-40 combined to help Ravenshead 214-9 to inflict a heavy defeat on Long Eaton 139-10 despite a fine 5-48 from Chris Pack. Sam Van de Schootbrugge with 51 secured victory for Beeston & Toton Sycamore 152-4 as they defeated Calverton 150-10. The trio of Aneil Potiwal 93, Ravi Digwa 53 & 4-18 and Fateh Landa (12 years old) 3-9 were all key figures for Young Lions 259-9 in the win over Lowdham who were skittled out for 66 in reply.

Central College Division H

Despite the best efforts of Colin McConnell 45* & 4-23 his Attenborough side 131-5 still fell to defeat as Muhammed Irshad hit 82* for Chilwell 133-4 in the home sides win. Chris Waite 103*, Geoff Burton 78 & Alex Burton (u13) 4-47 were the stand out performers for Gedling Colliery 240-4 in their home win over Southwell 171-10 who had Charlie Ogrizovic top scoring with 52. J Tranter 110, P Lambert 59 and E Tranter 5-27 all produced the goods as Balderton 276-3 crushed Keyworth 131-10. Lezaz Ul Hassan 58* and 6-17 from Sohail Sahil combined to give Gedling & Sherwood 99-2 the victory over Woodborough who were 96 all out earlier in the days play. Masood Kallis 93, Shafiq Dad 4-28 and Qaasim Khan 3-36 were all instrumental in the victory for Hyson Green CC 182-10 in the team’s home win over Hucknall 158-10.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Max Loveridge with 5-6 destroyed the Newark R&M batting line up bowling them out for just 35 and in reply West Bridgfordians were 36-3 when they claimed victory. Mike Cupit blasted 113* including six consecutive sixes as Hoveringham 145-2 crushed Bramcote 143-10. A spell of 4-26 from Richard Johnson helped Cotgrave 126-5 defeat Oxton 125-8. V Bhattla 58 and Steve McCullough 79* were in fine form as Clifton 243-7 were victorious over Thurgarton 209-7 for whom Ashkay Kumar top scored with 75. Stapleford 191-8 had Dwayne Buckley hitting 77 and Alan Pearson with 4-29 to thank in their home victory over Madni 129-10.

King Stone Products Division K

S Chowdhury 80, Naz Ali 79 & Malcolm Townroe 53* were all in free flowing batting form as Poplars 343-4 emphatically defeated Caythorpe 169-10. Carl Stahlberger with 91 from just 38 balls gave Ellerslie 131-3 a comfortable home win over Lenton & Willoughby 130-7. A spell of 6-14 from Zain Latif helped Wollaton 112-2 gain an impressive win away at Ruddington 111-10. Dre Forbes 122, Nick Proverbs 50 and 3-8 from Sam Charlton saw Thrumpton 327-5 to a comprehensive home victory over Basford Mill 118-10. League leaders Basford Old Boys 94-1 with Ady Cooper 50* and Donald McDuff 4-15 maintained their lead at the top of the table as they overcame home side Kimberley 93-10.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Jack Goode 70*, John Curtis 70 & Alan Richardson 5-18 were all in great form as Farndon 236-5 crushed visitors Chilwell 76-10 in a one sided affair to maintain top spot. Martin Sugden carried his bat scoring 71* in Collingham’s total of 128-10 but 53 from Andy Waddle guided Attenborough 131-6 to victory. Matt Thorley top scored for Underwood in their total of 145-10 as they fell to defeat in the local derby against Kirkby Portland 148-8 as Richard Crossland 4-29 and Jacob Drisscoll with 54* & 4-21 proved to be the match winning performance. Young bowler Quadeel Haider took 5-14 as Radcliffe on Trent 94-6 edged nervously to a four wicket win away at Lowdham 90-10.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

An excellent 84 from Paul Matthews proved to be in vain as Newark R & M fell to defeat as B Wass hit 61 for Old Dalby 144-4 proved too strong for the home side. Belvoir 123-1 were in fine form as Chris Beably 51, Mark Ebb 47*, Elliott Derby 4-17 & James Perkin 3-31 all combined in their away win over Wymeswold 119-10. East Bridgford 212-9 had a trio of performances from Gareth Carrol 60, Ed Buckley 42 & 3-22 and Anser Mehmood 4-15 all figuring in the win over Whatton & Aslockton 107-10. Nott’s & Arnold 130-9 had Ben Francis top scoring with 40 and bowlers Will Pearson 4-23 & Yasil Samra 3-3 all starring in their away win over Hucknall 98-10. Josh Beavis 4-14 and Louis Hartland 47* helped Bingham 87-6 to a tense four wicket win away over Nottingham Deaf 86-10.  

Sign Solutions Division N

Paul Mantle 70 & 3-24 along with Duane Simpson 54* helped Lambley 245-6 to a comfortable home win over Keyworth 125-6. Tom Godfrey hit 57 as West Bridgfordians 144-7 gained a thrilling win with four ball to spare when defeating Ellerslie 142-9. Raj Shandilya 51 and 4-30 from John Marks both starred for West Bridgford Legion 135-6 in their home over Beeston & Toton Sycamore 94-10. Fiskerton 211-7 controlled affairs thanks to Greg Butler 50*, Dan Sang 47 and Rob Turner 4-24 in the away win over Burton Joyce 101-10

weekly report 23-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
Toby Sheppard (Club Notices)
weekly report 16-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
weekly report 9-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 2017 (Committee Communications )
toby-sheppard

Toby Sheppard

Dear all

It is with great sadness I report the death of Toby Sheppard after a long illness.

Toby was a great supporter of cricket and served as umpires secretary on the SNCL committee. He was a senior panel umpire up until his illness.

Details of his funeral will be shared once known.

Our thoughts are with the family. 

weekly report 23-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
Toby Sheppard (Club Notices)
weekly report 16-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
weekly report 9-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 2017 (Committee Communications )
weekly-report-16-7-2016

weekly report 16-7-2016

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 16th July 2016

 

“Jennings performs Houdini escape for Portland”

  

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Brett Scothern with 127 and Kagiso Rapaluna 55 guided Long Eaton to an impressive 240-10 as they gained a winning draw away at Collingham 184-8 for whom David Pipes 4-36 and Atif Zaldl 47 were their key performers. Following up team mate Greg Oldfield’s 65 it was Andy Dann with 6-17 who bowled Belvoir 234-8 to victory over Hoveringham 105-10. Chris Dobbie top scored with 65 as Balderton posted 204-9 and in a final ball thriller it was Gemmal Hussain 54* who saw Hyson Green CC 205-8 to the closest of wins. Attenborough 197-7 extend their lead at the top of the table as Tom Murray 80, Ben Bhabra 49* & Pete Bhabra 4-57 all performed in the win over Gedling Colliery 194-9 for whom Kyle Van Niekerk 52 & Ammar Khan with figures of 5-43 nearly caused an upset. Tom Young with 70* helped Wollaton 142-5 to a five wicket win at home to Ellerslie 140-10 in which John Wakeling hit 56 after M Iqbal 4-26 & T Naylor 3-45 had bowled the home side into a strong position.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Kimberley 147-8 gained a valuable win in a tense finish as they inflicted a defeat upon Plumtree 146-10 the highlight of the match being a hat trick from James Fenwick who returned figures of 4-25. Ben Ryder 55 and Sanat Kulkarni 44* set up the winning draw for West Bridgfordians 203-8 over Caythorpe 132-8 who remain in the relegation positions. Brad Moore 5-29 starred with the ball as Clifton 97-4 ran out easy winners over Thurgarton 93-10 who remain rooted at the bottom of the divisional table. Debutant Shararyar Aslam hit 201* and Farroq Ariz 56 as Nott’s Unity Casuals 308-4  gained a winning draw over league leaders Attenborough 282-6 as Will Shields 75, Sam Clulow 59, Martin Shoemaker 49 & Martin Rayner 47* all helped themselves in the run fest at The Strand. Darren Wright with 75 saw Calverton 210-9 to a final ball win over Hyson Green CC 209-10 despite the best efforts of Liqat Ali 3-27

Rothera Dowson Division C

Rob Baker blasted a superb 105 including eleven sixes and then took 3-31 as Keyworth 206-10 gained an away win over Thrumpton 164-10 who also had a fine dual performer in fifteen year old wicket keeper Jack Towers who followed up his 5 catches by hitting 40 runs. Steve Howarth top scored with 75 for Gotham 187-7 but Aiden Kerry 56 and Hamish Llewellyn 48 saw visitors Wollaton 190-6 across the winning line. A much needed win for Bramcote 194-7 as K Rehman 72* helped them overcome Radcliffe on Trent’s earlier total of 193-8 in which Jordan Harbottle had contributed a fine 48. New league leaders are Kirkby Portland 182-9 who looked to be heading for defeat after A Norris 72 & L Fazackerley 6-36 had put Bottesford 178-7 in a winning position but Joe Caunt 47* & 3-36 and number eleven batsman Michael Jennings hit 36 from just thirteen balls to seal victory.

Rex Gooding Division D

Ian Fisher’s 60* was not enough to stave of defeat as Hickling 142-9 fell to a narrow one wicket defeat against leaders Gedling & Sherwood 143-9 for whom Muhammed Sohail 45 and Ashan Raja 4-15 starred. Hucknall 164-5 keep the pressure on the leaders as George Buckthorpe 75 & Shaun Caudwell 52 contributed in the win over Underwood 163-7 who had Dan Lemon returning figures of 4-16. Nick Hobbs 82* and Ryan Duggan 55* eased Ellerslie 154-1 to a comfortable home win over Collingham 152-9. Ollie Hayes with 6-19 restricted Farndon to 143 all out in which David Adwick had top scored with 77 but in reply West Bridgfordians crumbled to 92-10 as Mark Everington took 5-21 for the victors. Timmy Berridge with 51 helped Sutton Bonnington to a total of 162-6 and in reply Nolan Benson with 42* guided Gedling Colliery 163-5 to victory with three overs to spare.

Trophy Master Division E

The trio of Martin Wier 54, Chris Howard 6-30 and Jonny Roscoe 4-26 set up a fine away win for Lenton Willoughby 126-6 over Nott’s Unity Casuals 125-10 for whom starring with the ball was Gino Taj with 5-38.  Another trio contributing were Asad Abid 50 Tom Bosworth 32 & 7-17 & Abbas Abid 30 as Basford Mill 210-6 comfortably disposed of hosts Eastwood 100-10. A match winning 87 from Ian Flood saw Bingham 246-6 take victory over Newark R & M 196-9 despite 77 from Bimal Parambil. Liam King 119 & Andrew Dallison74* saw Kirkby Portland 269-7 to an emphatic victory over Belvoir 136-10. Plumtree 100-3 closed out on victory thanks to 52 from Rob Tapp as they defeated East Bridgford 97-10 in the clash of the top two sides in the division.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Manawar Sultan 41, Connor Richardson 4-17 & Andrew Crouch 3-8 performed with credit but Kimberley 120-10 still fell to defeat as Muhammad Niazi 52* and Zeshan Aziz 3-23 steered Gotham 123-8 to take maximum points. Yaqoob Khan 101 & Muhammed Arslan Mehmud 51 were the main contributors as Ruddington 239-10 inflicted a heavy defeat on Caunton 91-10. Shaun King with an unbeaten 61* saw second placed Caythorpe 127-4 close the gap on leaders East Leake 124-10 as the leaders recent run of poor form continued. Steve Fox hit 45 as Fiskerton posted 179-10 and although Harry Shaw scored 53 it was not enough to save Wymeswold who fell short when being bowled out for 138 in reply. A spell of 4-4 from James Lawson & 44 from Darren Smith helped Burton Joyce 128-5 to take victory over Whatton & Aslockton 124-10

BLCS Division G

50 from P Badia saw Young Lions 132-4 ease to victory as they defeated Bottesford 127-10. Flintham 130-10 with Hugo Orme 48 & Robin Cook 4-35 both in fine form still fell to an away defeat as Ross Miller 3-30, Justin Graham 3-18 and Sam Huckerby with 30 helped Lowdham 132-7 in a low scoring game. Beeston & Toton Sycamore 157-6 inflicted a heavy home defeat on West Bridgford Legion 78-10 as Jamie Bowns hit 45 and Steve Moore took 3-25. Calverton amassed 314-5 as B Armstrong 143, W Peat 83 and Derek Pickering with 46 all put the bowlers to the sword and Kinoulton closed on 184-2 in reply. Julian Tadd with 5-25 bowled Ravenshead 94-3 to victory after they had dismissed Long Eaton for 93 earlier in the afternoon.

Central College Division H

Greg Behl 41, Tom Foster 68, Toby Stanley 4-28 Stuart Grimley 39 & 4-20 were all in fine form as Southwell 220-6 comfortably defeated Balderton 132-10. Syed Hossain with 5-20 set up a fine victory for Chilwell 114-6 and then Walled Khan 36 and Mo Irshad 35 saw them home against Attenborough 111-9. J Crudgington 74, l Gommersall 46 and A Burton 5-40 all were key figures in the away win for Gedling Colliery 221-7 over Keyworth 103-10. Sam Fryson with 4-12 helped bowl out visitors Hyson Green CC for 122 but they fell well short in chasing that total as N Khan took 4-18 in their total of just 85. Two tremendous returns from Jack Fox 5-20 and Jonny Lawrence 4-5 saw Gedling & Sherwood 54-4 emphatically defeat Hucknall 53-10.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

John Frimes plundered 90 and Scott Berridge hit 49 as West Bridgfordians closed on 219-4 and in reply Newark finished on 57-9 in reply. A Kumar 93 and V Folkes with 62* guided Thurgarton 186-3 to an away win over Bramcote 182-8. Three wickets apiece from Dwayne Buckley, Neil Gelder & Allan Pearson plus 54* from Gordon Pearson helped leaders Stapleford 111-4 to an away win over Oxton 107-10. Palwak Marjan with 6-34 bowled Clifton 60-4 to victory over Hoveringham who crumbled to 59 all out earlier in the proceedings. Solid contributions from Mehtab Ahmed 75*,  Saj Akram 64, Hanzila Siddique 4-37 &  Kaleem Mohammed 3-38 benefited Madni in their home win over Cotgrave  178-10 for whom Tony Newby top scored with 71.

King Stone Products Division K

Zain Latif tore into the opposition with amazing figures of 7-5-6-5 as Wollaton 52-1 crushed visitors Thrumpton who were dismissed for 51 in just 28 overs. An unbeaten eighth wicket partnership between Graham Mcdonagh 61* and John Aldred 48* helped Kimberley 163-7 defeat previous league leaders Basford Old Boys 149-9 for whom A Cooper had hit 67 in their reply. Toby Robinson 5-4 starred for Caythorpe 130-4 and Jon Lane then hit 67 as they cruised home against Lenton & Willoughby 127-10. Ruddington 269-8 totally dominated their match against Basford Mill as they were bowled out for just 41 in reply.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Although Mushtag Hussain hit 51 and Guy Carney took 4-51 Chilwell 132-2 still fell to defeat as man of the match Jamie Morpeth 37 & 3-43 helped Lowdham 155-9 to a fine away win. Johnathan Fawcett 74, Mark Lee 52 and Kyle Kirkland 4-31 were all instrumental for Underwood 160-10 in a home win over Kirkby Portland 121-10. C Knight 46 and G Airey 70 helped Attenborough post a respectable 214-4 but G Archer 50 & M Child 46 secured a win for home side Old Dalby 216-3 on a superb batting track. Farndon 112-4 enjoyed a four wicket away win over Radcliffe on Trent to keep them clear at the top of the table. 

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

The quartet of Steve Cartledge 69 Gary Sanders 32, Dave Penford 3-25 & Ben Sanders 4-43 were all in fine form for Belvoir 230-9 as they inflicted a heavy defeat upon Nottingham Deaf 115-10. Whatton & Aslockton 56-10 were no match for Hucknall 57-1 in very much one sided contest. Old Dalby 344-8 controlled affairs throughout the day with Rob Herrick 74, Tom Driver 76, Ben Wass 59 Alfie Greaves 41 &3-16, Wilf Conway 35 & Will Gent 3-18 al figuring whilst Luc Chignell 47 & 4-49 figured heavily for the defeated Newark R & M 108-10. Wymeswold conceded their fixture away at Bingham.

Sign Solutions Division N

Martin Huffer 3-23 & David Hoon 4-15 reduced West Bridgfordians to 96 all out but in reply Beeston & Toton Sycamore crumbled to 52 all out with C Sibley 3-13 and JAMES Flint 2-3 taking the plaudits. A superbly crafted century from David Hedge 105* was not enough to save Fiskerton 177-9 from going down to defeat against Lambley 178-7 for whom Karlos Oakden hit 82*. Ellerslie 112-4 with Joe Mitchell top scoring with 33 gained a win over West Bridgford Legion restricting them to 111-8 earlier in the afternoon. Burton Joyce posted 201-6 with John Seymour 63, Gareth Johnson 47 & James Caig 43* all contributing and in reply Richard Drury finished on 71* as Keyworth closed on 133-3 in reply.

weekly report 23-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
Toby Sheppard (Club Notices)
weekly report 16-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
weekly report 9-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 2017 (Committee Communications )
weekly-report-9-7-2016

weekly report 9-7-2016

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 9nd July 2016

 

“ Ruddington triumph in Cup Final as rain decimates league programme”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

All games abandoned without a ball being bowled

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

All games abandoned without a ball being bowled

Rothera Dowson Division C

All games abandoned without a ball being bowled

Rex Gooding Division D

Winning the toss and asking the hosts to bat first paid dividends as Gedling & Sherwood gained a valuable win closing on 84-6 in pursuit of Sutton Bonnington’s earlier total of 81-9 in which Ashan Raja 3-12, Mohammed Sohail 3-29 & Zaheer Akhtar with 31 all combined to take the visitors to the top of the table.

Trophy Master Division E

Basford Mill 148-6 shocked high flying East Bridgford 109 all out as Fazeel Arshad struck with the ball taking 5-37, earlier Jamie Rooke 35 and Samuel Greig 33* had laid a solid platform for the hosts in tricky conditions as Tom Hodgson 3-32 & Ryan Stahlberger 3-34 seemed to have put their side in contention until opening bowler Arshad struck.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

All games abandoned without a ball being bowled

BLCS Division G

An unbeaten fourth wicket partnership between Darren Wright 34* & James Toogood 37* steered Calverton 104-3 to victory as they secured the victory over Ravenshead 101-10 in which Ethan Wright took 4-27. A fine spell of 4-22 from P Dobb had seemed to have put Young Lions on the back foot as they were bowled out for just 95 but R Bhaker 3-22 & H Naik 2-13 reduced runaway league leaders Flintham to 77 all out in reply

Central College Division H

All games abandoned without a ball being bowled

Carlton Car Centre Division J

All games abandoned without a ball being bowled

King Stone Products Division K

All games abandoned without a ball being bowled

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

All games abandoned without a ball being bowled

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

All games abandoned without a ball being bowled

Sign Solutions Division N

Lee Morley 78* & Karlos Oakden with 45 helped Lambley post an intimidating total of 187-7 from their 36 overs in which Matt Wharmby took 3-55 and although visitors Ellerslie 127-9 fought hard they lost wickets at vital stages and youngster Ben Martindale 54 batted superbly nearly carrying his bat before being run out at the end of the match. Leaders West Bridgfordians 93-9 stay top thanks to 43* from Pete O’Donoghue and 4-3 from James Flint as they defeated near neighbours West Bridgford Legion 92-9

Popkess Cup 

Winning the toss and electing to bat first West Bridgfordians amassed a formidable total of 213-4 from 45 over in which Andrew Jeffrey top scored with 83 and was ably assisted by opening partner Alastair Pettit 67 but in reply Woolaton 214 -7 went through to the next round thanks to Andy Kirkwood with a fine 75 and 25 apiece from Joe Fish & Alec Cobbett at the business end of proceedings despite the best efforts of Max Loveridge who took 4-44 which included a stumping and two caught & bowled’s.

Raleigh Cup Final

Adil Khan hit a glorious 92 after his side Ruddington were invited to bat first as they posted 165-7 from 20 overs with Ben Smith 3-32 being the pick of the bowlers for Caythorpe and in reply they fell 26 runs short as they were bowled out for 139 with Mohammed Mehmud grabbing the headlines with 5-26 although Matthew Daffin with 44* did keep his side in contention with fine support from the tail enders

weekly report 23-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
Toby Sheppard (Club Notices)
weekly report 16-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
weekly report 9-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 2017 (Committee Communications )
proposed-development-division-2017

PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 2017

Hello All,

Last November, a meeting was held with a number of clubs from our Division N to discuss the possibility of the League formulating a Development Division.

 

The concept to provide a game to suit younger players that was enjoyable, regulations that would ensure full participation, a quicker game, flexibility over the timing of fixtures and a number of overs that would bridge the gap between age group and main Saturday league cricket.

 

The idea being, this would inspire young people to play the game competitively and in the Spirit of Cricket, primarily engaging 13-18 year olds with a designated number of older players. It would integrate young players into open age cricket within a supportive learning environment. This would hopefully allow the younger players to express their ability in a longer format  and lead to an increase in player retention within clubs, thus adding to their long sustainability.

 

Please complete the survey by following this link

 http://goo.gl/forms/Rzdt3Ypfq7g4vh083

The closing date will be Wednesday 31st August 2016.

 

The information you provide will be collated and if there is sufficient interest, a meeting will be arranged for late September.

 

Email me david.richards36@virgin.net if you wish to make further comments.

 

With kind regards,

 

David J Richards

Hon. Secretary

weekly report 23-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
Toby Sheppard (Club Notices)
weekly report 16-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
weekly report 9-7-2016 (Gary Edginton Report)
PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT DIVISION 2017 (Committee Communications )