Gary Edginton Report

weekly report 9-9-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE.

 

WEEKLY REPORT 9th September 2017

“Slater’s six secures promotion”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

No games

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

No games

Rothera Sharp Division C

No games

Rex Gooding Division D

Collingham 120-3 finished the season on a winning note after a comfortable seven wicket win over Hickling 119-9 thanks to being put into a strong position by bowlers Ravi Yarwood Paintel 3-44  & Andrew Shaw 3-36 and the Harrison Allen wrapped things up when hitting 64*. Ellerslie 112-4 look favourites to snatch the runners up spot as both Oli Taylor 57 and Chiraag Ghandi 4-16 featured prominently in the win over East Bridgford 108 who had Ben Saunders hitting 63. Jack Towers 39* and Ed Howick 3-17 were the match winners for Thrumpton 78-2 as they defeated Grantham 77-10. Bottesford 89-7 secured the title but the game against Bingham was abandoned after only 35 overs of play with Matty Spencer taking 4-23. Bramcote’s fixture against Gedling Colliery was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

Trophy Master Division E

No games

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Ravenshead 136-10 were the victors in a low scoring game at Burnt Stump as they overcame Lenton & Willoughby 108-9.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

No games

 

Turner Violins Division H

No games

Carlton Car Centre Division J

No games

King Stone Products Division K

No games

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

No games

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Defeating closest rivals Nottingham Deaf 72-4 secured promotion after overcoming Lambley 71-9 as Simon Payne hit 32* which followed up the 6-16 taken by Jordan Slater. Wymeswold 137-7 rounded off the campaign with a narrow win over Bingham 136-9 as Rob Pitman steered the home with 33*

Paul Grundell Division N

No games

weekly report 2-9-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE.

 

WEEKLY REPORT 2nd September 2017

“Ryder sprints to century whilst Khan delivers for Carrington”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Attenborough 169-6 losing draw against Gedling Colliery 193-8

A vital 79* by Martin Shoemaker guided the host’s to survival to attain the valuable two points they required but the 86* from Rhys Hayes and the 4-41 from Akif Farooq saw the visitors take the majority of the points.

Belvoir 158-2 beat Plumtree 154-10

A fine 67 from Ryan Lewis was backed up by Olly Elson 43* along with Jamie Gilbertson 4-13 & Freddie Arlott 4-33 as the home side ended the season with a comfortable win.

Collingham 189-10 lost to Carrington 191-5

Fahad Ul Haq hit 74 for Collingham but Carrington’s trio of G Sadaff 53, A Arshad 70 and G Hussain 44 all kept the sides recent run of good form intact.

Ellerslie 70-7 beat Balderton 67-10

Balderton nearly pulled of a miraculous win as Raz Khan took 5-30 but the loss sees them suffer relegation from the top flight.

Wollaton 163-10 lost to Kimberley 204-9

Matt Dean 51, Ben Buckley 47 and man of the match Zain Ramzan 5-63 saw Kimberley hand out a first defeat of the season to champions Wollaton.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Carrington 81-0 beat Hoveringham 79-10

K Gregoire with 5-26 and S Arshad 3- 41 helped Carrington finish as runners up as they finished the season in convincing style.

Eastwood 133-10 lost to Clifton 136-4

Clifton were crowned champions and the win was set up by bowlers Dom Robinson 3-31 and Brad Moore 3-36 as they return to top flight cricket in 2018.

Long Eaton 185-7 beat Kirkby Portland 117-10

Lee Cuthbert 52, Samuel Harris 5-19 and Andrew Edge 4-21 all starred for Long Eaton in the win although Robert Shead did his best with a fine 51 in reply.

Nott’s Unity 230-10 beat Wollaton 174-10

The combination of 71 by Farooq Aziz and 6-51 from Tariq Mahmood saw the host’s home to a fine victory and there was also a notable return of 5-65 from Alex Cobbett in his side’s defeat.

Southwell 140-10 lost to Calverton 266-8

An excellent 109 from Scott Andrew and 51 & 7-35 from the evergreen Darren Wright gave Calverton a convincing win with also the youthful Steve Wright chipping in for Southwell with 4-61 as both bowlers showed there experience.

Rothera Sharp Division C

Beeston & Toton 132-10 lost to Hucknall 133-5

The visitors win was set up by James Guthrie with 3-30 and was confirmed with 45 by Lee Smith and secured promotion in the process..

Caythorpe 116-10 lost to Fiskerton & Thurgarton 188-6

Colin Cliff 73, Dave Hedge 57* and the bowling of Aaman Singh 3-29 & Max Danby 4-18 saw Fiskerton & Thurgarton finish in third place as the home side had to settle for fourth place in the table deciding encounter.

Farndon 185-6 beat Gotham 184-10

Although Martyn Hill 81*, Jason Lam 3-50 Mark Everington 3-54  and Andrew Duckmanton taking 5 catches it was not enough to stave of relegation for the victors as a crucial 46 from Ryan Perrell went a long way in attaining the bonus points to survive for Gotham.

Radcliffe on Trent v Gedling & Sherwood

Ozzy Quyyum took 4-32 that on reflection was the key in his teams win in a low scoring affair whilst John Croasdale top scored in the match with 40.

Rex Gooding Division D

Bingham 72-10 lost to Collingham 73-2

6-16 by T Bowers not only confirmed the victor’s safety but also put a severe dent in the promotion hopes of the home side.

Bramcote 158-9 lost to Bottesford 171-10

Bottesford secured both the title and promotion with D Allen 62 Aaron Charlesworth 3-33 & Ryan Charlesworth 3-34 all performing in the win.

Gedling Colliery 118-1 beat East Bridgford 116-9

An emphatic win was set up by Steve Burton with 5-17 and finished off in style by the pair of Tom Coffey 66* & Sukrit Raman 34*.

Hickling 120-4 beat Thrumpton 119-10

Matt Winn 68*, Charlie Hogg 4-7 & T Spawton 3-27 helped keep Hickling in the hunt for promotion in the victory over fellow candidates Thrumpton for whom  James Anstey hit 73

Plumtree 219-6 beat Ellerslie 218-8.

The home side ended the season with a fine win as another team stuttered in the run in and it was a match winning 111* from R Smith that saw his side home despite 71 made by A Gasper earlier in the day.

Trophy Master Division E

Kirkby Portland 39-10 lost to East Leake 40-2

Taking maximum points the victors attained the points required to finish outside of the relegation places and it was the pair of Simon Oakley 3-5 and Alex Cufflin 4-11 who sealed the win.

Ruddington 193-9 beat Nott’s Unity 127-10

Kafeel Rasul finished off the season in style when hitting 71 whilst his counterpart Shakeel Taj took 5-52.

Underwood 143-7 lost to Newark R&M 144-1

The champions rounded off their season in tremendous form with both R Buckley 60*& B. Parambil 69* finishing with red inkers.

West Bridgfordians 193-3 beat Belvoir 192-9

S Penford compiled a fine 87 but it was in reality Jon Sheard’s day with 4-26 and then a blistering 103 to take the man of the match award.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Burton Joyce 162-8 beat Flintham 56-10

Gavin Baguley 58*, Ali Hussain 3- 5 and Tim Baker 3-15 gave the home side the win but also ended the title challenge of Flintham who have to settle for second position.

Lowdham 133-10 lost to Wymeswold 169-10

Sam Whowell 45*  and a fine return by Andrew Shelton of 5-11 helped Wymeswold to secure the title despite a fine all-round performance of 41 & 5-29 by Justin Graham.

Ravenshead 144-10 beat Caunton 124-10

A Fearn 48 & S Carter 5-22 helped the home side to victory whilst the visitors were in the mix at the tea interval thanks to the bowling efforts of A Rose 4-27, N Suiter 3-41 & M Hawley with 3-33.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

Balderton 104-10 lost to Carrington 107-2

N Ali hit 61 that followed up a devastating spell of 8-17 by N Khan to give Carrington a convincing away win and as a result it sees Balderton suffer a double relegation.

Fiskerton & Thurgarton 113-10 lost to Whatton & Aslockton 117-6

A quartet of performances helped the visitors secure survival as J Lambourne 43*, D Chambers 46, B Gregory 4-51 and M Wilson 3-13 all made significant contributions.

Gedling Colliery 143-10 beat Kinoulton 120-8

Consistency was the key in Gedling’s win with knocks by Lee Gomersall 38, Simon Neal 38 and Matt Brunton 37 whilst Tom Holmes hit 46 in the visitor’s innings.

West Bridgford Legion 98-6 beat Beeston & Toton 95-10

David Holden 27* & 3-22 played a key role in deciding this result in a low scoring match at Loughborough Road.

Young Lions 107-10 lost to Kimberley 108-3

Champions Kimberley turned in a scintillating performance over closest rivals Young Lions with C Richardson 4-35, B Riley 4-31 and J Griffiths 42* all in fine form.

Turner Violins Division H

Attenborough 70-10 lost to Madni 208-8

Rounding off the season in style were champions Madni as Rizwan Faryad 66, Haseeb Javed 33, Adnan Saddique 3-17 and Zeeshan Aziz 3-17 gave them a convincing away win at Long Lane.

Bottesford 104-10 lost to Chilwell 133-10

Vikas Arora 65, Glenn Sutton 5-36 and Paul Lever 4-13 all finished the campaign in fine form for Chilwell in the narrow win over host’s Bottesford.

Calverton 108-5 lost to Southwell 206-1

Despite only pride being at stake it did not stop Tom Clarke hitting a glorious 115* and along with Adam Gell 57 plus Richard Maloney with 3-32 it gave Southwell the honours in the battle of the two relegated sides.

Clifton 138-4 beat Stapleford 134-10

Clifton secured third place after overcoming rivals Stapleford with 5-15 from Saqib Shah setting up the win and Alam Khan then hit 43 to see them home.

Gedling & Sherwood 109-4 beat Long Eaton 107-10

Jack Fox-Male 41*, Mohammed Tariq 34 & Kash Ali 3/14 combined together to enable Gedling & Sherwood to finish on a winning note as runners up in the league.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Basford Old Boys 66-10 lost to West Bridgfordians 298-6

Ben Shaw 71 and Ben Ryder with a breath-taking innings of 136 were the backbone in a comprehensive win for the Stamford Road outfit over the Old Boys.

Ellerslie 57-10 lost to Woodborough 165-6

J Watterson 46 & S Harrison 5-18 made it good finale to the season to seal a fine away win for Woodborough who finish in third position.

Hoveringham 119-10 lost to Keyworth 120-4

65* from Isaac Brown guided Keyworth home to an away win to secure their sixth win of the season.

Oxton 129-10 beat Hucknall 101-10

Three wickets apiece from Tom Sisson 3-30, Graham Sisson 3-30 and Chris Graham 3-12 gave Oxton a fine win over already crowned champions Hucknall at The Recreation Ground.

King Stone Products Division K

Caythorpe 236-7 lost to Collingham 239-4

Simon Park 114 and Ian Hart 62 seemed to have put Caythorpe in control but a fine 58 by S Scott took Collingham to a thrilling win with two balls to spare.

Great Dalby 156-10 lost to Bramcote 225-6

Adam Reddish 115 and J Wheeldon 5-39 were the heroes for Bramcote in the relegation shoot out against Great Dalby at Station Road.

 

Kimberley 278-5 beat Poplars 253-7

Tim Wheatley 95, Richard Kelley 53* & Andy Crouch 4-89 starred for Kimberley in a game of over 530 runs and the duo from Poplars of Veeran Thota 75 & Humayan Baig 56 were also in fine batting form.

Newark R&M 256-5 beat Farndon 149-10

Peter Litchfield 129*  and James Mckay 5-31 did what was required to help the home side to victory and give their slim chances of claiming the title any hope and when they saw their closest rivals result the celebrations began.

Wollaton 90-lost to Attenborough 92-8

Needing only a win to secure the title and having opponents Attenborough in dire trouble at 35-6 Wollaton must have thought the trophy was within sight but Gordon Airey & Reece Caine shared a 42 run partnership to end their hopes.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Belvoir beat Thrumpton

Thrumpton failed to raise a side in this fixture.

Chilwell 94-10 lost to Bengal United 97-7

Bengal United claimed the title with this nervy three wicket win with both Tareq Siddique 4-15 and Jahid Hussain 30 & 3-18 vying for the man of the match award.

East Bridgford 282-7 beat Underwood 51-10

A brilliant 121* from Adnan Mehmood set up East Bridgford for an overwhelming victory and they then had to wait for the news coming from Chilwell to learn they would have to settle for the runners up slot.

Radcliffe on Trent 118-2 beat Basford Mill 117-10

48 from S Pearce steered Radcliffe on Trent home to victory after the 3-18 by W Booth had put Basford Mill on the back foot.

RHP 220-7 beat Old Dalby 216-8

William Gent 60 gave a solid foundation to the Old Dalby innings but was overshadowed by Liam Parker who hit 102 for the victors.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Hucknall 18-0 beat Kirkby Portland 17-10

Tom Rees with 3-7 & Mitchell Colebrook 5-7 heaped misery on bottom placed Kirkby Portland who could only muster seventeen runs in a disappointing performance.

Nott’s & Arnold 166-4 beat Bingham 112-9

A massive chance of staying out of the bottom two was achieved after Harvey Burton 64* & Karam Sangha 50 in the win over fellow relegation candidates Bingham.

West Bridgfordians 172-10 beat Burton Joyce 94-10

Ally Pettit hit 88 and Dan James took 4-33 in the home win that sees the sides switch sides in the final league table.

Wymeswold v Lowdham

Simon Wilkinson 41, Steve Rippey 45 & Richard Ramsey 4-43 all starred for the winners and this meant in his last game before retiring veteran Phil Parkes 3-33 could not sign off with a victory against his name.

Paul Grundell Division N

Beeston & Toton 125-6 tied with Nott’s & Arnold 125-10

Matt Arnold 3-38 took the vital wicket that enabled the game to end in a tie after both Martin Huffer 33 & 3-26 and Ishaan Jumbu 37 had given both sides a chance of victory.

Gedling & Sherwood 105-10 lost to Ellerslie 132-7

4-19 from both Phil Lafbrey & Chris Hudson gave victory and the runners up spot to Ellerslie in the winner takes all game against Gedling & Sherwood.

Newark R&M 149-7 lost to West Bridgford Legion 181-7

A trio of fine innings by Raj Shandilya 47, Ryan Robinson 46 & Andrew Walters 45 secured victory and the title for the Legion who won their eleventh game of the campaign in the process.

Whatton & Aslockton 217-6 beat Fiskerton & Thurgarton 189-7

Graham Ryan 54, Andy Wallace 63* & Adam Mussert 3-27 saw Whatton & Aslockton finish on a high note with a win in a very entertaining game which also saw performances from Dan Sung 56 & 3-38, Tim Kirkham 51 & Murray Williams 38 for the visitors.

weekly report 26-8-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE.

 

WEEKLY REPORT 26th August 2017

“Cliff,Edge & Pitt all star in the run in”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

The final relegation space will go down to the wire as a result of the winning draw gained by Attenborough 245-9 over hosts Plumtree 219-9 as R Henson 73, B Sheppard 69 & A Sandhu with 5-49 gave the visitors the edge and despite a fine 76 from S James the home side are relegated. Balderton 157-10 will battle out the final spot after going down to a home defeat at the hands of champions Wollaton 220-7 who had performances from Mustafa Iqbal 68 & 5-41, Daniel Andrew 42 and Tom Naylor 3-24.Suman Shrestha 84*, Hamish Moore 72 and 3-23, Peter Vladev 47 from 39 balls and then Chris Bellaby took 4-32 for Ellerslie 249-4 in their away win over Belvoir 157-10 for whom Darren Bicknell top scored with 53. Seb Menhauzen 51, Olly Dyson 53, Jack Copley 44 and a fine return of 5-26 from Lee Fazackerley gave Collingham 214-10 a resounding win over Gedling Colliery 81-10 who had Zaheer Rahman taking a fine 6-47 earlier in the day. Zahir Ahmed 103, Gulraiz Sadaf 46, Kaisar Altaf 37*and 4-27 & Patrick Gada 45 were the main contributors for Carrington 319-5 in the winning draw over Kimberley 218-5.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Andy Edge 77 & 5-89 fought a fine rear guard action but could not prevent Calverton 275-8 gaining a winning draw over his Long Eaton side who finished on 215-8 as Scott Andrew hit 60 and Darren Wright took 4-62. Zubayr Alam Khalil 51 and the 4-11 from Shuaib Khalil not only gave victory to hosts Carrington 165-10 but also meant that Eastwood 120-10 suffer relegation despite the three commendable efforts from S Humphries 5-28, S. Stocks 4-53 and N Gregory 59. Clifton 233-9 all but assured themselves of promotion with a win over rivals Nott’s Unity 107-10. An excellent 114 from Stuart Walton from just 98 balls helped Hoveringham to a total of 214-9 but visitors Southwell 215-3 took the spoils with Alex Rainbow 81, Mohan Pharate 55 and David Rimmer with 4-43 all enjoying fine end of season form. A fine 56 from Liam King steered Kirkby Portland 181-9 to the narrowest of wins as they came away victorious over Wollaton 180-6 who had Nicholas Kirkwood hitting 50. 

Rothera Sharp Division C

An undefeated 121* from Colin Cliff guided Fiskerton & Thurgarton 209-5 to a home win over Gedling & Sherwood 208-10 for whom Tauseef Ahmed hit 57 and Muhammad Niazi blasted 51 off 26 balls. Jack Pates 48, Tim Buckthorpe 43, Lee Smith 48, Tom Walters 48* & Paul Harley 4-16 all enhanced the promotion chances for Hucknall 243-6 in the win over Radcliffe on Trent 82-10 and now they need just six points from their final game. Tom Newell with 45 for Keyworth 166-10 dented the survival hopes of Farndon 119-10 and now they face a mountain to climb next week in the fixture against Gotham. Champions West Bridgfordians 147-2 finished of their campaign in style with a win over Beeston & Toton 146-10 with Ben Ryder 50, Geoff Curtis 49, and Stuart Plant bowing out with 6-5.

Rex Gooding Div D

Previous leaders Bingham 119-10 slipped to defeat at the hands of Gedling Colliery 162-8 with Michael Berry hitting 51 and S Burton taking 5-35. Bottesford 54-3 moved to the summit with a convincing win as Jake Hutchinson took 6-12 in the win over Grantham 50-10. It was a fine 6-20 from Tom Weldon and the 42* by Charlie Lucas that saw Collingham 139-4 victorious in the encounter against Plumtree 138-10. In the relegation battle it was yet another victory for Bramcote 179-6 over East Bridgford 175-10 as a trio of performance from Alex Watson 63, Tom Chamberlain 54 and M Spibey 4-10 gave them the win despite efforts from the home pair of Ben Saunders 65 & Glen Willis 51. Thrumpton 144-6 leapfrog opponents Ellerslie 143-10 with the win and both teams go into the final run in still with a chance of promotion.

Trophy Master Division E

West Bridgfordians posted a respectable total of 209-6 with John Grimes 76* & Alex Winiarski 67 leading the way but 93 from Geoff Cook gave victory to Caythorpe 210-5 in their final game of the season. 6-15 from Simon Oakley and 4-24 by Alex Cufflin helped East Leake 47-1 to an emphatic win over Sutton Bonington 46-10. A spell of 4-6 from Craig Smithurst gave Underwood 135-10 a victory over near neighbours Kirkby Portland 63-10 who at the tea interval were in high spirits after the bowling efforts of both Ryan Fisher 5-22 and Allister Bradbury 4-18. The title decider went the way of Newark R&M 205-3 as Bimal Parambil 78 & 3-33, Matthew Evans 47 & James Faulkner 3-33 all featured whilst W Ahmed hit 110 for Ruddington who fell short in the chase closing on 188-8. Lewis Dann hit 49 for Belvoir 187-10 in their away victory over Nott’s Unity 154-10 who had the consilation of an excellent return by Z Malik of 6-26.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Waj Khalil 61, Sam Greig 66 & Harris Khalil 5-33 gave victory to Basford Mill 189-9 in the win over Burton Joyce 97-10 and ended their chances of gaining promotion in the process. Flintham 136-10 missed a chance of securing promotion as they slipped to defeat at the hands of visitors Lowdham 185-9 with A Graham doing the damage taking 5-34. Gotham 112-3 gained a first win of the season after overcoming Lenton & Willoughby 108-10 with Edward Neville 59* and 6-30 from Richard Pitt which included a hat trick. Wymeswold 100-7 secured promotion but not without a few nervous moments in the win over Caunton as Sam Saunders followed up his 6-19 by the being 29* at the end of proceedings. 

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

A spell of 4-37 from Vikas Sharma helped Fiskerton & Thurgarton 147-10 to a victory over Beeston & Toton 97-8. Sam King took 4-22 in the win for Gedling Colliery 97-5 over Carrington who were dismissed for 96-10 earlier in the afternoon at King Georges Park. A fantastic 147 from Josh Tranter proved to be in vain as Balderton 209-4 fell to defeat at the hands of champions Kimberley 211-6 as Blayne Riley hit 82. Whatton & Aslockton 152-10 fell to defeat and as a consequence are relegated when failing to chase down the 173-9 set by Kinoulton in which Chris Dorman hit 61 even though Max Wilson returned a fine 5-25 in the loss. Matt Fletcher 42, John Walters 5-25 and Etienne Le Grange 3-25  were the stars for West Bridgford Legion 137-7 in the win over Young Lions 133-10 for whom Rav Digwa hit 68.

Turner Violins Division H

Madni 170-8 secured the title as H Javed hit 70 in the victory over Chilwell 136-10 in which S Azizi scored a fine 52 in reply. Gedling & Sherwood 165-9 secured both the runners up spot and promotion  with  Ed Shepherd 55, Aftab Ahmad 3-5 & Dean Spencer 5-30 in the win over relegated Calverton 108-10 who themselves had notable performers in Callum Jayes 60, Ethan Wright 4-43 & E Wright 4-41. Matt Croxall 95, S.Kutty 51 & A Khan 4-19 provided the firepower in the win for Clifton 253-9 over Long Eaton 120-10. Simon Silverwood took 4-29 and gave Bottesford 93-5 a chance of avoiding the drop with an away win over Southwell 92-10 and now face a winner takes all match against Chilwell next weekend. A narrow ten run win was gained by Stapleford 150-8 over Attenborough 140-10 with the consistent pair of  Alan Pearson 44 and Andrew Pearson 39 & 5-25 both again producing in the sides win.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Hucknall 138-3 secured the title with a comfortable home win over Hoveringham 137-10 as Amani Darr 46 *& 4-14, Joe Todhunter 41* and Jack Fearn 4-42 were all in fine form when it mattered most. Ellerslie 107-10 were victors in a low scoring affair against Basford Old Boys 95-10 and were thankful to bowler Aman Parekh who took 4-16 despite a battling 42* from A Cooper. Ruddington 180-8 finished off their season in style with a fine win over Keyworth 122-10 with Chris Greaves taking 3-23. C Graham took 5-16 as Woodborough were restricted to 144-8 but Oxton 116-10 fell short as the pair of Sam Fyson 5-27 & Darren Shaw with 3-24 delivered the knock out blows.

King Stone Products Division K

B Faulkner finished on 57* in the away win for Newark R&M 134-2 over mid table Attenborough 132-6 and they still are in with a chance of taking the title. Wollaton 219-5 remain top with an overwhelming home win over relegated Caythorpe 107-10 and it was the pair of David Watson 70 and Hemant Katagi 73 who laid the foundations of the win. Chaz Dixon 101 and Max Chapple 36 & 5-17 starred in the win for Collingham 253-5 and the loss for Great Dalby 168-8 sees them in a fight in the final game of the season for survival. Farndon 193-6 did themselves a huge favour with a seventeen run win over Kimberley 176-10 and it was Sam Brown with 80 with the bat and then 3-33 plus a run out who took the man of the match award. The win for Poplars 158-9 in their close encounter against Bramcote 146-10 sees the losers agonisingly suffer relegation.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Liam Parker 70 and Dom Modd 48 were the stand out performances in the win for RHP 231-8 in their away win over Belvoir 140-8. Bengal United 176-10 are top with one game remaining after a convincing win over Basford Mill 61-10 with Muddassir Ahmed hitting 55. A run fest saw Chilwell score 277-9 with 133 from  Mohamed Irshad  being the highlight but Old Dalby 279-5 were seen home with nine balls to spare as R Herrick hit 96 whilst there were half centuries from W Gent 55 and D Greaves 53*. Thrumpton 221-6 gained an impressive win over title contenders East Bridgford 136-6 with Ben Clark starring with 97 with throw the title race wide open. Radcliffe on Trent were unable to raise a side in the fixture away at Underwood.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Dean Cowdell top scored with 51 as Burton Joyce 170-7 gained a much needed win over fellow relegation candidates Nott’s & Arnold 155-8 for whom K Sangha hit 56. Wymeswold 100-5 gained a five wicket away win over hosts Kirkby Portland 99-5 and this sees the home side relegated in the process. Promotion was secured by Hucknall 170-3 after they defeated Lambley 169-10 with fine knocks by Michael Rees 52, Andy Wagstaff 42* and a spell from Lee Whyley of 4-44 to let the celebrations commence. Finishing on 98-3 Bingham’s survival chances were given a massive boost with a fine away win over Lowdham 97-10 with T Hill taking 4-21 in the success. Nottingham Deaf 82-8 need a point to secure promotion after a nervous two wicket win over West Bridgfordians 81-10 and it was the 37 from Oliver Wilcox that proved oh so vital in the win.

Paul Grundell Division N

Will Bennett 49, Aaron Viggers 4-13 & Henry Horne 3-37 all starred in the win for Keyworth 113-7 over Newark R&M 112-10. Ishmael Hussain 2-8 and Qasim Mahmood 2-5 and Luke Rudkin 24* saw an easy win for Nott’s & Arnold 38-0 gain an easy win over Whatton & Aslockton 34-10.Table topping West Bridgford Legion 119-10 took the spoils in the win over fellow candidates Gedling & Sherwood 75-10 with Zain Saleem taking 3-20 in the win whilst Rob Sin returned the best figures of the match with 4-14. Fiskerton & Thurgarton failed to raise a side in the fixture against Ellerslie. 

weekly report 19-8-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE.

 

WEEKLY REPORT 19th August 2017

“Bhaker runs riot as Iqbal spins his web to return Wollaton to the Premier League”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Wollaton 238-3 were crowned champions after an emphatic win over Attenborough 78-10 the win was set up by Daniel Andrew 106*, Dave Barr 45 & Tim Young 44 and then was finished off in style with the combination of Mustafa Iqbal 6-43 and James Cox who took 4-23. Carrington 261-5 were convincing winners over Belvoir 115-10 with Saqlain Bazmi hitting 149 and an all-round performance from Zahir Ahmed 45 & 5-30. Oliver Dyson 55, Will Cousins 58* & David Pipes 4-25 helped Collingham 208-8 to a home success over Plumtree 124-10. Ellerslie 149-1 consolidated second spot in the league as they ran out winners away at Gedling Colliery with Hamish Moore 57* John Wakeling 57* and 4-48 from Dan Footit whilst Rhys Hayes with 62 starred for the hosts. 57 from Ian Sellars could not save Balderton 188-6 from slipping to defeat at the hands of Kimberley 189-5 for whom Matt Dean hit an undefeated 102*

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Robert Sheard 92* helped Kirkby Portland to a respectable total of 184-5 but high flying Carrington 182-6 ran winners being seen home to victory by A Khalil with 53*. A devastating spell of 7-36 from Ryan Cuthbert enabled Long Eaton 133-5 complete a fine victory over Hoveringham 129-8. F Azie 50, T Mahmoud 42 & I Ul-Haq 4-45 all figured in the win for Nott’s Unity 174-7 against Southwell 173-10 and although C Miller hit 77 the side’s relegation was confirmed with this result. Clifton 177-10 remain in pole position with two games to go after gaining a winning draw over Wollaton 143-9 who had Callum Brown taking 5-34. Calverton 191-10 kept alive their own chances of promotion with a win over Eastwood who have to face the top two in the fight to stay up after a match winning effort from Calverton’s  Billy Armstrong 61 and 5-37.

Rothera Sharp Division C

Caythorpe 95-4 kept alive their slim chances of promotion with a win over relegated Beeston & Toton 94-10 with 54 from Cav King which followed up the 3-3 from Ashley Daffin. Gotham 157-10 remain in the dogfight for survival after slipping to defeat at the hands of Fiskerton & Thurgarton 161-2 with Dan Jones 62* Colin Cliff 55* Aaman Singh 4-49 & Andy Laughton 3-39 al enjoying fine end of season performances. The trio of Mohammed Akeel 50, Nadeem Abbas 38* & Hussnain Shaukat 6-39 were the match winners for Gedling & Sherwood 117-4 in a home win over Keyworth 116-10. Farndon 242-4 gave their hopes of saving themselves from relegation a massive boost with a fine win over Hucknall 238-4 with Martyn Hill hitting 96 which followed up 64 from Tim Buckthorpe, they now play the two side immediately above them hoping to pull of an amazing escape. Champions West Bridgfordians 90-3 came away with another win when overcoming Radcliffe on Trent 89-10 as Chris Watkins, Stuart Plant & Kulvern Kandola all took three wickets apiece.

Rex Gooding Div D

A narrow win keeps the promotion push by Bottesford 162-7 on track with a win over Collingham 157-7 as Jake Hutchinson top scored with 74. With a game in hand on all the other contenders Ellerslie 201-6 also keep in touch after a fine win over Gedling Colliery 92-10 with Alex Gasper 88*, Ryan Duggan 52, Chiraag Gandhi 4-20 and Charlie Taylor 4-22 all stepping up to the plate. 5-16 including a hat trick from Jacob Horne saw Bingham 49-1 cruise home after dismantling already relegated Grantham 47-10. J Manton 3-37, G Read 3-35 & K Carter 3-13 supplied the wickets as their side Plumtree 144-9 dented the promotion push of Hickling 141-10 to win by three runs. Bramcote’s escape is still alive after they posted 145-8 they bowled opponents Thrumpton out for 141-10 with Pete Gooden 65, Mark Spibey 3-30 & Kit Patel 3-37 taking the plaudits.

Trophy Master Division E

40* from Dan Wilson steered Belvoir 99-1 to a convincing home win over Kirkby Portland 96-10. In the relegation battle it was victory and survival for Underwood 167-10 in the win that condemned Caythorpe 103-10 to the drop as Tom Chalkley 79*, Dave Naylor 4-24 &  Matt Thorley 3-34 all hit form at the right time as did Ian Hart with 51. Champions Newark R&M 118-0 show no signs of taking their foot of the gas as J Harlingen took 6-23 in his sides win over Nott’ Unity 117-10. Fahad Amin 4-18 and 47 took Ruddington to the runners up position with an emphatic away win over Sutton Bonington 112-10. West Bridgfordians 128-2 inflicted defeat and relegated opponents East Leake 127-10 with J Sheard 50* and J Grimes 41* seeing them home to victory.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Caunton 102-3 took maximum point and ended the promotion hopes of Basford Mill 100-10 as firstly Nathan Suiter took 4-15 and then Fergus Lowe hit 41 in his side’s victory. Ian Staples, 74*, Luke Porter 50*, Sam Blacknall 80 and then Justin Graham took 4-0 as Lowdham 266-4 cruised to victory against Gotham 41-10. In the battle of the top two it was second placed Wymeswold 100-2 that took the spoils with ease in the win over title favourites Flintham 97-10 as Harry Bowley hit 57* that followed up a spell from Jack Shelton of 5-20.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

Balderton 142-4 gained an important win when they overcame visitors Fiskerton & Thurgarton 140-8 as Sam Ross hit 62 and Josh Tranter took 3-32. In an incredible match Carrington & West Bridgford Legion were both dismissed for 58-10 as bowlers from both sides controlled affairs those being Naz Ali 4-9, Nash Khan 3-9, Adam Austin 4-12 and John Walters 3-17as the match ended in a tie. Kimberley 151-10 took a giant stride towards the title with a resounding win over Gedling Colliery who were destroyed compiling just 26-10. Hot on the leaders heels are Young Lions 334-3 as Harry Bhaker hit a glorious 180* and Ravi Digwa followed it up with 4-27 in the win over Kinoulton 172-10. Jamie Lambourne 83, Max Wilson 3-4 and Ben Gregory 3-14 gave home side Whatton & Aslockton 207-10 a convincing home win over bottom of the table Beeston & Toton 43-10.

Turner Violins Division H

Sam Henson 42 & 3-26 gave a good account of himself for Attenborough 197-8 in the home win over local rivals Long Eaton 99-10. The pair of S William 43 and N Zafar 40 took Chilwell to a score of 196-7 and they defended that score as Southwell finished on 144-8 at the close. Bottesford 199-8 gave themselves a fighting chance in the run-in and with this win they also virtually ended opponents Clifton 71-10 chances of going up as A Morley 98, W Seymore 44 and S Silverwood 5-22 all played key roles. In the title decider it was dominated from start to finish as Madni 221-9 overwhelmed Gedling & Sherwood 58-8 and they now need just seven points from their remaining two games to claim the silverware. Gordon Pearson 42*, Alan Pearson 3-14 and Andrew Pearson 4-28 helped Stapleford 99-5 to a home win over Calverton 98-10.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Ben Johnson hit an unbeaten 124* and Sam Tyson 67 to guide Woodborough to an impressive 251-5 in an away win over Hoveringham 197-8 for whom Steve Campbell top scored with 59. Max Thompson with 5-6 took Hucknall 85-3 one step closer to the title with a convincing home win over Basford Old Boys 84-8. Phil Davey 40, Gagan Sehmbi 39*,Umair Aziz 36* and not forgetting the spell earlier from Luke Greenwood of 3-31 saw Ellerslie 139-2 victorious in the away encounter against Keyworth 138-10. Ruddington 236-3 are within touching distance of promotion with this comfortable home win as yet again the run machine Eddie Storr  crashed 129  and along with Ben Johnson 60 & Dave McKevitt 4-28 it proved too much for opponents West Bridgfordians 161-10 who half centuries from both A Lamb 55 & L Marchant 52.

King Stone Products Division K

S Scott  56 and R Yardwood-Paintel with 42 helped Collingham 148-3 gain an away win over Bramcote 142-9 for whom Adam Reddish hit 61. Caythorpe suffered automatic relegation as they were unable to raise a side against lowly Farndon. In going down to defeat Kimberley 130-8 have virtually ended their hopes of promotion as Attenborough 134-4 closed out the win with Carl Knight hitting 61. Joe Smith 80, Shaz Butt 35* and  James Mackay with 3-57 helped Newark R&M 191-5 to a home win over Great Dalby 183-6 for whom L Harrison hit 79. Humain Baig 44 and V Thota 30 & 3-10 threw the title race wide open as they inspired the win for Poplars 176-10 over leaders Wollaton 113-10.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Mark Ebb 56, Adam Walker 107* and a fine return by Dave Penford of 5-22 gave Belvoir an impressive away win over Basford Mill 107-10. Bengal United 56-2 move into second spot and replace Old Dalby 52-10 as the pair of Jahid Hasan 5-16 and Mohammed Mollah 4-18 bowled superbly. East Bridgford 138-9 stay top with a seventeen run win over Chilwell 121-10 and the 55 from Simon Pringle proved to be the defining innings of the day as Anser Mehmood 3-19 and Ameer Shah 3-34 delivered the knockout blows. John Croasdale (15) 73 and team mate James Booth 32 and 3-23 starred for Radcliffe on Trent 165-6 in the win over Thrumpton 145-10 who were indebted to the consistent J Rye who hit 72. Two excellent all-round performances were the highlight in the clash which saw C Lightly 60* & 5-15 star for victors Underwood 142-10 over RHP 124-9 in which J Goode hit 35* and took 5-37.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Paul Mantle with a career best 6-16 and Jake Bircumshaw 4-8 helped Lambley 30-2 demolish home side Bingham for a low score of just 29-10 which sees them slip to the bottom of the table. Hucknall 102-7 remain top with an away win over Burton Joyce 97-10 with Mike Rees 67*, Tom Rees 4-26 and Alex Pavier 3-15 making significant contributions. Dale Rippey 78 and Andy Seager 61 starred with the bat for Lowdham 222-3 in their home win over Kirkby Portland 83-10. Nottingham Deaf 129-6 still are tracking the leaders after an away win over Nott’s & Arnold 72-10 with performances from both Ravi Hundal 44 & Andy Rowe 3-14. Richard Bowley hit 38 in the win for Wymeswold 146-8 over West Bridgfordians 100-8 as the sides switch positions as a result of this game.

Paul Grundell Division N

Neil Smith 5-18 and Niall Scott who took 3 catches helped Fiskerton & Thurarton 88-10 to a low scoring win over Nott’s & Arnold 50-10 who had a fine return made by Haider Mahmood of 4-10. Gedling & Sherwood 117-8 gained a narrow win thanks to the trio of Jamie Davies 33, Aftab Ahmed 4-37 and Matt Tagg (13yrs) 2-7 as they overcame Keyworth 113-10 who themselves had three performances of note those being Will Bennett 54*, Henry Horne (16yrs) 3-25 and Ben Widdowson (14yrs) 3-24. Reuben Straker 78, Chris Tall 39*, Matt Andrew 4-11 and Sam Baker 3-10 took Newark R&M 168-6 to an impressive home win over Whatton & Aslockton 56-10. Beeston & Toton were unable to raise a side in the away fixture at West Bridgford Legion.