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WEEKLY REPORT 2nd May 2015





Long Eaton 105-6 made the perfect start to the season with a four wicket win against former premier league side Wollaton 104-10 with the evergreen Alan Villiers 5/28 starring with the ball In what was a very low scoring game. Hucknall 304-7 had to settle for a winning draw as Nott’s Unity Casuals 153-9 held out to frustrate them a fine 81 from Dale Campbell and 56 from Lee Smith were the backbone of Hucknall’s score and were helped by all-rounder Suhail Ahmed with 34* & 4/25. Ali Haynes 94* carried his bat in Collingham’s disappointing total of 134-10 as both Olly Elson 3/15 and Lyndon James 3/17 set up victory for Belvoir 134/4 for whom Greg Oldfield 62* and Jack Copley 32 took the plaudits. Josh Downie 89, Colin Cliff 55 and James Morrow 33* combined for Thurgarton 235-6 declared, but opponents Gedling Colliery were left frustrated as rain at tea scuppered any chance of any further play in the match.


Wilsons 224-8 made a winning start against relegated Calverton 189-10 with a fantastic spell of bowling from Umar Awan 7/57 enabling them to take maximum points. Continuing from where he left of at the back end of last season Andy Layton 80 was the linchpin of Kimberley’s score of 185-10 but an unbeaten 85 not out from Richard Harrison saw Clifton 191-3 to a comfortable win. Eastwood 254-7 had Jason Wooliscroft 47 and Stuart Hill 79* impress with bat but failed to take wickets as Bottesford 180-4 held out for the draw with Ben Ryder finishing unbeaten on 79. John Sheard finished agonisingly on 99 not out as West Bridgfordians closed on 222-4 and then opponents Wollaton 223-6 took the spoils as the trio of A Kirkwood 61, A Sharma 50 & A Khan 50 enjoyed early season knocks with the bat.


A fine 61 from Asif Raq was the cornerstone innings in Thrumpton scoring 252-8 with Steve Wright taking 6/39 as Southwell 191/7 held out for the draw with Alex Rainbow scoring 84. Gotham 152-3 had a comfortable seven wicket win as Bradley North 55* and Paul Blatherwick 4/40 starred as opponents Keyworth were dismissed for 150 with Geoff Tindsley scoring 44. Hucknall 211-7 took maximum points as Max Thompson 76, Pete Hudson 49* and Anthony Freeman 5/57 were all in good early season form in the win over Plumtree 195-10 for whom Nigel Finney 47 and Paul Kelly 4/48 also started the campaign in decent form. Ryan Cape 5/31 and an unbeaten 62 from Joe Caunt enabled Kirkby Portland 119-4 to an emphatic win against Gedling Colliery 118-10. Newly promoted Beeston & Toton Sycamore found life tough as they were restricted to 121-9 and Attenborough 122-5 eased home with 20 overs to spare thanks to Albert Gardiner’s 45.    


Gedling & Sherwood 219-5 made a winning start with a fine unbeaten 107 from Zaheer Akhtar as they gained a 33 run success over East Bridgford 186-10 with Oozy Qayyum taking 4/41 with Andy Wright scoring 51 for East Bridgford. Only Matt Wren 54 put up any resistance as Hickling 135-10 were beaten by Bramcote 134-6 who had Sheri Bazmi top scoring with 47. In a tense encounter. Radcliffe on Trent 172-9 just held out in their win over Ellerslie 171-10 for the victors Alex Sowters performance of 32 and five catches behind the stumps was outstanding and other notable performances were from Mark Taylor 4/35, Suman Shrestha 64 and Ollie Taylor 5/41 the latter two being for Ellerslie. A gritty 63 from Ian Huskinson saw West Bridgfordians 157-10 to victory over Newark R & M 136-10 as Seb Hopkins took 5/32 for the victors. Underwood 171-10 had D Patel scoring a fine 85 but Sutton Bonnington 174-6 gained victory with 4 overs to go with 55 from T Berridge.


Belvoir 210-5 with John Copley 71 and Matt Harland 64* eased home with two overs to spare as they passed the total of 209-5 set by Collingham who were thankful to Gary Clarke’s 73. Brian Johnson 83* and a fine 76 from Lee Hamilton enabled Lenton & Willoughby to a score of 224-7 in reply Kirkby Portland capitulated to 61-10 with Martin Ware taking 6/20. A classy 79 from Harry Bowley was not enough to stave of defeat as Wymeswold 184-10 were narrowly beaten by Fiskerton 185-8 with Steve Miller 34* guiding them home.


Burton Joyce 186-7 with 61 from Dean Cowdell gained a win over Gotham for whom Ghas Uddin scored 78 and there was also a hat-trick for Muhammad Niazi in his spell of 3/24. George Farrell’s spell of 4/16 was the defining performance as Bingham 144-9 inflicted defeat upon East Leake 120-10. Only Ben Lambourne 35 provided any defiance as Whatton & Aslockton were dismissed for only 95 as the duo of Danny Williams 3/24 and Zain Ramzan 3/11 including a hat-trick lead to an easy win for Kimberley 97-4. An emphatic win for Caythorpe 239-9 was set up by an unbeaten century from Matt Daffin 106* as Calverton crumbled to 111-10 in reply. Plumtree 121-3 took the points in a low scoring match when they dismissed hosts Long Eaton for only 120.


A thrilling finale and an unbeaten 58 from H Orme saw Flintham 89-8 edge over the winning line in reply to Bottesford’s 88-10 in which S Taylor 6/35 and Patrick Dobb 4/9 starred with the ball. Ruddington 272-7 including 75* from Arslan Mehmud proved far too high a total for West Bridgford Legion 163-8 to chase despite 43 & 3/69 from Fahid Amin. Ravenshead 176-6 with Pete Smith 42 & 3/45, Adrian Sleaford 48 and Dan Fellows 4/49 inspired them to a second league win of the season as they inflicted defeat on Beeston & Toton Sycamore 154-10. Caunton 256-3 with Sam Wagstaff 108 and Stuart Simpson 60 proved far too strong for as the dismissed Southwell for only 128.


Despite 32 & 6/18 from Rav Digwa it was not enough to save Young Lions 144-10 as they fell just short against Lowdham 145-10. A match winning 63* from Paul Wilson guided Woodborough 162-6 in a close win over West Bridgfordians 153-7 who had Stuart Clark also scoring 63. C Finch 3/9, G Wright 4/22 & A Beastall 3/19 combined to dismiss Hyson Green for only 82 and they coasted home with Ross Brown scoring 42*. Gedling Colliery 169-9 started the season with a 21 run over Newark R & M 148-10 despite a 69 from A Parr. Gedling & Sherwood 76-10 struggled as both Tim Clipsham 53* and Luke Endley 4-10 saw Balderton 77-2 coast to victory.


An inspired spell of 4/12 from Neil Appadurai saw Chilwell 157-9 to a 39 run win over Cotgrave 120-10. D Parkes 107 & 4/55 and C Parkes 40 steered Bramcote to an easy win over Wollaton 130-8 for whom F Saleem scored nearly half his teams total with 60. James Grenfall 63, Peter Bateman 40 3/42 joined forces as Attenborough 198-9 proved far too strong for Keyworth who were bowled out for 144. A nail biting encounter saw Hoveringham 153-9 edge of the winning line as they passed Thrumpton 152-10 as Nick Walton scored 42 and took 3/35.


In the battle of the two Basford sides it was Basford Mill 157-10 taking the spoils as Basford Hall Old Boys 96-10 crumbled the Millers had Chris Hudson in fine form as he scored an impressive 71. Kashif Sardar 136* showed his class as Madni 218-2 made a winning start in the win over Thurgarton 212-6 for whom Anthony Barrowcliffe 106 also scored a century. Promoted Stapleford 204-5 had Peter Huxtable 91, Neil Gelder 5/60 and Josh Buckley 47 & 3/38 all contribute in their victory over Caythorpe 159-9. Manwar Sultan 47 rolled back the years for his new club as Kimberley 189-6 destroyed Chilwell as they were tumbled out for only 56.


Another player showing that the youngsters do not have it all their own way was Malcolm Townroe 87 as Poplars 207-6 gained the win over Newark R & M 155-8 for whom Reuben Straker scored an unbeaten 72. Ruddington 68-4 easily overcame Kirkby Portland 67-8 as Rob Derry took 3/3 in his nine over spell. Lowdham 122-10 overwhelmed Gedling Colliery who were dismissed for a paltry score of just 32. Ellerslie 161-5 had a convincing 5 wicket win over Radcliffe on Trent 160-10 with U Khalid in fine form with 55* & 4/42. Great Dalby 130-1 made the perfect start to the season with an easy win when they travelled to Breaston 128-10 as M Child finished with 52*.


Simon Scott scored a magnicent 115 * as Collingham 222-5 proved too strong for opponents Belvoir 141-6. Despite 72 from George Mussert for Whatton & Aslockton 169-10 it was not enough to stave of defeat as Farndon 170-6 with 50* from David Nixon seeing them home. Sixteen year old Alfie Dunton took 4/9 as Wymeswold 213-6 overpowered Thrumpton 73-10. Attenborough 184-7 destroyed opponents Burton Joyce 64-10 with J Binnie taking 4/12. Chris Sapey 5/23 set up victory for East Bridgford 90-8 as they stumbled across the finishing line after dismissing newcomers Nott’s & Arnold 89-10.


The battle of the two West Bridgford sides saw Bridgfordians 190-6 overcome neighbours Legion 189-5 with Nasser Hussain 49* & Alex Winiarski 41* rescuing them from what looked like defeat. Joe Gant 47 seemed the only batsman to cope with conditions as he contributed to Old Dalby 119-19 in a close win over Lambley 102-10 who were ripped apart by a superb spell from David Greaves of 7/24. Dave Stansall took 4/17 for Bingham 165-10 as they defeated Sutton Bonnington 100-10. John Wakeling 79* & 3/4 along with Aman Parekh 3-9  gave Ellerslie the spoils as they defeated Beeston & Toton Sycamore 125-9. All round performances from Andy Polkey 29 & 4/25 and Rob Turner 28 & 4/18 proved fruitless as Fiskerton 135-10 failed to chase down Hucknall’s total of 159-10 for whom Matt Fifoot 44 and Andy Wagstaff 41 starred with the willow. League newcomers met where Nott’s & Arnold closed with a respectable score of 170-5 with Andrew Claye 73* but Nottingham Deaf showed no mercy as they passed the total in just 19 overs with an unbeaten 113 from opener Andre Pears.


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