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WEEKLY REPORT 9th May 2015


B & T S Last Ball Thriller

Win Lose or Draw.?




Collingham 198-10 came so very close to defeating Hucknall 132-9 in a thrilling match at Dale Field, Ali Haynes 81 was the mainstay of the home sides innings as Harry Finch and Sohail Ahmed took 3 wickets apiece, in reply Hucknall were ripped apart and at 78-9 the game looked all over but a gutsy 33* from Tim Buckthorpe enabled them to hold out for the draw as David Pipes  3-22, Chad Batty 3-45 & Ali Haynes 3-25 strived to take the final wicket. Ellerslie 72-2 made it two wins on the trot with a comfortable 8 wicket win over Long Eaton 71-10 as Suman Shrestha 31* & 4-5 along with Sunil Shrestha 4-17 put the home side to the sword. Wollaton 238-2 had Will Rattray 61, Andy Kirkwood 52,David Barr 45 & Ian Dodd 35* along with bowler Mustapha Iqbal 4-47 all starring as they proved too strong for newcomers Thurgarton 172-10 for whom James Taylor top scored with 36. Belvoir 149 -10 had Greg Oldfield scoring 42 in what seemed a modest total as Luke Endley took 6-40 for Balderton who then collapsed to 97 all out. A win from the penultimate ball saw Gedling Colliery 123-9 victorious over Nott’s Unity Casuals 122-10 with man of the match Rhys Hayes 38* & 5-35 taking centre stage.


An emphatic win for West Bridgfordians 62-0 was set up by T Martin 5-23 & A Sheriston 3-13 as they overwhelmed Hyson Green Carrington 60-10. Hoveringham 166-6 opened their season with a win over Wollaton 117-10 with Murray De Banke 5-29 & Sean Polley 52 in fine form. Wickets tumbled as Richard McDermott 6-23 skittled Eastwood out for just 67 and in reply  Clifton 68-8 scraped home by two wickets as Luke Esson took 4-29. The games at Wilsons and Bottesford were casualties of the weather.


Plumtree 218/10 took maximum points as S James 56, N Finney 53* C Dring 4-43 & C Miles 3-26 all delivered against Thrumpton 149-10 who had A Haq top scoring with 44. A spell from Akif Farooq 4-19 took Attenborough 140-8 to victory over Gotham 79-10 for whom earlier Rob Goddard 4-26 & Paul Blatherwick 4-19 had taken very respectable figures. Ian Graham certainly enjoyed his day as he scored a fine 119 and followed it up with 5-31 as Keyworth 273-7 overpowered Gedling Colliery 102-10. One ball to be bowled and still 3 results were attainable as Beeston & Toton Sycamore 113-9 came out winners against Southwell 112-7 in a thrilling match.


A match winning 62* from Ahmed Yousafz1 took West Bridgfordians 161-4 to victory as they defeated Sutton Bonnington 158-7 who had J Wilks top scoring with 59. An excellent 106 from Mohammed Akeel in Radcliffe on Trent’s 220-9 was the stand out performance as they inflicted defeat upon Ellerslie 166-8 who had Alan Lewis scoring 53. A close finish at Bridegate Lane saw the home side Hickling 147-7 edge over the winning line against Newark R & M 145-10 for whom Carl Squires scored an impressive 59. Warren Hepples 3-9 took a hat-trick but it was not enough as Bramcote 144-9 gained a narrow 6 run win over East Bridgford 138-8. The game at Underwood fell foul of the weather.


Eastwood 161-10 had Andrew Pearson 49 to thank in their victory over Lenton & Willoughby 133-10 for whom Rizwan Ahmed hit 49. Martyn Hill 76, James O’ Leary 67 & 3-30 and Adrian Kitchen 7-34 all vied for the man of the match award as Farndon 191-10 defeated near neighbours Collingham 116-10. Sam Penfold 47 and 4-19 from Fraser Fentem squeezed Belvoir to a narrow win over Basford Mill for whom Gavin Huskinson took 4-44. A low scoring affair saw Nott’s Unity Casuals 126-8 grind out a win over Wymeswold 123-10 and were thanking Hamza Khan 25 & 4-7 for his efforts in the success. The game at Nuncargate between Kirkby Portland & Fiskerton saw no play due to the weather conditions.


Runs seemed hard to come by as Bingham 116-8 defeated Caythorpe 115-8 and Bingham’s James O’Connor took 4-30 in the win. In yet another game where batsmen struggled Ken Carter took 4-17 as Plumtree 100-10 defeated East Leake 86-10. Shaz Azaz Ahktar 59 & Irfan Niazi 44 set up victory for Gotham 209-8 over Calverton 164-9. Ben Lambourne’s best efforts of 36 & 3-20 were not enough to save Whatton & Aslockton 87-10 fell to defeat against Burton Joyce 88-9. Kimberley’s game also became a victim of the weather sadly.


Matt Isherwood 90 & Hugo Orme 50* inspired Flintham 203-5 to an easy win over Kinoulton 82-10. Danny Burke tore into the opposition as West Bridgford Legion were bowled out for just 44 and Beeston & Toton Sycamore 45/2 duly ran out easy winners. Y Khan’s spell of 5-32 proved decisive as Ruddington 122-6 gained the win over Southwell for whom Nathan Burton 48 & 4-24 performed very well indeed. Ravenshead 82-5 early season form continues as they again gained victory this time over Bottesford 80-9 as batsmen on both side struggled with the bat.


Chris Plum 5-23 took the headlines as Newark R & M 176-6 easily disposed of visitors Hyson Green Carrington 85-10. Ravi Digwa 47 & 3-20 along with Ravi Potiwal 54 combined for Young Lions 118-4 in the win over Gedling Colliery 114-10. Paul Wilson 88 could only watch as Woodborough were dismissed for 128 and then John Noall took the headlines with a magnificent 102 * as Lowdham 129-0 cruised home. Josh Tranter took 4-44 as Balderton secured the win over Hucknall 147-10 who had Jack Fearn also taking 4-44. Naz Hussain 57 top scored as West Bridgfordians could only muster a below par 96-10 and Gedling & Sherwood 98-2 cruised home by 8 wickets.


A match winning 62 from Chris Cupit saw Hoveringham 178-7 to victory over Wollaton 122-10 who had Nas Saleem taking 4-30. Peter Bateman 74, Alan Moss 57, Sam Beastall 34 & Callum Turney all produced fine efforts as Attenborough 210-9 crushed a below par Bramcote 53-10. Josh Armstrong scored 63 as Oxton 135-10 suffered defeat at the hands of visitors Chilwell 136-7 with Bilal Arip 58* at the finish. Runs once again in short supply saw Keyworth 130-7 run out victors over Clifton 100-10. The game at Cotgrave Welfare was one more to add to those rain abandoned matches with no action taking place.


Pete Mansfield 73, Simon Park 49, Steve Truman 49 and youngster Ben Smith 3-36 all joined forces as Caythorpe 226-7 took the win over Keyworth 166-7 who had A Kumar 67, Tony Downie 55 & N Smith 4-44 all in decent early season form. Charlie Walters 32* guided Kimberley 115-8 to a tight victory over Lenton & Willoughby 114-8 in one of the days many close encounters. The Madni bowling duo of Kaleem Mohammed 3-20 and fifteen year old Hanzilla Siddique 3-8 were the main factors as Madni 116-8 closed out on victory over Underwood 115-10. Matches at Both Basford Mill and Chilwell were abandoned without a ball being bowled at either game.


A gritty 44* from Connor Fleming along with 5-12 from Lewis Radford saw Kirkby Portland to a tied game against Ellerslie for whom Carter Benson scored 38*. Riley Cliff heaped misery upon the Newark R & M batsmen as they were humbled in scoring just 29 all out and Ruddington took just 27 deliveries to score 30-0 at the close. Breaston recorded the win by scoring 123-7 as they passed Lowdham’s total of 119-10


Carl Knight 49, James Binnie 4-12 & Lakshay Sharma all produced match winning performances in Attenborough’s 151-6 win over East Bridgford for whom Chris Fowkes top scored with 62. Club stalwart Mark Ebb ensured Belvoir 115-2 travelled home victorious in defeating Whatton & Aslockton 111-6. M Frost 71 & J Rai 5-3 performed with distinction but it was not enough as Burton Joyce 156-10 failed by ten runs to overhaul Collingham 166-10. For the second week in a row Phil Parkes 5-34 grabbed the headlines but alas in vain as Nott’s & Arnold 158-10 ran out victors over Wymeswold 91-10.


West Bridgfordians 125-5 defeated Ellerslie 100-9 thanks to David Snowdon 35, Neil Dudley 3-22 and youngsters Will Cherry 34 & James Flint 3-17. Beeston & Toton Sycamore duo of Rob Henderson 4-13 & Ved Parkash heaped misery upon Nott’s & Arnold as they were skittled out for only 49 and in reply Beeston & Toton Sycamore made easy work in chasing the total closing on 52-0. A 26 run last wicket partnership saw Fiskerton 88-9 edge to the win over Lambley 87-10. Nottingham Deaf 74-2 secured their second win on the trot as Liam Savage 26* & 3-18 and Ravi Honda 4-7 starring as the beat West Bridgford Legion 73-10.


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