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WEEKLY REPORT 30th May 2015

Belvoir’s Dann makes it a Desperate day for Hucknall & De Banke & Peers go run crazy


Belvoir 199-1 climb to the top of the division as they emphatically defeated Hucknall 193-10 as Lewis Dann recorded figures of 6-50 and with Greg Oldfield taking 3-47 it enabled a fantastic innings from Jack Copley 112 & Josh Sharpe 64* to deal the knock out blows on their visitors as only Dale Campbell with a glorious 116 can take any positives out of the match for Hucknall. Previous leaders Ellerslie 108-10 suffered a blow when going down to a narrow 9 run defeat against Nott’s Unity Casuals 117-10  for whom H Khan took 5-28. Thurgarton 181-10 recorded their first win of the season as Jacob Styles 7-61 tore through opponents Balderton 176-10 who had Harry Capstick taking 4-60. Frederik Anderson hit 81 as Gedling Colliery 215-10  took the winning draw in a tense finale against Long Eaton 206-7 despite a fine 75 from Brett Scothern in a game which at one point they seemed destined to win. Half centuries from Ben Dixon 56 & Alistair Haynes 50 enabled Collingham 212-7 to chase down Wollaton’s earlier score of 209-6 with three overs to spare.


Wilsons 187-10 had Zahir Ahmed 54 & 3-25 star in their 31 run win over Bottesford 156-10 for whom P Lever top scored with 74. The duo of Umar Zaman 117 & Kaisar Altaf 6-14 saw Hyson Green Carrington 248-8 to a comprehensive win over Kimberley 133-10. Despite 89 from James Wooliscroft and 7-80 from Ben Buckley Eastwood 244-8 fell to defeat as Wollaton 246-8 edged home in a high scoring affair with Matt Schofield top scoring for the victors with 54. Craig Fairall 58 and Brad Moore 37* & 5-24 starred as Clifton 243-8 defeated Hoveringham 161-10 although special mention has to go to Murray De Banke who hit 93 which included five sixes in one over. West Bridgfordians 188-7 with A Pettit hitting 78 were on the receiving end of a fine winning reply as Calverton 190-2 cruised home thanks to Darren Wright 83 & 4-45, Matthew Dean 54* & Brinsley Kirkham 3-76.


A fine display of fast bowling by William Spray 3-24 was then backed up by Jamie Braybrook 5-12 as Hucknall 116-10 then bowled Gotham out for just 81 with Andy Carden 28 for Hucknall top scoring on the day. Jonty Rye 50* was the only shining light for Thrumpton 139-10 as they fell to defeat at Keyworth 141-3 who had Rob Baker taking 6-33 and Geoff Tindsley hitting 50*. Saki Basmi hit 68 as Plumtree 146-3 easily overcame visitor’s Gedling Colliery 145-9. Robbie Britton hit 58 to guide Kirkby Portland 114-6 to victory over Beeston & Toton Sycamore 110-10 as only Steve Morgan 30 & 3-28 put up any resistance.


Dave Terrill took 5-28 as west beat east when West Bridgfordians 109-7 defeated East Bridgford 105-10. Gedling & Sherwood 178-6 gained a win in a tense encounter against visitors Hickling 175-6 with 87* from Zaheer Akhtar being the match winning innings. Sheri Bazmi 84, Khalid Rehman 67 & 3-25 and Mark Spibey 4-49 all performed as Bramcote 226-8 ran out winners over Radcliffe on Trent 151-10. Underwood 202-9 destroyed Newark R & M 38-10 as A Sisson 3-5 and Craig Smithurst 4-8 ran riot through the home side’s batting line up. Anthony Berridge 3-26 enabled Ellerslie 120-7 to return home with the win as they dismissed hosts Sutton Bonnington for only 97 in reply.


Alex Scott & Josh Sugden both hit 41 as Collingham 167-10 cruised home against a disappointing Kirkby Portland 58-10. D Jones hit 105* as Fiskerton posted 224-5 but Farndon 246-7 ran out winners thanks to R Curtis 60, D Hubbard 53 & M Hill 48. Nott’s Unity 247-7 ran out winners when dismissing Eastwood for 144-10. Belvoir 213-10 had contributions from James Fellows 48, John Copley 54 and tail ender Alex Forbes 48 and then the trio of bowlers Paul Gadd 4-37, Fraser Fentem 3-23 & Olly Elson 3-14 combined to dismiss Wymeswold for only 81. Rizman Ahmed 64 and Simon Pickerall 48* & 3-26 helped Lenton & Willoughby 225-5 to an easy win over Basford Mill 152-10, sadly Sam Lloyd dislocated his knee in the game and players from both sides wish him a speedy recovery.


87 from Muhammad Niazi was not enough to help Gotham 157-10 as Whatton & Aslockton 160-2 coasted home with man of the match Ben Lambourne starring with 51* & 3-46 and 62 * from A Curzon. Matt Alderson hit 84* and Joe Searson took 4-14 as Burton Joyce 169-6 returned home victorious when defeating host’s East Leake 117-10. Bingham 104-0 with T Snapes scoring 56 had far too much firepower as they dismissed Long Eaton for 103 earlier in the day. Dani Bazmi 95 & Sam Lund 49 helped Plumtree 232-6 to inflict defeat upon Calverton 151-10 despite a fine 85 from A Whitehead. Luke Tantum 82, Archie Moore 53 & 5-35 from Danny Williams were the highlights for Kimberley 255-5 as they travelled home with a win over Caythorpe 196-10 as John Smith hit 71 for the home side.


R Charlesworth’s 77* proved decisive as Bottesford 182-2 inflicted defeat upon Kinoulton 165-7. A very one sided affair saw Kamran Rashid 55 & £-25 star for Ruddington 215-9 and then bowl Flintham out for a meagre 64 in 28 overs. S Harding hit 100 exactly for Ravenshead 205-10 but then club stalwart Stuart Grimley hit an unbeaten 66 to guide Southwell home as they closed on 206-5. Performing well with both bat and ball F Amin 36 & 6-25 as he helped West Bridgford Legion 211-6 to success over Caunton 130-10.


Dale Rippey 4-16 & John Noall 3-22 were instrumental as Lowdham 68-2 demolished Newark R & M 67-10. A six wicket haul from Ali Haider 6-24 could not prevent defeat for Hyson Green Carrington 124-10 as they fell short of Woodborough’s score of 156-10 for whom N Johnson hit 60. Ed Shepherd 36* & 6-20 along with 54* from Simon Coleman guided Gedling & Sherwood 135-4 to victory over Gedling Colliery 131-10 for whom M Atkin hit 66. S Ryder hit an unbeaten 78 for Balderton 118-0 as they crushed West Bridgfordians 113-10.  


Muhammad Irshad 80 helped Chilwell post 231-8 and Hoveringham fell short in reply closing on 184-7. Attenborough could only muster 80 as they entertained visitors Clifton but then Pete Bateman took matters into his own hands taking 6-21 and Arjun Sandhu took 3-3 as Clifton were tumbled out for only 55. In a low scoring match it was the 31 * from Mark Payne that guided Thrumpton 122-6 home in reply to the Keyworth score of 121-10. The game between Wollaton & Oxton could not take place as the wicket had not been prepared by relevant bodies where the game was due to be held.


Darren Milburn hit 49 * and team mate Alan Marshall followed this up taking the amazing figures of 7-4 as Underwood convincingly overcame Chilwell 92-10. Mehtab Ahmed 40 helped Madni 138-7 close out victory when they travelled to Basford Old Boys 135-7. Lenton & Willoughby 151-10 ran out easy victors as S Taj 4-19 & G Taj helped reduce Basford Mill to be all out for only 81. Josh Buckley hit 85 and Gary Dawson took 5-29 in Stapleford’s 185-9 as they overwhelmed Thurgarton 57-10. T Entwistle 60* & L Barlow 5-41 but could not prevent Kimberley 143-8 slipping to defeat as Caythorpe 144-8 squeezed home by 2 wickets.


S Gregorwick with 57 helped Newark R & M to a three wicket win as they dismissed Lowdham for 153. Ekroop Salb tore into Gedling Colliery 84-10 to help Ellerslie 88-4 travel home victorious. Kasif Chauhan with 64 helped Radcliffe on Trent 168-10 to victory over Kirkby Portland 65-10. Breaston 150-10 overcame Ruddington by 45 runs when the bowled them out for 105 in 35.4 overs. Naz Ali hit 140 but still finished on the losing side as Poplars posted an impressive 239-10 but Great Dalby hit 242-6 in reply with Mark Child 96* seeing them home to victory.


Tim Gilbertson hit 67 as Belvoir 214-8 inflicted defeat on Nott’s & Arnold 150-9 despite an undefeated 74* from Amber Koetze. Richard Burrough took 5-37 and Ian White followed it up with 53 for Farndon 142-7 as they defeated near neighbours Collingham 141-8. Despite 5-25 from P Griffin it was not enough as Whatton & Aslockton slumped to defeat against Attenborough 118-6. Adam Horrey 3-8 & Chloe Towers 2-3 helped Thrumpton 60-5 to an easy win as they bowled hosts Burton Joyce out for a paltry 55 earlier in the proceedings. Ameer Shah followed up his score of 29 by taking 4-1 to destroy Wymeswold 41-10 in reply to East Bridgford’s score of 152-7


Andre Peers hit a glorious 140 and then followed it up by taking 6-16 including 4 wickets in 4 balls for Nottingham Deaf 246-10 in their win over West Bridgfordians 103-10. Kulwarn Dharlwal 32* followed up Donny Pezzola’s spell of 5-20 for Beeston & Toton Sycamore 59-1 in a convincing win over West Bridgford Legion 55-10. Old Dalby 118-6 with 39 from Rob Herrick ran out winners by four wickets when overcoming Hucknall 115-10. Bingham 189-10 easily took full points with a demolition of Nott’s & Arnold 46-10 with G Warwick hitting 42.


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