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WEEKLY REPORT 6th June 2015


Frost Hits Attenborough Whilst Floods Drown East Leake


Thurgarton 229-8 completed back to back wins as Sam Cliff hit an unbeaten 69 to guide them home against Collingham 228-7 for whom Rob Matchett had earlier hit 82. Tom Pepper 48* & Andy Edge 6-39 starred for Long Eaton 161-10 in their win over Wollaton 152-10 which keeps them rooted to the foot of the table. Chris Dobbie 117* & Tim Clipsham 75 helped Balderton 269-9 to inflict defeat on Ellerslie 188-10 with only Kane Wilson 82 making any impression as Luke Endley, Jordy Ashby & Dan Penfold all took three wickets apiece. Dale Campbell 109 & 81 from Aaron Lee helped Hucknall compile 284-5 in a winning draw over Gedling Colliery 240-7 who had Frederick Harrison 90 and Zaheer Rahman 44 & 3-71 performing well once again. Belvoir 203-3 remain in pole position with a well-earned win over Nott’s Unity Casuals 202-8 as Greg Oldfield 101* and Lewis Dann 51* & 3-33 starring in the game.


Sagheer Akhtar hit 73* as Hyson Green Carrington 167-4 dominated proceedings in the win over Wilsons 166-9. Ally Pettit with 80 could not prevent West Bridgfordians 169-9 going down to defeat as Hoveringham 172-6 closed out victory with Chris Cupit taking 4-36. Bottesford were skittled out for only 76 as the Eastwood  trio of Ben Buckley 3-10, Luke Esson 3-19 & Dan Noble 3-35 ran riot through the home side’s batting line up and Eastwood closed on 77-1. Calverton 293-6 gained a winning draw over Wollaton 180-7 as Darren Wright 86 & 3-23 yet again performed with both bat and ball. A nail-biting climax saw Clifton 199-9 with performances from Anthony Hart 67, Waleed Khan 5-54 & Dom Robinson 4-53 take the win over Kimberley 198-10 who had Andy Layton top scoring with 70.


Although Martin Rayner took 5-31 for Attenborough they slumped to 119-10 as Frank Foreman took 5-15 and Joe Richardson hit 97 for Thrumpton 192-10. Louis Bharbra scored 62 as Plumtree 197-8 gained a winning draw over Southwell 183-8 as Chris Miller 72 & Alex Rainbow 60 excelled for the hosts. A narrow 6 run win enabled Keyworth 185-10  to take top spot as Gotham 179-10 fell just short as the game saw half centuries from Bradley North 54 & Rob Baker 50 for either side. A much needed win for Gedling Colliery 230-6 with Geoff Curtis 99, Gareth Hayes 4-68 & Steve Burton 4-61 as they overcame the target set by Kirkby Portland of 228 for whom Robbie Brittain hit a fine 102* earlier in the day. A day of mixed fortunes saw Jamie Braybrook take 6-65 but Hucknall 133-10 were well beaten as they fell short in chasing Beeston & Toton’s score of 210-10 which saw James Rhodes top score with 66.


Charlie Haughton and Joe Murphy both hit 45 and then Dave Hatton  took 4-5 along with Jake Harling 5-28 as Newark R & M 201-7 ran out easy winners over Radcliffe on Trent 112-10 for whom fourteen year old Tom Booth hit 45. Rob Flowerdew 5-14 starred as Underwood 81/10 then dismissed Sutton Bonnington 62-10. A gutsy 43 * from Ryan Duggan backed up David Parry’s 57 to see Ellerslie 160-3 home to the win against local rivals West Bridgfordians 156-10. M Winn hit 95 for Hickling 189-8 but 70 from S Bazmi keeps Bramcote 193-8 at the top of the table. T Ahmed 50 & 5-11 would have expected to be on the winning side alas Gedling & Sherwood 134-10 fell 33 short as East Bridgford 167-10 took the win as James Foster took 4-39 for them.


55 from Dave Summers steered Eastwood 150-6 home as they overcame Wymeswold 146-9. Jamie Newham 83, Lee Hamilton 53* & 4-48 from Martyn Ware saw Lenton & Willoughby 255-6 to a convincing win over Fiskerton 166-9. A tight finish saw Farndon 221-8 take the points against Nott’s Unity Casuals 220-9 and 33* Ciaran Logue saw them to victory. Collingham 211-3 made the long journey home enjoyable with a 7 wicket win over Belvoir 209-10 as Gary Clarke hit 72* & 3-41, Dave Daykin 58 along with Ewan Haynes 50* all contributed in the win whilst Dan Wilson hit 72 for the hosts. Steve Richardson 58, Andrew Dallison 57 & Andrew Tait took 6-27 as Kirkby Portland 253-6 overwhelmingly defeated Basford Mill 167-10.


Ian Flood took the plaudits with 74* & 3-28 in Bingham’s 121-5 win over East Leake 120-10 for whom Nick Briggs hit 55. Kimberley 133-10 with Luke Tantum 60 and Shak Akhtar taking 5-46 were defeated as Gotham returned home victorious thanks to James Burton 51* and fourteen year old Zain Ramzan taking 4-33. Whatton & Aslockton 82-0 brushed aside a disappointing score from Long Eaton 79-10 with Adam Wilson taking 3-10. Calverton 154-5 had John Nester scoring 66 but Caythorpe 157-2 made light work as they coasted home with M Daffin hitting 64*. Burton Joyce 181-9 took the spoils when they entertained Plumtree 166-6 with Liam Hartley hitting 68 for the victors.


Caunton 221-10 took maximum points with j Macintyre 65 & A Rose 60 both producing excellent innings and hosts Kinoulton 180-10 were beaten by 41 runs. Southwell 146-3 travelled home with a maximum haul of points as they inflicted a seven wicket defeat on hosts Flintham 143-10. Ajmal Farooq 54* and Yaqoob Khan took 5-35 as Ruddington 112-2 continued their impressive form when they came away with the win over West Bridgford Legion 111-10. In a low scoring game home side Ravenshead 124-9 nervously crossed the winning line when defeating Beeston & Toton Sycamore 123-10 despite a fine 4-19 from Raj Hanspal.


A Graham 55, Dale Rippey 4-24 & C Hembury 4-34 all combined as Lowdham 184-7 ran out easy winners when they dismissed home side West Bridgfordians for just 100. An unbeaten 69* from Josh Tranter saw Balderton to the win over Woodborough 166-10 to keep the victors top of the table. Alex Dermo 74* & Iftikar Ahmed 70 took Gedling Colliery to 190-4 and the  pair of C O Brien 5-4 & G Aldridge 3-15 helped dismiss Newark R & M for just 93. Saif Arshad 5-39 helpedHyson Green restrict Hucknall to 155-10 with Andy Wagstaff 66* starring for the hosts but his team mates could not match his efforts as they were bowled out for 103 with Paul Harley taking 4-22. Sanjay Potiwal 69, Tajesh Naik 52 & Ravi Digwal 3-56 all contributed as Young Lions 252-8 overcame Gedling & Sherwood 225-9 despite 43 * & 3-53 from Mike Philips.


Despite 64* from Mark Payne Thrumpton 180-8 were heavily defeated as Hoveringham 181-2 coasted home by 8 wickets as Paul Lewis hit 97* & Nick Walton 50. Wollaton 141-4 made the short trip to neighbouring Bramcote 137-8 and victory was sealed with a fine 92* from Nas Saleem. Attenborough 304-8 overpowered a much weakened Oxton side who were bowled out for only 76 in which Colin McConnell took 4-19 and the victors gave praise to the home side who played with only nine men instead of forfeiting the game. Chilwell 147-4 had Edmund Urwin 55* & Azaz Ahmed 4-20 to thank in the away win at Clifton 146-9 for whom Colin Goodwin hit 46 and Terah Hooley remained unbeaten on 41*. A Heard 73*, l Lynn 61 & S Parab 38 all contributed in Cotgrave’s total of 197-6  and they then restricted home side Keyworth to 184-9 in reply to win by 13 runs.


Kimberley 184-7 with 63* from Richard Kelly proved too strong for hosts Chilwell 133-10 as they ran out convincing winners. Nick Ayland hit 70 as Lenton & Willoughby compiled 173-10 but a fine all round team performance saw Caythorpe ease to victory thanks to Lawrence Reynolds 58, Steve Truman 38*, Simon Park 31*, Matt Watson 4-32, Sam Reynolds (15yrs) 3-45 & Ben Walker (15) 3-42. Vik Sharma took 5-28 as Underwood were bowled out for only 90 and then Vic Folkes hit a quick fire 56 as Thurgarton 92-1 cruised home in just 12 overs. The top two met and Madni 208-10 came out on top with their encounter against Stapleford 146-10 as Raza Ul-Haq hit 71 whilst Gary Dawson took 6-46 in the victor’s innings. The battle of the two Basford clubs saw Matt Huskinson’s match winning 43 the difference as Basford Mill 171-10 defeat Basford Old Boys 91-10.


Ellerslie 172 -10 suffered a first defeat of the season as Poplars 176-7 came away with the win thanks to Naz Ali 83 & Muhammed Wasser 5-33. Great Dalby 117-2 close the gap as they dominated against Breaston 116-10 as Mark Child hit 66*. The duo of Tom Hann 53 & 5-53 and Ben Johnson 52 & 3-39 ensured Ruddington took the points against Radcliffe on Trent 168-9. Kirkby Portland 219-8 completely dominated the encounter against Newark R & M 62-10 as Scott Batterham took 3-3 following up J Severn’s 43 early in the day. Dave Yates hit an undefeated 55 as Lowdham posted 173-10 and then they bowled out visitors Gedling Colliery for only 107.


Top met bottom when Burton Joyce 197-7 travelled away and came home with a crushing win over former undefeated leaders Attenborough 70-10 as Mitch Frost took 6-38. Will Coutts 74 & 4-28 proved to be the match winner as Wymeswold 166-10 gained a well-deserved victory over Farndon 139-10 although 14 year old Jack Goode enjoyed the day taking 4-22 in his sides defeat. Collingham 167- 10 had a 70 win over Belvoir 97-10 as W Wright took 3-7 in the match. Jake Squires (15) 29, Matt North (13) 34, Joe Connelly 38, Nathan Udall 2/16, Chloe Towers (16) 2/19 and the evergreen Andy Pick 3/2 who all contributed as Thrumpton 161-8 closed out on a 35 run win over East Bridgford 126-10. A Kotze 87*, C Kotze Snr 52* & C Kotze Jnr 2-4 mad it a family occasion as Nott’s & Arnold 198-2 ran out winners over Whatton & Aslockton 193-6 despite 50 from N Eatough.


A complete turnaround in fortune saw Lambley 259-8 victorious in the win over Old Dalby 162 – 10 as Jake Birkemshaw hit 97* and then Elliot Griffiths took 5-39 whilst Old Dalby has Carrick Fone taking 6-39 and Alistair Fell hitting 64. Peter Le Nourey playing his first game in fifteen years hit a glorious 54* but his side West Bridgfordians 146-10 still slipped to defeat against Beeston & Toton Sycamore 180-10. James Tamplin 48 & Jack Surtees 4-21 combined together in Fiskerton 166-8 defeating Nott’s & Arnold 153-7 for whom K Simpson hit 57. Roger Newport produced figures of 6-51 as Bingham 163-7 closed out the win over Nottingham Deaf 162-10.



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