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WEEKLY REPORT 4th July 2015

Dwivedi’s maximum breaks Chilwell


A resilient 86* from David Pipes and 24 & 3-62 were the highlights for Collingham 197-8 as they forced a losing draw against Ellerslie 203-6 for whom Suman Sharma hit an unbeaten 100* and Hamish Moore took 4-37 along with his 45 runs. Chris Dobbie 62* & 4-28, Alan Jackson 52* & Luke Endley 4-65 again were in good form to enable Balderton 195-5 to the win over Thurgarton 191-10. Hucknall had a very convincing win over Long Eaton 119-10 thanks to Dale Campbell 56, Joel Wright 5-50 & Suhail Ahmed 3-25. Frederik Andersen 144, Duncan McKeown 103, Rhys Hayes 62 & Dan O'Brien 3- 21 performances keep Gedling Colliery 345-5 at the top of the table as the defeated previous leaders Belvoir 265-10 despite a superb innings from Greg Oldfield 104 & 3-95. Wollaton 285-7 finally found some form as Mustafa Iqbal hit a glorious 162 from 130 balls and in reply Notts Unity Casuals were dismissed for just 102.


Alex Aldred 57* & Ben Crouch 3-16 took Kimberley 96-3 to an easy win as they bowled out opponents Wollaton for a meagre 95 earlier in the day. Eastwood posted a competitive 241-9 with Jason Wooliscroft 78, Neil Gregory 34, Ben Buckley 43 & Stuart Dockerill 3-66 but Hyson Green Carrington 244-7 proved a little too strong with efforts from Sagheer Akhter 83, Waheed Kayani, 59 Ethsham Yaqoub 30 Kaiser Altaf 4-64 & Ikram Ul Haq 3-5. West Bridgfordians 179-10 caused an upset as the completely outplayed table toppers Clifton 71-10 as Alex Sheriston starred taking 6-26. Wilsons 116-0 handed out a ten wicket defeat as they overran Bottesford 113-10 with Safeer Ahmed 50*, Zahir Ahmed 55*, Tariq Mahmood 4-28 & Nadeem Ghani 3-29 piling the misery on the home side. Stuart Walton 44, Richard Coleman 41, Adam Hugill 34 and 4-34 & Murray De Banke 3-35 efforts move Hoveringham 194-8 closer to the leaders as they beat Calverton 150-10 who had Eddy Lee 66 and Billy Bennett taking 6-51.


Dave Rimmer took 6-48 as Southwell 189-7 move out of the bottom two when defeating Gedling Colliery 188-10 who had Gareth Hayes taking 4-34. Rob Goddard hit 83 whilst Paul Blatherwick 5-65 & Richard Pitt 4-18 stole the bowling headlines as Gotham 190-4 ran out comfortable winners over Hucknall 186-10. Plumtree 164-6 remain top with Steve James 81 & Callum Dring taking 5-63 in their win over Attenborough 160-10. Asif Haq 71 & 3-32 fought a lone battle as Thrumpton 210-10 went down to defeat against Kirkby Portland 214-6 as skipper Jono Williamson took 5-31 in their win. Andy Burrell 43, Dennis Burrell 42 & Jonny Thornton 5-57 combined as Beeston & Toton Sycamore 166-7 inflicted defeat upon Keyworth 165-10.


Radcliffe on Trent 123-5 ran out comfortable winners thanks to 53 from Tom Johnson as they beat Underwood 121-10. T Cobb hit 52 in Newark R & Ms total of 105-10 and league leaders Bramcote 106-6 edged home to keep well clear of the pack. A fine 67* from Simon George backed up the spell of 4-28 from Eddy George as Ellerslie romped to the win over Gedling & Sherwood 123-10. Once again in the runs scoring 62 Matt Winn’s efforts were in vain as Hickling 141-10 suffered defeat against Sutton Bonnington 142-4 with Dave Appleby taking 4-22 for the victors.  Chris Navin 44*, Dom Evans 5-29 & Tim Martin 4-19 took the spoils as West Bridgfordians 118-5 strode to victory over East Bridgford 117-10.



Notts Unity Casuals 122-10 came out on top in a low scoring affair as T J Singh took 7-21 in their win over Kirkby Portland 57-10. Allan Pearson 55* & 5-24 along with 47* from Matt Pearson helped Eastwood 109-0 crush Collingham 105-10. Jamie Newham 55, Martyn Ware 50 & Johnny Roscoe 4-44 helped Lenton & Willoughby 215-7 inflict defeat on Farndon 186-10. David Hedge 74, Daniel Collington 58*, Luke Rees 4-42 & Joe Cope 3-30 all were in fine form as Fiskerton 237-4 defeated Basford Mill 165-10. Belvoir 201-2 enjoyed proceedings as Matt Fentem 97, Dan Wilson 65*  & Paul Gadd 3-24 helped defeat Wymeswold 196-7 who had Paul Brain scoring 69*.


Jamie Coupland 75* & Mark Basford 6-33 starred as East Leake 152-4 ran out winners over Kimberley 151-9. Jamie Lambourne hit an unbeaten 101* but it was not enough as Whatton & Aslockton 193-10 went down to defeat as visitors Bingham amassed 259-7 with Ian Flood hitting 110. An unbeaten 89* from Euan Marks guided Plumtree 171-5 to victory over Calverton 169-5 for whom club stalwart Derek Pickering hit 50. Burton Joyce 108-10 were well beaten as Tom Hart hit 74* as Caythorpe 114-1 raced to the win. Steve Higton 62* was the only shining light as Long Eaton hit a modest 135-9 in reply to Gotham’s earlier score of 176-9 in which Rizwan Mirza hit 61*.


A match winning 78* from Tom Holmes guided Kinoulton 139-2 to an easy win over West Bridgford Legion 138-9. Flintham 95-10 were outplayed as visitors Beeston & Toton Sycamore raced home with Glenn Morley 53 & Kenny Dhariwal 33* seeing them to 96-2. With a fine quintet of players performing well those being Jamie Macintyre 71, Sam Wagstaff 65, Martin Wilson 59, Malcolm Hawley 4-23 & Andrew rose 3-24 it was no surprise to see Caunton 252-10 romp home against Bottesford 81-10.


Lowdham 229-4 had Sam Huckerby 72*, Justin Graham 67*, Andy Seager 33, Craig Hembury 5-39 & Dale Rippey 3-36 in decent form as they brushed aside Balderton 145-10. Graeme Briggs top scored with 53 as Newark R & M posted 133-9 alas the home side made easy work of chasing it down as Scott Berridge 52* backed up his team mates bowling performances especially those of youngster Will Cherry 3-13 for West Bridgfordians 134-3. Not a bad day at the office for Ravi Digwa as he topped scored with 37 and then took 7-16 as Young Lions 115-10 beat a disappointing score from Hucknall 50-10. Qaasim Khan 4-29 was the stand out performance as Hyson Green Carrington 138-7 defeated Gedling & Sherwood 136-10.


Muhammad Irshan hit 57 as Chilwell 123-10 fell to defeat as near neighbours Attenborough 124-6 won by six wickets with Sam Randall 38* at the close. 50 from Norman Jowett and 5-39 from Dean Parkes helped Bramcote 122-8 to a narrow victory over Cotgrave 115-10. Clifton 208-7 with Phil McNeil 73, Saqib Shah 61 & 4-23 from Paul McMillan had a comfortable win over Hoveringham 168-10. Keyworth trio Lee Potts 58*, Sam Foster (15 years old) 40*& Liam Elliott 5-28 all had a day to remember as they crushed Wollaton 149-9 by eight wickets closing on 150-2. A low scoring affair saw visitors Oxton 138-9 overcome home side Thrumpton 88-10 as no batsman on either side could score above 26.


Caythorpe 66-0 brushed aside visitors Basford Old Boys 63-0 with Ian Lane taking 5-8 & Matt Watson 4-29. Stapleford 117-10 gained a narrow 12 run win as they then bowled out hosts Underwood for 105-10 as Dwayne Buckley 3-19 & Simon Bryant 3-23 struck. Rohit Dwivedi 147, Ben Smith 100* & Vik Sharma 5-20 were in devastating form as Thurgarton 308-3 emphatically disposed of Chilwell 96-10. Lenton & Willoughby 209-7 were easy winners as they crushed Basford Mill 63-10.


Ellerslie remain top after Breaston had to concede the game due to lack of player availability. Henry Butcher 40* & J Towndrow 4-15 made it an enjoyable journey home as Radcliffe on Trent 82-1 made easy work of hosts Newark R & Ms total of 81-10. Nazakat Ali 106 racked up yet another century as Poplars 252-4 handed out a heavy defeat upon Great Dalby 89-10 as Arun took 6-27. Malcolm Edwards took 3-27 as Kirkby Portland 149-7 were convincing winners over Lowdham 51-10. Another game where runs were in a premium saw Ruddington 113-10 gain a 43 run win as they dismissed Gedling Colliery for just 70-10.


Mark Ebb 44 & Elliot Darby 3-31 guided Belvoir 165-8 to a tense victory over Thrumpton 165-10 despite a fine 68 from Ben Clark. East Bridgford could only post 115-10 and Farndon 116-5 coasted home with 55* from D Hubbard. A devastating spell of 5-13 from Ciaran Doherty enabled Attenborough 99-5 to the win over Whatton & Aslockton 97-10. Peter Shaw 58 top scored as Wymeswold 139-10 fell to defeat as Collingham 140-3 cruised home with 45 from J Kirkham. Notts & Arnold 114-4 gained a valuable win as the defeated Burton Joyce 112-10 and they had S Tendon to thank top scoring with 52.


66 from Jake Birkemshaw kept the momentum going for Lambley 134-10 as they gained the narrowest of wins as West Bridgfordians fell five short being bowled out for 129-10. A superb 130* from Michael Rees saw Hucknall 191-8 hold out for victory as West Bridgford Legion 152-9 fell short in the reply. Old Dalby 209-7 proved far too strong for opponents Notts & Arnold 95-8 as both David Greaves 58 & Rob Herrick 48 scored freely. A match winning 69 from Matt Spencer saw Bingham 159-7 defeat Ellerslie 156-7. Nottingham Deaf 148-7 had Oliver Wilcox 74 to thank as they defeated Beeston & Toton Sycamore 147-6 in an enthralling match.


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