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WEEKLY REPORT 11th July 2015

“Ellerslie’s youngsters take them in One Direction”



Long Eaton 192-3 pulled off a well-deserved victory over Gedling Colliery 191-9 leading the way were Lerato Kgoatle 90, Andrew Edge 51 & 3-60 & Craig Mellors 3-32 although Rhys Hayes hit 101 in defeat. Hucknall 217-9 had a narrow one wicket win away at Notts Unity Casuals 215-8 with skipper Rob Maxwell hitting 58 whilst Salim Karim hit 63* for the home side. Moving ominously closer to the top are Balderton 339-10 who were inspired by both Tim Clipsham 148 and Luke Endley 70 & 4-60 but opponents Collingham 155-5 held on for the draw with duo Rob Matchett 74 along with David Pipes 41 & 3-74 seeing them home. Despite 51 from Joe Fish Wollaton 170-10 went down to defeat as Jon Wakeling hit 49 as Ellerslie 174-4 took the win by two wickets.


Neil Gregory 74 and Ben Buckley hit 61 as Eastwood 252-7 gained a valuable win over Wilsons 142-10 at one point they had them at 21-6 the bowlers causing the damage were James Longden 5-24 & Dan Noble 3-33. Bottesford 272-9 remain rooted to the foot of the table after going down in a pulsating match against Hyson Green Carrington 274-9 there were centuries on both sides from Simon Claricoats 114 & Zahid Iqbal 100 whilst James Ward 58 & Ikram Ul-Haq 54 were also enjoying the batting conditions. An undefeated 76* from Alex Sheriston and 61 from Ally Pettit saw West Bridgfordians 183-7 take the win over Wollaton 182-9. New leaders at the top where Hoveringham 223-10 leapfrog Clifton 129-10 as Sam Ogrizovic hit 90 from 71 balls and Adam Hugill 4-30 starred with the ball whilst Terah Pearce Kieron Hooley 4-50 stole the headlines for the former leaders.


5-52 from Steve Wright proved to be the deciding factor as Southwell 156-4 defeated Thrumpton 155-10. Although he took 5-61 Jamie Braybrook saw his side Hucknall 158-10 fall to defeat as Attenborough 197-9 took maximum points with a fine all round performance from Will Shields 41 & 4-33. A superb 111 from Steven Howarth laid the foundations as Gotham 216-7 claimed a winning draw with Rob Goddard taking 4-35 as opponents Beeston & Toton Sycamore 179-9 held out. Ian Graham returned figures of 7-39 as Keyworth 148-4 won in a keenly contested affair over Kirkby Portland 144-10. Ben Shipley 45* guided Gedling Colliery 196-6 home to victory as the defeated Plumtree 194-7 the win moves them of the bottom and means the pack now close on the leaders after this defeat.


A first defeat for league leaders Bramcote 113-10 as they fell short in chasing hosts West Bridgfordians 165-10 despite a fine 82 from Pete Gooden as the bowling from Olly Hayes 3-27 & Ian Huskinson 3-20 moves the winners into second place. Mohammad Aqeel 91, John Gell 67*, Steve Carmody 43, Ashan Raja 4-13 & Mohammad Aqeel 3-15 all had excellent contributions as Gedling & Sherwood 275-4 overwhelmed Newark R & M 78-10. Radcliffe on Trent could only muster 100-10 and seemed certain to fall to defeat until Stuart Mills was handed the ball and he then proceeded to destroy Underwood 66-10 taking a magnificent 8-22. East Bridgford 147-7 had a morale boosting win over second placed Ellerslie 143-7 in a game where runs seemed to be hard to accumulate. Sutton Bonnington 134-10 returned home with a tight 8 run success over Hickling 126-10.


Andrew Sears took 4-27 and Charlie Lucas hit a brisk 35* to steer Collingham 119-4 to a victory over Notts Unity Casuals 116-10. A superb undefeated 121* from Daniel Hubbard sees Farndon 216-6 become the new leaders as they came out on top in an entertaining encounter at home to Fiskerton 212-9 for whom James Kirkham top scored with 63. Matt Fentem 66* saw home side Belvoir 135-3 to a comfortable win over Eastwood 131-10 in which Alan Pearson hit 39. M Rizwan 95* & 3-34 starred for Lenton Willoughby 173-7 but he was outshone by A Severn 73* & 3-30 as Kirkby Portland 174-5 grabbed the win. Gavin Huskinson with 62 and Dan Huskinson 42 were the headline makers for Basford Mill 198-9 in their away win at Wymeswold 187-9 but spare a thought for home player James Berry who had an excellent day with 43 & 6-36.


Justin Stockdale 128, Stan Carter 88 & Rob Tapp 5-20 grabbed the plaudits as Plumtree 297-6 stay in second place with the win over Gotham 145-10. Darren Wright 47 Derek Pickering 31 & 3-22 along with Jake Lowe 42* & 3-30 saw Calverton to success with a win at home to Burton Joyce 159-10. Matthew Daffin 45, Freddie King 37* & Ashley Daffin 3-32 saw home side Caythorpe 148-5 to a win over East Leake 147-10.


Matt Fletcher 59*, Rob Rhoades 4-28, John Walters 3-33 & Farhad Amin 3-25 all assisted in West Bridgford Legion 191-6 to gain a valuable win over Caunton 120-10. With Charlie Ogrizovic 4-23, Richard Maloney 3-42 it was left to Mark Bowie 64 & David Beckett 37 to see Southwell home to the win over Bottesford 171-10. Ravenshead 212-7 finally got their season back on track with a win over Flintham 155-10 as N Shafiq hit 66 in the win. Ruddington 179-9 remain top thanks to efforts from Amal Farooq 47, Waseem Ahmed 34* & Yaqoob Khan 4-9 as they gained a fifty run win away at Beeston & Toton Sycamore 129-10.


A fine all round team performance from L Noake 44 J Noall 77, J Graham 60*, L Hembury 3-36 & R Miller 4-30 saw Lowdham 241-4 overpower Newark R & M 124-10. Jalil Rashid hit 51 and team mate Nasrillah Khan took 5-13 to inspire Hyson Green Carrington 120-5 to the win over Gedling Colliery 119-10. Young Lions 242-9 overtake Balderton 139-10 in the standings as Tejs Naik 85, Rav Digwa 41 & 4-35 along with H Bhakar 40 saw them to a very impressive home win. Woodborough 182-10 proved too strong for opposition West Bridgfordians 107-10 with veterans Mark Wallbank 3-17 & Darren Shaw 3-37 rolling back the years. Hucknall 201-7 enjoyed an emphatic win as they crushed Gedling & Sherwood 34-10 with Adam Brown 56, Ross Brown 52, Nathan Whittamore 5-18 & Anthony Beastall 4/7 doing the damage.


In an exciting finish Thrumpton 231-8 squeezed home by two wickets with J Connelly hitting 75 & J Brooks 61 as they passed the target set by Wollaton 230-7 despite F Saleem taking 5-57 in the second innings. Muhammad Irshad 97 not out, Paul Woodward 46* & Sam Barker 3-21 combined for an easy win for Chilwell 161-1 over Hoveringham 157-9. Andy Thorne top scored in the win for Bramcote 229-6 over Keyworth 218-10. Paul McMillan hit 42 in Clifton’s 110-3 as they raced to a seven wicket win away at Oxton 109-10. Colin McConnell 74 * & Matt Shaw 58* were the main contributors as Attenborough 196-3 completely outplayed Cotgrave 89-10.


A fine return of 5-29 from Dave Naylor saw Underwood 134-10 travel home victorious when defeating Chilwell 109-10. With T Entwistle hitting an unbeaten 111* & A Terry 65 it helped Kimberley to an Impressive total of 281-5 and Basford Old Boys 78-10 collapsed with K Mozeley taking 4-21. A thrilling finish saw Stapleford 155-10 scrape home by two runs when they came away with the win over Lenton & Willoughby 153-10 as Josh Buckley hit 56 for the winners and the unfortunate Nick Ayland scored 89 for home side. Madni 194-10 remain the team to catch with a 28 run win over Thurgarton as Kashif Sardar 61 & Sajid Akram 55 posted decent scores but Tim Kirkham outscored them with 70 in his sides defeat. Basford Mill 135-10 were handed a nine wicket defeat as Caythorpe raced to victory in just 13.2 overs with Matt Watson hitting 60 and club stalwart Jon Lane scoring 59*. 


Skipper Ryan Glossop hit a superb 108* and Gagan Sehmbi 97 as Ellerslie amassed 322-5 and then Jeremy Culley took 6-18 as they then dismissed Great Dalby for just 85. Phil Gandy 77, John Marriott 68, Tom Hann 46 & Adrian Wilmington 4-12 were all instrumental in Ruddington 231-4 crushing victory over Kirkby Portland 71-10. Lowdham set a formidable total of 336-7 with John Batterham 109* T Austin 90 & J Dawn 66* all in glorious form in reply Newark R & M closed on 166-4. Steve Gibson with 62 and 4-28 from Sandeep Verma helped Breaston to a comfortable win over Gedling Colliery 132-9. Naz Ali 51, Shajjad Chowdhury 52, Wasim Azhar 3-35 & Mohammad Faisal 3-30 all helped keep Poplars 195-8 in second place as the beat Radcliffe on Trent 182-10.


Carl Knight 118, Finlay Meakin 48, Matt Hubbard 3-6 & Reece Caine 3-24 combined together as Attenborough 216-7 inflicted a heavy defeat on Notts & Arnold 89-10. Returning figures of 5-28 including a hat trick Dave Shaw saw his Whatton & Aslockton 98-10 side defeated as opposition player Dave Fowkes 36 & 3-23 equalled his achievement as East Bridgford posted 191-8 this ponders the question how many times have there been two hat tricks in the same game in the leagues history ?. Mark Ebb 69 again top scored as Belvoir 202-9 travelled home with the points in the bag by defeating Burton Joyce 157-9. Collingham 156-9 snatched victory from the jaws of certain defeat as Nick Poulson 67* and Kit Garnett 38* & 3-27 became heroes as they overhauled Farndon’s 157-8. Thrumpton 151-10 completed a routine win as they defeated Wymeswold 92-10 by 59 runs.


West Bridgfordians 271-6 emphatically defeated Fiskerton 95-10 with Peter Le Nourey scoring 83 and young James Bennet with 54* and then Neil Dudley nipped in with 3-15 to take the points back home. Alex Pavier hit a magnificent 114 Harry Wagstaff chipped in with 5-30 for Hucknall 183-10 as they defeated Ellerslie 156-10 for whom Steve Wharmby took 5-58 and 14 year old Joe Mitchell hit 20 on his full debut. Sam Freeman hit 105 & Andrew Banner took 7-35 as Lambley 232-10 overpowered Nottingham Deaf 73-10. An undefeated 77* & 68 from R Don proved decisive as Notts & Arnold 198-5 ran out winners over West Bridgford Legion by five wickets winning of the last ball of the match.


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