THE GUNN & MOORE
SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE
WEEKLY REPORT 23rd April 2016
Rye Cafe & Bar Division A
Belvoir 146/3 kicked of the season in fine style with a convincing win over Balderton 145/10, the home side were at one point 34-7 the recovery was led by Chris Dobbie who finished 62* but Lewis Dann with 49* saw the visitors home to take maximum points.
200 Degrees Coffee Division B
Sam Cliff & Colin Cliff both hit 48 in Thurgarton’s 153/10 as they fell to defeat away at Eastwood 154-2 as both Shaun Stocks 60* & Stuart Hill 61* both hit form with the bat early in the season. Prabhakar Manyala 100* & Oliver Straw 54* guided West Bridgfordians to a very competitive 224/5 and it an exciting run chase the pair of Saqlain Bazmi 79 & Stan Carter 71 steered the home side Plumtree 230/4 to victory. Arslan Shah 73 top scored as Notts Unity Casuals posted 170/9 but visitors Clifton 171/2 made light work of chasing the total down as Anthony Hart 61* & Richard Harrison 54 took the accolades. Calverton 189/7 and Caythorpe 189/10 shared the points as the two teams tied in a thrilling match, C King hit 68 whilst for Calverton the ever youthful Darren Wright hit 54 and took 3/35.
Rothera Dowson Division C
Rex Gooding Division D
Trophy Master Division E
James Hawkes hit 61 as Belvoir 178/8 fell to defeat as they entertained East Bridgford 179/2 as Jerry Cruse 78 and Warren Hepples 57 both starred with the bat for the victors.
GB Bookkeeping Division F
Despite a fine 76 from Jamie Lambourne his side Whatton & Aslockton 188/8 fell to defeat in the seasonal opener against Caunton 190/8 who had Andrew Rose starring with the ball taking 4/40.
BLCS Division G
Jack Howard hit an unbeaten 42* as Flintham 136/7 took the spoils against West Bridgford Legion 135/9 in a low scoring affair at Inholms Gardens
Central College Division H
Carlton Car Centre Division J
Saqib Shah 104 & Pylwsk Marjon 84 both found early season form as Clifton 251/10 ran out easy victors away at Oxton 81/10 although if Rhyun Nagar had been introduced into the match earlier his spell of 6-14 may have been even more significant
King Stone Products Division K
Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L
Robert Whowell & Partners Division M
Richard Shipman 90 & 3/24 along with Nathan Hartland 35 both were instrumental in the victory for Bingham 224/9 as they came away from Belvoir 185/9 with an opening day success.
Sign Solutions Division N
Jamie Bowns hit 62 as Beeston & Toton Sycamore closed on 158/10 and in a thrilling finale Jake Bircumshaw 62 and 55* from Pat Atkinson saw Lambley 162/9 to the narrowest of victories despite Ryan O'Sullivans (13) best bowling performance of 4-35