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WEEKLY REPORT 4th June 2016


10 out of 10 as Blatherwick produces a First Class Delivery


Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

 Attenborough 250-4 gained a winning draw in the top of the table clash with Collingham 187-6 as Byron Haycock 102* and Chris Allcoat hit 94 at The Strand to close the gap between the two sides. Hoveringham 110-10 remain rooted to the foot of the table with a home defeat at the hands of Hyson Green CC 113-3 as Kimany Gregorie 4-35 & Germaal Hussain 3-12 starred with the ball for the visitors. Long Eaton 215-5 move into second spot thanks to an unbeaten 102* from Brett Scothern & 46 from Tim Taylor as they overcame Ellerslie 212-7. Balderton 251-6 came away with maximum points inflicting a heavy defeat on hosts Belvoir 127-10 with Chris Dobbie hitting 60 and Glenton Stuurman 51 & 3-46 starring. Mustafa Iqbal 58*, Aidan Kerry 46 & David Barr 45 were all key figures as Wollaton 221-7 gained the upper hand in their win over Gedling Colliery 197-10 despite a fine spell from Chris Berry of 4-62.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Alex Sheriston with 90 and Jon Sheard 75 helped West Bridgfordians post 241-8 but Eastwood 242-5 secured victory as Neil Gregory 55, Ben Buckley 74 & Stephen Dockrell 45 contributed in a fine win. Although they remain bottom of the table Thurgarton 231-10 gained a winning draw over Kimberley 152-9 as Sam Cliff hit 98 and Ajay Joseph took 4-28. Adam Peet hit 113 as Calverton 247-10 proved too strong for visitors Nott’s Unity Casuals who fell well short being bowled out for 149. Leaders Attenborough 160-7 had to settle for a losing draw as Caythorpe 210-8 took the spoils thanks to a fine knock of 83 from Oliver Clarke. Plumtree 187-10 closed the gap at the top with a 77 run victory over Hyson Green CC 110-10 with fine performances from F Taylor 44 and D Gamble 4-23.

Rothera Dowson Division C

Paul Blatherwick 10-44 became only the second player in the history of the league to achieve the accolade of taking all ten wickets in a match as Gotham 121-10 defeated Bramcote 104-10 his actual figures were 15.1-2-10-44. Radcliffe on Trent 183-9 won from the penultimate ball as Stuart Mills 29* saw them home after a fine 50 from Joe Wilcox earlier helped them to the narrowest of victories over Thrumpton 182-10. Callum Brown took 6-34 to help Wollaton 108-4 to a comfortable win over Keyworth 104-10 at Platts Lane. Andy Norris 58 & 5-29 from Lee Fazackerley could not prevent Bottesford 126-10 slipping to another defeat in a game which see sawed throughout the day against Beeston & Toton Sycamore 130-8 who at one point were 35-6. The top of the table clash saw visitors Southwell 219-8 gain a winning draw thanks to 104 from Tim Green as Kirkby Portland closed on 159-8.  

Rex Gooding Division D

Hucknall 167-8 remain in second spot as Adam Brown 43, William Spray 4-11 & Akif Farooq 3-57 all figured in their away win over Collingham 126-9. Muhammad Akeel 62 and Ahsan Raja with 5-29 were the highlights for Gedling & Sherwood 183-5 in a home success over West Bridgfordians 179-10. Danny O'Brien 35 & 5-37, Alex Dermo 91 and Conor O'Brien 80* were all instrumental in a resounding win for Gedling Colliery 265-6 over bottom of the table Underwood 137-10. Farndon 84-7 remain top as they nervously edged to a win over Hickling 80-10. 42 * not out from Don Hammond helped Ellerslie 128-7 secure the points in a low scoring match away at Sutton Bonnington 127-8.

Trophy Master Division E

Bimal Parambil with 3-16 helped Newark R & M 148-3 return home with maximum points as they defeated Nott’s Unity Casuals 144-10. League leaders East Bridgford 67-5 had J Foster taking 4-20 when defeating near neighbours Bingham 65-10. Plumtree 89-1 stay second with a convincing away win over Lenton & Willoughby 87-10 as C Hefter hit 49*. Tom Bosworth recorded figures of 4-26 as Basford Mill 138-4 overpowered Belvoir 134-10.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

41 from Matt Daffin guided Caythorpe 141-6 to victory over Gotham 140-10 for whom Majid Raja had earlier hit 50 for the losers. Ajmal Farooq 84, Samir Ahmed 72  & Arslan Mehmud with 6-49 were all stand out performers in a thrilling match which saw Ruddington 327-7 defeat Whatton & Aslockton 285-10 for whom Jamie Lambourne hit 81.  The duo of David Hedge 54 & Joe Cope 46 could not prevent Fiskerton 189-10 from falling to defeat against table toppers East Leake 201-7 as both Simon Oakley 40* & 3-41 and Alex Cufflin 4-24 starred. Ben Crouch 54, Charlie Walters 64 & 4-62 and Connor Richardson 80* guided Kimberley to victory over bottom side Wymeswold 241-10 who yet again had Rob Pitman scoring heavily with 70. Caunton 111-3 stay second as 44* from Martin Wilson saw them defeat Burton Joyce 108-10.

BLCS Division G

Sam Huckerby 44 and an unbeaten 53* from Sam Blackball were the backbone for Lowdham 211-6 in a fine away win over Kinoulton 119-10. Flintham 174-1 remain well clear at the top of the table as Joe Cook hit a glorious 108* in their convincing win over Ravenshead 169-8. Rav Digwa took 5-8 as West Bridgford Legion were dismissed for a paltry 37 in reply to Young Lions total of 156-10 set earlier in the day. Long Eaton 179-6 lie second in the division as Steve Higton 49 and Andy Merriman 38* saw them to a home win over Calverton 178-6 for whom Scott Andrews hit a splendid 74.Donny Pezzolla 53* & 3-23, Kulwarn Dhariwal 42 and Glenn Morley 39* all contributed as Beeston & Toton Sycamore 167-3 secured the win to move them from the foot of the table.

Central College Division H

Hyson Green CC 37-6 made heavy weather of chasing down the 34 all out made by Chilwell in which Nask Khan took 5-14 and Ali Halder 5-16 in reply Hayden Brooks replied with 4-28. 37* from Mark Bowie saw Southwell 113-5 to secure the victory over bottom placed Gedling & Sherwood 112-10. Greg Mills hit 57 as Keyworth 143-8 gained an away victory over Attenborough 140-7. Woodborough 181-5 returned to form with a well-deserved win over high flying Gedling Colliery 180-9 as Ben Johnson took centre stage with 90 & 3-29. Balderton 129-2 head the division after cruising home against Hucknall 128-9 with 50* from Josh Tranter and a spell of 4-30 by Paul Colcomb.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Steve Yelland 37 and Andrew Moran 35 helped Oxton 131-7 to a narrow victory as they then bowled out West Bridgfordians for 124 in reply. A resounding away win for Thurgarton 179-6 was instigated by a fine spell of 6-18 from J Thomas in the victory over Newark R & M 62-10. Ben Gathercole 6-41 was once again in fine form but Cotgrave 117-10 still fell to defeat at the hands of Clifton 141-10 as Saqib Shah took 3-12. Hanzilla Siddique 4-5 and Graham Sisson 3-15 ripped the heart out of opponents Hoveringham 71-10 as Madni cruised home finishing on 77-4. Josh Buckley once again stole the headlines with 37* & 8-12 as Stapleford 42-1 crushed hosts Bramcote 40-10. 

King Stone Products Division K

Man of the match Ian Hart 63* steered Caythorpe 192-8 to victory with two balls to spare as the defeated Wollaton 186-6. Ellerslie 66-4 remain in second place after Carl Stahlberger 44*, Rashitha Jayasekara 4-22 and Shoaib Ahmed 3-18 all contributed in the win over Basford Mill 65-10. Ady Cooper 55* and Wayne Simpson 4-9 helped keep league leaders Basford Old Boys 107-1 at the summit as they disposed of Lenton & Willoughby 103-10. Harry Priestley with 5-15 helped Thrumpton 110-10 to a 17 run away win over Kimberley 93-10. A nail biting finish saw Rob Derry 21* take Ruddington 98-9 to the win over Madni for whom Humalyun Baig had taken 6-25.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

John Curtis hit 84 as Farndon 212-7 took the spoils in the local derby win over Collingham 169-9. Underwood 36-10 fell to a heavy defeat when they entertained Chilwell 151-10 with Mir Agha Abed 69, Simon Holmes 3-5 Sam Barker 3-5 Sam Hayes 3-17 all figuring in a fine team performance. Carl Knight hit 53 and Lakshay Sharma took 3-4 as Attenborough 131-5 defeated hosts Kirkby Portland 130-10. Great Dalby 236-7 with C Dickinson scoring 76 stay top of the pile with a close win over Lowdham 234-8.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Jack Shelton 4-15 and Tim Clamp 4-20 bowled Wymeswold 99-10 to victory when they combined to dismiss Newark R & M for just 48, although the performance of the match belonged to thirteen year old Matt Andrew who took 6-12 for the losers. A strong all round team effort including Richard Wolfe 85, Liam Savage 64, Andrew Dears 48, Jordan Slater 5-14 & Thomas Platt 3-25 helped Nottingham Deaf 251-7 defeat Whatton & Aslockton 136-10. Ben Wass hit a fine 68 as Old Dalby 201-10 disposed of Nott’s & Arnold 99-10 despite a fine spell of 5-33 from Caashief Kotze. Bingham 75-3 had a comfortable away win over East Bridgford 74-10 with Dave Morris taking 4-20. Jamie Gilbertson once again starred with the ball taking 4-22 as Belvoir 128-3 returned home with an away win over Hucknall 127-10.

Sign Solutions Division N

An eventful day for David Hoon 77 & 2-29 all after breaking a finger as his side Beeston & Toton Sycamore 150-10 fell short when chasing the 177-9 set by Lambley in which Karlos Oakden top scored with 72. Lawrence Johnson 53, Simon Wisher 45, Matthew Prior 41, Ben Folkes 3-17 &  Drew Chapman 3-11 all featured as Burton Joyce 187-8 defeated Ellerslie 155-8 for whom the trio of Jack Sissons 51, Andy Hulbert 45* & Aman Parekh 4-40 also performed with distinction. Andrew Lowe 64 top scored as west Bridgfordians 140-8 had a narrow win over Nott’s & Arnold 133-10. Richard Drury hi 96 as Kegworth 177-6 defeated West Bridgford Legion 151-10 for whom Raj Shandilya hit 54 earlier in the proceedings.


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