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THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 2nd July 2016

 

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Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Two outstanding performances ensured maximum points for Ellerslie 242-4 as both John Wakeling 84 and Guy Walker 70 & 6-18 starred in an away win over Hoveringham 174-10 for whom Hamish Moore 89 and Stuart Walton 41 were also in fine form with the bat. Hyson Green CC 219-8 gained a winning draw as both Zahir Ahmad 52 and Ahmed Gondal 36 & 5-41 featured heavily against Gedling Colliery 170-9 who themselves had sterling contributions from Richard Beaumont 50, Conor O’Brien 4-69 & Liam Brown 3-42. Collingham finished on 187-6 with Will Cousins hitting 74 but the game was abandoned at the interval preventing visitors Wollaton from replying

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Brinsley Kirkham 3-16 and Darren Wright 3-27 delivered as Calverton 129-9 took the spoils in a winning draw over West Bridgfordians 73-8 who clung on at the end to salvage vital points thanks to Andrews Sharpe’s 31. Stephen Dockrell returned figures of 8-12 as Clifton plunged to 83 all out and in reply Eastwood coasted to victory closing on 87-3 at the close. Asim Waheed took centre stage taking 6-15 for Nott’s Unity Casuals 148-9 as they defeated high flying Plumtree 137-10. Safeer Ahmed hit 40 as Hyson Green CC posted 132-7 from their allotted overs but Caythorpe 133-8 managed to cross the winning post with both Cav King & Anthony Staszkiewicz hitting 40.

Rothera Dowson Division C

For the second time this season at Gotham there was a fantastic bowling performance, this time Rob Goddard with 8-41 as Thrumpton were dismissed for just 91 and in reply the home side cruised home finishing on 92-1. T Johnson 56*, S Mills 4-22 & J Mills 3-31 were all key figures for Radcliffe on Trent 129-2 in the home win over Southwell 127-10. An unbeaten 87 from Hamish Llewelyn along with 4-38 from Asad Khan helped Wollaton 183-6 to a winning draw over Bramcote 167-7 for whom Pat Cross hit 53 in their reply. Mark Walsh scored 41* and Lashaune Wier took 4-18 as Beeston & Toton Sycamore 97-4 continued their winning run of form when overcoming Bottesford 95 all out in which Nick Silverwood hit 45.

Rex Gooding Division D

Simon Pettet with 55 and Michael Berry taking 4-24 were both influential as Gedling Colliery 142-8 defeated Gedling & Sherwood 93-10 for whom John Gell returned figures of 5-25 earlier in the afternoon. Ian Stone had top scored with 43 in Sutton Bonnington’s total of 124 all out and with Hucknall 59-2 the game was one of many to be abandoned due to heavy rainfall. An unbeaten 46* from Kwasi Spencer proved to be the match winner for West Bridgfordians 145-7 as they chased down the total set by Ellerslie of 144-6 in which Ryan Duggan had hit 50 earlier in the proceedings. Matt Winn top scored with 37 as Hickling had reached 103-4 before rain terminated any further play against Farndon.

Trophy Master Division E

Newark R & M compiled a very competitive 213-7 with Bimal Parambil leading the way with 77 and they had reduced visitors Kirkby Portland to 39-3 when play was halted by the heavy rain. Sam Penford 51, Olly Elson 47, Paul Gadd 3-28 & Ben Robinson 2-10 (14 years old) all produced fine performances to enable Belvoir 212-10 to a comfortable home victory over Basford Mill 86-9 for whom both Tom Bosworth 4-32 & A Ahmed 3-55 have bowled well in the first innings. Plumtree 158-10 were easy winners over Bingham who they dismissed for just 65 in reply.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Leaders East Leake 54 -10 suffered a crushing defeat as Mo Niazi 4-11 helped Gotham 55-3 to an unexpected success. Jamie Lambourne hit a glorious 96 as Whatton & Aslockton compiled 161-7 but in reply the pair of Ben Crouch 59 & Luke Tantum 63* eased Kimberley 162-2 to a solid victory with plenty of overs to spare. Max Danby 4-14 and Joe Cope with 3-31 seemed to have put Ruddington 119-10 to the sword but they were then bowled out for 74 in reply as match winner Yaqoob Khan struck taking 4-27 following up his score of 43 earlier in the match. Caunton 193-3 completely dominated their away match at Burton Joyce 57-10 with Jamie Macintyre 63, Martin Wilson 48 and Malcolm Hawley 4-17 all in fine form.

BLCS Division G

Beeston & Toton Sycamore 126-1 with the trio of K Dharlwal 33, S Van De Schoolbrugge 65* & R O Sullivan 4-32 all starring easily disposed of hosts Bottesford 125-8 for whom R Charlesworth had top scored with 46. Damian Eite with a vital 30* secured victory for Ravenshead 83-4 as they came away victors over West Bridgford Legion 80-9. Calverton 136-6 claimed a six wicket win as Will Peat with 51 defeated Young Lions 134-9.

Central College Division H

Gedling & Sherwood 131-9 held on for the narrowest of victories with Matt Lawrence top scoring with 30 in reply to Keyworth’s 127-9 set earlier which featured 40* from Richard Drury. Pete Bateman 32 and Charlie Simkiss 3-23 once again in form as Attenborough 139-8 came away victorious against Woodborough 102-10. With the game in the balance the weather brought an end to an exciting finish as Balderton 64-5 were chasing down Hucknall’s total of 108 in which Connor Tranter took 4-20.Josh Holmes 33 top scored for Gedling Colliery 122-7 in a fine away win over Hyson Green CC 121-10

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Joe Weaver 5-29 & Tony Orange 4-30 bowled West Bridgfordians 143-9 to a narrow one wicket win away at Bramcote 134-10 for whom Norman Jowett took 4-32. Hoveringham 50-2 looked to be strolling to victory until rain halted the match against Oxton 99-10 and during that innings Tim Etherington 3-4 took a final over hat trick. T Newby 33 & 5-24 was the star for Cotgrave 92-10 but they still fell to defeat when failing to chase down the total set by Clifton 117-10 in which Raza Ul Haq top scored with 42*. Thurgarton 111-7 tied with Stapleford 111-10 in a final ball thriller as Gordon Pearson top scored with 53 for the league leaders. Kashif Sardar 4-5 starred as Madni 65-4 inflicted a five wicket defeat upon Newark R & M 61-10.

King Stone Products Division K

B Walker 4-24 helped Caythorpe 65-7 to an away win over Thrumpton 64-10. A great finish saw Kimberley 72-10 defeat Poplars 71-10 by just one run, the game saw two fantastic performances from Graham Macdonagh 4-5 and Naz Ali 37 & 6-19.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Lowdham 161-10 had T Austin top scoring with 74 but then C Knight 78 & G Airey 36 carried Attenborough 164-3 to victory. Great Dalby had centurion L Harrison 114 & 4-49 along with M Child 62 featuring in their home win over Underwood 207-9 who themselves had B Brown 97 & T Chalkey 53 & 6-33 prominent in the match statistics. M Palmer top scored with 42 as Radcliffe on Trent 116-6 gained a home win over Kirkby Portland 115-10. Callum Goddard hit 54 in Collingham’s 169-9 and Farndon were 5-1 when play was abandoned.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Michael Rees 67 &John Whyley 3-12 were the match winners for Hucknall 169-6 as they defeated Belvoir 120-8. Fynn Purnell 6-12 was the hero for Whatton & Aslockton 80-7 in their home win over Newark R & M 79-10. Aidey Rush took 5-41 for Wymeswold 58-10 but still finished on the losing side when they failed to chase down the total set by East Bridgford 102-10 for whom David Howarth starred with 35 & 5-11. Robert Herrick 33*, Chris Knoll 24*, Matthew Linley 3-6 & Carrick Fone 3-14 were all impressive as Old Dalby 68-10 strode to an easy win away at Bingham 67-10. Bashir Khan 3-11, Sandeep Tandon 28* & Will Pearson 27* all combined to help Nott’s & Arnold 58-2 to a fine home win over Nottingham Deaf 57-10.

Sign Solutions Division N

Barney Mead hit 52 as West Bridgfordians 117-5 gained a valuable home win over Lambley 116-9. Dave Hedge top scored with 53 as Fiskerton 120-6 won with plenty in hand as they defeated West Bridgford Legion 119-9. Aman Parekh 3-14 and Jack Webb 3-14 were both celebrating as Ellerslie 105-7 gained a home win over Burton Joyce 53-10. Simon Phoenix with 59 for Keyworth in their total of 115-10 fell to defeat as Nott’s & Arnold 119-5 took the spoils with Andrew Clayle 39* guiding them home to the win

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