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THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 23rd July 2016

 

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Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Balderton 151-4 leapfrog opponents Long Eaton 150-10 thanks to an unbeaten 50* from Luke Endley and a superb spell of 7-25 by Glenton Anric Stuurman, the homes sides Brett Scothern had earlier top scored with 75. Attenborough 303-5 consolidated top spot in the division when overcoming Hoveringham 145-10 with Byron Haycock 87, Ben Bhabra 76 and 3-53, Tom Murray 49, Pete Bhabra 3-22 & Andy Simkiss 3-35 all figuring during the match. Wollaton 296-4 thanks to Dave Barr 86* and M Iqbal 79 & 4-56 gained a winning draw away at Ellerslie 223-6 for whom John Wakeling remained unbeaten at the end with a fine 115*. Belvoir 105-7 cemented their mid table position with a three wicket home win over relegation threatened Gedling Colliery 104-10 as Greg Oldfield with 5-27 set up the win although they were made to dig deep as Rhys Hayes with 4-33 made it an exciting finale. David Pipes 79 & 4-42 once again shone for Collingham 208-6 as they returned home from Hyson Carrington CC 159-10 with maximum points

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Only W Sheilds 31 showed any resilience as leaders Attenborough 95-10 were put to the sword by Shaun Stocks 5-36 and Eastwood ran out easy victors closing on 96-3. Steve James hit a gutsy 81 as Plumtree set a competitive total of 205-8 but Clifton 209-6 cruised home victors as P Macmillan 62 & A Hart 5-68 stole the limelight. Colin Cliff with 98 was the backbone for Thurgarton as they posted 212-10 bur Adam Peel 50 and Darren Wright 30 & 3-67 ensured victory for Calverton 214-7 to push the visitors deeper into relegation trouble. New signing Sheryar Aslam 140* & 5-73 again starred for Nott’s Unity Casuals 229-8 as they defeated Hyson Green CC 226-7 who had R Iqbal 66 A Arshad 53, I Ul-Haq 5-53 & K Altaf 3-58 all in decent form. Zain Ramzan with 8-72 starred for Kimberley 180-10 as they came home victorious against Caythorpe 150-10.

Rothera Dowson Division C

Although Khalid Rehman hit 90* and Mark Spibey took 4-54 it was not enough to stave of defeat for Bramcote 195-8 as Kirkby Portland 196-4 strengthened their position at the summit thanks to Joe Caunt 82* & Jason Caunt 4-64. Dave Rimmer proved to be the match winner with 50 & 6-38 as Southwell 180-10 gained a 43 run home win over Gotham 137-10 for whom Jez Hale starred with the ball taking 5-51. Mark Sampson with 8-23 destroyed the Keyworth batting line up as they crumbled to 73 all out and Thrumpton ran out easy winners closing on 74-2. Alasdair Culpin with 5-58 was agonisingly close to helping Bottesford 170-10 to a vital win but Radcliffe on Trent 174-9 held on with Alex Sowter 66, Joe Wilcox 44, Josh Mills 4-43 & Todd Mill 3-29 helping the side’s victory. Wollaton 172-10 overtake opponents Beeston & Toton Sycamore 154-10 thanks to 4-47 from Callum Brown.

Rex Gooding Division D

Gedling & Sherwood 172-4 maintain top spot with victory over Collingham 171-9 as all-rounder Akeel Muhammed stole the show with 41 & 4-31. Alex Sheriston top scored with 69 as West Bridgfordians 143-10 fell to a home defeat at the hands of high flying Hucknall 144-2 as Andy Carden 57 & George Buckthorpe 66 guided them home. Despite 51 from I Stone it was the 5-19 from Baz Bailey that ensured victory for Gedling Colliery 127-6 as they defeated visiting side Sutton Bonnington 124-10. Farndon 227-8 remain in touch with the leaders thanks to performances from Andrew Duckmanton 71* Ciaran Logue 5-17 & D Adwick 3-27 (hat trick) as they inflicted a heavy defeat upon Underwood 128-10. H Fenwick 53* & C Hogg 4-35 helped Hickling 168-5 to a home win over Ellerslie 120-10.

Trophy Master Division E

James Bateman 66, Harley Cox 48 & a Peter Debeljakovic hat-trick were the key performances for Bingham 236-8 in their victory over Eastwood 197-8 who themselves had fine displays from Dave Summers 61 and S Humphries 35 & 5-56. P Chadwick hit 50 as Belvoir were 170 all out and home side Ellerslie 171-4 were comfortable winners with C Mortimer 56*, D Sumner 39* 4-17. Jamie Newham 57 top scored for Lenton & Willoughby 161-10 but they fell to defeat as A Younis with 52* ensured victory for Nott’s Unity Casuals 162-2. A superb 125 from Liam King helped Kirby Portland post a competitive total of 234-9 and with the number eleven batsman from East Bridgford 234-10 failing to bat due to illness the match ended in a tie. James Evans 50 and Jake Haring 35 & 3-49 both helped Newark R & M 187-7 to a fine away win over Basford Mill 184-10.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

A 57 from A Khan proved to be the match winning innings as Ruddington 145-3 came away with a victory over hosts Gotham 144-10. Burton Joyce 94-2 go top of the table after defeating former leaders East Leake 93-10 as James Lawson with 4-15 took the plaudits. Fiskerton 154-4 had Dave Newby 48, Dave Hedge 47 and Steve Collington 3-16 being the pick of the bowlers in their home win over Wymeswold 152-10. Whatton & Aslockton 182-7 shocked last week’s table toppers Caythorpe 181-9 as the contributions from Ben Lambourne’s 61* & 5-35 moves them out of the bottom two. Stuart Simpson 66*, Charlie Turlukowski 52, Martin Wilson 49 Stuart Simpson 4-45 & Fergus Ludlow 3-32 all figured for Caunton 304-9 in their home win over Kimberley 234-10 for whom Max Sugarman 63 and Luke Tantum 48 & 5-78 also gave fine displays.

BLCS Division G

Youngster Toby Lumb 4-28 bowled superbly but could not prevent Kinoulton 131-9 from falling to defeat as R Rhoades 4-27 helped West Bridgford Legion 141-10 to a narrow success. Flintham 168-2 gained an eight wicket home victory over Bottesford 165-3 as bowlers from both sides struggled to take wickets. Andy Tadd 105 & Dan Fellows 4-40 combined to help Ravenshead 214-9 to inflict a heavy defeat on Long Eaton 139-10 despite a fine 5-48 from Chris Pack. Sam Van de Schootbrugge with 51 secured victory for Beeston & Toton Sycamore 152-4 as they defeated Calverton 150-10. The trio of Aneil Potiwal 93, Ravi Digwa 53 & 4-18 and Fateh Landa (12 years old) 3-9 were all key figures for Young Lions 259-9 in the win over Lowdham who were skittled out for 66 in reply.

Central College Division H

Despite the best efforts of Colin McConnell 45* & 4-23 his Attenborough side 131-5 still fell to defeat as Muhammed Irshad hit 82* for Chilwell 133-4 in the home sides win. Chris Waite 103*, Geoff Burton 78 & Alex Burton (u13) 4-47 were the stand out performers for Gedling Colliery 240-4 in their home win over Southwell 171-10 who had Charlie Ogrizovic top scoring with 52. J Tranter 110, P Lambert 59 and E Tranter 5-27 all produced the goods as Balderton 276-3 crushed Keyworth 131-10. Lezaz Ul Hassan 58* and 6-17 from Sohail Sahil combined to give Gedling & Sherwood 99-2 the victory over Woodborough who were 96 all out earlier in the days play. Masood Kallis 93, Shafiq Dad 4-28 and Qaasim Khan 3-36 were all instrumental in the victory for Hyson Green CC 182-10 in the team’s home win over Hucknall 158-10.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Max Loveridge with 5-6 destroyed the Newark R&M batting line up bowling them out for just 35 and in reply West Bridgfordians were 36-3 when they claimed victory. Mike Cupit blasted 113* including six consecutive sixes as Hoveringham 145-2 crushed Bramcote 143-10. A spell of 4-26 from Richard Johnson helped Cotgrave 126-5 defeat Oxton 125-8. V Bhattla 58 and Steve McCullough 79* were in fine form as Clifton 243-7 were victorious over Thurgarton 209-7 for whom Ashkay Kumar top scored with 75. Stapleford 191-8 had Dwayne Buckley hitting 77 and Alan Pearson with 4-29 to thank in their home victory over Madni 129-10.

King Stone Products Division K

S Chowdhury 80, Naz Ali 79 & Malcolm Townroe 53* were all in free flowing batting form as Poplars 343-4 emphatically defeated Caythorpe 169-10. Carl Stahlberger with 91 from just 38 balls gave Ellerslie 131-3 a comfortable home win over Lenton & Willoughby 130-7. A spell of 6-14 from Zain Latif helped Wollaton 112-2 gain an impressive win away at Ruddington 111-10. Dre Forbes 122, Nick Proverbs 50 and 3-8 from Sam Charlton saw Thrumpton 327-5 to a comprehensive home victory over Basford Mill 118-10. League leaders Basford Old Boys 94-1 with Ady Cooper 50* and Donald McDuff 4-15 maintained their lead at the top of the table as they overcame home side Kimberley 93-10.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Jack Goode 70*, John Curtis 70 & Alan Richardson 5-18 were all in great form as Farndon 236-5 crushed visitors Chilwell 76-10 in a one sided affair to maintain top spot. Martin Sugden carried his bat scoring 71* in Collingham’s total of 128-10 but 53 from Andy Waddle guided Attenborough 131-6 to victory. Matt Thorley top scored for Underwood in their total of 145-10 as they fell to defeat in the local derby against Kirkby Portland 148-8 as Richard Crossland 4-29 and Jacob Drisscoll with 54* & 4-21 proved to be the match winning performance. Young bowler Quadeel Haider took 5-14 as Radcliffe on Trent 94-6 edged nervously to a four wicket win away at Lowdham 90-10.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

An excellent 84 from Paul Matthews proved to be in vain as Newark R & M fell to defeat as B Wass hit 61 for Old Dalby 144-4 proved too strong for the home side. Belvoir 123-1 were in fine form as Chris Beably 51, Mark Ebb 47*, Elliott Derby 4-17 & James Perkin 3-31 all combined in their away win over Wymeswold 119-10. East Bridgford 212-9 had a trio of performances from Gareth Carrol 60, Ed Buckley 42 & 3-22 and Anser Mehmood 4-15 all figuring in the win over Whatton & Aslockton 107-10. Nott’s & Arnold 130-9 had Ben Francis top scoring with 40 and bowlers Will Pearson 4-23 & Yasil Samra 3-3 all starring in their away win over Hucknall 98-10. Josh Beavis 4-14 and Louis Hartland 47* helped Bingham 87-6 to a tense four wicket win away over Nottingham Deaf 86-10.  

Sign Solutions Division N

Paul Mantle 70 & 3-24 along with Duane Simpson 54* helped Lambley 245-6 to a comfortable home win over Keyworth 125-6. Tom Godfrey hit 57 as West Bridgfordians 144-7 gained a thrilling win with four ball to spare when defeating Ellerslie 142-9. Raj Shandilya 51 and 4-30 from John Marks both starred for West Bridgford Legion 135-6 in their home over Beeston & Toton Sycamore 94-10. Fiskerton 211-7 controlled affairs thanks to Greg Butler 50*, Dan Sang 47 and Rob Turner 4-24 in the away win over Burton Joyce 101-10

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