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THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 13th August 2016

 

Chignell, Cope, Bottomley, Zaldl, Harbottle, Brazier & Pitman star as the Magnificent Seven all perform

  

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Attenborough 222-6 are crowned league champions for the second time in three years thanks to an unbeaten 116 from Byron Haycock and 4-43 from Dominic Harvey in the win over Hoveringham 221-10 who had contributions from Stuart Walton 70 & 3-56 and Daniel North 43. Collingham 234-4 move back into second spot as man of the match Atif Zaldl 118* & 4-63 starred in the home win over Hyson Green CC 230-8 in which Z Ahmed 92 & G Hussain 60 both scored freely. Gedling Colliery 137-10 gave their relegation survival chances a massive boost when they overcame fellow candidates Long Eaton 115-10, earlier in the day Alan Villiers 4-52 had put the home side ahead but Connor O’Brien grabbed the headlines taking 5-25. Luke Endley hit 63 as Balderton posted 184-10 but a superb opening partnership between John Wakeling 109* & Kane Wilson 43* saw Ellerslie 185-0 to a massive ten wicket win. A thrilling game with over 600 runs scored saw Belvoir 308-2 gain a winning draw over Wollaton 306-9, for Belvoir Greg Oldfield 102*, Olly Clayfield 69 ret’d hurt, Jake Fisher 45*& Phil Irvine 5-74 all produced whilst Wollaton had Tim Young 104 & Hamish Llewelyn 43 in the runs column.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Andrew Sharpe 79* & Alex Sheriston with 73 helped West Bridgfordians set a competitive total of 193-3 but in reply Plumtree 196-4 were guided home by both James Gamble 50 & Saqlain Bazmi 46. Tom Murray 3-29 & 38 and Tom Shields 3-47 helped Attenborough 165-8 to defeat Eastwood 163-10 and are closing in on promotion despite the efforts from Neil Gregory 59* and Ben Buckley 4-30. Both Josh Bembridge 55 & N Smith 4-25 played key roles in Kimberley’s 187-6 win over Nott’s Unity Casuals 184-10 in which Jawab Burney top scored with 52. A 116 run eighth wicket partnership helped Hyson Green CC set a formidable total of 259-9 as Adeel Arshad 75 & Danyal Bazmi 52 both figured in the win over Clifton 128-10 for whom the pair of Liam Brazier 53 & 4-51 and Altizar Khan 4-63 both produced excellent returns it was left to Khlal Muhammad with 5-20 to wrap up the win for the victors. Ollie Clarke 110, Caleb Mierkhans 79 and 4-5 from Charles Lea gave Caythorpe 355-8 an emphatic win over Thurgarton 144-10 with only Aamon Singh with 47 making any significant score.

Rothera Dowson Division C

Dhruv Shahi 73, Tom Newell 69, Rob Baker 4-19 & Paul Newell 3-14 all played prominent roles in the victory for Keyworth 219-8 as they defeated Beeston & Toton Sycamore 81-10 for whom Paul Walsh took 4-47. Adam Pick with 56* and Greg Pick 5-27 set up a fine away win for Thrumpton 142-5 as they came away victorious over Bottesford 140-10. Kirkby Portland 194-10 are top by one point thanks to both Joe Caunt 100 & 3-12 and T Batterham 3-61 in their home winning draw over Bramcote 160-9. Hot on their heels are Wollaton 331-7 as the trio of Andrew Bayley 119, Aidan Kerry 78 & Asad Khan 5-60 all combined in a high scoring win over Radcliffe on Trent 246-10 who themselves had excellent contributions from Jordan Harbottle 136 & 6-121. Gotham 230-5 gained a winning draw over Southwell 168-8.

Rex Gooding Division D

Collingham 42-10 were torn apart by both Muhammad Sohail 5-22 & Ahsan Raja 3-14 as Gedling & Sherwood 45-0 cruised home by ten wickets. Shaun Caudwell 106*, Pete Hudson 48 & Jack Fearn 5-28 all assisted to help Hucknall 229-3 defeat West Bridgfordians 103-10. D Hubbard top scored with 57 as Farndon 139-2 came away with a fine win over Gedling Colliery 138-10. Eddy George 4-25 and Phil Lafbury 3-25 set up the win for Ellerslie 96-6 in the team’s low scoring match against Underwood 93-10. I Fisher once again hit form with 91 and with 3-5 from H Fenwick along with 3-17 from M Playle it enabled Hickling to dispose of visitors Sutton Bonnington 103-10.

Trophy Master Division E

Man of the match J Bottomley 62 & 6-14 played the lead role as Belvoir 224-7 came away victorious over Lenton & Willoughby 165-10 despite a fine 63 from Jamie Newham. The quartet of A Wright 65 S Brownson 42, M Tafseer 3-23 & T Hodgson 4-39 were all in good form as East Bridgford 235-8 defeated Kirkby Portland 152-10. Although Tom Bosworth took 5-22 it didn’t stop Basford Mil 123-10 from slipping to defeat at the hands of Nott’s Unity Casuals 125-6 as they were steered to victory by A Riaz with 61*.Eastwood 139-4 recorded a home win over Bingham 132-10.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Alex Terry top scored for Kimberley 133-10 but they fell to a heavy defeat as both Grant Newcombe 75* & Simon Oakley 6-16 produced the goods when it mattered most in the win for East Leake 136-2. Arslan Mehmud hit 74 to help Ruddington 202-9 defeat Gotham 154-10. Max Danby 63 and Joe Cope 55 & 5-33 were both in top form as Fiskerton 231-10 eased to a fine home win over Burton Joyce 140-10.Caythorpe 110-2 were guided home by 48* from Matthew Daffin in the sides home win over Whatton & Aslockton 109-10. A superb unbeaten opening partnership from Rob Pitman 96 & 3-51 and 68 by Dan Barry saw Wymeswold 175-0 crush Caunton 171-10 for whom Andrew Rose had top scored with 55

BLCS Division G.

At 118-9 Lowdham seemed to be in real trouble but a fine 88 last wicket partnership which included 89* in 59 balls by Justin Graham helped them to a total of 206-10 and then Young Lions were dismissed for 132 in reply. B Lumb 71* and Shaun Campbell 33* & 3-43 helped Kinoulton 142-3 return home with the win against West Bridgford Legion 139-10 in which Dave Roper had hit 49 earlier in the day. Although Adam Peet hit 49 it was a bad day at the office for Calverton 93-10 as Flintham 95-3 brushed them aside inside eighteen overs. Philip Fulwood 45* & Kevin Middleton 5-30 combined forces to settle the local derby in favour of Beeston & Toton Sycamore 151-6 as they defeated Long Eaton 112-10 by 39 runs.

Central College Division H

Waleed Khan with 4-27 and three run outs helped Chilwell 208-10 defeat Hucknall 184-10 despite fine bowling from Ian Dowell 6-29 although his side did conceded 49 extras. Sharath Rajan with 92* helped Southwell 217-8 to a home win over Gedling Colliery 171-8 for whom Lee Gomersall 47 *& 3-38 starred. Robert Sin with 6-15 bowled Gedling & Sherwood 106-4 to a fine away over Woodborough 101-10. Gordon Airey hit 52 as Attenborough posted an impressive 199-8 but J Tranter 88* & S Ross 82* saw Balderton to 200-1 to claim a resounding victory. Nazakat Ali hit 48 and Nasrullah Khan took 6-14 as Hyson Green CC 140-10 defeated Keyworth who fell short on 85-10.   

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Rob Allison with a crucial 34* following up from 5-36 by Satish Tadi guided Bramcote 108-9 to the narrowest of victories over Hoveringham 104-10. Retiring hurt on 111 Tom Newby still was able to celebrate as Cotgrave 238-10 were winners against West Bridgfordians 149-6 despite a fine 61 from Pete O’Donaghue & 5-27 by E Brooks. Andy Moran’s 51* assisted by 5-51 from Jack Sisson helped Oxton 190-9 complete a one wicket win away at Thurgarton 186-8 who had C Clayton starring with the ball taking 4-44. Although they still sit top of the pile Stapleford 68-10 slumped to yet another defeat this time it was Madni 192-10, causing the damage were Mohammed Shakeel 58* & Adeeb Javed 5-17.

King Stone Products Division K

Nas Saleem 44 & Ed Eggerman 5-32 produced thrilling performances as Wollaton 131-10 tied their match with Ruddington 131-10 who themselves were indebted to the trio of Ash Roberts 42, Joe Smith 4-36 and Harry Johnson 4- 40 as both teams claimed eleven points. Ady Cooper hit 70 as Basford Old Boys posted 180-5 but an unbeaten 47* from Charlie Taylor enabled Ellerslie to claim the win finishing on 181-6. Ryan Parker scored a fine 61 and team mates Uglabe Uglabe 5-17 & Yusaf Javed 4-19 bowled Lenton & Willoughby 151-10 to victory over hosts Thrumpton 80-10 with only Sam Pick 4-21 making any impression in the home sides bowling attack. Josh Fraser 52 and John Aldred 50 were the only double figure scorers in a disappointing total made by Kimberley 118-10 and then Matt Huskinson hit 59* as Basford Mill 122-1 strolled home to the win. Poplars 261-3 overpowered Caythorpe 74-10 in both facets of the game as Hajjad Chowdhury 96*, Umayun Baig 62, Waseem Azhar 59* & Ron Thompson 5 for 17 all performed creditably.  

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Farndon 153-10 were crowned champions even though they slipped to a defeat at the hands of Underwood 189-10 as M Thorley 73 and E Carlton 4-42 gave their sides chances of escaping relegation a massive boost with this win. Carl Knight 49 and youngster Lakshay Sharma 36* & 4-37 both starred as Attenborough 198-9 defeated Chilwell 120-10 at Long Lane. Rob Honeyball hit 52 for Kirkby Portland 149-4 but it was the 54 from Martin Sugden supported by 41 from Bill Taylor that saw Collingham 152-6 home to the win. J Mordeth top scored with 57 for Lowdham as they posted 193-10 but hosts Radcliffe on Trent 197-4 had an excellent 5th wicket partnership between J Crosdale 89* & C Butcher 45* seeing them home with six overs to spare.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Luc Chignell 73 & 6-18 along with thirteen year old Matt Andrew 50 both had a day to remember as Newark R & M 203-4 had an impressive home win over Belvoir 154-10. East Bridgford 217-1 totally dominated affairs against Whatton & Aslockton 22-10 as Gareth Carrol105*, Dave Foulks 68*, Amear Shah 5-10 & David Howarth 4-6 were all in fine form. Nott’s & Arnold had Ben Francis top scoring with 60 in his sides total of 128-9 but they still fell to defeat as hosts Wymeswold finished on 131-5 at the close. The spell from Josh Beavis of 4-17 was enough to give Bingham 105-6 the upper hand in their encounter with Nottingham Deaf 104-10. Hucknall 188-10 grabbed another win this time over high flying Old Dalby 136-10 as Mike Rees hit 42 in his sides total although Jo Gant with 5-42 gave the away side hope until their batsmen failed in the run chase later on.

Sign Solutions Div N

West Bridgfordians 175-3 not only claimed victory but also the title after defeating Fiskerton 171-10 Barney Mead hitting 87 and Sam Beale taking 6-42. Neil Brennan 53, M Brennan 43* & Mick Woolscroft 4-20 all figured in the away win for West Bridgford Legion 157-3 over Beeston & Toton Sycamore 139-10 in which Stuart Tideswell had hit 48 earlier in the proceedings. Richard Drury with 76 and Ethan Gangotra 5-31 were both impressive as Keyworth 173-10 inflicted defeat upon Lambley 134-10 this despites the efforts of in form Karlos Oakden 56* and Paul Mantle 5-45. Nott’s & Arnold failed to raise a side in the team’s home game against Ellerslie

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