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weekly report 20-8-2016

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 20th August 2016

“Pack up’s the trouble for Bottesford”

 

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Kyle Van Niekerk 71*, Ammar Khan 42* & Zaheer Rahman 3-33 gave Gedling Colliery 127-0 a valuable win over Collingham 126-9 which moves them out of the bottom two places, taking their place are Long Eaton 145-9 who could only manage a losing draw as Tim Taylor hit 74 whilst for the victors Hoveringham 219-6 it was the pair of Stuart Walton 90 and Hamish Moore with 81 who helped them to an impressive total. Champions Attenborough 127-5 recorded an easy home win over Ellerslie 126-10 in which once again Byron Haycock 62* & Ben Bharbra 4-25 both starred. Zaheer Ahmed 45 and Khial Mohammad 4-31 were the star performers for Hyson Green CC 169-9 in their winning draw over Belvoir 139-6 for whom Ryan Lewis 54, Greg Oldfield 44 & 3-75 and Danny Gibson 5-38 also produced fine individual performances. Balderton’s home game with Wollaton was a victim of the heavy rainfall earlier in the day

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Attenborough 153-7 took another step closer to promotion as they gained maximum points when defeating Kimberley 152-8 with Martin Shoemaker top scoring with 48. Dan Mierkhans with 63 and Gary Clarke 42 helped Caythorpe to 220-7 but the Neil Gregory hit a glorious 127* and assisted by Shaun Stocks 43 & 4-40 it helped Eastwood 221-4 to fine home win at The Breach. Plumtree 162-6 remain in the promotion places and were thankful for the 80 from S Basmi as they squeezed home by three wickets defeating Calverton 162-6. Although James Morrow hit 70 it was not enough to save Thurgarton 150-7 from defeat and also relegation as Clifton 151-6 ran out winners with plenty of overs to spare, with Brad Moore returning figures of 4-37 in his sides win. Nadeem Ghani 77 & Arslan Shah 5-32 helped Nott’s Unity Casuals 228-6 to a winning draw over West Bridgfordians 179-8 for whom Alistair Pettit 63 and Kwesi Spencer helped gain the valuable bonus points.

Rothera Dowson Division C

Bramcote 151-10 had both Khalid Rehman 66 and Alex Bullivant 6-10 giving their survival chances no harm at all as they gained a winning draw over Keyworth 115-8. Southwell 204-5 (dec) handed out another defeat upon bottom of the table Bottesford 173-10 with Richard Andrew returning the best figures of the day with 3-20. The top two met and it was Kirkby Portland 225-7 who ran out victors with Connor Fleming 69 and 44 from Brett Jones that enabled them to chase down Wollaton’s 224-4 in which Sunil Sharma 63*, Alex Youngman 58* & Nicholas Kirkwood 51 made contributions although they still have a game in hand on the leaders and are fourteen points adrift. Beeston & Toton Sycamore’s game was called off early Saturday morning due to rain.

Rex Gooding Division D

Pete Hudson hit an unbeaten 92* but Hucknall 134-10 slipped to a first loss of the season and missed a chance to clinch the title when they were defeated by Ellerslie 163-8 with man of the match Taimoor Safdar 39* and 4-22 causing the damage. Farndon 50-2 took full advantage with a straight forward win over relegated Sutton Bonnington 49-10 as Jack Goode took 3-14. Rain prevented Gedling & Sherwood closing on the leaders as their game at Underwood was yet another victim of the weather and agonisingly the home side are relegated in the process. N Benson with 56 guided Gedling Colliery 140-6 to an away win over Collingham 139-10 for whom Andrew Shaw took 4-28. The innings from Peter Playle of 60 helped Hickling 165-7 to an away win over West Bridgfordians 164-5 despites John Grimes recording a fine 51 earlier in the afternoon.

Trophy Master Division E

An undefeated 81* from C Freeman cemented the promotion push for Bingham 165-3 in the home win over Lenton & Willoughby 163-5 despite half centuries from M Ware 51 & J Newham 52. Sam Penford 92, Olly Elson 61 & Jamie Gilbertson with 53 were all in fine form as Belvoir 246-4 gained a comfortable home win over Nott’s Unity Casuals 106-10. Abass Abid 96* top scored for Basford Mill 195-4 in a fine away win over Kirkby Portland 130-7. Eastwood were unable to raise a side for the third time this season and in due course handed Plumtree the title. Newark R & M’s game at home to East Bridgford was washed out without a ball being bowled.  

GB Bookkeeping Division F

In the clash of the top two it was Ruddington 155-9 who were celebrating as Sharad Naheem 4-22 & Kamaran Rasheed 3-34 bowled them to victory over East Leake 109-10 despite the efforts from Rob Peatman 59 & 3-45, the victors now just need to win next week to secure the title. Raja Majid 81 and Moheen Halder  5-11 gave Gotham 171-10 a much needed win over Fiskerton 65-10. Although it was a low scoring match the game went down to the wire as Whatton & Aslockton 102-10 ran out winners by four runs over Caunton 98-10 with 4 wicket hauls from Ben Gregory 4-42, Jamie Lambourne 4-24 and Alex Rose 4-7. Wymeswold 227-6 inflicted a heavy defeat upon Burton Joyce 122-10 as Harry Bowley hit 88 and James Lewis took 5-12.  

BLCS Division G.

A devastating spell of 6-18 from John Pack backed up by 48* from Tony Cuthbert helped Long Eaton 98-1 to a routine away win over relegation threatened Bottesford 97-10. Tom Holmes turned in a match winning 53 plus 5-26 as Kinoulton 140-8 ran out winners over Ravenshead119-10 for whom Pete Smith took 5-31. Calverton 231-8 with S Andrew top scoring with 57 ran out winners by just four runs in an entertaining match against Lowdham 227-8. Mark Walsh 68 and Steve Moore 5-26 helped deliver a resounding away win for Beeston & Toton Sycamore 138-4 when they came away winners over Young Lions 137-10.

Central College Division H

A magnificent 146 from B Johnson inspired Woodborough 216-7 to vital win as they then bowled out Keyworth for 112 as P Bennett took 4-10 and give them hope of avoiding the drop. Gedling Colliery 68-7 had the pair of Zeeshan Iqbal 40 & Lee Gomersall 3-5 set up their team’s victory over Chilwell 64-10. Peter Bateman finished unbeaten on 63* as Attenborough 123-3 also gained a vital win over fellow relegation contenders Hucknall 120-5 for whom Jack Pates hit 55. The trio of Lewis Lambert 49, Sam Ross 49 & Andrew Smith 57* were all influential in the win for Balderton 214-6 as they returned home victorious over Gedling & Sherwood 176-8. 89* from Nazakat Ali keeps Hyson Green CC 120-1 at the summit of the table with a convincing home win over Southwell 114-7.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

K Leggatt 46*, Steve Kennedy 45 and 3-21 from Richard Wells 3-41 gave Cotgrave 182-6 victory over Hoveringham 172-7 who themselves were indebted from the contributions by Rasid Actar 57 and Jon Pears 67. Ricky Martin with 4-22 backed up by Chris Graham 3-18 helped Oxton 117-6 to a home win over Bramcote 111-9. A final ball thriller saw West Bridgfordians 150-6 force a tie with home side Clifton 150-10 with B Mead 48 and R Zeeshan 4-33 topping the runs and wickets totals. Akshay Kumar hit 63 for Thurgarton in their total of 182-8 but visitors Madni 185-5 eased home with just over four overs to spare thanks to Karthick 42 and Kashif Sardar 41. Stapleford 29-0 raced to promotion after demolishing Newark R & M 28-10 with Andrew Pearson taking 5-10.

King Stone Products Division K

The top two sides switch positions as Ruddington 152-6 grabbed the vital win over Ellerslie 118-9 with Eddie Storr 66, Joe Smith 43* & Rob Derry 5-29 providing the ammunition. Ben Crouch hit a superb 114 in Kimberley’s 205-6 and home side Caythorpe fell well short in reply being restricted to only 88-8 in reply. Thrumpton 82-4 controlled most of their home game against Poplars  81-10 as Dominic Thelen 43*, Usman Hameed 5-11 & Nick Proverbs 4-18 were all in excellent end of season form. D Watson with 74 top the scoring chart as Wollaton 189-9 ran out comfortable winners over Lenton & Willoughby 135-10. Wayne Simpson with 4-21 bowled Basford Old Boys 89-5 to a win over neighbours Basford Mill 88-10.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Great Dalby 141-0 clinched promotion with a convincing ten wicket away win over Chilwell 140-10 as both Luke Harrison 76* & Harry Wells 57* and 3-26 starred. Radcliffe on Trent 134-7 had a well-deserved away win at Attenborough 85-10 with both Josh Mills 48 and Qundeel Halder 4-19 in fine form. J Dawn top scored for Lowdham 102-3 in his side’s home win over Kirkby Portland 89-10. Tony Williams 73 and Daniel Pike 63 both batted well to enable Collingham to a winning total of 230-9 in the home win over Underwood 205-8 despite a magnificent 113* from B Brown and 4-39 by E Carlton.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

A glorious 111* from Pete Shaw was the highlight as Wymeswold 185-2 strode home to victory over visitors Whatton & Aslockton 184-5. East Bridfgord 202-4 handed out a heavy defeat upon Newark R & M 42-10 as D Fowkes 56*, C Fowkes 51 and Ameer Shah 3-10 all performed with credibility on the day. Matt Fifoot hit a match winning 67 as Hucknall 171-4 returned home with the win over hosts Nottingham Deaf 151-9. Caash Kotze bowled Nott’s & Arnold 119-10 to a home win over Bingham 69-10. Rain prevented any play in the title decider between Belvoir and Old Dalby.

Sign Solutions Div N

Simon Phoenix top scored with 48 to assist Keyworth to a score of 114-5 but champions West Bridgfordians 118-2 showed no mercy as they raced home with matt Davis hitting 50*. Raj Shandiliya 56*and Thomas Rhoades with 4-7 helped West Bridgford Legion 93-5 to a home win over Burton Joyce 92-10 for whom Gareth Johnson had top scored with 47 earlier in the afternoon.

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weekly report 13-8-2016

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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weekly report 6-8-2016

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 6th August 2016

 

“ Noall, O’Brien & Stuurman all in 7th Heaven”

  

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Attenborough 291-8 took a massive step towards gaining the title after dismantling visitors Belvoir 95-10 with Chris Allcoat hitting a glorious 126* backed up by 45 & 4-25 from Ben Bhabra. Chris Dobbie 62*,Tim Clipsham 60, Chris Morris 40 & Glenton Anric Stuurman taking 7-40 this ensured it was a good day at the office for Balderton 285-8 in their home win over Long Eaton 150-10 for whom Josh Buckley top scored with 42. Ellerslie 210-6 took maximum points as Nick Hobbs 77*, Oli Taylor 43 & 4-59 and Dan Footitt 4-51 all combined in the win over Hoveringham 206-10 and despite 63 from Richard Coleman plus 52 by Daniel North it meant relegation for last year’s Division B champions. Wollaton 260-6 with performances from David Barr 104, Tim Young 57, James Cox 4-51, Mustafa Iqbal 3-38 & Tom Naylor 3-57 move into second position after overcoming Collingham 197-10 who had Will Cousins scoring 46. Hyson Green CC amassed 372-8 in their winning draw over Gedling Colliery 200-6 with Hasnain Nasir 89, Asif Haq 80 & Zahir Ahmed 53 all in great form with the bat.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

A spell of 4-53 from Danny Williams and 58 from Andy Layton ensured an away victory for Kimberley 159-7 over near neighbours Eastwood 158-10. S James 77 & S Basmi 62 helped Plumtree 246-7 gain a winning draw over Caythorpe who held on at the death finishing on 172-9. Attenborough 230-7 also gained an away winning draw over Thurgarton 161-8 with Arjun Sandhu taking 4-35 whilst the hosts had Colin Cliff 57 & Aaron Singh 4-65 fighting the cause. Ben Ryder 84* & Andrew Sharpe 65 gave West Bridgfordians 203-8 the upper hand as they came away victorious defeating Calverton 206-10. Shaharyar Aslam 49, Muhmmad Ihtsham 45 & Asim Wahid 45* all figured in the win for Nott’s Unity Casuals 222-8 as they ran out easy winners over Clifton 88-10.

Rothera Dowson Division C

A quartet of fine performances from Rob Goddard 99*, Steve Howarth 50, Jeremy Hale 5- 69 & Paul Blatherwick 3-39 gave Gotham 194-2 a comfortable away win over Thrumpton 193-10 for whom Joe Richardson top scored with 55. An unbeaten 57 from D Allen guided Bottesford 193-7 to an excellent away win over Bramcote 192-8. Alex Rainbow 61, Joe Fryer 51 and a fine 6-18 from Steve Wright gave Southwell 209-7 a vital home win over Radcliffe on Trent 84-10 to keep the pressure on the leaders. Kirkby Portland 174 -10 grabbed a vital twelve run win thanks to Brett Jones 68, Joe Caunt 6-16 & John Williamson 3-33 as they defeated Keyworth 162-10 for whom the trio of Rob Baker 6-73, Paul Newell 4-52  and Dhruv Shahi with 59 had performed creditably in a thrilling game. Andy Bailey 121, Hamish Llewelyn 106* & Sunil Sharma 5-38 all helped Wollaton 288-4 dominate proceeding as they defeated Beeston & Toton Sycamore 99-10.

Rex Gooding Division D

Gary Clark 61 and 52 from Jonathan Todd enabled Collingham 224-10 to take victory at home when defeating Hickling 167-8 for whom Ian Fisher 42 & 4-40 and Tom Spawton 4-66 gave excellent performances. Jon Sheard 110* & 3-19 was the stand out performer for West Bridgfordians 201-6 in their home win over Ellerslie 192-10 with Ryan Duggan contributing 65. The title race was thrown wide open thanks to superb spell by Conor O’Brien 7-35 as Gedling Colliery 169-10 defeated former leaders Gedling & Sherwood 105-10. Farndon 280-5 remain in touch as Martyn Hill hit 114 and Mark Everington took 4-61 as they defeated Underwood 199-9 who had fighting displays from B Brown 49, T Chalkley 62 & M Holmes 50. Anthony Freeman with an unbeaten 44* guided Hucknall 127-4 to the top of the table in their away against Sutton Bonnington 123-10.

Trophy Master Division E

Despite 51 from Jeremy Cruse East Bridgford 148-10 fell to a narrow seven run defeat against Nott’s Unity Casuals 155-9 as match winner T Singh struck taking 5-35. Bingham 93-3 ran out easy winners as I Flood 46* & C Good 5-10 starred in the home win over Basford Mill 92-10. Oli Raynor 80, Satchen Menon 57 & Jamie Huscroft 5-56 all helped in the away win for Plumtree 177-2 as they ran away with things against Belvoir 174-10. An unbeaten 49* from Joe Murphy was the highlight in Newark R & M’s win after posting 191-7 they then bowled out hosts Kirkby Portland out for 141 in reply. Eastwood conceded the fixture away at Lenton & Willoughby.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

James Kirkham 5-27, Max Danby 4-34 & Harry Parker 37 threw the title race wide open as Fiskerton 75-3 defeated high flying Ruddington 74-10 and it means that six teams are still in the hunt for silverware. Muhammad Niazi with 5-22 helped Gotham 98-4 overcome Caunton 97-10. A match winning 68 from Ben Lambourne gave Whatton & Aslockton 212-10 a vital win over fellow relegation contenders Kimberley 163-10 who had Connor Richardson fighting on both fronts with 58 & 4-33. The shock of the day saw bottom placed Wymeswold  204-5 turn over Caythorpe as Rob Pitman hit 108* and James Barry took 4-34 whilst Kieran Chappell hit 68 in his sides defeat. East Leake 83-3 jumps them from fourth to top after they defeated Burton Joyce 82-10 as Grant Newcombe with 47* followed up Rob Peatman’s 4-14. This has to be one of the most exciting finishes to any league for many years and no doubt there will be more twists and turns in the final weeks.

BLCS Division G.

M Newcombe 53 and J Aurther with 47 helped Flintham 177-10 to a fine away over Bottesford 110-10. Ben Lumb 55 and 4-24 from Adam France gave Kinoulton 151-9 a narrow ten run win over Beeston & Toton Sycamore 141-9 which included a gutsy 42* from Dan Rogers. Despite 30 & 4-35 from Rishi Clark his side West Bridgfordians 142-9 still fell to defeat as Pete Smith 36* guided Ravenshead 145-6 over the winning line at Burnt Stump. John Noall 7-28 tore into opponents Long Eaton 52-10 to set up a resounding win for Lowdham 54-2. Young Lions 296-10 roared to a resounding home win over Calverton 181-7 with M Digwa 84, Pranav Badia 70 & Fateh Singh 3-36 all combining and the visitors had Derek Pickering 68* at the close of play.

Central College Division H

Gedling Colliery’s emphatic ten wicket win over previous leaders Balderton 116-10 was finished off in style as Geoff Burton blasted 72* as they closed on 117-0. Hyson Green CC go top after Safeir Ahmed 76 Shuaib Khalil 37 & 4-30 & Nash Khan 3-44 all produced when it mattered most in the away win over Hucknall 183-10 although John Whyley with 4-25 nearly bowled the host to a surprise win. A thrilling match saw Chilwell 221-4 victorious with Sarosh William 52*, Paul Woodward 47, Waleed Khan 42 ,Hayden Brooks 4-40 & Simon Waites 3-40 all figuring in the win in which at one point Southwell 206-10 looked to be in pole position after a fine stand between Stuart Grimley 80 & Toby Stanley 54 before the bowlers struck. A 155 run partnership between Josh Knight 117 & Sam Randall 89 set up the win for Attenborough 267-7 as they overturned Woodborough 90-10. Steve Carmody top scored with 89 as Gedling & Sherwood 205-9 inflicted a heavy defeat on visitors Keyworth for whom Duncan Tarran hit 57 and Alex Newell took 4-58.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Leaders Stapleford 115-10 slumped to a forty run defeat at the hands of Cotgrave 155-10 who had match winners in Tony Newby 43 and Ben Gathercole 4-25. Lloyd Marchant 4-20 and then 48* not out from Matt Blaze saw West Bridgfordians 67-1 record an easy home win over Bramcote 63-10. K Mohammed with 4-13 bowled Madni 83-1 to a comfortable away win over Newark R & M 82-10. Ricky Martin 73* & 5-31 starred for Oxton 114-2 in a fine away win over Hoveringham 112-10 for whom Tim Eatherington hit a fine 50.  Raza Ul Haq 102, Saqib Shah 4-34 & Haider Ali 3-41 all played key roles as Clifton 216-9 move into second spot after defeating Thurgarton 157-10.

King Stone Products Division K

Aman Parekh took 5-5 as Ellerslie 91-2 recorded an easy away win at Caythorpe 88-10 to move into pole position for the title. Ruddington 210-5 had contributions from Ben Johnson 62, Thomas' Hann 49 & Phil Gandy 43* in the win over Lenton & Willoughby who are relegated after this result. Wollaton blasted 372-6 as they completely outplayed former league leaders Basford Old Boys 142-5 with centuries from David Watson 135 & Nas Saleem 112. Will Street 83*, Simon King 4-38  & Usman Raja 3-29 were the hero’s as Basford Mill 152-6 defeated Thrumpton 148-10 and the win still gives them a mathematical chance of avoiding finishing in the bottom two. Kimberley conceded the home fixture against Poplars.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Great Dalby 151-5 kept up their promotion push with a five wicket away win over Underwood with M Child hitting 64 and l Harrison taking 6-30. A Das 53 & H Croasdale 34 and 3-16 both inspired Radcliffe on Trent 185-6 to victory over Kirkby Portland 159-10 despite the best efforts of both Jacob Finch Driscoll 59 and 4-30 & Luke Driscoll 41. Farndon 69-3 to a giant stride towards the title with Simon Widdison 42* seeing them home to victory over Lowdham 68-10. Chris Hogg 81, Dan Pike 48 & Martin Sugden 42 were all in fine form as Collingham 231-1 ran out victors over Attenborough 191-2 for whom Gordon Airey hit 95 and Fin Meakin 62.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Chris Bealby 50, Jamie Gilbertson 40 & 3-18 Max Mullins 3-17 were all instrumental as Belvoir 175-9 defeated visitors Wymeswold 96-10 who had Adrian Rush top scoring with 52. Newark R & M 86 all out fell agonisingly one run short when chasing victors Whatton & Aslockton’s total of 87-10, the victors had C Maule 6-36 & Gary Pickering 4-24 starring with the ball whilst Jake Harling took 4-9 for the home side. Old Dalby 358-9 handed out a resounding defeat upon Bingham 96-10 as David Greaves 84, Joe Gant 69 & Tony Woodcock 3-11 all impressed on the day as did Andrew McCartney with 5-92. Andre Pears crashed a quick fire 93* as Nottingham Deaf 141-3 coasted to victory against Nott’s & Arnold 139-6. At the interval Hucknall would have been thinking the worst but their bowlers turned things around bowling East Bridgford out for just 36 in reply.

Sign Solutions Division N

Lambley 82-10 missed the chance to close the gap at the top of the table and in the process victors Burton Joyce 85-5 close the gap between the two sides, that result combined with leaders West Bridgfordians 167-7 going down to defeat at the hands of Ellerslie 169-4 still leaves the title undecided, and in Andy Hulbert 69 & Finlay Hulbert 51 the Little Bounds outfit are still in the mix for promotion. Raj Shandilya 88* & Mick Woolliscroft 4-13 set up a fine win for West Bridgford Legion 176-6 in their encounter against Fiskerton 138-10. Richard Drury 59* and Ted Elliot 44* set up a platform for Keyworth 167-2 to record a victory over Nott’s & Arnold 72-10which was completed by a spell from Chris Legge when taking 5-16 in their reply.

At this month’s Management Committee meeting several past and present members were remembered in a minutes silence, one of those being Toby Sheppard who was a former Vice president at Gotham, Nott’s Amateur’s & Attenborough, his memorial service will be held on Friday 12th August at 2pm at Holy Trinity Church in Ratcliffe on Soar followed by the wake at Gotham Memorial Hall- near the cricket ground. All welcome. Family flowers only with donations NUH Charity.

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THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 30th July 2016

 

“Crouch downs Burton Joyce whilst Collington & Ahmed take eight to celebrate”

  

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Attenborough 243-5 with 57 from B Haycock & Ben Bhabra 54 extend their lead at the top as they gained a winning draw over closest rivals Collingham 206-7 who had centurion Oliver Dyson 103 in fine form. A spell off 6-48 from Andy Edge seemed to have put Long Eaton in charge as they reduced Hyson Green CC to 176 all out but in reply Ahmed Gondal 50& 3-39 helped bowl them out for 139 in reply. Wollaton 287-7 controlled affairs in their emphatic away win over Hoveringham 121 -10 as Mustafa Iqbal 131, Tim Young 93 & Callum Brown 6-38 all produced excellent displays, meanwhile for the home side Hamish Moore took 5-89. Greg Oldfield 62 & 57 from Tom Neville steered Belvoir to 212 all out but Ellerslie 174-9 clung on for the draw thanks to John Wakeling hitting 55 to follow up a fine 5-61 from team mate Dan Footit. Rhys Hayes 75, Kyle Van Niekerk 55, James Barnes 41 & Ammar Khan 4-56 were all key figures in Gedling Colliery’s  266-8 winning draw over Balderton 238-8 for whom Chris Dobbie 63*, Glenton Stuurman 4-48 (Inc. hat trick) & Luke Endley 4-67 also made significant contributions.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

An unbeaten 44* from Matt Croxall steered Clifton 198-8 to a tense victory over Kimberley 197-8 who had Hassan Chaudry top scoring with 61. West Bridgfordians 76-1 gained a comprehensive home win over Thurgarton 73-10 as a quick fire 43* from Ben Ryder had followed up the bowling from Ollie Hayes 3-19 & Alex Sheriston 3-21 to ensure an early finish at Stamford Road. In the battle of the top two visitors Plumtree 186-5 batted first and 47* from Albert Carter being the highlight but Attenborough 188-5 were victorious thanks to an unbeaten 60* from Jack Harrison. It was the 75 & 2-47 from man of the match Khlal Mohammad that proved to be the defining performance as Hyson Green CC 299-5 gained a winning draw over Nott’s Unity Casuals 235-8. Caythorpe 244-4 recorded a home win over Calverton 241-3 as bowlers from both sidestoiled in vain to take many wickets.

Rothera Dowson Division C

Pete Goodon top scored with 67 as visitors Bramcote posted 166 all out and in reply Gotham 169-7 were guided home by Steve Haworth 82* to follow Jez Hale’s spell of 4-26. Nick Silverwood 62, Jake Hutchinson 4-57 & Les Fazackerley 3-22 all played a part in the home win for Bottesford 153-9 over Keyworth 152-7 for whom Oscar Brown 48, Paul Newell 5-32 Rob Baker 4-59 were also contributors in a thrilling match. An excellent 100 & 3-16 from Joe Richardson helped Thrumpton 291-10 cause an upset when they overturned league leaders Kirkby Portland 227-10 despite 59 from Jason Caunt. Alex Youngman compiled a fine 88* and Asif Riaz with 33 & 4-38 helped Wollaton 207-9 to gain a winning draw over Southwell 205-7 in a final ball thriller as Alex Rainbow 83* and Jim Hemstock 75 had put them within touching distance of victory.

Rex Gooding Division D

Gedling & Sherwood 151-4 remain in top spot with a home victory or Sutton Bonningtom 148-10 the victory was set up by both Sohail Sahil 4-36 and Ozzy Qayyum 3-32. Hucknall 211-6 kept the pressure on the leaders with a 45 run home win over Collingham 166-10 as George Buckthorpe 72, Adam Brown 55, Paul Harley 4-40 & Graeme Wright 3-33 all contributed. Craig Smithurst was the main stay for Underwood 180-7 as they inflicted defeat upon West Bridgfordians 112-10. A quartet of performances from Matthew Footitt 66 Eddy George 53 & 4-54, Sunil Bange 45 & Usman Khalid 5-18 enabled Ellerslie 238-8 to dominate the match against Farndon 135-10 for whom Daniel Hubbard with 61 starred. I Fisher hit 87* as Hickling posted a respectable 158-5 but T Coffey replied with 75 as Gedling Colliery 159-3 took the victory with two overs to spare.

Trophy Master Division E

Headline maker Fraser Fentham stole the show with 41 & 7-17 as Belvoir 114-10 recorded an away win over Newark R & M 70-10. Plumtree 191-8 had R Smitth top scoring with 51 but Charlie Davies with 7-31 stole the limelight as his devastating spell caused Kirkby Portland to be dismissed for 147 in reply. Ian Flood remained unbeaten on 75* as Bingham 167-7 recorded an away win over East Bridgford 166-6. Lenton & Willoughby 122-4 were thankful to Jamie Newlan 66*, Muhammad Iqbal 4-27 & C Howard 4-28 in a fine away over Basford Mill 120-10.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

East Leake 117-7 returned to winning ways as Steve Oakley with 37* helped them to a three wicket win at home to Whatton & Aslockton 113-10. Ben Crouch blasted a magnificent 181 as Kimberley posted a massive 319-4 and in reply Matthew Alderson hit 72 in the Burton Joyce reply of 231-9. Farhad Amin accumulated a fine 126* as Ruddington set an imposing target of 291-6 in their home win over Wymeswold 219-7. A nail biting finish saw Caythorpe 156-9 come out on top against Gotham 155-10 and the spell from Ben Smith of 4-55 turned out to be very valuable at the finish. Dan Collington returned figures of 8-20 when he helped dismiss Caunton for just 101 but his Fiskerton side made heavy weather of chasing down the target finishing victorious on 102-9.

BLCS Division G

101* from 62 balls from TJ Austin was the stand out performance as Lowdham 204-8 recorded a home victory over Kinoulton 179-6. Young Lions 233-9 continued their recent run of good form with an away win over Flintham 181-10. West Bridgford Legion 144-9 had both Simon Whitfield 41. Andy Walters 4-19 figuring in their home win over Long Eaton 118-10 for whom both Sam Harris 64 & Jeremy Allen 4-42 were able to take something from the game. D Pickering 83, J Bell 68 and B Armstrong 4-52 all assisted in Calverton’s  278-5 home win over Bottesford 239-9 for whom D Robinson 64 and G Sutton 54 were the top scorers. Andy Tadd hit 81 as Ravenshead 121-2 recorded a comfortable away win over Beeston & Toton Sycamore 120-10.

Central College Division H

Although it was a low scoring match the 30 from Abishek Jha proved valuable for Southwell 132-7 in their win at home over Attenborough 129-6. A devastating spell of 7-13 from Harry Finch spelt disaster for hosts Keyworth as they capitulated to 28 all out and Hucknall coasted home finishing on 30-1. Iftikar Ahmed 8-16 also ran amok through the batting line up of Woodborough 49-10 after his Gedling Colliery side had been tumbled out for 84 earlier in the day which included 4-20 from Simon Harrison and a hat trick by James Watterson 4-22. Tim Clipsham 168* orchestrated Balderton’s 218-6 four wicket win over Chilwell 217-7 as they claimed victory. 52 from Naz Ali and 48 by Nash Khan were defining scores as Hyson Green CC 160-7 were victorious over Gedling & Sherwood 158-10.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Josh Buckley again stood out with 47* & 4-19 as leaders Stapleford 82-4 defeated near neighbours Bramcote 80-10. Palwak Marjan 41& Saqib Shah with 4-13 contributed heavily in Clifton 163-10 defeating Oxton 125-10 for whom S Nagar took 4-28. Richard Wells 80, Karl Leggett 63, Ben Gathercole 51, Daniel Smith 50* & Lee Potts 5-15 all gave fine displays in a one sided affair as Cotgrave 286-7 dominated throughout against Newark R & M 46-10. Vic Folkes 98*, Asad Hussain 66, Tony Downie 55*, Justin Thomas 4-26 & Vik Sharma 3-35 all figured for Thurgarton 266-2 in the local derby win over Hoveringham 144-10. The trio of Kashif Sardar 88*, Majid Yaqub 42* & Kaleem Mohammed 4-29 helped Madni 133-9 to a convincing win over West Bridgfordians 132-9.

King Stone Products Division K

Wollaton 230-7 dominated from start to finish in their home game against Caythorpe 52-10 and had match winners in Nas Saleem 93 and Zain Latif 5-4 in fantastic form. After a fine 40 from Phil Davey it was 4-6 from Umair Aziz that conclusively decided things as Ellerslie 179-9 proved too strong for Kimberley 76-10. A fine 113 from Tom Hann proved to be decisive as Ruddington 260-6 returned home with maximum points when defeating Thrumpton 151-10. M Conboy hit 55 and Matt Huskisson took 4-47 as Basford Mill  205-7 recorded a narrow eleven run away win over Lenton & Willoughby 194-8. Shajjad Chowdhury top scored with 89 as Poplars set a target of 211-9 and in an exciting run chase D Hibbert 50, H Saunderson 43 & Andrew Kelley 50* all played a part as Basford Old Boys claimed the win finishing on 212-5. 

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Charlie Warrington with 5-22 set up the victory for Collingham 75-4 in their away win over Chilwell 69-10. John Curtis 49* and Richard Pinder 30* ensured a comfortable victory for Farndon 92-2 in the win over visiting Kirkby Portland 91-7. Great Dalby 244-6 took the win with M Chlid 59 & S Dalton 47* both in the runs as they defeated Lowdham 226-6 who themselves had J Dawn 70* & A Seagar both scoring freely. J Croasdale 60 and Q Haider 32 & 4-35 both finished on the losing side as Radcliffe on Trent 166-6 fell short when chasing down the total of Underwood 188-9.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Old Dalby 72-3 continued their winning for when they came away victorious over hosts Whatton & Aslockton 71-10. Nottingham Deaf 239-9 controlled affairs in the win over Wymeswold 64-10 thanks to performances from Andre Pears 88, Oliver Wilcox 65 (100 partnership in 14 overs), Richard Johnson 5-32 and John Nash 5-13, although a special mention goes out to young Ben Jones for taking 3-23 and being his sides top scorer. Two fine contributions from each discipline from S Mahmood 5 -14 Ameer Shah 50* decided the match as East Bridgford 108-4 defeated Bingham 107-9. John Todhunter 94* & Matt Fifoot 78 helped Hucknall 238-6 to a resounding win over Newark R & M 96-10. A trio of half centuries from J.Pahins 58 J.Gilbertson 60* & G.Sanders 50 gave Belvoir 210-6 the upper hand in their away win over Nott’s & Arnold 137-7 for whom T Kotze top scored with 64.

Sign Solutions Division N

B Le Noury 64, S Fitzgerald 46 & R Robinson 5-32 all figured in West Bridgfordians 203-8 victory over West Bridgford Legion 122-7. Mitch Frost 68, John Holden 62 & Ben Folkes 4-25 all performed as Burton Joyce 198-4 inflicted a heavy defeat upon Nott’s & Arnold 101-8. Spells of 3-19 from Gandhl Chiraag & 3-20 by Finlay Hubert set up the victory for Ellerslie 143-3 as they came away winners over Fiskerton 140-10.

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THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 23rd July 2016

 

“SNCL BIG BASH”

Starring

“Stahlberger & Cupit”

  

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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