Gary Edginton Report

weekly report 24-6-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 24th June 2017

“Singh makes the Lions Roar”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Balderton set an imposing target of 252-9 with centurion Chris Morris 114 and 48 from Stephen Ryder being the main contributions but yet again Kimberley 253-5 proved they were up for the challenge as they came home with an over to spare thanks to 95* from Dominic Wheatley and 73 from Matt Dean. An undefeated 71* from Danny O’Brien guided Gedling Colliery to a total of 186-9 against fellow strugglers Belvoir 187-6 who were seen home to victory by both Lewis Dann 42 and Ryan Lewis 43* who also claimed 5 catches during the encounter. In form Hamish Moore 116* continued his recent run of form with the bat to enable Ellerslie 211-5 to not only defeat but leapfrog opponents Collingham 205-7 at Little Bounds. G Sadaf 100* & S Basmi with 64 took Carrington to an imposing total of 279-5 and Plumtree dug in for the losing draw closing on 155-6. Back to winning ways for leaders Wollaton 267-3 with Dan Andrew 108*, Mustafa Iqbal 56*& Zain Latif (14 yrs.) taking 5-56 in the home win over Attenborough 137-10.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B 

Carrington 304-6 gained an impressive winning draw over leaders Calverton 219-9 with significant contributions from Zubayr Alam Khalil 107, Ibby Khalil 60 W Kayani 47 & Azhar Janjua 6-53 but a defiant 78* from Adam Peet denied them victory. After a few stumbles Clifton 200-7 gained victory with A Hart 66, K Cowlishaw 72 and 4-33 from P MacMillan in an entertaining game against Wollaton 199-9. Although they remain at the foot of the table Long Eaton 249-8 gained a much need win over fellow strugglers Eastwood 100-10 with Andy Edge 100 & 4-9, Tom Pepper 54 & Alan Villiers 4-58 seeing them home. 93 from Murray De Banke along with 60 by Richard Coleman helped Hoveringham to a score of 247-6 and this proved enough as they then dismissed Kirkby Portland for 171-10 in reply.

Rothera Sharp Division C

Youngster George Park 70 starred for league leaders Caythorpe 268-6 in their home win over Beeston & Toton 117-10 for whom starring with the ball was Jonathon Thornton when taking 4-107. Adrian Tompkins with 64 was the backbone of the 231-9 set by Radcliffe on Trent as they then slipped to defeat as Farndon 234-3 impressively powered their way to maximum points thanks to Martyn Hill 72*, Daniel Hubbard 60 & James O’Leary 56. 4-38 from Joe Cope and then 67* from Max Danby saw a comprehensive 9 wicket win for Fiskerton/Thurgarton 123-1 over Gotham 119-10. 6-39 from Adam Scott and a defining 65 by Harry Finch saw Hucknall 152-7 close out victory over Keyworth 151-10. In form Jonny Lawrence 5-35 once again starred with the ball but Gedling & Sherwood 101-10 were unable to chase down the 147-10 set by victors West Bridgfordians.

Rex Gooding Division D

5-14 taken by Alex Collins enabled Bingham 172-9 to maintain the pressure on the top two in the victory over Ellerslie 104-10. M Davis 83 and 46 & 3-25 by Glen Read saw Plumtree 189-6 inflict another defeat upon winless Bramcote 145-10 despite 5-45 from Mark Spibey. Charlie Lucas 81, Adrian Kitchen 51 & Gary Clark 44 were the run getters for Collingham 252-6 in their home win over Grantham 151-8. Gavin Huskinson hit 85 as leaders Thrumpton set a total of 208-10 as hosts Gedling Colliery 209-8 inflicted only a second defeat on them thanks to 77 from Tom Coffee and 5-37 from Gareth Hayes. Nick Silverwood 87 and Harry Webster 65* saw Bottesford to a total of 211-6 but then it was the turn of Peter Playle to take centre stage with an undefeated 133* to steer Hickling 215-6 home to the win with 4 balls to spare

Trophy Master Division E

Congratulations must go for a first win of the season for East Leake 116-10 as Simon Oakley took 3-11 in their win over high flying Belvoir who slumped to 69-10 after seeming to be in control from the earlier efforts from Jamie Gilbertson 5-19 and O Elson 4-26. 52 from Hannah Hughes was the highlight for Caythorpe in a below par score of 139-10 as Kirkby Portland 142-4 strode to victory with 78 from Robbie Briton and a spell of 4-30 from Rebecca King. Fahad Kahn 53 and Ibraheem Agif with 45 saw Nott’s Unity post a competitive 214-6 but they fell to defeat at the hands of leaders Newark R&M 218-7 with a trio of fine performances from Bimal Parambil 50, Joe Smith 46 and Jake Harling 33 & 4-50. Ruddington 201-9 flip flop positions with Sutton Bonington 144-10 thanks to Wasim Ahmed 53  and Kamran Rasheed 40 & 5-17 although Tim Berridge 81 and  Dave Appleby 5-51 did their best even in defeat. Tom Chalkey 99 just missed out on a century in Underwood’s total of 159-10 in his sides home defeat at the hands of West Bridgfordians 160-5 for whom Abi Khan took the plaudits with his 4-37.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Powering their way to victory Burton Joyce 266-6 had Kris Seymour 86, Oli Cooper 76, Richard Stanton 43*, Tim Baker 3-21 and James Lawson 3-30 all in fine form as they brushed aside Ravenshead 125-10. Flintham 196-3 ran out convincing winners with a fine 98 coming from the bat of Matt Newcombe in a home win over Wymeswold 193-8 for whom Dan Barry scored 68 and Hugo Orme took 5-27. Dave Forde top scored with 65 as Lenton Willoughby closed on 227-10 but then it was man of the match F Ludlowe with 65* & 4-57 along with 65 from Martin Wilson that saw Caunton 230-4  home to victory. Lowdham 267-4 handed out a crushing defeat to bottom of the table Gotham 46-10 as the quartet of John Noall 47, Lloyd Naaké 59, Danny O'Donnell 63* and Ian Staples 42 all made batting contributions.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G. 

With the game nicely balanced it was a fine innings from Phil Kirby 65* that guided Whatton & Aslockton 162-5 to victory over Beeston & Toton 159-9 in which Stuart Tideswell had earlier hit 53. Finishing on 81-1 the pair of Nathan Jones 41 and Asad Hussain 40* both batted freely in Fiskerton/Thurgarton’s emphatic win over Balderton 80-10. The trio of Josh Bembridge 61, Blayne Riley 61* and Nick Smith 4-28 also gave Kimberley 133-1 a quick fire win as they entertained Kinoulton 131-7. D Roper 57 top scored for West Bridgford Legion 154-8 but they fell to defeat as visitors Gedling Colliery 158-6 gained the win with C Waite hitting 58. With the game beautifully poised it was Haljeet Singh with 6-29 including a hat trick of victims to help Young Lions 205-10 inflict defeat upon Carrington 178-10 in a game which saw Taj Nalk hit 68 and Nazakat Ali hit 53 and take 4-32.

Turner Violins Division H

Bowlers ruled the roost in the game in which Alasdair Culpin took 5-34 for Balderton 89-10 as they failed to chase down the score set by Clifton129-10 for whom S Shah 58 and 3-25 & M.Ali 4-29 starred. Attenborough 253-7 handed out a crushing defeat upon Calverton 54-10 with Alex Lawrence 79, Colin McConnell 58, Sam Henson 5-28 & Charlie Simkiss 4-21 all excelling during the days play. John Gell 76* & Moeen Haider 4-61 were the match winners for Gedling & Sherwood 188-7 in an entertaining match against Stapleford 187-6 for whom the inform duo of Gordon Pearson 74*& Alan Pearson 4-30 were once again producing the goods. Although John Fletcher only scored 43 the importance cannot be underestimated as Long Eaton 97-8 gained a valuable win over previous league leaders Madni 94-10 for whom Adnan Saddiq took 6-45. Chilwell 164-7 gained a narrow 3 wicket away win over Southwell 161-9 despite a fine 54 from Matt White.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Hoveringham 198-9 secured an away win over Basford Old Boys 127-10 with S Shore 3-10 & M Cupitt 3-31 wrapping up the win. Jack Pates 81*, Jack Guthrie 4-35 & Andy Whyley 4-29 gave Hucknall 129-1 a convincing win over Ellerslie 128-10. Ian Graham 59 & 4-16 and Scott Berridge with 55 were the heroes for West Bridgfordians 170-6 in a fine win over former league leaders Ruddington 168-9. Cotgrave sadly were unable to raise a side against Oxton.

King Stone Products Division K

Although H Baig took 6-14 he still saw his side Poplars 55-10 slump to defeat when failing to chase the 129-10 set by Attenborough in which Gordon Airey hit 41. Simon Park hit 82 in Caythorpe’s total of 152-8 but 65 from Josh Fraser saw Kimberley 155-1 to a comfortable away victory. Bruce Green 75 & Richard Hanrahan 38 and 3-21 were both instrumental in the win for Bramcote 225-10 over Collingham 182-8 in which Martin Sugden hit 49. A fine 103 from L Harrison saw Great Dalby set a total of 197-7 and with one over to spare Newark R&M 198-6 ran out winners with G Squires 41 and S Butt 44 & 2-36 both inspiring the win. The fab four of Caspar Barnes 4-31, Huzaif Latif 3-11, Nas Saleem 49* & David Watson 39* gave Wollaton 97-0 an overwhelming victory over Farndon 96-10.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Belvoir 257-6 with Sam Jepson 56, Ian De'Ath 59 and Grant Davies hitting 69 gained their first win of the season when overcoming Underwood 242-7 who themselves had Alan Marshall scoring 59. Adnan Mehmood with a fine 53 guided East Bridgford 119-3 to a routine victory as they returned home victors over Chilwell 116-9. Bengal United 181-10 caused the upset of the day by toppling table toppers Old Dalby 110-10 with Abdul Haseeb causing the damage when taking 5-17. RHP 90-3 continue a recent run of good form with a convincing win over Radcliffe on Trent 90-10 with the pair of Alan Goode 41* and David Nicholson 5-31 sharing the spotlight. Basford Mill 165-10 had both Waqas Abad 47 & Tom Bosworth 5-27 once again featuring in the win over Thrumpton 90-10 who themselves had bowlers Matt North 4-24 and Sam Charlton 4-32 starring with the red cherry.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Mike Rees 58 long with Mitchell Colebrook 52 & 3-15 gave Hucknall the firepower to overcomne Nott’s & Arnold 119-9. Thomas Austin blasted a rapid 63 as Lowdham 129-3 stay top of the league when defeating lowly placed Kirkby Portland 125-7. A valuable 59* from Pat Atkinson proved to be the decisive innings as Lambley 135-10 ran out winners by 24 runs in their encounter with Burton Joyce 111-10. Jordan Slater 67, Cliff Wilson 4-16 & Andre Pears 3-27 all contributed to help Nottingham Deaf 152-9 return to winning ways as they entertained Bingham 68-10. Andrew Shelton 110 and Jason Whowell 48 helped Wymeswold to a formidable total of 251-10 and in a spirited fightback West Bridgfordians fell short when closing on 227-6 with Barney Mead top scoring with 78.

Paul Grundell Division N

An inspiring innings of 75 by J Catchpole wasn’t enough to stave of defeat for Beeston & Toton 156-9 as visitors Gedling & Sherwood 158-4 ran out winners by 4 wickets. Not for the first time this season Ellerslie 73-9 grasped victory from the hands of defeat as they scraped home in a thriller against Keyworth 72-10.  Brian Butler 56* took Fiskerton/Thurarton 108-1 to an emphatic win over Nott’s & Arnold 106-10 to keep the pressure upon the other promotion contenders. Graham Ryan took the man of the Mach award thanks to his 96* that saw Whatton & Aslockton 220-6 gain a home win over Newark R&M 163-6.

weekly report 17-6-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 17th June 2017

“Saleem scorches to a century in the heatwave”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

An unbeaten 111* from Martin Shoemaker helped Attenborough 207-6 to a winning draw against Belvoir 182-9 at the Strand. Patrick Gada hit 53 in Carrington’s total of 165-10 in which Dan Footit 3-29 & Peter Vladev 4-34 were both in fine form with the ball as Ellerslie 167-0 cruised home with openers Hamish Moore 78* and Suman Shrestha 50* in dominating form. Collingham 213-9 blew the title race wide open when taking a winning draw over leaders Wollaton 129-7 as the trio of Fahad Ul Haq 86, David Pipes 46 & Lee Fazackerley 4-22 forced them onto the back foot despite the best efforts of Mustafa Iqbal 49 & 5-60. Balderton 129-2 completed an easy eight wicket win away at Gedling Colliery with Sajad Homyoon 43*, Chris Dobbie 59, Dan Pinfold 3-26 & Raza Khan 3-30 all chipping in with contributions. Matt Dean 55 and Ben Buckley 89 helped Kimberley 240-5 chase down Plumtree’s score of 237-6 in which Steve James top scored with a fine 79.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B 

5-67 from Brinsley Kirkham turned out to be the match defining performance to enable Calverton 197-7 to pull clear of title rivals Clifton 196-10. Stephen Dockrell 96 guided Eastwood to a competitive total of 228-10 but in reply Kirkby Portland 231-7 closed out the win with five balls to spare as Sandeep Chauhan 41 & 4-65 starred with both bat and ball. Brett Scothern with 53 took Long Eaton to a score of 179-9 and in reply Nott’s Unity 182-5 were victorious as Shaharyar Aslam 57, Ajaz Riaz 48* & Tariq Mahmood 5-26 all featured in the win. A nervy finish saw Carrington 151-8 take maximum points with A Arshad 58 & D Bazmi taking 4-22 to close the gap on opponents Southwell 150-10. Both Benn Lee 116* & Mark Melbourne 5-51 will be pleased with their days work as they helped Hoveringham 210-7 to a win over Wollaton 162-10.

Rothera Sharp Division C

Dhruv Shahl hit 56 to enable Keyworth to a respectable 207-8 and then the bowling attack of Mackenzie Shepherd 4-30, Andy Hiller 3-6 & Dom Steiner 3-37 tore into the opposition as Beeston & Toton crumbled to 74-10. Ben Shaw 91, Andrew Sharp 60 & 4-28 from Alastair Petit  were the key components in the win for West Bridgfordians 293- 9 over Fiskerton/Thurgarton 141-9 for whom Aaman Singh took 6-72. Ahsan Raja 4-25 & 4-10 from Jonny Lawrence followed by a ten ball 39* Irfan Niazi saw Gedling & Sherwood 65-0 completely dominate in the home game against Farndon 61-10. Gotham 189-7 had Steve Howarth 74 & Paul Blatherwick taking 5-60 but Hucknall pulled off a fine win with Adam Scott 72* and Akif Farooq 55 & 4-56 starring. Although Chris Owen Jones took 5-67 it could not prevent Caythorpe from amassing 255-9 as Geoff Crook 52, Matt Daffin 51, Tom Hart 43 and then John Smith with 4-32 wrapped up an easy victory over Radcliffe on Trent 107-10.

Rex Gooding Division D

The innings of Andy Norris 62 that followed the spells of Jake Hutchinson 3-37 & Adam Wilson 3-46 were the pivotal features in Bottesford 151-6 gaining the home win over East Bridgford 147-10. Ian Robinson hit a fine 76 for Grantham 154-6 but still saw his side slip to defeat at the hands of visitors Gedling Colliery 157-4 with opener Simon Pettet scoring 77. Hickling 168-9 ran out victors by 24 runs with P Playle 42 & M Playle 4-26 both featuring whilst K Patel with 5-28 was the stand out performer for Bramcote 144-10 in his sides defeat. A Collins 44 & 5-46 proved to be the match winner for Bingham 176-5 in a fine away win over Plumtree 175-9.  

Trophy Master Division E

Underwood 206-10 enjoyed a fine away win over Belvoir 196-5 with Tom Chalkley 58, Craig Smithurst 57* and M Lee 3-45 enforcing the win despite fine counterattacking displays from Jamie Gilbertson 54* & 3-27 and Alex Forbes 52. Craig Dury 3-32 along with Richard Andrew 3-29 both helped Newark R&M 109-2 to a thoroughly deserved win away at Caythorpe 106-10. M Aleem 60 & 4-13 stole the show as Nott’s Unity 169-10 ran out winners of struggling East Leake 145-10. Sutton Bonington 250-7 brushed aside opponents Kirkby Portland 80-10 with Timmy Berridge 51, Dave Appleby 64, Kieran Olsson 5-19 and Pat Hood 3-8 all in great form. Farhad Amin 5-22 and 45 once again showed his all-round ability as Ruddington 157-4 proved too strong for home side West Bridgfordians 156-10 at Stamford Road.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Burton Joyce amassed 260-8 which contributed to an easy win over Caunton 111-10 with a quartet of creditable performances from Matthew Powroznyk 68, John Seymour 61, Ollie Cooper 54 & 3-23 and Andrew Folkes 3-24. Rob Pitman with 68 was once again his side’s top scorer as Wymeswold 209-10 had a 38 run home success over Lenton & Willoughby 171-10. Gotham were unable to raise a side in their home fixture against Basford Mill.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G. 

Shafiq Dad 49 and Zia Uddin Khan with 6-24 vied for the starring role as Carrington 207-6 ran out comfortable winners over Beeston & Toton 75-10. Baz Bailey 51 & 4-20, Jack Masters 3-47 and youngster Alex Burton (14yrs) 3-29 were all figuring in the home win for Gedling Colliery 173-9 against Fiskerton/Thurgarton 132-10. D Roper 53 and J Walters 5-25 helped West Bridgford Legion 200-8 record a deserved away win over Kinoulton 62-10.  Blayne Riley 48, C Walters 93 and S Sidhu 6-44 were the contributions that enforced Kimberley 224-7 to a win that sees them reach the summit of the table.

Turner Violins Division H

In a tense finale Bottesford 145-8 ran out winners by 2 wickets as Mike Fowler hit 72 in the win over Attenborough 144-7 in which Rich Henson remained undefeated on 71*. Runs seemed in short supply so the 57 from A Melliman is an excellent return for Long Eaton 119-10 as his knock helped dispose of Chilwell 67-10. Sharat Kutty 42* & Saqib Shah 4-35 eased Clifton 164-10 to a home win over Gedling & Sherwood 114-10. The double act of Gordon Pearson 55* & Alan Pearson 4-15 were again topping the bill as Stapleford 109-5 ran out winners over visiting Southwell 107-10. Calverton were unable to raise a side against leaders Madni.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Matt Etherington hit 66 to guide Hoveringham 170-5 to a home win over Cotgrave 167-10. Jack Pates with 36* and 4-9 from James Guthrie saw Hucknall 73-1 demolish opponents West Bridgfordians 72-10. Ady Cooper with 93* saw Basford Old Boys set a reasonable score of 179-5 but then Z Tudor 46* and L Brown 97* with an unbeaten second wicket partnership saw Keyworth 181-1 home to a fine win. Taimoor Tasnim with 51 & 4-25 starred in both disciplines for Ellerslie 204-10 in a fine away win at Oxton 117-10. Woodborough 164-5 enjoyed a fine away win over Ruddington with the help from J.Waterson 49, S.Adams 49 and S.Harrison 3-32.

King Stone Products Division K

50 from Norman Jowett and 44 from Chris Parkes sealed the win for Bramcote 212-9 against local rivals Attenborough 193-8 for whom C Knight hit the top score of the day with a gutsy 96. The local derby went the way of Collingham 227-8 as the quartet of D Dakin 78, A Scott 53, T Rich 43 and Hester Dakin (13 yrs old) 4-20 including a hat trick took them to the win over Farndon 161-10. Ben Turner took 6-33 for Kimberley 129-10 but they couldn’t get close to the score of 165 made by winners Great Dalby in which James Picker hit 48. An exceedingly strong set of performances gave an emphatic win for Wollaton 262-2 as David Watson 66, Nas Saleem 126, Zeeshan Iqbal 52* and Hazaif Latif 5-5 in the win over Newark R&M 111-10. Amba with 81* and H Baig 68 saw Poplars 215-3 run out winners over Caythorpe 213-8

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

A final ball thriller saw the match tied between Basford Mill 186-10 & RHP 186-6 with Waqas Abid 89 top scoring whilst for RHP L Parker 73 and D Nicholson 5-24 starred. Bengal United 57-1 demolished Thrumpton 54-10 with bowlers Jahid Hasan 3-16, Shajjad Chowdhury 3-9 and Tareq Siddique 3-14 all delivering. East Bridfgord 82-6 stuttered across the winning line thanks to Ameer Shah 36 & 5-14 and Adnan Mehmood 3-22 in the win over Belvoir 79-10. Man of the match Nick Bennett 38 and 5-21 helped Chilwell 114-3 to a deserved away win over Radcliffe on Trent 112-10. J Mcgee 71* H Allen 3-28 and M Thorley 3-34 were the heroes for Underwood 178-3 in their home win over Old Dalby 172-10 in which R Herrick hit 61.   

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

An invaluable 55* from M Rees backed up the 6-22 by D Goodwin as Hucknall 89-7 nervously crossed the finishing line in a win over Bingham 85-10. G Johnson 57, L Johnson 4-36 and N West 3-19 were all instrumental in the win for Burton Joyce 165-8 over Kirkby Portland 123-9. Justin Graham with 45 & 4-16 helped Lowdham 164-10 to a home success over Nottingham Deaf 116-10. A fine century made by M Mathams 103* saw Wymeswold 179-10 return home victorious with the win over Nott’s & Arnold 117-10. Lambley 159-9 climb into second position with fine performances from Patrick Atkinson 58, Jim Brough 34 and Phil Bowles 4-34 as they inflicted defeat upon hosts West Bridgfordians 136-9.

Paul Grundell Division N

Ellerslie 102-2 romped to victory with Nadeem Akhtar 72*, Steve Wharmby 3-6 and Adnan Akhtar 3-18 all supplying the ammunition in the win over Beeston & Toton 98-10. Henry Horne 3-17 and Aaron Viggers 3-19 were the bowlers to assist in Keyworth 59-1 overpowering Fiskerton/Thurgarton 56-10.  Ed Shepherd 4-16, Manav Sood 3-36 and then Roland Daniels with 41 saw Gedling & Sherwood 115-4 take maximum points with the win over Whatton & Aslockton 111-10. West Bridgford Legion 202-10 cemented their place at the top of the division with a comfortable win over Nott’s & Arnold 95-10 with 91 coming from the bat of Raj Shandillya.

weekly report 10-6-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE
SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE
 
WEEKLY REPORT 10th June 2017
“Barr raised in Wollaton’s title challenge,”
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Rye Cafe & Bar Division A
An undefeated third wicket partnership from Fahad Ul Haq 57* & Seb Menzhausen 50*(14yrs) backed up the bowling performances from David Pipes 3-53, Will Cousins 3-26 and Lee Fazackerley 3-40 to see Collingham 159-2 coast home against Balderton 158-10. Carrington 111-4 cruised to victory as G Hussain 3-20 & Z Ahmed 3-25 helped restrict opponents Gedling Colliery to 110-9 earlier in the days play. Sam Clulow 68 top scored in Attenborough’s score of 201-10 but Ellerslie 202-2 were seen home to a fine win by Hamish Moore 66, John Wakeling 61*, Richard Harris 57* and Peter Vladev 4-42 (including hat trick). An excellent century from David Barr 122 and 62 M Iqbal helped Wollaton 256-5 claim a winning draw over Kimberley 178-5 in the battle of the top two. Greg Oldfield with 98 & 4-55 outshone all others as Belvoir 158-4 ran out convincing winners in the away win over Plumtree 152-10
200 Degrees Coffee Division B 
Clifton 250-6 controlled from start to finish in the win over Long Eaton 85-10 with contributions from Luke Gunn 76, Richard Harrison 73*, Liam Brazier 46 & Alex Turner 4-16. Carrington 230-9 gained a winning draw over Hoveringham 141-9 with Bigwa Singh 74, Ibraheem Khalil 53 & Waheed Kayani 41* all figuring. Calverton 65-3 remain top with both Ryan Evans 3-5 and a quick fire 40 from S Andrews paving the way in the away win over Kirkby Portland 61-10. Joe Fish hit 65 in Wollaton’s total of 159-9 in which Shaharyar Aslam took 7-53 and then bowling of both Asad Khan 5-47-5 and Alec Cobbett 3-47 steered them to a win over Nott’s Unity 101-10. The game between Eastwood & Southwell was cancelled due to a rain affected wicket
Rothera Sharp Division C.
A much needed first win of the season for Farndon 149-3 was ensured with the 61* from Danny Hubbard in their win over Beeston & Toton 145-9. A spell of 4-31 from Charles Lee helped Caythorpe 149-7 to a three wicket win over Fiskerton/Thurgraton 146-9 to keep them top of the table. Harry Finch with 51 and 5-54 from Akif Farooq helped Hucknall 199-9 to maximum points in a thrilling encounter with Gedling & Sherwood 185-10. Jordan Harbottle 68 & 3-8 helped Radcliffe on Trent 172-10 to a sixteen run win over Gotham 156-10 for whom Steve Haworth top scored with 65. Ally Pettit 73 helped West Bridgfordians 199-8 claim a winning draw over Keyworth 174-9 who had both Sam Foster 61 & Dhruv Shahi 51 & 4-38 in fine form.
Rex Gooding Division D
Nic Silverwood top scored with 77 in Bottesford’s total of 228-10 and although Pete Godden hit 75 in reply Bramcote fell short in closing on a score of 216-6. Gary Clark with 46 & 3-39 guided Collingham 173-10 to an excellent win over Ellerslie 152 for whom Taimoor Tasnim starred with 37 & 5-26. Thrumpton 148-5 stay top thanks to 65 from J Anstey and 5-39 from D Huskinson in the sides away win at East Bridgford 147-10. P White 76, J Stockdale 53* & R Tapp 3-25 all played key roles as Plumtree 195-5 ran out easy winners over Gedling Colliery 125-9. The 4-31 from C Hogg helped Hickling 108-3 record an impressive away win over newcomers Grantham 107-8 who return to the foot of the table.
Trophy Master Division E
A fine 75* from Paul Chadwick keeps Belvoir 136-1 at the summit of affairs with a comprehensive home win over Caythorpe 134-8. L Randell 66 & 4-25 from Rebecca King saw Kirkby Portland 178-6 condemn East Leake 114-10 to another defeat and are now well adrift at the bottom of the division. Mathew Evans 62* & 3-29 and Anthony Hall 4-31 both produced in the excellent win for Newark R&M 119-1 in the home win over West Bridgfordians 115-10. An excellent finish in which either side could have took the spoils saw Nott’s Unity 184-10 victorious by eight runs over Ruddington 176-10 as the runs made by Uneeb Zafar 68 and Mohammed Aleem 44 proved to be match winning scores. Wickets fell in rapid succession throughout the days play and in a tense finale where Sutton Bonington 74-8 nervously edged home in the away win over Underwood 73-10.
GB Bookkeeping Division F
Richard Stanton with 6-11 heaped more misery on Gotham as they capitulated to a score of 33-10 and Burton Joyce 34-2 bagged a twenty point haul to move into the top half of the table. Basford Mill 168-10 recorded an away win over Lenton Willoughby 98-10 despite the efforts from home side’s bowlers B Johnson 4-18 & J Wilkinson 5-32. M Isherwood 114  & S Taylor 81 and 3-35 both turned on the style for Flintham 271-5 in an away win over Ravenshead 169-10 in which J Tadd finished unbeaten on 90*. The trio of Ashley Graham 45 & 3-31, LLoyd Naake 40 and Justin Graham 4-47 combined together to see Lowdham 160-5 victorious over Wymeswold 157-8 in a final ball thriller. 
Bar Lane Community Sports Division G. 
A devastating spell of 5-8 from Baz Bailey ensured Gedling Colliery 169-7 stay in the promotion hunt after his efforts put Beeston & Toton 56-10 into all sorts of trouble. Kinoulton 161-8 stay as pacesetters with S Campbell 52 & 3-34 carrying them to victory over Carrington 138-10. Callum Daniels top scored with 45 to help West Bridgford Legion 145-8 come out on top with a narrow seven run win over Balderton. Assad Hussain 67, Nathan Jones 44, Sam Smith 32* & D Miller 4-33 all produced on the day as newly formed Fiskerton/Thurgarton 204-7 kept up there recent run of good form as they inflicted a heavy defeat upon Whatton & Aslockton 105-10. Kimberley’s home game with Young Lions was cancelled due to a wet wicket.
Turner Violins Division H
Saqib Shah with a fantastic spell of 4-8 bowled Clifton 80-4 to an impressive win over Calverton 76-10. A Culpin took 5-10 to reduce Chilwell to a total of 87-10 but then Bottesford slumped to 41-10 with U Khan 4-11, M Amjid 3-12 and S Hossain 3-2 doing the damage. Z.Akhtar 98, H.Khan 6-23 and K.Ali 4-24 all made amazing performances as Gedling & Sherwood 213-7 crushed opponents Long Eaton 45-10. Madni 146-8 came out on top in the match of the day against Stapleford 106-10 with the match winner being Hanzilla Siddique when taking 5-36. A strong team ethos was evident as Attenborough’s quartet of Colin McConnell 41, Finlay Meakin 77, Rich Henson 41* and Charlie Simkiss 3-22 all inputted into the victory over Southwell 138-10.
Carlton Car Centre Division J
A vital and what proved to be a match winning 43* from T Kerring carried Oxton 130-7 across the winning line as they overcame Basford Old Boys 129-7. J Guthrie 5-19, Ross Brown 48* & James Easom 46* were the heroes for Hucknall 120-2 in a strong team win over Keyworth 119-9. Once again Eddie Storr with 80* was the reason why Ruddington 115-0 were in dominating form after bowling out Cotgrave for 114 earlier in the afternoon. An excellent win for Woodborough 202-3 as James Watterson 83*, Andy Marsden 42 and Simon Harrison 3-2 all figured in the win over Ellerslie 127-7. Hoveringham were unable to raise a side in their away fixture at West Bridgfordians. 
King Stone Products Division K
Harvey Stone (under 14) 3-28 & P Mansfield 3-26 bowled Newark R&M 137-6 to victory over Caythorpe 136-10 despite a fine 50 from Simon Park. Blayne Riley 56 and 53 from John Aldred ensured Kimberley 213-6 controlled the match as they then restricted opponents Collingham to 95-6 in reply.Nouman Maqsood 62 and Humayun Baig 43* helped Poplars 196-5 to a twenty six run win over Farndon 170-5 who at least had the consolation of John Easom deservedly taking the man of the match award with his 64* & 3-20. Wollaton 136-10 came out in top after they then reduced Attenborough to 90-8 in reply.
Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L
The combination of William Street 42* & 4-25 and 45 from Matt Huskinson helped Basford Mill 127-4 to a routine win over Underwood 126-9. Neil Appadyrai 3-8 & Nick Bennet 3-11 turned defeat into victory as Chilwell 87-10 then bowled out opponents Bengal United for a measly total of 54. Old Dalby 301-8 continue to bulldoze opponents as Ben Wass top scored with 55 in their emphatic win over Radcliffe on Trent 159-10. A well-deserved 20 point haul was the reward for East Bridgford 163-9 with Adnan Mehmood 81, C Sapay 3-17 & Anser Mehmood 3-7 in an away victory over RHP 56-10. Thrumpton 84-6 had a few worries on their way to a four wicket win over Belvoir 83-10 with Sam Charlton taking 3-7.
Robert Whowell & Partners Division M
S. Leach 77*, L. Hartland 37 & Josh Kingsley 5-11 were the instigators of a fine win for Bingham 171-5 over Burton Joyce 42-10. Dylan Hughes took a wicket with his first ball in senior cricket but it was not enough to help West Bridgfordians 81-10 stave of defeat when chasing Hucknall’s total of 100-10 set earlier in which Alex Pavier hit 48*. In a low scoring game it was the 4-10 from Adrian Severn for Nott’s & Arnold 62-7 that proved to be conclusive in the win over Kirkby Portland 61-10. Lambley 121-9 dented the title challenge of previous leaders Nottingham Deaf 72-10 with Paul Mantle taking 6-26. Lowdham 186-7 replace them at the top of the table as T Austin 55, R Ramsey 48 & J Batterham 37 all figured in the win over Wymeswold 114-10.
Paul Grundell Division N
Matthew Plowright with 3-16 was the pick of the bowlers in Beeston & Toton 68-8 win over Newark 61-10 in a thrilling climax to the game. Nadeem Akhtar with 69 carried Ellerslie to a total of 109-6 but West Bridgford Legion 111-4 held their nerve with Robin Whitehead 31* seeing them home. Another nail biter saw Fiskerton/Thurgarton 83-8 stumble across the winning line after defeating Whatton & Aslockton 82-10 with S Alsop taking 4-17. Gedling & Sherwood 240-4 were in dominating for when inflicting a heavy defeat upon Nott’s & Arnold 92-10 with Tom Harris 46, Lezaz Ul-Hasn 42 Murray Wild 45, Martin Khado 73* & Josh Parnell 4-14 all playing their parts in the victory.

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Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 3rd June 2017

“Lawrence, Bosworth & Holmes make first class deliveries,”

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Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

A fine return of 6-37 helped restrict Plumtree to a total of 146-10 with James Doherty top scoring with 55 but then Ishy Jandu took 5-13 to bowl Attenborough out for only 88-10 in reply. The bottom two switch places as Belvoir 159-10 came out on top with a winning draw over Carrington 157-9 with Danny Gibson taking 5-34 whilst for the losers Gularlaz Sadaf took 5 catches and a stumping. D McKeown 50, N. Benson 63 & M. Burton 5-58 made the headlines for Gedling Colliery 225-7 in their win over Collingham 195-10 for whom Will Cousins starred with 31 & 5-41. Kimberley 207-7 keep the pressure on the leaders with Asif Haq 77, Tim Haines 4-30 & Josh Bembridge 5-48 all striking blows in the away win at Ellerslie 206-10 in which Hamish Moore top scored with 55. Another convincing win for leaders Wollaton 259-8 this time against Balderton 126-10 with Tim Young 79, David Barr 57, Mustafa Iqbal 5-35 & James Cox 3-25 all making contributions.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B 

Carrington 118-7 edged over the winning line by three wickets in a tense affair against Kirkby Portland 115-10 and this owed much to the bowling of Liqat Ali taking 4-40. In a low scoring game the performances by Neil Gregory 39*, Stephen Dockrell 42, Sam Humphries 4-26 & Shaun Stocks 3-49 turned the match in favour of Eastwood 119-6 in the home win over Wollaton 118-10 at The Breach. Calverton 100-4 take over top spot thanks to 5-32 from Billy Armstrong in the win over Long Eaton 99-10. Jawad Burney 58 & Sheriyar Aslam 5-31 both helped Nott’s Unity 119-5 to a fine home win against Clifton 118-10. Hoveringham 208-7 took a winning draw when returning home in the fixture against Southwell 147-9.

Rothera Sharp Division C.

Ben Ryder 68, Ben Shaw 53 & Ally Pettit 5-28 were the toast of the town as West Bridgfordians 156-10 closed the gap on the leaders with a fine away win over Beeston & Toton 100-10. Leaders Caythorpe 112-10 suffered a heavy home defeat at the hands of Gotham 184-9 as Paul Blatherwick 46, Steve Haworth 45 & Jezz Hale 4-12 all struck blows in the match. Matthew Brown with 65 and incredible figures of 5-0 from Aaman Singh helped Fiskerton & Thurgarton 147-10 inflict a heavy defeat on Farndon 50-10 although Alan Richardson did take 5-50 earlier in the days play. Take a bow Jonny Lawrence for the thirteen year old graduated with honours taking 7-51 for Gedling & Sherwood 168-8 in an electrifying encounter with Keyworth 167-10. Jordan Harbottle 64 was the main contributor for Radcliffe on Trent 121-10 in the home defeat at the hands of Hucknall 123-6 with Adam Scott taking 5-22.

Rex Gooding Division D

Matt Spencer 3-11, Dave Morris 2-6 & Alex Collins 2-5 were the bowlers who plunged Grantham to a miserable total of 46-10 and Bingham closed out the win finishing on 50-2. Pete Gooden with 65 and Mark Spibey took 7-31 but amazingly they both finished on the losing side as Bramcote 134-10 fell short when chasing East Bridgford’s earlier total of 162-10. A Scott 33, A Kitchen 34* D Sears 3-32 all assisted in close win for Collingham 148-9 over Plumtree 147-9. A trio of performances from Daniel Mather 38, Gareth Hayes 4-34 & Ifitkar Ahmed 4-33 were very significant in yet another close match as Gedling Colliery 118-10 inflicted a first defeat of the season on leaders Thrumpton 113-10. Ellerslie 125-6 enjoyed a fine away win when defeating Hickling 124-9.

Trophy Master Division E

Luke Randle 82* fought a one man battle but still failed as Kirkby Portland 107-10 fell well short in chasing down Belvoir’s total of 163-6 for whom Paul Gadd took 5-33. Richard Andrew with 5-31 helped Newark R&M 99-4 to an impressive win away at Ruddington 98-10 at Elms Park. The duo of Dave Appleby 4-27 and Jack Evans taking 5 catches provided the knockout blows as Sutton Bonington 166-10 handed out another defeat on bottom placed East Leake 89-9. Tom Chalkley 47, Mark Weston 69, Craig Smithurst 34* & Robert Flowerdew 3-26 all played a part in an emphatic win for Underwood 225-7 over Nott’s Unity 79-10. Kwesi Spencer with 51* along with 3-19 from Abi Khan saw West Bridgfordians 117-1 overpower Caythorpe 114-10.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

For the second time this season Tom Bosworth destroyed the opposition in taking 9-23 as Caunton were bowled out for only 43 and his Basford Mill side cruised home finishing on 44-4. Dan Barry 67* helped Wymeswold 107-1 to an easy away win over Burton Joyce 104-10. Lenton & Willoughby 240-2 were in dominant form as they disposed of Gotham 135-10 with Brian Johnson 84* & David Forde 77 both in fine form with the bat, one shining light for Gotham though was the 87 from Steve Hogg. The 55 from Jonathan Arthur proved conclusive in the win for Flintham 147-10 over home side Lowdham 114-10.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

B Buckley 123, C Walters 47 & K.Mozley 5-10 gave Kimberley 292-6 a resounding away win over Balderton 107-10. A fine all round team performance including efforts from Tony Downie 67*, Ben Smith 50 Tom Reilly 42*(26 balls), James Kirkham 5-5 & Steve Collington 4-28 gave Fiskerton & Thurgarton maximum points in a tremendous away win at Beeston & Toton 61-10. Veteran Monty Douglas again showed his class with a fine 92* along with 47 from both Shafiq Dad & Shez Iqbal this gave Carrington 247-6 the edge in what was a fantastic advertisement for local cricket in the win over Gedling Colliery 217-8. West Bridgford Legion 169-10 with J Walters 4-22 & A Austin 3-31 playing key roles helped the inflict defeat on Whatton & Aslockton 97-10 for whom both Ben Lambourne 34 & 3-35 & Jamie Lambourne 4-24 had given them a realistic chance earlier in the proceedings. T Holmes with 7-33 had seemed to have set up an easy victory as he helped bowl out Young Lions for only 77 but they struggled across the winning line as they finished on 81-7.  

Turner Violins Division H

A routine away win was set up with a fine spell of 6-35 by Andrew Pearson enabling Stapleford 82-3 to crush neighbours Attenborough 81-10. A five wicket win for Bottesford 101-5 was set up by the spells from Aaron Charlesworth 4-19 & Alisdair Culpin 3-29 in a home win over Southwell 100-10. A thrilling finish saw Chilwell 177-9 edge home by one wicket as they defeated Calverton 174-10. Craig Mellors, 76* & Dylan Barnes 4-14 combined to see Long Eaton 149-3 prove too strong for opponents Clifton 147-10. Gedling & Sherwood set a reasonable target of 195-9 and then Halder Khan bowed them to victory taking 4-25 in the win over Madni 123-10.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Ruddington 91-1 stay top when as they easily defeated bottom side Basford Old Boys 89-10 with Eddie Storr hitting 61*. Ian Graham hit 55 for West Bridgfordians 119-9 but Richard Wells 43 and five catches by keeper Ben Gathercole helped Cotgrave 120-5 gain a second win of the season. A rapid 55* from I Brown took Keyworth 99-4 home to victory over Ellerslie 95-10 to close the gap between them to just two points. Tom Rees with a finishing spell of 3-8 helped Hucknall 64-6 gain victory over Hoveringham 62-10. A nail biter of a game saw Oxton 138-9 close out the win by one wicket with Matt Clark 40 & Chris Graham 6-19 taking the plaudits after defeating Woodborough 135-10.

King Stone Products Division K

M Sugden 83 along with C Hogg 76 provided the ammunition as Collingham 249-5 proved too strong for hosts Great Dalby 131-10. Ewan Towle (U14) 35, Grahame McDonough 32, John Aldred 30*, Josh Fraser 30, Ben Turner (U13s) 3-27 & Andy Crouch 3-14 all showed in an all-round team performance as Kimberley 184-7 inflicted defeat upon Farndon 87-10. P Litchfield was the man of the match for Newark R&M 145-3 as his 84* guided them home against Attenborough 144-6. Nas Saleem 53, Asif Riaz 30 & Ed Eggeman 4 for 52 were the main contributors in the win for Wollaton 180-10 as they gained a home win over Poplars 130-10.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Tim Gilbertson 69, Andy Dann 3-33 & Dave Penford 3-40 took Belvoir 155-9 home to victory in a close finish against Basford Mill 144-9. T Woodcock 5-31 and W Gent 4-16 strengthened Old Dalby’s grip at the top of the table as they finished on 107-5 when defeating Chilwell 106-10. In form Jonathan Rye 74 continued his fine start to the season as Thrumpton 154-7 took the win over East Bridgford 118-10. Matt Thorley 4-12 and Jack Allan 4-18 both struck at the right time to enable Underwood 122-10 to gain victory over Radcliffe on Trent 77-10. In the battle of the newcomers it was RHP 167-8 who were victorious in defeating Bengal United with Alan Goode top scoring with 55*.   

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

The terrors of Titchfield Park came to haunt Hucknall as they were dismissed for a very poor total of just 15 with Ross Miller taking 6-6 as Lowdham 18-2 cruised home in just 5 overs. A convincing win for Lambley 190-9 was set up by 77* by Jake Bircumshaw and enforced by Patrick Anderson with 5-17 in the home win over Bingham 57-10. 52* from Richard Simpson after an earlier spell of 4-30 from Dale Reeve saw Burton Joyce 104-3 take the spoils in an away win over Nott’s & Arnold 102-10. Rick Matthans 41* proved to be the match winning innings as Wymeswold 180-6 defeated Kirkby Portland 100-7.

Paul Grundell Division N

Fiskerton & Thurgarton 77-10 must have feared the worst at the interval but the game was turned on its head by Ashwin Kakkanattu Jose 9.4-3-6-8 & Neil Smith 10-5-4-16 as they bowled out Beeston & Toton for 40-10 in reply. Robin Whitehead 68 helped West Bridgford Legion to a total of 156-6 and Ryan Robinson finished things off when taking 3-27 in the away win over Gedling & Sherwood 144-10. A tie in every sense of the word saw both Newark R&M & Keyworth finish on 163-8 with Sam Baker hitting the highest score of the match with 55. Whatton & Aslockton 61-16 sneaked across the finishing post when defeating Nott’s & Arnold 60-10 in bowler friendly conditions.