Gary Edginton Report

weekly report 19-8-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE.

 

WEEKLY REPORT 19th August 2017

“Bhaker runs riot as Iqbal spins his web to return Wollaton to the Premier League”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Wollaton 238-3 were crowned champions after an emphatic win over Attenborough 78-10 the win was set up by Daniel Andrew 106*, Dave Barr 45 & Tim Young 44 and then was finished off in style with the combination of Mustafa Iqbal 6-43 and James Cox who took 4-23. Carrington 261-5 were convincing winners over Belvoir 115-10 with Saqlain Bazmi hitting 149 and an all-round performance from Zahir Ahmed 45 & 5-30. Oliver Dyson 55, Will Cousins 58* & David Pipes 4-25 helped Collingham 208-8 to a home success over Plumtree 124-10. Ellerslie 149-1 consolidated second spot in the league as they ran out winners away at Gedling Colliery with Hamish Moore 57* John Wakeling 57* and 4-48 from Dan Footit whilst Rhys Hayes with 62 starred for the hosts. 57 from Ian Sellars could not save Balderton 188-6 from slipping to defeat at the hands of Kimberley 189-5 for whom Matt Dean hit an undefeated 102*

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Robert Sheard 92* helped Kirkby Portland to a respectable total of 184-5 but high flying Carrington 182-6 ran winners being seen home to victory by A Khalil with 53*. A devastating spell of 7-36 from Ryan Cuthbert enabled Long Eaton 133-5 complete a fine victory over Hoveringham 129-8. F Azie 50, T Mahmoud 42 & I Ul-Haq 4-45 all figured in the win for Nott’s Unity 174-7 against Southwell 173-10 and although C Miller hit 77 the side’s relegation was confirmed with this result. Clifton 177-10 remain in pole position with two games to go after gaining a winning draw over Wollaton 143-9 who had Callum Brown taking 5-34. Calverton 191-10 kept alive their own chances of promotion with a win over Eastwood who have to face the top two in the fight to stay up after a match winning effort from Calverton’s  Billy Armstrong 61 and 5-37.

Rothera Sharp Division C

Caythorpe 95-4 kept alive their slim chances of promotion with a win over relegated Beeston & Toton 94-10 with 54 from Cav King which followed up the 3-3 from Ashley Daffin. Gotham 157-10 remain in the dogfight for survival after slipping to defeat at the hands of Fiskerton & Thurgarton 161-2 with Dan Jones 62* Colin Cliff 55* Aaman Singh 4-49 & Andy Laughton 3-39 al enjoying fine end of season performances. The trio of Mohammed Akeel 50, Nadeem Abbas 38* & Hussnain Shaukat 6-39 were the match winners for Gedling & Sherwood 117-4 in a home win over Keyworth 116-10. Farndon 242-4 gave their hopes of saving themselves from relegation a massive boost with a fine win over Hucknall 238-4 with Martyn Hill hitting 96 which followed up 64 from Tim Buckthorpe, they now play the two side immediately above them hoping to pull of an amazing escape. Champions West Bridgfordians 90-3 came away with another win when overcoming Radcliffe on Trent 89-10 as Chris Watkins, Stuart Plant & Kulvern Kandola all took three wickets apiece.

Rex Gooding Div D

A narrow win keeps the promotion push by Bottesford 162-7 on track with a win over Collingham 157-7 as Jake Hutchinson top scored with 74. With a game in hand on all the other contenders Ellerslie 201-6 also keep in touch after a fine win over Gedling Colliery 92-10 with Alex Gasper 88*, Ryan Duggan 52, Chiraag Gandhi 4-20 and Charlie Taylor 4-22 all stepping up to the plate. 5-16 including a hat trick from Jacob Horne saw Bingham 49-1 cruise home after dismantling already relegated Grantham 47-10. J Manton 3-37, G Read 3-35 & K Carter 3-13 supplied the wickets as their side Plumtree 144-9 dented the promotion push of Hickling 141-10 to win by three runs. Bramcote’s escape is still alive after they posted 145-8 they bowled opponents Thrumpton out for 141-10 with Pete Gooden 65, Mark Spibey 3-30 & Kit Patel 3-37 taking the plaudits.

Trophy Master Division E

40* from Dan Wilson steered Belvoir 99-1 to a convincing home win over Kirkby Portland 96-10. In the relegation battle it was victory and survival for Underwood 167-10 in the win that condemned Caythorpe 103-10 to the drop as Tom Chalkley 79*, Dave Naylor 4-24 &  Matt Thorley 3-34 all hit form at the right time as did Ian Hart with 51. Champions Newark R&M 118-0 show no signs of taking their foot of the gas as J Harlingen took 6-23 in his sides win over Nott’ Unity 117-10. Fahad Amin 4-18 and 47 took Ruddington to the runners up position with an emphatic away win over Sutton Bonington 112-10. West Bridgfordians 128-2 inflicted defeat and relegated opponents East Leake 127-10 with J Sheard 50* and J Grimes 41* seeing them home to victory.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Caunton 102-3 took maximum point and ended the promotion hopes of Basford Mill 100-10 as firstly Nathan Suiter took 4-15 and then Fergus Lowe hit 41 in his side’s victory. Ian Staples, 74*, Luke Porter 50*, Sam Blacknall 80 and then Justin Graham took 4-0 as Lowdham 266-4 cruised to victory against Gotham 41-10. In the battle of the top two it was second placed Wymeswold 100-2 that took the spoils with ease in the win over title favourites Flintham 97-10 as Harry Bowley hit 57* that followed up a spell from Jack Shelton of 5-20.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

Balderton 142-4 gained an important win when they overcame visitors Fiskerton & Thurgarton 140-8 as Sam Ross hit 62 and Josh Tranter took 3-32. In an incredible match Carrington & West Bridgford Legion were both dismissed for 58-10 as bowlers from both sides controlled affairs those being Naz Ali 4-9, Nash Khan 3-9, Adam Austin 4-12 and John Walters 3-17as the match ended in a tie. Kimberley 151-10 took a giant stride towards the title with a resounding win over Gedling Colliery who were destroyed compiling just 26-10. Hot on the leaders heels are Young Lions 334-3 as Harry Bhaker hit a glorious 180* and Ravi Digwa followed it up with 4-27 in the win over Kinoulton 172-10. Jamie Lambourne 83, Max Wilson 3-4 and Ben Gregory 3-14 gave home side Whatton & Aslockton 207-10 a convincing home win over bottom of the table Beeston & Toton 43-10.

Turner Violins Division H

Sam Henson 42 & 3-26 gave a good account of himself for Attenborough 197-8 in the home win over local rivals Long Eaton 99-10. The pair of S William 43 and N Zafar 40 took Chilwell to a score of 196-7 and they defended that score as Southwell finished on 144-8 at the close. Bottesford 199-8 gave themselves a fighting chance in the run-in and with this win they also virtually ended opponents Clifton 71-10 chances of going up as A Morley 98, W Seymore 44 and S Silverwood 5-22 all played key roles. In the title decider it was dominated from start to finish as Madni 221-9 overwhelmed Gedling & Sherwood 58-8 and they now need just seven points from their remaining two games to claim the silverware. Gordon Pearson 42*, Alan Pearson 3-14 and Andrew Pearson 4-28 helped Stapleford 99-5 to a home win over Calverton 98-10.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Ben Johnson hit an unbeaten 124* and Sam Tyson 67 to guide Woodborough to an impressive 251-5 in an away win over Hoveringham 197-8 for whom Steve Campbell top scored with 59. Max Thompson with 5-6 took Hucknall 85-3 one step closer to the title with a convincing home win over Basford Old Boys 84-8. Phil Davey 40, Gagan Sehmbi 39*,Umair Aziz 36* and not forgetting the spell earlier from Luke Greenwood of 3-31 saw Ellerslie 139-2 victorious in the away encounter against Keyworth 138-10. Ruddington 236-3 are within touching distance of promotion with this comfortable home win as yet again the run machine Eddie Storr  crashed 129  and along with Ben Johnson 60 & Dave McKevitt 4-28 it proved too much for opponents West Bridgfordians 161-10 who half centuries from both A Lamb 55 & L Marchant 52.

King Stone Products Division K

S Scott  56 and R Yardwood-Paintel with 42 helped Collingham 148-3 gain an away win over Bramcote 142-9 for whom Adam Reddish hit 61. Caythorpe suffered automatic relegation as they were unable to raise a side against lowly Farndon. In going down to defeat Kimberley 130-8 have virtually ended their hopes of promotion as Attenborough 134-4 closed out the win with Carl Knight hitting 61. Joe Smith 80, Shaz Butt 35* and  James Mackay with 3-57 helped Newark R&M 191-5 to a home win over Great Dalby 183-6 for whom L Harrison hit 79. Humain Baig 44 and V Thota 30 & 3-10 threw the title race wide open as they inspired the win for Poplars 176-10 over leaders Wollaton 113-10.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Mark Ebb 56, Adam Walker 107* and a fine return by Dave Penford of 5-22 gave Belvoir an impressive away win over Basford Mill 107-10. Bengal United 56-2 move into second spot and replace Old Dalby 52-10 as the pair of Jahid Hasan 5-16 and Mohammed Mollah 4-18 bowled superbly. East Bridgford 138-9 stay top with a seventeen run win over Chilwell 121-10 and the 55 from Simon Pringle proved to be the defining innings of the day as Anser Mehmood 3-19 and Ameer Shah 3-34 delivered the knockout blows. John Croasdale (15) 73 and team mate James Booth 32 and 3-23 starred for Radcliffe on Trent 165-6 in the win over Thrumpton 145-10 who were indebted to the consistent J Rye who hit 72. Two excellent all-round performances were the highlight in the clash which saw C Lightly 60* & 5-15 star for victors Underwood 142-10 over RHP 124-9 in which J Goode hit 35* and took 5-37.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Paul Mantle with a career best 6-16 and Jake Bircumshaw 4-8 helped Lambley 30-2 demolish home side Bingham for a low score of just 29-10 which sees them slip to the bottom of the table. Hucknall 102-7 remain top with an away win over Burton Joyce 97-10 with Mike Rees 67*, Tom Rees 4-26 and Alex Pavier 3-15 making significant contributions. Dale Rippey 78 and Andy Seager 61 starred with the bat for Lowdham 222-3 in their home win over Kirkby Portland 83-10. Nottingham Deaf 129-6 still are tracking the leaders after an away win over Nott’s & Arnold 72-10 with performances from both Ravi Hundal 44 & Andy Rowe 3-14. Richard Bowley hit 38 in the win for Wymeswold 146-8 over West Bridgfordians 100-8 as the sides switch positions as a result of this game.

Paul Grundell Division N

Neil Smith 5-18 and Niall Scott who took 3 catches helped Fiskerton & Thurarton 88-10 to a low scoring win over Nott’s & Arnold 50-10 who had a fine return made by Haider Mahmood of 4-10. Gedling & Sherwood 117-8 gained a narrow win thanks to the trio of Jamie Davies 33, Aftab Ahmed 4-37 and Matt Tagg (13yrs) 2-7 as they overcame Keyworth 113-10 who themselves had three performances of note those being Will Bennett 54*, Henry Horne (16yrs) 3-25 and Ben Widdowson (14yrs) 3-24. Reuben Straker 78, Chris Tall 39*, Matt Andrew 4-11 and Sam Baker 3-10 took Newark R&M 168-6 to an impressive home win over Whatton & Aslockton 56-10. Beeston & Toton were unable to raise a side in the away fixture at West Bridgford Legion.

weekly report 12-8-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE.

 

WEEKLY REPORT 12th August 2017

“It’s a funny old game as Greaves scores for Old Dalby”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

A brilliant century from Duncan Mckeown 134 and contributions from D O Brien 73 Rhys Hayes 57* & 3-23 and Akif Farooq 3-15 gave Gedling Colliery 318-4 a fine victory over relegation candidates Balderton 75-10 who now have to face the top three sides over the run in. Belvoir 198-10 gained a winning draw over Attenborough 149-5 with Joe Bottemley taking 5-29 whilst Jai Jandu returned the best figures of the match taking 6-31. Ellerslie 199-2 took maximum points with a convincing home win over Carrington 198-7 with Suman Shrestha 65*, John Wakeling 41, Richard Harris 53* and a fine return by Kane Wilson of 4-56 whilst S Bazmi hit 57 for the visitors. A fine all-round team performance gave Kimberley 273-9 a winning draw over Plumtree 204-4 who had Paul White 82* hitting the top score of the match. Wollaton 134-8 are now just one win away from securing the title with both Tim Young 45 and Mustafa Iqbal 6-31 figuring in the win whilst David Pipes took 5-35 for Collingham 75-10.  

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Clifton 235-7 remain top by just one point after gaining a winning draw over fellow promotion candidates Calverton 146-9 with L Brazier hitting 78 and bowlers P Macmillan 4-32 and H Ali 3-39 striking. Hot on the heels of the leaders are Carrington 154-7 with a home win over Southwell 151-10 as Z Ahmed hit 51 and S Khalil along with S Arshad took three wickets apiece but the pick of the bowlers on the day was the ever reliable Steve Wright with 5-25. Kirkby Portland 84-1 romped to an impressive win away at Eastwood 83-10 as A Severn with 4-34 tore into the home side’s batting line up and the win sees the two side’s two points apart in the relegation battle. Will Rattray 67, Richard Milner 67* & Callum Brown 7- 81 were the stand out performers for Wollaton 247-7 in the win over Hoveringham 207-10 who themselves had notable performances from both Mike Cupit 55 and 4-85 & Daniel North 48. Long Eaton 181-7 gained victory as they overcame the 176-10 set by hosts Nott’s Unity 176-10 a fine 48 from Tom Pepper was followed up with 6-54 from Andy Edge.

Rothera Sharp Division C

4-23 by Josh Mills which followed 60 from Thomas Booth enabled Radcliffe on Trent 228-9 to gain victory over Caythorpe 110-10 to dent the host’s promotion push. Steve Cardy 54, N Abbass 30, H Khan 4-16 & Ozzy Qayyum 4-60 all featured in the win for Gedling & Sherwood 176-8 over Farndon 174-10 for whom Martyn Hill top scored with 41. Hucknall 201-7 pull clear in second spot with a fine away win over Gotham 88-10 with the youthful Tim Buckthorpe hitting 54. A 155 third wicket partnership from Sam Foster 112 and Dhruv Shahi 51 saw Keyworth gain a winning draw over Beeston & Toton 137-8 as the consistent Andrew Burrell top scored with 45. Promotion was assured in the win for West Bridgfordians 116-1 over Fiskerton & Thurgarton 115-10 and the bowler causing the damage was Stuart Plant with 6-21 and Ben Shaw followed it up with 51* to start the celebrations.

Rex Gooding Div D

T Spawton 4-10 and J Playle 3-17 threw the promotion race wide open as leaders Bingham were bowled out for 48-10 when chasing Hickling’s 98-10 on what seemed to be a bowler friendly wicket. R Shah 44*, Dean Parkes 3-28 and 4-28 from Alex Bullivant helped Bramcote 183-8 to a home win over Thrumpton 133-10. J Ward 60* & 5-19 from A Charlesworth were the two performances that helped Bottesford 104-3 secure a fine away win over Collingham 100-10. Ellerslie 104-2 strode to an away victory over East Bridgford 100-10 to keep the host’s deep in the relegation dogfight. A fine spell of bowling from Nathan Burton 4-17 heaped more misery upon Grantham 46-10 and Gedling Colliery closed out victory finishing on 48-0 in reply.

Trophy Master Division E

Shack Taj took 5-12 to help secure the win for Nott’s Unity 134-10 over host’s East Leake 106-10 for whom Ashley Mace hit an unbeaten 54*. Newark R&M 87-3 secured promotion with a convincing home win over Caythorpe 83-10 with bowlers Richie Andrew 4-6 and Craig Drury 3-41 stamping their authority on the game. Ruddington 228-6 remain in second spot with the trio of Yaqoob Khan 51*and 3-47,Ajmal Farooq 49 & Shahzad Naheem 5-40 all combining in the win over West Bridgfordians 178-9 who had Ian Huskinson hitting 51. R Denton took 6-50 for Belvoir 96-10 but failed in the pursuit of the 157-10 set by Underwood in which S Naylor hit 43. Kirkby Portland failed to raise a side in the game against Sutton Bonington.  

GB Bookkeeping Division F

7-25 from Tom Bosworth condemned Gotham 37-10 to relegation as Basford Mill 40-1 ran out comfortable winners. James Lawson with 3-16 was the stand out bowler in the win for Burton Joyce 112-6 over Caunton 111-10.  S Sanders 5-29 & A Shelton 3-17 both featured for Wymeswold 70-1 in the fine away win over Lenton & Willoughby 69-10. Justin Graham 53, Inam Malik 5-35 and Bill Austin with 3-33 saw Lowdham 177-9 come away with a victory over Ravenshead 115-10 despite a fine 54 from Damian Eite.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

A Superb 159* from Nazakat Ali helped Carrington to a total of 257-3 and opponents Beeston & Toton were confirmed as relegated when being dismissed for 122-10 in reply. A maiden century from Tom Reilly 106 and Asad Hussein with 51 helped Fiskerton & Thurgarton 225-4 inflict a heavy defeat upon Gedling Colliery 135-9. Leaders Kimberley 101-1 edged closer to promotion with Luke Tantum 70, Connor Richardson 4-38 and Blayne Riley 5-28 all starring in the win over Whatton & Aslockton 100-10. Rob Rhoades took 5-15 to see West Bridgford Legion 63-4 home in the win over Kinoulton 62-10. Ravi Digwa 3-24 Bhuvanesh Sankaran 3-16 and Aneil Singh with 37 guided Young Lions 104-3 to a home win over Balderton 103-10.

Turner Violins Division H

47 from David Paine proved to be of immense value as Bottesford 160-7 gave their chances of survival a boost with a home win over Attenborough 116-10. Although Graham Waghorn hit 91* and Jarrod Bell 50 their side Calverton 191-4 fell to defeat and are relegated and winners Madni 192-6 now need just one more win to ensure promotion. Southwell 153-9 also suffered the agony of the drop when falling to defeat at the hands of Stapleford 172-7 with G Pearson 41 and Alan Pearson 4-18 doing the damage, one has to feel sorry for Sam Toothill who drove 130 miles to play in the game only to be run out for just 2 runs. Josh Last 57* and Hussain Shaukat 4-13 delivered the blows for Gedling & Sherwood 107-2 in the win over Clifton 103-10. Chilwell 158-10 defeated neighbours Long Eaton 75-10 with a fine spell from Waleed Khan when taking 6-11.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Andy Cowlard 39*, J Singh 4-19 and T Rock with 4-6 saw Keyworth 160-7 inflict defeat upon already relegated Basford Old Boys 64-10.  Finlay Hulbert 4-10 was the pick of the bowlers on show in the win for Ellerslie 94-8 over Oxton 79-10. West Bridgfordians 149-10 had Joe McLoughlin 71 and Tim Martin 51 in fine form but leaders Hucknall 151-7 were seen home to victory by Ross Brown with 69. Woodborough 126-8 keep the top two in their sights with a home win over second placed Ruddington 105-10 and have two games in hand over both rivals.

King Stone Products Division K

C. Knight 44* and T Benton with 47 set up the win with an unbeaten third wicket partnership for Attenborough 107-2 over Bramcote 106-9. Veeranjaneyulu Thota 55* and team mate Abdul Wahid Shah 3-35 were the inspiration behind the win for Poplars 162-9 over relegation threatened Caythorpe for whom special mention must go to Fynn Purnell (13 years) who scored 56 and took 3-32. Alan Richardson 4-17 starred with the ball for Farndon 102-6 in the win over Collingham 100-8. The trio of J Picker 54, M Child 47 & N Sunderland 3-39 gave a morale boosting win for Great Dalby 158-4 in the home win over promotion contenders Kimberley 155-9. Newark R&M 136-7 closed the gap on leaders Wollaton 132-8 with 67 from Peter Litchfield.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

East Bridgford 201-10 stay on top with an away victory over Belvoir 178-8 in which Ameer Shah 39 & 3-27 Adnan Mehmood 57 and Ali Altaf 32 all featured. Seventeen year old James Bennett hit 100* but Radcliffe on Trent 176-7 still fell to defeat when home side Chilwell crossed the winning line finishing on 180-8 with five balls to spare. Old Dalby amassed 332-7 with W Gent 58, T Driver 49, R Herrick 40 and man of the match D Greaves 84 & 6-34 in the home win over Underwood 128-10. RHP 168-6 were convincing winners over Basford Mill 47-10 as Paul Matthew finished agonisingly on 99*. Thrumpton were unable to raise a side in the match with Bengal United.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Mike Rees 84* and Paul Whyley 44* guided Hucknall 158-3 to a fine win at home to Bingham 155-7. Lambley 157-10 proved too strong for visitors West Bridgfordians 63-10 with Paul Mantle taking 4-24. Nottingham Deaf 231-6 handed out a comprehensive defeat upon Lowdham 106-10 with Oliver Wilcox 100, Jordan Slater 40, Richard Wolfe 38, Andy Rowe 4-20 & Richard Johnson 3-29 all playing key roles. Tim Clamp took 3-10 in the win for Wymeswold 59-5 as they entertained visitors Nott’s & Arnold 58-10.

Paul Grundell Division N

Kelvin Rathore with 3-6 saw Ellerslie 55-2 remain on top of the division as they defeated Beeston & Toton 54-10. Chris Clayton 32 & 3-14 starred for Fiskerton & Thurgarton 141-8 in the away victory over Keyworth 139-10 for whom Henry Horne took 3-13. The quartet of D Walters 36, A Walters 36, S Maitra 31* & L Marks 3-13 took West Bridgford Legion 166-6 to the win that keeps them hot on the heels of the leaders when defeating Nott’s & Arnold 79-10. Whatton & Aslockton were unable to raise a side in the fixture against Gedling & Sherwood.

Weekly report 05-08-2017

Written by gary edginton. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE.

WEEKLY REPORT 5th August 2017

“Noall & Hasan in seventh heaven”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

P Bhabra 37 & 3-22 along with 4-34 from A Sandhu gave a much needed win for Attenborough 114-5 over high flying Kimberley 113-10. Carrington 201-8 consolidated their mid table position with a win over Balderton 131-10 with S Bazmi 51, Gemaal Hussain 37* & Gulraiz Sadaf 6-30 all playing key roles in the win. 100 from Hamish Moore and 5-51 taken by Peter Vladev cemented Ellerslie 212-8 into second spot with a winning draw over Collingham 134-9. 67 by Darren Bicknell helped Belvoir to a total of 189-10 but Akif Farooq 4-61 and Rhys Hayes 4-36 took the wickets in the win for Gedling Colliery 193-6 in which Ammar Khan hit 91 and James Barnes 56 despite a fine spell from Belvoir’s Dan Gibson of 5-49. Wollaton 176-8 edged closer to the title after dismantling opponents Plumtree 42-10 with Mustafa Iqbal taking 5-6.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Hasnan Nasir hit 104 for Carrington 235-6 in the winning draw over fellow promotion contenders Calverton 180-7. A Hart 88, B Moore 3-31 were the double act that saw an easy win for Clifton 243-4 dec over Kirkby Portland 111-10. Ryan Cuthbert 4-33 and Terah Pearce Kieron Hooley with 4-35 looked to have put Eastwood 122-10 under pressure but Jack Wyer then took 4-26 to dismiss hosts Long Eaton for 98-10 in reply. Ben Lee 75 top scored for Hoveringham 197-6 but in form Nott’s Unity 198-6 took the win to join the promotion chase in earnest. Dev McCarthy hit 64 for Southwell 135-8 but visitors Wollaton 139-3 were seen home by W Rattray 58 that backed up the 4-41 taken by A Riaz

Rothera Sharp Division C

Beeston & Toton 96-5 gave their hopes of survival a massive boost with Tom Fullwood taking 4-49 in the win over Fiskerton & Thurgarton 92-10. West Bridgfordians 110-14 still head affairs with an away win of Caythorpe 107-10 as Stuart Plant took 4-11 to set up the win. Paul Blatherwick with 58 followed a fine spell from Jez Hale taking 5-49 that saw victory for Gotham 152-5 over Gedling & Sherwood 150-10. A stand out performance from Dhruv Shahi 59* & 4-25 decided the match between Keyworth 228-7 against hosts Hucknall 117-10. A quartet of fine performances from Tom Johnson 58, Alex O'Dowd 55*, Joe Wilcox 51 and Jordan Harbottle 48 & 4-20 saw Radcliffe on Trent 247-4 gain a winning draw over Farndon 180-9 as Ian Robinson hit a defiant 82*.

Rex Gooding Div D

31 from Dean Parkes backed up the spells of 4-18 from Richard Hanrahan and 3-9 by Mark Spibey in the closest of victories for Bramcote 108-9 over Collingham 107-10 for whom A Shaw took 4-26. Tim Snapes 109*, Alex Collins 3-27 and Tom Rudman 4-16 were responsible in taking Bingham 209-7 to a convincing away win over Ellerslie 100-10. J Hutchinson with 30 & 4-14 enabled Bottesford 224-4 to a comprehensive away win over Plumtree 89-10 as they switch positions in the table. Hickling 106-2 not only gave their chances of promotion a huge lift they also dented rivals Thrumpton 100-10 as Ian Fisher 58*, Harvey Fenwick 5-16 and Tom Spawton 4-27 turned the screw. East Bridgford 79-3 returned home victorious when defeating bottom side Grantham 76-10.

Trophy Master Division E

C Drury 3-24 and M Evans 3-34 bowled leaders Newark R&M 152-9 to victory in an away win over Belvoir 126-10. A superb 104 from Ian Lane was the highlight in the win for Caythorpe 206-5 but they were given a scare as Robert Shead hit 64 and James Wood 68 in Kirkby Portland’s score of 201-6 in reply. Shiraz Kayani 60, Mohammed Mehmud 49 and Shahzad Naheem 4-19 guided Ruddington 164-10 to a home win over neighbours East Leake 103-7. Nott’s Unity 187-5 gained an impressive away win at Sutton Bonington 70-10 with Arslan Shak 51, Mohammed Nisson 37, Naser Hussain 38* and Shakeel Taj 4-19 all figuring during the match at some point. 54* from Craig Smithurst was not enough to stave off defeat for Underwood 144-8 as hosts West Bridgfordians 146-4 were seen home by Peter O'Donoghue 39* and Anthony Orange 32.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Dan Barry 4-12 and Sam Sanders 6-19 heaped more misery upon Gotham 33-10 as Wymeswold 35-0 took maximum points. Tim Pilkington took 6-28 but the saw his Lenton & Willoughby side collapse to 47 all out as John Noall took 7-16 for victors Lowdham 134-9. D Smith 65, J Lawson 3-27 and A Hussain 3-27 were the main contributors in the win for Burton Joyce 133-9 over Ravenshead 132-9 as the game was decided with just two deliveries remaining. Caunton were unable to raise a side in the fixture at Flintham.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

Winning with three balls to spare were Balderton 186-5 as Sam Ross 75 S. Barnett 45* & E Tranter 4-43 all performed in the home win over Whatton & Aslockton 185-10. Shez Iqbal 4-5 & Nash Khan 3-16 bowled Carrington 96-6 to a home win over Young Lions 95-10 in this low scoring encounter. 50* from J Griffiths proved to be a match winner for Kimberley 135-5 as they returned home victorious when overcoming Fiskerton & Thurgarton 134-6. Zed Rahman 35 and youngster Sam King (14 yrs) 3-2 took Gedling Colliery 107-8 to a close win over West Bridgford Legion 106-10. Adam Plumbley hit 69 for Beeston & Toton 158-8 but they fell short when chasing the 160-8 made by Kinoulton in which Steve Harling hit 60.

Turner Violins Division H

James Binnie took 4-36 in the low scoring match for Attenborough 109-7 in the home win over Calverton 108-10. A glorious 95* form Dave Allen stood out as Bottesford 148-4 enjoyed a home win over Long Eaton 144-5. Saqib Shah 4-12 and Palwak Marjan 3-31 starred with the ball in the win for Clifton 120-10 as they defeated Chilwell 100-10. Madni 147-9 had Adnan Siddique taking 4-21 in their home win over Southwell 66-10 despite the efforts of Matt Clarke when taking 5-27 earlier in the afternoon. G Dawson 30*, Alan Pearson 4-12 & Andrew Pearson 4-23 which included a hat trick helped Stapleford 66-2 hand out a resounding defeat upon Gedling & Sherwood 64-10.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Adam Brown 52, Andy Wagstaff 37, Charlie Finch 5-16 & Anthony Beastall 4-7 all performed creditably in the win gained by Hucknall 167-7 over Ellerslie 76-10 at Titchfield Park. George Lees with 54 took West Bridgfordians 130-3 to victory over Keyworth 129-8. Mark Groom took a fine 5-30 to reduce Ruddington to 73-10 but in reply Oxton struggled themselves being bowled out for 62-10 with Harry Johnson 5-32 and Joe Smith 3-16 doing the damage. Basford Old Boys failed to raise a side in the fixture against Hoveringham.

King Stone Products Division K

Wollaton 129-9 remain top with J Bajara 3-21 and Z Shahid 3-28 bowling them into prime position in the win over Farndon 64-10. Ben Turner 4-38 and Andy Crouch with 3-24 helped Kimberley 111-5 inflict defeat on visitors Caythorpe 110-10 for whom Carl Henshaw hit 44 and Harry Lane 34. J Curtis 36, S Butt 37*, M Leggett 38* and a fine return by J Mckay 6-43 saw Newark R&M 145-3 victors over visiting Bramcote 144-9. V. Thota 47 & 3-11, Nouman Maqsood 36 and Abdul Shah 3-33 gave Poplars 173-8 a narrow two wicket win over Collingham 170-10 for whom C Fisher hit 60, Attenborough v Great Dalby was cancelled due to a wet outfield.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

W Khalil 60 and Tom Bosworth 6-36 helped Basford Mill 168-9 record a home win over Old Dalby 127-10 despite an unbeaten 46* from W Gent. Maqsood Ahmad  42 and Neil Appadurai 4-12 to Chilwell 92-7 to a thrilling win over Thrumpton 91-9 for whom Jonty Rye hit 43. Jahid Hasan with 7-14 ripped the heart out of opposition batting line up for Bengal United 23-0 as East Bridgford were tumbled out for just 22-10. M Thorley 4-25 and B Chalkey 3-15 helped Underwood 69-4 to a home win over Belvoir 68-10 and in the process give themselves a chance of escaping the dreaded drop. Radcliffe on Trent were unable to raise a side in the fixture against RHP.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

L Briggs 49 top scored for Bingham 113-10 but they fell short in chasing down the 135-7 set by Kirkby Portland as Adrian Severn took 3-2 and Owen Thomas Burton 3-19. Dale Reeve 4-15 and Leon Johnson (14) with 3-24 grabbed victory for Lambley 105-10 as Burton Joyce fell four runs short finishing on 101-9. Graham Caudwell 50* and an excellent 5-18 from Ian Dowell saw Hucknall 123-4 gain an away win over Nott’s & Arnold 116-10. Luke Essex 41* and 3-17 from Simon Winarski helped West Bridgfordians 88-2 inflict a heavy defeat upon Lowdham 87-10. Rik Matthems 42, Graham Barry 34 & Andy Matthews 4-17 combined together in the home win for Wymeswold 111-7 over Nottingham Deaf 91-10

Paul Grundell Division N

An unbeaten 106 from Nadeem Akhtar was the backbone innings in the win for Ellerslie 195-5 dec as they then dismissed Nott’s & Arnold for 65-10 in reply. Prashant Khanna took 5-10 as Gedling & Sherwood 35-2 ran out convincing winners over Beeston & Toton 34-10. In tricky batting conditions the 30 made by R Turner proved decisive as Fiskerton & Thurgarton 137-5 ran out winners over Newark R&M 136-6. Whatton & Aslockton failed to raise a side in the game against Keyworth

Weekly report 29-07-17

Written by gary edginton. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE.

WEEKLY REPORT 29nd July 2017

“First Class deliveries made by Sisson, Armstrong & Hudson”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Collingham 245-4 gained a winning draw over Attenborough 151-6 with both Seb Mendhausen 71 and Jack Copley 61 finding good form with the bat as did Dom Harvey with 63 to earn his team the losing draw bonus points. Wollaton 163-8 took another step towards the title when also gaining a winning draw with help from Ian Todd 39, Dan Andrew 36 & Mustafa Iqbal 4-32 against Belvoir 129-9 for whom Darren Bicknell took 5-45. Gulraz Sadaf 103* S Bazmi 64, Germaal Hussain 3-39 and Kamani Gregory 4-39 were the quartet of performances in the win for Carrington 261-5 over Gedling Colliery 182-10 for whom  Richard Beaumont with 73* was their highest scorer. Ellerslie 157-9 & Kimberley 155-6 flip flop positions as Suman Shrestha 63, Hamish Moore 47 and Peter Vladev with 3-40 secured the Little Bounds outfit a winning draw. Balderton 210-3 put further distance between themselves and the bottom two after defeating Plumtree 209-7 the win was secured by a fine 103 from S Ryder and 46 from I Sellars.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

A fantastic return of 8-45 from Billy Armstrong set up the win for Calverton 92-6 and was completed with 42 by Darren Wright as they overcame Kirkby Portland 89-10 and sees them top the division once again. S Aslam 50, M Itesham 36 & N Ghani who took 5-52 saw Nott’s Unity 194-10 defeat former leaders Carrington 179-10 for whom A Janjua hit a fine 70. Paul Macmillan hit a gutsy 91 to help Clifton 218-10 record a winning draw over Hoveringham 191-5 in which Stuart Walton hit 108 to back up the 5-49 from Mark Melbourne. Kieron Cooke with an unbeaten 45* steered Long Eaton 100-2 to a comfortable away win over Southwell 96-10. A vital 38 from Stuart Hill guided Eastwood 133-8 to victory over Wollaton 129-7 as the two sides both lie just above the drop zone.

 Rothera Sharp Division C

In reply to Beeston & Toton’s score of 111-10 in which only Tom Fullwood 44 and Mark Walsh 38 reached double figures their opponents Radcliffe on Trent 115-8 seemed to be strolling to victory at 76-1 and were indebted to the 52 from Joe Wilcox in the win which followed the 7-23 from Stuart Mills. A brilliant unbeaten 101 from Dave Newby took Fiskerton&Thurgarton to a score of 191-6 as they successfully chased visitors Farndon score of 187-10. George Buckthorpe 146 along with Shaun Caudwell 53 powered Hucknall to 273-3 and when replying Gedling & Sherwood salvaged a draw finishing on 137-7. Dom Steiner 3-16 & Rob Baker 3-12 helped Keyworth 85-8 gain the win but not without a few nervous moments as Ashley Daffin took 4-13 for Caythorpe 84-10. Ben Shaw 100, Sanat Kulkarni 93 & Stuart Plant 4-3 were the performers in the emphatic win for leaders West Bridgfordians 244-7 when defeating Gotham 89-10.

Rex Gooding Div D

Tim Snapes 46 and Jacob Horne with 4-14 helped Bingham 143-10 inflict defeat on visitors Bramcote 106-9 which keeps the losers in the bottom three. Bottesford 165-4 were victorious in the run chase against Gedling Colliery 164-5 with both James Ward 66 and Nick Silverwood 44* once again in fine form with the willow. D Coote 97, T Bowers 108*, G Clark 4-13, A Shaw 4-37 and not forgetting J Todd with 4 catches and a run out saw Collingham 282-4 gain an overwhelming victory over East Bridgford 91-10. Ryan Duggan 56* and Dan Cawley 5-28 helped Ellerslie 125-1 to an easy win over Grantham 124-9. Jack Towers 81 and Gavin Huskinson 39 & 4-25 were the double act that prospered in the win for Thrumpton 193-10 over Plumtree 85-10.

Trophy Master Division E

80 from H Adams was the highlight in the win for Belvoir 222-7 in the away victory at Caythorpe 133-8. 4-26 from J Evans was the deciding factor in the win for leaders Newark R&M 132-9 over East Leake 101-9. Arslan Shah 106, H Asif 4-18, Diwosh Giri (13 year old) 3-8 and Shakeel Taj 3-20 all played key roles in the win for Nott’s Unity 203-6 over Underwood 81-10 in which Corey Lightly hit 41. Dave Appleby with a fine return of 4-30 took the plaudits in the win for Sutton Bonington 143-4 when defeating West Bridgfordians 113-10. Kirkby Portland and Ruddington were denied the chance to play due to a rain affected pitch at Nuncargate.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Carrying his bat scoring an unbeaten 81 opener Waj Khalil and team mate Athif Ahmed 4-14 both combined in the win for Basford Mill 158-8 over visitors Lowdham 80-10 for whom J Noel took 4-33. The trio of A Tadd 78*, J Tadd 43 & N.Shafiq 3-32 gave Ravenshead 198-7 the upper edge in their win over Gotham 112-7 who had  R Perrell 32 & 3-35 giving a good account of himself. An unbeaten 57* from S Taylor proved to be the decisive innings as Flintham 124-3 ran out easy winners over hosts Lenton & Willoughby 120-10. Initially 42 from Paul Brian and then a match winning 5-30 from Jack Shelton that gave Wymeswold 141-9 the narrowest of wins over a brilliant fight back by Burton Joyce 139-10 as Ali Hussain with 40 & 4-45 led from the front.  

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

66 from Josh Tranter was the stand out performance in the innings of Balderton 176-4 but opponents Gedling Colliery 177-2 were seen home in fine style by S Neal 113* and 47 from A Polkey. W Duncan top scored with 63* for Kinoulton 128-8 but were defeated by Carrington 131-6 with Nazakat Ali 41 yet again in the runs. Blayne Riley returned fine figures of 7-23 to help bowl out visitors Beeston & Toton for just 56-10 and his Kimberley side swept to victory inside seven over finishing on 59-2. Callam Daniels with 54 top scored for West Bridgford Legion 154-8 and he then wrapped up affairs taking 3-2 in the win over Whatton & Aslockton 63-10. 85* from Pranav Badia proved to be far and away the best knock of the day as Young Lions 161-6 roared to a home win over Fiskerton & Thurgarton 160-9.

Turner Violins Division H

Jarrod Bell 4-6, Charlie Bateman 3-17, James Toogood 3-31 and then Graham Waghorn with 38* combined together as Calverton 70-3 proved too strong for home side Chilwell 69-10. Clifton 130-6 were victorious in their encounter against Attenborough 129-8 as Surya Varma 37* Matt Croxall 41 and Alam Khan 3-26 all performed with great aplomb.  Stephen Carmody 67 and Matt Lawrence 46* made batting look rather easy as Gedling & Sherwood 135-2 dominated proceedings at Regatta Way against Bottesford 134-9.  Jeremy Allen 5-6 and Dylan Barnes 4-16 were both in fine form with the ball as Long Eaton 81-2 ran out winners at West Park against Southwell 80-10. Madni 113-10 had Z Aziz 41 & A Javed 4- 25 to thank for keeping them top of the table in the win over Stapleford who fell 31 runs short being bowled out for 113-10 in reply.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Andy Carden 27* and Anthony Beastall 3-5 made it a quick fire win for Hucknall 61-1 over visitors Keyworth 60-10. Graham Sisson take a bow after he took the incredible figures of 8-4 which not only included a hat trick he also then took another two wickets in successive deliveries for Oxton 240-10 in which Phil Stant hit 69 in the win over Hoveringham 58-10. Ruddington 100-2 were easy winners over Basford Hall Old Boys 98-10 as Ben Johnson 38, Ariz Rasul 46 and Harry Johnson 4-22 starred. Ben Johnson 43 and Ganesh Subramanian 6-25 helped Woodborough 143-9 to inflict defeat on West Bridgfordians 106-10.

King Stone Products Division K

 The duo of B Fisher 48 and Josh Wheeldon 3-6 gave the imputess for visitors Collingham 118-10 to come out on top in a fine away win over Attenborough 49-10. R Pinder 56 and J Richardson with 48 helped Farndon to a score of 167-9 and in a nail biting finish it was V Thota with 51* that saw Poplars 168-6 winners with three balls to spare. Exactly the same scenario saw Newark R&M 204-6 run out winners with 96 from Peter Litchfield and 53 from Joe Smith as they chased down the 203-6 made by Kimberley in which A Terry 51 and G Mcdonagh 60* also batted excellently. The youngsters came to the fore for Wollaton 103-7 in their home win over Great Dalby 99-10. Bramcote’s game against Caythorpe was cancelled due to a waterlogged pitch.   

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Jake Fisher 49 and then Sam Jepson - Rivers 5-10 along with Oscar Brady 4-24 saw Belvoir 64-1 dominate from start to finish in a fine home win over Chilwell 63-10. In a very low scoring affair the 27 from Shajjad Chowdhury 27 proved vital As Bengal United 97-10 defeated RHP 62-10. Ameer Shah 3-11 for East Bridgford 68-2 saw them easy winners over Radcliffe on Trent 65-10.  An unbeaten fifth wicket partnership between D Greaves 30* and T Allen 30* saw Old Dalby 127-4 run out winners over Thrumpton 126-10. D Naylor with 5-22 and M Thorley 3-17 bowled Underwood 113-9 to victory over Basford Mill 65-10 for whom B Haq took 4-14.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Mustering just 98-10 visitors Bingham turned the game on its head as J Beavis 4-12 and T Giles 4-5 combined to bowl out home side Burton Joyce for 31-10 in reply. Jake Bircumshaw 68 & 4-50 and Phil Bowles 51* (maiden 50) saw a home win for Lambley 183-10 over Wymeswold 75-10. An unbeaten 56* from M Rees helped Hucknall 89-2 to a comfortable away win against Lowdham 88-10. The surprise scoreline of the day saw bottom placed Kirkby Portland 111-9 defeat leaders Nottingham deaf 83-10 with George Hodgson wrapping up the win with 3-6. West Bridgfordians 124-8 proved too strong for visitors Nott’s & Arnold when bowling them out for 56-10 in reply.

Paul Grundell Division N

Fiskerton & Thurgarton 120-10 recorded a home win with Neil Smith taking 5-18 in the home win against Beeston & Toton 53-10. 58 from Richard Drury enabled Keyworth 128-6 run out winners over Nott’s & Arnold 106-6 to keep them in touch with the leaders. Gedling & Sherwood 123-3 had J Last scoring 66 in their away win over Newark R&M 120-10. Mick Wooliscroft took 5-16 for leaders West Bridgford Legion but they capitulated to 48-10 when chasing the 75-10 made by Ellerslie for whom Chris Hudson recorded superb figures of 4-1 from his ten over spell which included nine maidens