Weekly report 29-07-17

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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