Gary Edginton Report

weekly report 22-7-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE.

 

WEEKLY REPORT 22nd July 2017

“Rain ruins programme”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

None of the matches in the division reached a conclusion but Alan Jackson hit 54 for Balderton 172-6 in the game against Attenborough 14-1.Only 24 overs were bowled in the match between Carrington 105-2 & Collingham in which Saqlain Bhazmi hit 64*. Rhys Hayes scored a fine 50 whilst Tim Haines took 4-43 in the abandoned game between Gedling Colliery 201-8 & Kimberley. Plumtree 146-10 had just been dismissed by leaders Wollaton when rain forced the abandonment and similarly at Ellerslie where visitors Belvoir had just posted 196-9 in their allotted overs.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Likewise in the second tier no match went the full distance but there were a few highlights which included Steve Wright taking 4-44 for Southwell 4-0 in the away fixture at Clifton 153-10 and also 4-25 from D Noble for Eastwood 16-2 in their home fixture against Carrington 184-8. An exciting finale was denied by rain where Aiaz Riaz 65 Nadeem Ghani 57 helped Nott’s Unity post 266-9 in which Mark Melbourne took 4-29. K Cooke top scored with 59 as Long Eaton reached 170-10 and in reply Kirkby Portland were 34-1 when the deluge arrived.Brinsley Kirkham 4-52 starred with the ball for Calverton 0-0 as they failed to start in the pursuit of the 144-8 set by Wollaton.

 Rothera Sharp Division C

Rob Goddard 6-27 and Richard Pitt 3-22 were in fine form with the ball as Gotham 86-2 gained maximum points with a fine home win over Beeston & Toton 85-10. Sam Foster 65 and Dhruv Shahi 51 helped Keyworth post 238-9 and the 5-56 from Mark Everington was the only highlight for Farndon 64-2 were left frustrated when rain curtailed play. Colin Cliff 89* top scored for Fiskerton&Thurgarton 211-5 and they were on the cusp of a fine victory when the weather intervened with Hucknall struggling on 47-6. Stuart Mills with 5-31 helped put Radcliffe on Trent 48-3 into a winning position until the heavens opened after bowling out Gedling & Sherwood for 116-10. The 51 from Alex Sheriston looked to be vital as West Bridgfordians set 166-7 and they reduced Caythorpe to 42-4 until the abandonment was enforced.

Rex Gooding Div D

Another division which saw no games finishing means the table still stays compact and there were a few highlights which included 54 from Ryan Charlesworth for Bottesford 288-7 against Ellerslie 2-1 and 4-38 from Jamie Huscroft for Plumtree 77-0 as they chased the 162-10 set by East Bridgford. Yet again Tom Coffey top scored with 49 for Gedling Colliery 156-10 as Bingham were poised on 40-3 at the stoppage, when an exciting finish was abruptly forced upon the players. Both the matches between Grantham 185-8 against Hickling 20-1 and that between Bramcote 159-8 against Collingham 71-2 were also denied finishes.

Trophy Master Division E

Harry Adams 74* and a rapid 43 from 28 balls by Jake Fisher saw Belvoir 188-4 victorious in their home encounter with West Bridgfordians 185-5 in which A Sharpe hit 61*.  J Evans 4-9, J Faulkner 3-10 and C Drury 3-17 bowled magnificently as Newark R&M 61-2 excelled in the victory over Sutton Bonington 60-10. M Lee with 51 and 4 dismissals from keeper J Hunt enabled Underwood 90-2 to take maximum points in the win over near neighbours Kirkby Portland 89-10. Mohammed Nisar 52, Arun Johal 51 and M. Aleem 50 were all in the runs in the abandoned game between Nott’s Unity 227-8 against Caythorpe and Ruddington 41-1 were left aggrieved when chasing the 96-9 made by East Leake.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

Only one game resulted in a positive outcome that being high flying Flintham 128-2 who stretched their lead at the top after defeating Gotham 125-10 with a trio of performances from M Newcombe 54, A Hemstock 32* & H Boswell 4-7. The weather forced a thrilling climax to the game in which M Salim 47, C Turlowski 31, N Suiter 6-22 all starred for Caunton 97-5 in their run chase over Ravenshead 155-10. D. O'Donnell 36* & 4-21 was certainly in line for the man of the match award as Lowdham 65-2 were thwarted when replying to the modest total of 110-10 made by Lenton & Willoughby. Lastly both sides may have felt in ith a chance until the rain came between Basford Mill 118-7 & Burton Joyce 45-4.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

Young Lions 59-1 took full advantage of conditions when they brushed aside West Bridgford Legion 58-10 with M Sharma 3-16, H Singh 3-4 & H Bhaker 42* all in fine form. Tim Wheatley hit 84 in Kimberley’s score of 268-6 and Fiskerton&Thurgarton were 33-2 when play was terminated. Abandoned at the tea interval was the game between Kinoulton & Gedling Colliery 208-6 in which Lee Gomersall 50 and Geoff Burton 47 were the highest scorers. Nazakat Ali 138* and Ali Haider 71 were in tremendous form as Carrington declared on 244-2 sadly rain prevented Whatton & Aslockton 6-0 making much progress in reply. Beeston & Toton 117-8 had a chance to close the gap on fellow strugglers Balderton 35-3 until yet again a match had to be abandoned.

Turner Violins Division H

50 from Dwayne Buckley for Stapleford 126-9 against Chilwell and 52 from Haseeb Javed for Madni 183-6 against Attenborough 110-6 were the batting highlights in the two abandonments whilst at West Park only 36 overs were possible where Long Eaton were 98-8. There was a fantastic finish when the 69 from Matt White for Southwell 182-9 nearly pulled of an amazing win but Clifton 189-10 ran out winners with the efforts from J Dickinson 40, M Croxall 37 & R. McMillan 3-41. Gedling & Sherwood 70-0 were denied what seemed a certain win by the weather as they were well in control chasing 117-10 set by Calverton.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

An excellent 93 from Muhammed Mehmud was the highlight in the match between Ruddington 195-9 and Hucknall but sadly not much play was possible where Hoveringham 131-5 entertained Keyworth and no play at all between Basford Old Boys & Ellerslie. West Bridgfordians were defending 139-8 when rain forced the players off with Oxton on 56-2.

King Stone Products Division K

Wollaton 57-3 put further distance between themselves and the chasing pack when brushing aside Caythorpe 55-10 with three wickets apiece for Oisin Anderson 3-19 & Edward Eggeman (U15) 3-11. George Pursglove 13 yrs with 3-35 & Andy Waddle 4-5 bowled Attenborough 13-1 into contention when they restricted Great Dalby 147-10. R Pinder with an unbeaten 90 saw Farndon set 160-9 and Bramcote were 12-0 at the termination of play. Charlie Fisher 91 and Ravi Yarwood Paintal 66 guided Collingham to 195-6 and with the game evenly poised rain won the day with Newark R&M stranded on 90-3 with P Litchfield 52 and Shez Butt 4-42 starring. Kimberley 129-5 and Poplars 50-4 were yet another set of players frustrated with the great British weather.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

J Booth hit 44 for Radcliffe on Trent 154-9 but Basford Mill 68-2 were in the driving seat until yes you’ve guessed it the rain fell to end their hopes of a win. Bengal United claimed maximum points when Underwood were unable to raise a side. Joe Gant with 63 and A Shah with 6-36 were the two stand out performances in the match between Old Dalby 237-9 & East Bridgford 11-1. A Walker 74 and M Arlott 3-6 both put Belvoir in the driving seat in the match against RHP 29-4 for whom Tom Shephard took 6-59 earlier in the day. J Towers 73 & A Pick 72 helped Thrumpton to a score of 236-6 but that was the last of the action for players on either side.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Andrew McCartney 56 top scored for Bingham 182-6 against Nott’s & Arnold 16-0 and likewise Rick Matthews 46 did the same for Wymeswold 145-10 in their encounter with Nottinghamshire Deaf 21-0. Burton Joyce 82-2 were the only winners in the division after a crushing win over Lowdham 81-10 with 40 from J Reeve and 4-33 from L Johnson. The games between Lambley 178-7 & Hucknall 44-2 and that of Kirkby Portland 128-4 & West Bridgfordians 77-1 went like most games within the league frustratingly abandoned at a crucial point in the match.

Paul Grundell Division N

Dean Spencer 4-20 starred with the ball for Gedling & Sherwood 0-0 against Ellerslie 116-5 and R Shandiliya with 54 with the bat for West Bridgford Legion 161-7 against Fiskeerton&Thurgarton 49-1.  Colin Horne 38* & Rich Drury 35* saw Keyworth 109-3 home to victory against Whatton & Aslockton 105-10. Luc Chignell 4-7 &18* and Simon Hodgson 3-1 were the performers in the match between Newark R&M 27-3 in the easy win over Nott’s & Arnold 26-10.

weekly report 16-7-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE.

 

WEEKLY REPORT 15th July 2017

“Barney offers ray of light for Gotham”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Gemaal Hussain 4-21, Kimany Gregorie 3-19 and then a rapid 48* by Saqlain Bazmi gave Carrington 68-1 a quick fire victory over bottom of the table Attenborough 64-10. Darren Bicknell 61* along with Joe Bottemley 41* both carved out a victory for Belvoir 140-1 when the entertained and defeated Balderton for whom Chris Dobbie tops scored in their total of 136-10.  D Fahad Ul Haq 54, Rob Matchett 49 and evergreen David Pipes 4-27 helped Collingham 201-9 to a winning draw over high flying Kimberley 144-9 for whom D Wheatley 56 and Z Ramzan with 4-74 were the ones who provided the key to stave of defeat. Gedling Colliery 120-3 gained another win as they put Plumtree 116-10 to the sword with bowlers Rhys Hayes 3-18 & Conor O'Brien 3-21 being the pick of their attack. It was an overwhelming victory for leaders Wollaton 280-2 as they brushed aside second placed Ellerslie 117-10 with David Barr 132*, Dan Andrew 101, Mustafa Iqbal 3-14, James Cox 3-24 & Zain Latif 3-37 all causing the damage.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Calverton 175 have forsaken top spot as they succumbed to a nine wicket defeat over Hoveringham 176-1 who seem to be finding their feet after last season’s relegation. Carrington 210-10 are the new leaders after defeating close rival Clifton 135-10 as the quartet of Zahir Ahmed 65, Safeer Ahmed 59, Adil Khan Janjua 43 and Saif Arshad 4-43 all came to the party. Kieran Cooke 46, Ryan Cuthbert 6-41 and Terah Pearce Kieron Hooley 3-44 all assisted in the win for Long Eaton 130-3 over Wollaton 129-10 at West Park.A nail biting finish saw Nott’s Unity 169-9 just edge out Eastwood 167-10 with 46 from S Aslam backing up the bowling from both Iqram-Ul-Haq 4-35 & Waleed Ahmed 4-28. Mohan Pharate 64 and Alex Rainbow 63 guided Southwell to respectable 185-10 but not to be out done the pair of L Randle 78 and Joe Caunt 73 saw Kirkby Portland 186-3 home to victory.

 

 Rothera Sharp Division C

George Park(U14) 70 & Matt Holford (U17) 30 & 5-44 were the young guns from Caythorpe 215-7 in their winning draw over Farndon 208-8 in which Martyn Hill hit a fine 78. Ben Shaw 60*, Alex Winiarski 43, Chris Watkins 3-22 and Alex Sheriston 3-43 ensured West Bridgfordians 163-2 maintain top spot as they came away victorious over Hucknall 161-10. A fine away win for Gotham 238-6 was rounded off by Richard Pitt 5-24 after both Paul Blatherwick 81 and James Burton 45 set the imposing target to which Keyworth fell well short as they were bowled out for 107-10 in reply. Radcliffe on Trent 253-9 gained a winning draw with Joe Wilcox 55, Qundeel Haider 53*& 3-68 and Jordan Harbottle 46 setting up a potential win but were frustrated in their cause by an excellent rear guard action by Dave Newby who hit 82 for Fiskerton/Thurgarton 215-8. 

Rex Gooding Div D

M Spencer with fine figures of 5-15 saw Bingham 106-8 continue a recent run of good results this time overcoming East Bridgford 105-10 despite a fine effort from N Foster when taking 4-17. Ryan Duggan with a brilliant 131* was the match winning innings that saw Ellerslie 215-7 home by twelve runs when defeating Bramcote 203-8. Matt Winn crashed a superb 81 to help Hickling to a respectable 186-7 but in reply Tom Coffey 77*& Sukrit Raman 98* gave Gedling Colliery 190-1 the win to move to within one point of their opponents. Harry Webster 56 and Nick Silverwood 49 help set a score of 177-8 for Bottesford in the away fixture against Thrumpton who closed on 178-7 thanks to an unbeaten 61 from Jack Towers the game also had the unusual incident of the ball hitting the wicket keepers helmet behind the wicket culminating in a precious five penalty runs. Grantham were unable to raise a side for the visit to Plumtree.

Trophy Master Division E

Grant Newcombe 124*, Jon Clarke 50*, Keith Oxspring 46 and then the bowling from Frank Foreman 3-15 & Alex Cufflin 3-22 gave East Leake 235-1 an emphatic win over Caythorpe 53-10. George Squires 4-14 set up the win for Newark R&M 88-2 after they had dismissed hosts Kirkby Portland 85-10 earlier in the proceedings. Once again with 170 Eddie Stoor led the way and with Wasim Ahmed 83 along with Farhad Amin 4-35 it gave Ruddington 362-6 a convincing win over Underwood 128-10. Sutton Bonington 220-7 proved too strong for Belvoir 147-10 with James Wilks top scoring with 63 but in defeat Belvoir still had the man of the match with the all-round effort from Olly Esom 36 & 5-46. Andrew Jeffery 41 and 4 catches along with team mate Chris Navin 43 & 6-24 saw West Bridfordians gain the win over Nott’s Unity 111-10 despite the 5-24 from Hamza Asif.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

A Hemstock 82 and J Howard 43 laid the foundations for the win for Flintham 237-7 in a fine away win over Basford Mill 175-10. Barney Howard with 5-34 gave something at last for Gotham to smile about even though they slumped to 39-10 when going down to a heavy defeat as Stuart Simpson hit 63 and Andrew Rose took 5-14 for winners Caunton 188-9. 48 from Ian Staples set Lowdham to a total of 146-7 and Burton Joyce fell just short when being bowled out for 142-10 in reply. Nauman Shafiq 83 top scored for Ravenshead 193-8 but still fell to defeat when visitors Wymeswold 196-8 chased the total down with an over to spare.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

Eden Tranter with a spell of 4-12 helped Balderton 169-8 to record a fine home win over Kinoulton 86-10. Naz Ali 89* & Nash Khan 5-19 gave Carrington 166-9 hope in the home fixture against Kimberley 167-8 but C Richardson with 65* & 3-34 saw them home by 2 wickets. Asad Hussein 76, Will Crowder 58, Vik Sharma 4-15 and Steve Collington 3-8 gave Fiskerton/Thurgarton 200-8 a comfortable home win over West Bridgford Legion 73-10. Lee Gomersall 135*, Ali Polkey (15 yrs) 46  and then Sam Burton (15 yrs) 4-20 all produced fine performances to enable Gedling Colliery 259-6 to run out easy winners over Whatton & Aslockton 124-10. An excellent 78 from Mark Walsh was the backbone for Beeston & Toton’s total of 143-10 but an undefeated 85 from Harry Bhaker saw Young Lions 145-4 take the victory inside 25 overs.

Turner Violins Division H

Lucas Stentiford 44, Sam Randall 42 and man of the match Colin McConnell 30 and 7-33 set up a home win for Attenborough 173-7 over Chilwell 160-10. H Jobit 4-31 and Z Aziz with 4-18 bowled Madni 188-10 to a fine away win over Clifton 114-10. Geding & Sherwood 156-9 won by the slenderest of margins when defeating Southwell 155-10. John Fletcher 77*, A Ward 4-32  and J Allen 3-15 all starred in the win for Long Eaton 127-5 in the win over local rivals Stapleford 123-10. Calverton were unable to raise a side in the fixture against Bottesford.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Imran Shahid 57, Tony Orange 54*, Scott Berridge 37 as well as Tim Martin 34 & 5-20 all contributed in the win for West Bridgfordians 237-9 over Ellerslie 175-6. Phil Gandy with an unbeaten 84* helped Ruddington 210-6 to a home success over Hoveringham 104-10. Amani Darr 42 & 6-14 starred for Hucknall 134-10 in the win over Woodborough 100-10 despite a fine return from James Watterson with 5-40. In a low scoring match the vital 30 from Steve Yelland saw Oxton 113-7 gain victory over Keyworth 110-10.

King Stone Products Division K

C Knight 51, M Tilley 34 & J Noble 3-17 saw Attenborough 108-5 close out an away win over Farndon 104-10. Luke Harrison 87 and Ross Wild 3-45 gave Great Dalby 208-10 the win over the nine men of Caythorpe 183-10 who had P Mansfield 42, M Raw 38, E Finn 4-51 giving their all in a battling display. Ben Turner (u13s) 4-15 & Andy Crouch 3-18 gave  Kimberley 89-3 the firepower to record an easy win over Bramcote 85-10. An undefeated fifth wicket partnership by Brian Thomas 56*& Nouman Maqsood 48* seemed to have put Poplars 190-4 in the driving seat but then Peter Litchfield hit 83 to see Newark R&M 191-6 home with four balls to spare. Alex Scott 69 & Charlie Fisher 60* helped Collingham 169-8 to a narrow win over Wollaton 168-8.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Chas Hubbard 85, Mark Ebb 81*  and a fine spell from Andy Dann 4-59 gave Belvoir 232-4 a home win over Old Dalby 159-10. Paul Woodward 120* and a supporting 61* from Esmond Urwin saw Chilwell 195-0 victorious over newcomers RHP 149-5. Continuing a run of good form are East Bridgford 143-8 as they gained a narrow 2 wicket home win over Basford Mill 139-9. Bengal United 110-4 returned home victorious with a six wicket win over Radcliffe on Trent 109-10.  Jon Rye 46 and Sam Charlton 3-3 helped Thrumpton 146-8 defeat Underwood 75-10 to keep them at the foot of the table.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Jordan Slater 76* & 4-14 starred for Nottingham Deaf 181-3 in their away win over Burton Joyce 96-10. A maiden five wicket haul from Jacob Driscoll 5-34 gave victory to Kirkby Portland 142-9 as he helped dismiss Lambley for 131-10 in reply. Nott’s & Arnold 175-9 recorded a fine home win over Lowdham 104-10 with N Stannard 48, H Burton 37 and a superb return of 7-11 by J Jacub. The pair of Dave Stansall 52 & 3-20 and Mark Whitling 3-20 saw Bingham 135-10 return home with a win over West Bridgfordians 100-10 despite an excellent 5-32 from Dan James. Wymeswold were unable to raise a side in the home fixture against Hucknall. 

Paul Grundell Division N

Ahsan Raja 4-11-4 and Matt Lawrence 54* gave Gedling & Sherwood 122-2 a comfortable home win over Fiskerton/Thurgarton 118-10. In a low scoring affair Newark R&M ran out winners by three wickets when overcoming the 102-6 set by visitors Ellerslie. Table toppers West Bridgford Legion 217-3 gained an emphatic win over Keyworth 103-10 with Nathan Robinson (U-14) 40, Raj Shandilya 63* & Robin Whitehead 80 all in fine form. A Timms with a fine 56 for Beeston & Toton 139-8 was the stand out innings of the day but could not stave of defeat as they fell short when chasing down the 149-8 set by hosts Whatton & Aslockton. 

weekly report 16-7

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE.

 

WEEKLY REPORT 15th July 2017

“Barney offers ray of light for Gotham”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Gemaal Hussain 4-21, Kimany Gregorie 3-19 and then a rapid 48* by Saqlain Bazmi gave Carrington 68-1 a quick fire victory over bottom of the table Attenborough 64-10. Darren Bicknell 61* along with Joe Bottemley 41* both carved out a victory for Belvoir 140-1 when the entertained and defeated Balderton for whom Chris Dobbie tops scored in their total of 136-10.  D Fahad Ul Haq 54, Rob Matchett 49 and evergreen David Pipes 4-27 helped Collingham 201-9 to a winning draw over high flying Kimberley 144-9 for whom D Wheatley 56 and Z Ramzan with 4-74 were the ones who provided the key to stave of defeat. Gedling Colliery 120-3 gained another win as they put Plumtree 116-10 to the sword with bowlers Rhys Hayes 3-18 & Conor O'Brien 3-21 being the pick of their attack. It was an overwhelming victory for leaders Wollaton 280-2 as they brushed aside second placed Ellerslie 117-10 with David Barr 132*, Dan Andrew 101, Mustafa Iqbal 3-14, James Cox 3-24 & Zain Latif 3-37 all causing the damage.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B

Calverton 175 have forsaken top spot as they succumbed to a nine wicket defeat over Hoveringham 176-1 who seem to be finding their feet after last season’s relegation. Carrington 210-10 are the new leaders after defeating close rival Clifton 135-10 as the quartet of Zahir Ahmed 65, Safeer Ahmed 59, Adil Khan Janjua 43 and Saif Arshad 4-43 all came to the party. Kieran Cooke 46, Ryan Cuthbert 6-41 and Terah Pearce Kieron Hooley 3-44 all assisted in the win for Long Eaton 130-3 over Wollaton 129-10 at West Park.A nail biting finish saw Nott’s Unity 169-9 just edge out Eastwood 167-10 with 46 from S Aslam backing up the bowling from both Iqram-Ul-Haq 4-35 & Waleed Ahmed 4-28. Mohan Pharate 64 and Alex Rainbow 63 guided Southwell to respectable 185-10 but not to be out done the pair of L Randle 78 and Joe Caunt 73 saw Kirkby Portland 186-3 home to victory.

 

 Rothera Sharp Division C

George Park(U14) 70 & Matt Holford (U17) 30 & 5-44 were the young guns from Caythorpe 215-7 in their winning draw over Farndon 208-8 in which Martyn Hill hit a fine 78. Ben Shaw 60*, Alex Winiarski 43, Chris Watkins 3-22 and Alex Sheriston 3-43 ensured West Bridgfordians 163-2 maintain top spot as they came away victorious over Hucknall 161-10. A fine away win for Gotham 238-6 was rounded off by Richard Pitt 5-24 after both Paul Blatherwick 81 and James Burton 45 set the imposing target to which Keyworth fell well short as they were bowled out for 107-10 in reply. Radcliffe on Trent 253-9 gained a winning draw with Joe Wilcox 55, Qundeel Haider 53*& 3-68 and Jordan Harbottle 46 setting up a potential win but were frustrated in their cause by an excellent rear guard action by Dave Newby who hit 82 for Fiskerton/Thurgarton 215-8. 

Rex Gooding Div D

M Spencer with fine figures of 5-15 saw Bingham 106-8 continue a recent run of good results this time overcoming East Bridgford 105-10 despite a fine effort from N Foster when taking 4-17. Ryan Duggan with a brilliant 131* was the match winning innings that saw Ellerslie 215-7 home by twelve runs when defeating Bramcote 203-8. Matt Winn crashed a superb 81 to help Hickling to a respectable 186-7 but in reply Tom Coffey 77*& Sukrit Raman 98* gave Gedling Colliery 190-1 the win to move to within one point of their opponents. Harry Webster 56 and Nick Silverwood 49 help set a score of 177-8 for Bottesford in the away fixture against Thrumpton who closed on 178-7 thanks to an unbeaten 61 from Jack Towers the game also had the unusual incident of the ball hitting the wicket keepers helmet behind the wicket culminating in a precious five penalty runs. Grantham were unable to raise a side for the visit to Plumtree.

Trophy Master Division E

Grant Newcombe 124*, Jon Clarke 50*, Keith Oxspring 46 and then the bowling from Frank Foreman 3-15 & Alex Cufflin 3-22 gave East Leake 235-1 an emphatic win over Caythorpe 53-10. George Squires 4-14 set up the win for Newark R&M 88-2 after they had dismissed hosts Kirkby Portland 85-10 earlier in the proceedings. Once again with 170 Eddie Stoor led the way and with Wasim Ahmed 83 along with Farhad Amin 4-35 it gave Ruddington 362-6 a convincing win over Underwood 128-10. Sutton Bonington 220-7 proved too strong for Belvoir 147-10 with James Wilks top scoring with 63 but in defeat Belvoir still had the man of the match with the all-round effort from Olly Esom 36 & 5-46. Andrew Jeffery 41 and 4 catches along with team mate Chris Navin 43 & 6-24 saw West Bridfordians gain the win over Nott’s Unity 111-10 despite the 5-24 from Hamza Asif.

GB Bookkeeping Division F

A Hemstock 82 and J Howard 43 laid the foundations for the win for Flintham 237-7 in a fine away win over Basford Mill 175-10. Barney Howard with 5-34 gave something at last for Gotham to smile about even though they slumped to 39-10 when going down to a heavy defeat as Stuart Simpson hit 63 and Andrew Rose took 5-14 for winners Caunton 188-9. 48 from Ian Staples set Lowdham to a total of 146-7 and Burton Joyce fell just short when being bowled out for 142-10 in reply. Nauman Shafiq 83 top scored for Ravenshead 193-8 but still fell to defeat when visitors Wymeswold 196-8 chased the total down with an over to spare.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

Eden Tranter with a spell of 4-12 helped Balderton 169-8 to record a fine home win over Kinoulton 86-10. Naz Ali 89* & Nash Khan 5-19 gave Carrington 166-9 hope in the home fixture against Kimberley 167-8 but C Richardson with 65* & 3-34 saw them home by 2 wickets. Asad Hussein 76, Will Crowder 58, Vik Sharma 4-15 and Steve Collington 3-8 gave Fiskerton/Thurgarton 200-8 a comfortable home win over West Bridgford Legion 73-10. Lee Gomersall 135*, Ali Polkey (15 yrs) 46  and then Sam Burton (15 yrs) 4-20 all produced fine performances to enable Gedling Colliery 259-6 to run out easy winners over Whatton & Aslockton 124-10. An excellent 78 from Mark Walsh was the backbone for Beeston & Toton’s total of 143-10 but an undefeated 85 from Harry Bhaker saw Young Lions 145-4 take the victory inside 25 overs.

Turner Violins Division H

Lucas Stentiford 44, Sam Randall 42 and man of the match Colin McConnell 30 and 7-33 set up a home win for Attenborough 173-7 over Chilwell 160-10. H Jobit 4-31 and Z Aziz with 4-18 bowled Madni 188-10 to a fine away win over Clifton 114-10. Geding & Sherwood 156-9 won by the slenderest of margins when defeating Southwell 155-10. John Fletcher 77*, A Ward 4-32  and J Allen 3-15 all starred in the win for Long Eaton 127-5 in the win over local rivals Stapleford 123-10. Calverton were unable to raise a side in the fixture against Bottesford.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Imran Shahid 57, Tony Orange 54*, Scott Berridge 37 as well as Tim Martin 34 & 5-20 all contributed in the win for West Bridgfordians 237-9 over Ellerslie 175-6. Phil Grundy with an unbeaten 84* helped Ruddington 210-6 to a home success over Hoveringham 104-10. Amani Darr 42 & 6-14 starred for Hucknall 134-10 in the win over Woodborough 100-10 despite a fine return from James Watterson with 5-40. In a low scoring match the vital 30 from Steve Yelland saw Oxton 113-7 gain victory over Keyworth 110-10.

King Stone Products Division K

C Knight 51, M Tilley 34 & J Noble 3-17 saw Attenborough 108-5 close out an away win over Farndon 104-10. Luke Harrison 87 and Ross Wild 3-45 gave Great Dalby 208-10 the win over the nine men of Caythorpe 183-10 who had P Mansfield 42, M Raw 38, E Finn 4-51 giving their all in a battling display. Ben Turner (u13s) 4-15 & Andy Crouch 3-18 gave  Kimberley 89-3 the firepower to record an easy win over Bramcote 85-10. An undefeated fifth wicket partnership by Brian Thomas 56*& Nouman Maqsood 48* seemed to have put Poplars 190-4 in the driving seat but then Peter Litchfield hit 83 to see Newark R&M 191-6 home with four balls to spare. Alex Scott 69 & Charlie Fisher 60* helped Collingham 169-8 to a narrow win over Wollaton 168-8.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

Chas Hubbard 85, Mark Ebb 81*  and a fine spell from Andy Dann 4-59 gave Belvoir 232-4 a home win over Old Dalby 159-10. Paul Woodward 120* and a supporting 61* from Esmond Urwin saw Chilwell 195-0 victorious over newcomers RHP 149-5. Continuing a run of good form are East Bridgford 143-8 as they gained a narrow 2 wicket home win over Basford Mill 139-9. Bengal United 110-4 returned home victorious with a six wicket win over Radcliffe on Trent 109-10.  Jon Rye 46 and Sam Charlton 3-3 helped Thrumpton 146-8 defeat Underwood 75-10 to keep them at the foot of the table.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Jordan Slater 76* & 4-14 starred for Nottingham Deaf 181-3 in their away win over Burton Joyce 96-10. A maiden five wicket haul from Jacob Driscoll 5-34 gave victory to Kirkby Portland 142-9 as he helped dismiss Lambley for 131-10 in reply. Nott’s & Arnold 175-9 recorded a fine home win over Lowdham 104-10 with N Stannard 48, H Burton 37 and a superb return of 7-11 by J Jacub. The pair of Dave Stansall 52 & 3-20 and Mark Whitling 3-20 saw Bingham 135-10 return home with a win over West Bridgfordians 100-10 despite an excellent 5-32 from Dan James. Wymeswold were unable to raise a side in the home fixture against Hucknall. 

Paul Grundell Division N

Ahsan Raja 4-11-4 and Matt Lawrence 54* gave Gedling & Sherwood 122-2 a comfortable home win over Fiskerton/Thurgarton 118-10. In a low scoring affair Newark R&M ran out winners by three wickets when overcoming the 102-6 set by visitors Ellerslie. Table toppers West Bridgford Legion 217-3 gained an emphatic win over Keyworth 103-10 with Nathan Robinson (U-14) 40, Raj Shandilya 63* & Robin Whitehead 80 all in fine form. A Timms with a fine 56 for Beeston & Toton 139-8 was the stand out innings of the day but could not stave of defeat as they fell short when chasing down the 149-8 set by hosts Whatton & Aslockton. 

weekly report 8-7-17

Written by Dennis Wright. Posted in Gary Edginton Report

THE GUNN & MOORE

SOUTH NOTTINGHAMSHIRE CRICKET LEAGUE

 

WEEKLY REPORT 8th July 2017

“Grimley rolls back the years for Southwell”

Rye Cafe & Bar Division A

Hamish Moore 42* & 3-27, Suman Shrestha 41 and with Peter Vladev taking 4-54 it ensured yet another victory for Ellerslie 144-2 in a fine away win over Balderton who they restricted to 140-8. Leaders Wollaton 223-10 had M Iqbal 60, N Kirkwood 50 and J Cox taking 3-37 in a winning draw over Carrington 145-8. Moving from the foot of the table in  emphatic style are Gedling Colliery 292-7 and are replaced by opponents Attenborough 76-10 as a fine 103 from James Barnes was followed up by 4-7 from Danny O’Brien. Kimberley 297-6 keep up the pressure on the top two in a high scoring home win over Belvoir 293-7 in the runs at Newdigate Street were Ben Buckley 80, Matt Dean 49 & Jonathan Terry 73* for the victors whilst the visitors had Olly Clayfield 96 and Lewis Dann 120 scoring heavily. A Menzhausen 5-28  and once again D Pipes with 3-51 set up an away win for Collingham 145-4 as they came away with the win over Plumtree 144-8.

200 Degrees Coffee Division B 

Chris Miller 55, Mo Pharate 51 & Nathan Burton 62 helped Southwell to a competitive 228-10 but Calverton returned to top the division closing on 234-8 with Richard Lee 50* and Adam Peel 41 seeing them home. Clifton 304-5 gained a winning draw over Eastwood 225-7 as Paul Macmillan 138 along with Luke Gunn 52* gave the hosts a great platform to build upon and in reply Neil Gregory 105* carried his bat seeing his side to safety. Ryan Cuthbert with 4-46 starred with the ball to see Long Eaton 104-3 move out of the relegation places in an away win over Hoveringham 101-10. Nott’s Unity 131-5 had a comfortable away win over Kirkby Portland 130-10 with the trio of T Mahmood 4-22 , N Ghani 4-40 and S Aslam 57* all performing as did Jason Caunt with 70* for the hosts. Carrington 226-10 gained a winning draw with Safeer Ahmed 69, Adil Kahn Janjua 50 and Zahir Ahmed 4-59 in an enthralling game against Wollaton 200-8 who had bowlers Callum Brown 6-74 and Khalid Khokar 4-61 in the wickets.

Rothera Sharp Division C

Ben Elliot 74 and a superb spell of 6-39 from Duruv Shah saw Keyworth 176-10 victorious by 8 runs in a fine away win over Fiskerton/Thurgarton 164-10. Tauseef Ahmed 73*, Mohammed Akeel 57, Irfan Niazi 56* (21 balls), Ahsan Raja 3-31 & Jonny Lawrence 4-42 were the main contributors for Gedling & Sherwood 227-3 in the home win over Caythorpe 142-10. Although Paul Blatherwick crashed a fine 87 Gotham 207-5 fell to a home defeat at the hands of Farndon 208-5 with Danny Hubbard top scoring in the win with 39. Paul Harley 4-37 and Akif Farooq 4-26 ripped through the batting line up of Beeston & Toton 97-10 and Hucknall romped home finishing on 98-0 in a crushing victory. A fine innings from skipper Ally Pettit 105 set up the home win for West Bridgfordians 205-9 over visitors Radcliffe on Trent 105-10.

Rex Gooding Division D

An undefeated half century from Adrian Kitchen 51* saw Collingham 199-9 gain a home win over Gedling Colliery 181-8 for whom in the runs for the second week running was Tom Coffey with 85. Moving into second spot are Hickling 148-7 as their current run of good form continued with S Jennings 50 and 4-25 from T Sprowson in the win over East Bridgford 147-10. The 51* from Matthew Footitt was the foundation for the win for Ellerslie 223-7 over Plumtree 150-10. What a way to get your first win of the season as skipper Alex Bullivant  took 6-37 for Bramcote 78-0 in the win over Grantham 77-10 and then they were seen home by P Godden with 40*.

Trophy Master Division E

Farhad Amin with a sublime spell of 6-36 bowled Ruddington 225-7 to an away win over Belvoir 211-10. A Convincing win was set up by James Wilks 96*, Richard Wells 38* following the 3-21 by Dave Appleby in the win for Sutton Bonington 155-2 over Caythorpe 154-9. J Grimes 50 top scored for West Bridgfordians 204-8 as they brought the winning run of East Leake to and as they finished on 181-9 , and are rooted at the bottom of the table. Tom Chalkley 44 and Craig Smithurst 5-55 failed to stem the tide as Underwood 147-10 fell to defeat at the hands of Newark R&M 148-5 with S Kennewell 59 J Evans 4-47 starring. Gino Taj took 5-11 and D Giri 3-17 in the win for Nott’s Unity 168-10 over Kirkby Portland 115-10 despite the efforts of S Chauhan 6-55. 

GB Bookkeeping Division F

A Club record partnership of 254 from Martin Wilson 124 & Andy Rose 118* saw an overwhelming victory for Caunton 269-3 in their victory over Lowdham 168-8. S Harding 42 followed up team mate P Smith’s spell of 6-20 as Ravenshead 77-2 outgunned Lenton & Willoughby 76-10. Russ Pitman 61 and Sam Sanders 5-28 played the leading roles in the win for Wymeswold 172-10 over Basford Mill 117-10 who were yet again indebted to Tom Bosworth when taking 5-41.

Bar Lane Community Sports Division G

Kulwarn Dhariwal with 45 and Chris Ludden 55* saw West Bridgford Legion 163-2 run out comfortable winners over Beeston & Toton 162-7. Nazakat Ali 62 and 5-53 from Asim Wahid contributed in the win for Carrington 255-7 over Balderton 134-10 who had Josh Tranter hitting 58. Despite finishing unbeaten on 49* Graham Burton was on the losing side as Gedling Colliery 116-10 fell to defeat at the hands of Kimberley 122-5 with both James Griffiths 38* and Joe Boocker 3-28 featuring in the win. T Holmes top the scoring analysis with 88 for Kinoulton 182-10 in their home win over Fiskerton/Thurgarton 118-10. Rav Digwa with 3-35 and Mitul Asawala 4-6 bowled Young Lions 79-1 to a quick fire away win over Whatton & Aslocton 78-10.

 

 

Turner Violins Division H

M Haider 39 and H Khan 5-20 ensured Gedling & Sherwood 150-9 remain top in a thrilling finish in the one wicket win over Chilwell 149-10 who had W Khan taking 5-41. Despite only posting 115-10 Attenborough still had enough in the tank as Long Eaton 70-10 failed to chase down the total. Madni 108-3 also contest the top position with Mehtab Ahmed 61* and Zeshan Aziz 4-35 starring in their win over Bottesford 106-10. Stuart Grimley had a day to remember when scoring 53* and then followed it up by taking 8-16 as Southwell 200-7 triumphed in a fine win over Calverton 112-10. Clifton 170-7 were victorious when they entertained and defeated Stapleford 98-10 with 52 from Saqib Shah.

Carlton Car Centre Division J

Ross Brown 48, Aaron Simpson 40 and an earlier spell of 4-30 from Jack Fearn earned a well-deserved win for Hucknall 124-4 over Oxton 121-10. In the runs yet again was Eddy Storr with 76* for Ruddington 110-3 in the home win over Ellerslie 107-10 at Elms Park. Romeel Gondal 3-27 & 61 along with Tom Le Noury 39* gave West Bridgfordians 141-3 the impetus to carve out victory over Basford Old Boys 140-9. James Watterson hit 65 in the total of 187-7 set by Woodborough and in reply Hoveringham 189-8 were seen home in a tight finish by Scott Balsher 48* and Paul Lewis 45.

King Stone Products Division K

R Kelley 5-16 and then J Fraser crashed 50* as Kimberley 130-1 ran out winners over Attenborough 126-9 at Long Lane. Gaining their ninth win of the season but only just were Wollaton 104-9 in a thriller over Bramcote 103-10 with Huzait Latif, Ed Eggerman and Assad Khan all taking three wickets apiece. Collingham 153-5 were victorious by 5 wickets in the home win over Caythorpe 150-8 who at least had the consolation of having the top score of the match made by Simon Park with 50. J McKay 33* and P Litchford 52* made batting seem very easy in the 10 wicket win for Newark R&M 94-0 over Farndon 93-10. L Harrison hit 78 as Great Dalby reached 199-6 and hosts Poplars 200-7 were guided home to victory by Nouman Maqsood who also hit a fine 78 in response.

Oracle Property Finance Ltd Division L

An all-round team performance was evident as Ashley James Cleaver 5-31 and Matt Huskinson 3-49 as Basford Mill 110-2 were in the winning mode when overcoming Chilwell 106-10 despite a fine 57 from Asad Abid. Ian DeAth 52, Sam Bicknell 59* and 3-27 along with Ben Robinson 4-16 were all features in the win for Belvoir 149-2 over Bengal United 146-8. D Greaves scored 68 to see Old Dalby to a fine score of 247-8 and they ran out winners when RHP could only score 177-10 when chasing the formidable target. Rob Towndrow 45 and 4-34 assisted by team mate Qundeel Haider 3-34 saw Radcliffe on Trent 128-9 to the narrowest of victories in the away win over Thrumpton 127-10. S Pringle 37 and a fine 6-14 from Ansor Mehmood saw a victory for East Bridgford 135-7 when defeating Underwood 62-10.

Robert Whowell & Partners Division M

Mitch Frost 65, Dale Reeve 42, Leon Johnson 4-31 & Phil Reeve 3-32 were responsive in the win for Burton Joyce 176-10 in the success over West Bridgfordians 147-10. In what proved to be the innings of the match Alister Bradbury was the hero for Kirkby Portland 84-10 and when Thomas Crossland took 4-14 to bowl out opponents Hucknall for a meagre total of 48 it was all smiles for the Nuncargate outfit. An undefeated 45* from Simon Wilkinson proved to be the deciding factor as Lowdham 108-5 ran out winners over Lambley 106-8. Oliver Wilcox 110, Richard Wolfe 54 and Andre Pears 4-26 combind in assisting Nottingham Deaf 212-7 to defeat visitors Nott’s & Arnold 126-10 by 86 runs. 

Paul Grundell Division N

Ellerslie 147-7 close the gap on the leaders with a convincing win over Whatton & Aslockton 65-10 as Josh Newnham hit 41 and Luke Greenwood took 6-17. Matt Bain 58 and Joseph Tudor 4-55 starred in the win for Keyworth 148-6 over Gedling & Sherwood 145-10 for whom Ade Anderson top scored with 58*.Qasim Mehmood 30, Umar Shaukat 3-17 and Chloe Rudkin 3-4 all performed creditably as Nott’s & Arnold 138-8 proved far too strong for Beeston & Toton 40-10 who at least can be happy with the bowling of Jack Beavis when he took 4-23 earlier in the proceedings. 4-21 from Ryan Robinson was not enough to save leaders West Bridgford Legion 74-9 against Newark R&M 75-8 as the pair of Reuben Straker 33 & Luc Chignell 3-11 celebrated in the tense finale.