This is a good thread and thought I might contribute a bit. Haven't played professionally since moving to Europe last year.
So, this would be the report of my last club season match from June, 2010 in India. It was the local Maharaja F.S.Gaekwad tournament comprising of two-day matches (90 over limit). We were already out of the competition and this was a dead rubber meant to salvage some pride.
Since, it was my Baroda club career's (played from 2003-2010) last match, I retained the actual scoresheet as a nice memory and still have it with me!
June 3rd week, 2010: Hindu Gymkhana (my team) v/s Kiran More Sports foundation
Hindu Gymkhana batted first in the MotiBagh cricket ground
renowned for its good bounce. They had quick but somewhat inaccurate opening bowlers so fortunately much damage wasn't done. Our skipper was a very strong back-foot player and made 84 batting at no. 3. Including one of the longest sixes I've seen at that ground (played about 25 matches there) lofted straight over extra-cover!
Our very capable left-arm spinner and no. 6 batsman scored a fluent 51 in 60 balls. He and I managed to add some runs in a crucial late lower-order stand.
Yours truly, batting at no. 9, managed to scratch out 17 in 32 balls in a somewhat awkward fashion. For the umpteenth time, I fell LBW to a medium-pacer's delivery slanting in .
We were all out for 255 in 74 overs.
Our bowling was disciplined and opening up, my right-arm fast medium swing and my left-arm partner's pace through the air caused them difficulties. We had them reeling at 27/4 when the two of us finished our opening burst of 12 overs. I got the right-handed opener caught behind off a feather and went through the left-handed no. 3 batsman's gate in the same over. My opening mate got the other two wickets to fall with very good incoming balls.
Their lower-middle order made a recovery of sorts and they managed to tally 131 in 59.3 overs. I got one more wicket (caught mid-wkt miscuing a pull) with the old ball and our super-accurate left-arm spinner picked three. Their veteran keeper with 43* was the highest scorer. He played some delightful strokes between cover and point in his innings, IIRC! Not the first good knock from him that I saw in my club career.
Leading by over 100, we could make them follow on (acc. to tournament rules) and we did. I picked up their right-handed opener for the second time in two innings with the new ball - LBW this time offering no stroke to an off-cutter. This was delivered after three consecutive outswingers, so I was pleased that I set him up for it and it worked. My partner hit them a few times on their ribs and gloves, but was unlucky not to pick up a wicket. There was a first slip catch grassed off him and he went past the bat on a number of occasions!
The two change bowlers - our left-arm spinner and a medium-paced guy - gave them a real scare by picking up 5 wickets in the space of four overs. They held fort after that and finished day two at 91/6 off 33 overs. Once again, their 29-yr-old keeper played with remarkable composure and stayed not out.
We walked away with all the five match points and that was that in the tournament for us. Poor series but a good last match to finish off.
My bowling stats were:
1st inns: 13-2-30-3 & 2nd inns: 7-2-17-1
Our left-arm spinner was the player of the match and nobody was surprised. He had scored a half-century and taken six cheap wickets in the match.