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Grade Cricket Season X - Results and Discussion


International Regular
My form with the bat was just starting to peak too :(
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Too bad the tigers couldnt get up higher, i thought we had a good season. Maybe next season :)

Magrat Garlick

Global Moderator
cameeel said:
So is that as far as grade goes for the season?

Or are there still One Day games left?
One one-day game.

Hopefully it'll get simmed before I go off to Greece, otherwise I'll leave it to David.

Magrat Garlick

Global Moderator
Davistow v Garven Island @ Heathridge

Davistow:	Garven Island:
Dawlat		Fitzsimmons
McDonagh	Hanbury
Kearsley	Shaukhat
+Jellett	+Monaghan
Langley		Tariq
Warwick		Gregory
Hoy		Piper
Naik		Edmondson
Cassidy		Richards
Kennett		Bristow
Pradeep		Stuart
Tight, fast bowling from Davistow ensured that Garven Island were limited to a total of 200 for 7 at Heathridge Oval, but this was easily chased down after half-centuries from David Kearsley and Dylan Jellett.

Garven Island Sharks 200/7 (50 ovs)
Davistow Darters 203/2 (39 ovs)

Nixonstown v Twybridge @ Nixonstown Server

Nixonstown:	Twybridge:
Pitt		Joslin
Fensome		Thompson
Adhikari	Gunn
Currie		Bokey
Grierson	Amresh Kumar
Prestwidge	Buttsworth
Sanjeet		Naidu
Eccles		+Hale
Flanaghan	White
+Dalton		Cotterill
Riaz		Weber
Twybridge piled on the runs after losing early wickets, with a century from Gunn the absolute highlight. However, on a very flat track, Matt Pitt cashed in with an outstanding century, before White grabbed a couple of wickets but was robbed of his hat-trick - the only thing that could have denied the grade champions a win here. Pitt ended on 119 not out as the Foxes secured a seven-wicket win to end the season on a high.

Twybridge Titans 301/5 (50 ovs)
Nixonstown Foxes 302/3 (44.4 ovs)

Stedingham v Pickford @ Jets Arena

Stedingham:	Pickford:
Wallis		Richings
Deodhar		Bhattacharjee
Butler		de Silva
Prabhakar Rao	Benjamin
+Gaukroger	+Hepworth
Chaudhari	Jacob
Hogarth		Chopra
JB Buxton	Trafford
Loganathan	Bhadauria
Javed		Pickup
Cameron		Roberts
Seamers Cameron, Buxton and Butler picked up two wicekts each for Stedingham, as Pickford collapsed in a heap after de Silva's 42. They eventually totalled 179 for 9, and needed miraculous spells from the Black spin pairing to tug them back. However, neither got wickets, and though de Silva grabbed one for 40, Stedingham eased to victory.

Pickford Panthers 179/9 (50 ovs)
Stedingham Jets 182/4 (44.5 ovs)

Edfield v Greater Robbham @ PDV

Edfield:	Greater Robbham:
Barnaby		Lucas
+Mørk		Dobson
James		Sukhvinder
Rai		Hing
Satish Kumar	Tebbut
Borcich		Palmer
Herbert		Broadbridge
Galbraith	Finnegan
Whitehead	+Jervis
MS Smith	McKern
Shoveller	Mitchell
Robert Hing hit a well-paced 88 on grade debut, digging his team out of a hole after Lucas and Sukhvinder had been dismissed early on. However, Hing and Kenny Dobson shared a stand of 165, and de Grooters eventually totalled 234 for 6. The chase saw Edfield collapse in spectacular fashion; six Robbham bowlers got wickets, and Edfield fell to 180, with McKern (2-23), Palmer (2-30) and Mitchell (2-39) the standout bowlers.

Greater Robbham de Grooters 234/6 (50 ovs)
Edfield Seahawks 180 (47.1 ovs)

Campsfield v Gofftown @ CWBCC

Campsfield:	Gofftown:
DP Smith	Courtis
+Dubb-Lynch	Cribb
Blackman	Malthus-Howell
Wilson		Dwyer
Hasabnis	Mohammad
Gooljar		Nash
Langdon		Jamaluddin
McEwan		Kipling
Jahangir	+Patel
Wright		Demeza
Jadeja		Masterman
Rob Cribb played a patient hand while Nash and Mahmood lashed out, and took his team out of danger at 21 for 3 to a very competitive total of 262 for 4. Wright took three for 34, but none of the other Braves' bowlers got to take a wicket, and it cost dearly towards the end. Campsfield got off to a good start, but lost Dubb-Lynch for a sixteen-ball duck (!), and then two more in quick succession to be 37 for 3 at the end of the 12th over. However, Gareth Gooljar added 169 for the fifth wicket with Dan Smith, and though Smith was eventually dismissed for 148 he had done his job. Campsfield won by four wickets after a tight finish.

Gofftown Tigers 262/6 (50 ovs)
Campsfield Braves 263/6 (48.1 ovs)

Nixonstown	36	20	15	1	0	80	283
Robbham		36	21	11	4	0	48	264
Twybridge	36	19	13	4	0	63	259
Edfield		36	18	15	3	0	62	247
Stedingham	36	19	16	1	0	47	242
Davistow	36	18	16	2	0	57	239
Gofftown	36	15	19	2	0	51	209
Campsfield	36	15	19	2	0	50	208
Pickford	36	14	21	1	0	34	165
Garven Island	36	10	24	2	0	33	143



International Regular
lucky Jamaluddin Hossain has an idea how to bowl, or Campsfield would have won that a lot easier.

well batted Cribby


Hall of Fame Member
Nice way to finsh off the season for the Jets with a convincing win, even if it was against lowly Pickford.

Nice to see i go another game wicketless, oh well atleast i had a decent e/r.


Cricket Web: All-Time Legend
cricketboy29 said:
Hey hakon, if you have some time, do you think we could see some stats from grade cricket?
Seconded (but naturally up to you Hakon given the time + effort factors) :)