Weekly Newsletter - 12/06/18
Thank you to everyone who came to the race night on Saturday. These kind of nights are very important for the club so your continued support is appreciated.
Just a reminder you only have 2 days left to enter our world cup competition. The form can be downloaded here. You can email it straight to Paul Hewitt or print it off and bring it to training tonight.
This week’s bonus ball winner was Geoff Cole with 57.
The first team continue to top the table after another impressive win. Billingshurst won the toss and decided to bat first. Another good bowling and fielding performance from the first team led to Billingshurst being 58 all out. James Askew the pick of the bowlers, taking 4-21. The first team then chased the total down for the loss of 1 wicket, Tom Lee top scoring with 31 not out. Full scorecard here.
The second team hosted Himani at the Sportsfield. The second team posted 186-9, Harry Standing continuing his impressive start to the season by scoring 73. However, Himani chased the total down in just 37 overs after some class batting from Sunil Bhatt, who scored 113 not out. The defeat leaves the second team 6th in the table. Full scorecard here.
The third team hosted second place Bosham at Fernhurst. The third team restricted Bosham to 161 all out. Will Kitchen took 4-39 and Tim Peters 3-35. The third team struggled with the chase, losing regular wickets, and they ended 72 all out, Darin Bird top scoring with 14. The defeat leaves the third team 4th in the table. Full scorecard here.
The fourth team travelled to top of the table Chichester. The fourth team scored 93 all out. Kev Foot top scored with 24. Chichester managed to chase the target down without losing a wicket. Full scorecard here.
On Sunday, the Sunday side hosted Chippingdale. Chippingdale batted first and scored 221-3. 13 year old George Bryant-Nichols was the pick of the bowlers taking 1-35 with his impressive leg spin. The Sunday side chased the total down losing just 2 wickets. Olly Hemsley scored 74 not out, Mike Askew 63 not out, and Dan Clarke 58. Full scorecard here.