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Bromsgrove Cricket Club

Round up from last weeks cricket



July 2016 Winners

£100 Andy Smith

£25   Margaret Sharpe

£15   Denis Duffy



Bromsgrove suffered their 4th successive defeat on Saturday, this time at the hands of Attock. Alex Kervezee was again the batter in form top scoring with 79 and getting lower order support from Alistair Hickman (28) and Jack Harding (23) to help the Boars to 204 all out.


Attock charged towards victory with half centuries from Omar Masood and Rawait Khan before both were dismissed by George Marshall who picked up 3/24 on debut and opened the door for Ash Newfield to pick up 3 quick wickets and almost turn the game but unfortunately Asim Khan kept his nerve and saw his side to a 2 wicket victory.


The 2nd XI had a comfortable victory at home to Aston Manor. Tom Green scored 68 and Dave Collins 44 as the Boars reached 219-9. Matt Russell was back into the runs with 32 and the dependable acting skipper Mark Meacham scored 23.


Alex Wilkinson wasted little time in making sure the points went to Bromsgrove. His blistering 7 over spell return figures of 5/16 and with Meacham picking up 4/10, Manor were dismissed for just 72 with only wicket keeper Adam Nevitt making double figures.




A maiden century for Matt Anderson helped the 3rds overcome Astwood Bank. Batting first the Bankers got off to a blistering start with Clayton and Melliard finding the boundary at will. Henry Marshall and Tom Downing tightened things up for the home side with an excellent bowling partnership which put the breaks on. Downing returned 3/28 from his 10 overs and wicketless Matt Banham (0/23) was also frugal as the visitors were bowled out for 218.


Anderson and Jacob Matthews blasted Bromsgrove close to victory before Matthews mistimed a short ball and hit his wicket for 53. Anderson was undeterred and with Matty Stratford (24*) for support secured the game before being run out for a fantastic 107.

The Cavaliers posted 183 at Alvechurch thanks to Olly Stratford (49) and Neale Ingram (39). All 9 of the Bromsgrove bowlers were given a go as the predominantly U14 side tried to defend their total. Unfortunately the Alvechurch team were a bit too strong and secured victory in 25 overs.

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