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Bromsgrove Cricket Club


August 2016 Winners

£100 Benn Chatt

£25   Nick Husbands

£10   Chris Burford

Junior Awards this Friday!


Bromsgrove Junior Awards Evening takes place this Friday 2nd September in the Club house from 6:30pm. Dress code - smart casual!

Round up from last weeks cricket




Bromsgrove secured a convincing victory against Bridgnorth on Saturday. Batting first the Boars scored 280-6 from their 50 overs with Ash Newfield (75), Jayden Levitt (56) and Alex Kervezee (59) all reaching half centuries. Kervezee and Graeme Whiles picked up early wickets but Newfield’s middle order spell of 3-18 again proved decisive as the visitors were dismissed for 103.


Things didn’t go as well on Monday at Barnards Green where George Rhodes and Josh Haynes combined to take 5 wickets for just 16 runs as the Boars were all out for 109. The Green made a good start, reaching 63-2 before the introduction of Newfield who picked up 5 wickets albeit a little late as the hosts reached their target for the loss of 7 wickets.

After being abandoned against fellow promotion hopefuls Pershore, on Saturday, the 2nd XI hosted a young Barnards Green XI on Monday. George Cracknell (47) and Henry Dwyer (64) put on 103 for the first wicket and then Tom Hill (40*) and Adam Jones combined well to take the score to 228 from 45 overs. After a tight start from Johnson and Marshall, Banham and Meacham were introduced and made good use of a turning pitch. Meach picked up 2-19 and Banham 5-27 as the visitors were skittled for 98.


The 3rd XI suffered defeat at the hands of title contenders Five Ways. Batting first, the visitors scored an over par 217-8 from their 50 overs with Sam Johnson taking 5-42 from 10 overs. Scott Burrows made a fluent 24 in reply but once he was out, the home team struggled to make any inroads against an accurate bowling attack and were eventually dismissed for 131.


Joe Kelly led the bowling attack for the Cavaliers with 3-18 as Five Ways 2nd XI were held to 133-8 from their 50 overs. Tom Downing was unlucky not to pick up more wickets as his miserly 15 over spell went for just 28 runs. Five Ways must have thought their luck was in as the Cavs lost 5 early wickets including danger man Richard Barnes. Ingram brothers Ian (37) and Neale (57) steadied the ship to record a 14th victory of the season.  

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