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Bromsgrove Cricket Club

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July 2017 Winners

1st Gareth Williams

2nd   Judith Holden

3rd   Andy Smith


 Look out for our next 175 event 

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Weekend Results

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Arsalaan Mahmood scored 110 for Attock as they racked up 229 to set Bromsgrove a challenging target. It was a day for the spinners with Ash Newfield taking 3-40 and Mark Evenson 2-29 whilst Gareth Williams and Alex Kervezee both bowled frugal spells. Jayden Levitt top scored in the Boars reply with 58 and he was well supported by Ryan Pedley (26 from 80) and Lewis Cordes (22 from 52) but the early loss of both Newfield and Kervezee meant that Bromsgrove’s lower order were forced to hold out for the draw.

Adam Jones led his 2nd XI to a much needed victory against league leaders Attock with an unbeaten 43. He received great support from Cracknell (38) and Green (27) before Deon Patel showed his class to score 28 from 24 deliveries and help Jones to a 6 wicket victory. Earlier Will Tuffin and Mark Meacham both took 3 wickets a piece to restrict the visitors to an underpar 165 with Tom Russell also picking up a brace to take his personal tally to 19 wickets.



The 3rd XI were involved in a top vs bottom match against Worcester. Henry Marshall took 4-20 and Matt Banham 3-34 as the hosts were bowled out for 97. In reply, Paul Husbands scored 57 from 43 as the leaders picked off the runs in 18 overs with Matt Stratford not out and 10 and Tom Downing (16) also contributing to the 8 wicket victory.

The Cavaliers hosted Netherton who were only able to muster 146 runs thanks to lower order contributions from Tarab Nawaz (31) and Ibrar Hussain (41). Josh Searle picked up 4-34 and Nick Husbands 2-23. Tom Hope and Paul Hutchins (34) broke the back of the run chase before an unbeaten stand between Hope (43 not out) and Ben Smith (21 not out) saw the Cavs to a comfortable 9 wicket victory.

On Sunday, the local derby vs Avoncroft lived up to all expectations with Bromsgrove securing a win by the narrowest of margins. Croft will rue the number of wides they bowled as Bromsgrove could only muster 119 all out thanks mainly to Dan Ashton who scored 41 from 52. In reply, Bromsgrove kept their calm with Blackmore, Marshall and Banham all picking up braces but it was pick of the bowling Tom Downing (3-24) who kept his head to take the final wicket in the 25th over with Croft just 2 runs short of victory.



 



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ECB REGIONAL T20 FINALS TO BE HOSTED AT
ST. GODWALDS PARK ON SUN 30 JULY
DETAILS COMING SOON

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Part of our community for 175 years

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