Bromsgrove Cricket Club
Fifty50 Club Winners
July: Carolyn Ellis £100, Mike Clements £20, Barry Hope £10
Ex-Bromsgrove batter George Rhodes inflicted misery on the 1st XI at the weekend. Rhodes top scored for Barnards Green with 102 as the visitors chased down Bromsgrove’s total of 214 with relative ease. Ryan Pedley (top) continued his good form as he top scored for the Boars team with 73.
The 2nd XI faired better against the same opposition. BG 2nd’s dismissed for just 134 but Bromsgrove lost 8 wickets chasing down the total. Matt Russell top scored with 42.
Five Ways “grasped defeat from the hands of
victory” in their words. Having set the 3rd XI 212 for victory, they
had us 20-4 after Sameer Khan produced another wonderful spell with the new
ball. Richard Hope (63) and Dave Collins (bottom) dug in and took us to the brink
of victory before Josh Searle (20) took us over the line. Collins fell just 7 runs short of a well deserved century.
Neale Ingram and Charlie Cordes both scored 50’s for the Cavaliers but it was Richard Barnes’ unbeaten knock of 128 that allowed us to post a score of 317 over at Claverley. The home team’s middle order threatened but 3 wickets apiece from John Lake and Sam Hope ensured a Bromsgrove victory.
St. Godwalds Road | Aston Fields | Bromsgrove B60 3BW
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