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Bromsgrove Cricket Club

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Party on Saturday 12th August

The Club received a number of complaints about noise and fireworks going on into the early hours of Sunday morning. We would like to make it known that this was a wedding party at one of the properties behind the Club and nothing to do with the Club. We do however pass on our best wishes to the happy couple.


Weekend Results

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The 1st XI’s winning draw against Himley moves them up into 3rd place in the Birmingham League Div 1 table. Bromsgrove were indebted to Jayden Levitt who’s run a ball century was the backbone of the town innings. Levitt finished on 132 and was well supported by Ash Newfield (58) and Ryan Pedley (39) as the Boars posted 274-4 from their 55 overs. Early wickets from George Marshall (3-52) and Gareth Williams (1-24) put Himey on the back foot but Karunanayake (101) steadied the ship and along with Stuart Wedge (36) managed to hold out for the draw despite 3 wickets from Alex Kervezee.

Deon Patel scored 70 as the 2nd XI reached 192-8. Patel dominated a 100 run partnership with Matt Stratford (33) before Mikey Wyres (25) added runs down the order. Tom Russell (2-19) and Alex Wilkinson (3-20) blew away Walsall’s top order and Mikey Wyres swept up the tail despite stubborn resistance from What Shahid (39). Wyres finished with 3-30 as the visitors were dismissed for 108. The result moves the 2nd XI up to 3rd place.


Hanley Castle ended the 3rd XI’s 11 run winning streak in a low scoring match at The Glebe. Batting first the Vengaboars recorded a sorry scorecard thanks to Tony Hutchings’ misery 7 over spell in which he returned figures of 6-18. Bromsgrove battled back with Max Smith taking 3-8 and Josh Searle 1-8 each from 10 overs but their efforts were not enough as the home side crept over the line 7 wickets down.

The Cavaliers dominated their match against Bromyard 2nd XI with a 181 run victory. Richard Barnes top scored with 73 and skipper Neale Ingram scored 47 in a total of 275-7. After tea, Freddie Fallows made use of the new ball taking 4-32 from 10 overs and Ash Grazier picked up 3-9 in 4 overs as Bromyard were picked off for 94.



 



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July 2017 Winners

1st Gareth Williams

2nd   Judith Holden

3rd   Andy Smith


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Part of our community for 175 years

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