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Bromsgrove Cricket Club


Round up from last weeks cricket

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July 2016 Winners

£100 Andy Smith

£25   Margaret Sharpe

£15   Denis Duffy



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A 34 run victory over bottom placed Sutton Coldfield along with Barnards Green’s victory against 11th placed Old Hill have allowed the Boars to build a cushion between themselves and the Division 1 relegation zone.

 

Ash Newfield top scored with 47 with middle order support coming from Yogesh Malhotra as the Boars posted 173-10 in a reduced over match as Sutton’s leg spinner Luke Jones produced a devastating spell of 7-32.

 

Sutton made a decent start in reply but the introduction of Mark Evenson and Graeme Whiles pegged them back. Evenson took 3-31 and Whiles 3-42 as Sutton’s run chase fell short. They were bowled out for 139 in the 40th over.



 

The 2nd XI recorded a confident victory over Sutton Coldfield at the SGP. George Cracknell (right) scored an unbeaten 115 with great support from skipper Adam Jones (49) and Tom Green (69) as the Boars posted 303 off 41 overs.

 

Ben Johnson struck twice early in Sutton’s innings before Matt Banham (below) took 4 wickets for just 8 runs to put the homesters in the driving seat bowling their visitors out for just 182 to record a 121 run victory.

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Banjo


 

The 3rd XI match against Himley was abandoned before the start with both sides picking up 5 points. The result along with Astwood Banks winning draw means the 3rds drop down to 4th place with 4 tough games remaining.

 

The Cavaliers continued their good run of form with an 8 wicket victory against Kemspey. Tom Smith was again involved with both wickets and runs in the victory

 
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