Colts Round Up

Results and reports are starting to come through. Re-visit this page periodically to see more additions:

Under 10
Sunday 29th June 2014
West Surrey Youth Cricket League Under 10A
Stoke D’Abernon U10 277 for 6 (20 overs)
Blackheath U10 275 for 6 (20 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon U10 won by 2 runs

An excellent game, writes Doug Gilbertson.

After 4 overs Blackheath had scored 42 runs, with good batting. The Stoke fielding and bowling thereafter was superb; Eugene 2 overs 1 wicket for 8, Joshi 3 overs 2 wickets for 8, Nick 4 overs 1 wicket for 10.

After a poor start, George M 11 not out & Noah 10 not out put us back on track adding 24 without loss in their 4 overs.

Sophie, Oscar and Joshi all made useful contributions before George W & William held their nerve to see the last over out to win.

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Under 11
Sunday 29th June 2014
Mid Surrey Colts League
Worcester Park U11 71 all out (19.5 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon U11 72 for 1 (13.3 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon U11 won by 9 wickets

Runs for Patrick O and Harry A as the Under 11s completed a nine-wicket victory over Worcester Park.

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Under 9
Sunday 29th June 2014
West Surrey Youth Cricket League
Stoke D’Abernon U9 280
Thames Ditton U9 230
Stoke D’Abernon U9 won by 50 runs

More good news courtesy of umpire & scorer Fergal O’Neill…

A highly impressive bowling and fielding display, (five run outs), saw the boys limit Thames Ditton to 230 runs. In reply a solid batting display by the team saw them score 280, (Seb D made 16), to win by 50 runs.

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Under 15
Sunday 29th June 2014
Mid-Surrey Colts League Under 15 League
Wimbledon U15 186 for2 (24 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon U15 110 all out (21.2 overs)
Wimbledon U15 won by 76 runs

Stoke U15s lost this morning’s match to Mid Surrey League leaders Wimbledon by 76 runs, writes Rod Thomson.

The Wimbledon batsmen built a formidable total of 186 runs from their 24 over allocation for the loss of just 2 wickets. The pick of our bowlers were openers Finlay D, (0 for 26 off 4). and Henry B, (0 for 21 off 4), but once again we tended to bowl too short and wide and gave away too many extras, (7 wides.) Our fielding was mostly OK, but we did drop 4 relatively straightforward catches and failed to back up on two occasions.

In reply we lost our first three wickets relatively quickly with just 12 runs on the board, but after Finlay joined Alex T at the crease, both batsmen started to play some expansive shots and the score started to shoot up. The pair added 49 runs, including three 6s from Finlay and four 4s from Alex, before the former unfortunately drove one up to the Wimbledon bowler. The last four Stoke batsmen all dug deep and did add a further 45 runs – particularly Henry B who hit three 4s but we were always well behind the run rate and Stoke ended on a total of 110 all out.

For those who love their stats, click here : U15 v Wimbledon 28 06 2014

Next weekend the U15s host bottom-of-the-table Richmond CC at 9:45am on Sunday 6th July. Please could you let Rod have your availabilities as early as possible.