Record Total for Academy in 104 run win over Burgess Park

Surrey Trust League

Stoke D’Abernon 322 for 5 (40 overs)

Burgess Park 218 for 6 (40 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon, (4 points), beat Burgess Park, (0 points), by 104 runs

Stoke’s Academy registered their highest ever score in the Surrey Trust League en route to registering a 104-run victory against nine-man Burgess Park, who were weakened by match commitments elsewhere.

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1st XI complete double over Croydon MO

Surrey Championship Division 5

Croydon Municipal Officers 104 all out (32.2 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon 106 for 4 (21.2 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon, (13 points), beat Croydon Municipal Officers, (0 points), by 6 wickets

Birthday boy Tim Handel took 5 for 32 and captain Siddhartha Lahiri hit an unbeaten 70 as Stoke D’Abernon completed a double win over bottom troubled Croydon MO.

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T20 Victory over Claygate

T20 Friendly – Thursday 22nd July 2010

Stoke D’Abernon 182 for 6 (20 Overs)

Claygate 133 for 7 (20 Overs)

Stoke D’Abernon won by 49 runs

Richie Parrett reports…

After a wet start to the day Stoke proceeded to play Claygate as a part of their annual cricket week. Gavin Greese won the toss for Stoke and elected to bat, after waiting 20 minutes to get bails and a ball Sam Bradford-Smith and Adam Cooke started the innings off on a sticky pitch.

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Under 15s lose narrowly in Final

Adam Cooke writes about last Sunday’s West Surrey Youth Cricket League Under 15s Final:

It was one hell of an exciting match between the top two teams in the area, not to mention an intriguing local derby. It was a match where the highlights of it would have been the whole thing. Words can’t do the game justice so I’ll give the figures and let you add the dialogue.

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Stoke 2s stay top with win against Farncombe

Jonny Lawes led Stoke D’Abernon to an 8th victory of the league season.

After acting skipper Falcon won the toss and chose to field; Bondi took a wicket in each of his first 2 overs; the first a simple catch lobbed up to Tufty, the second a ball which beat the batsman for pace as he could only play it on to his off stump. Po was back from injury in his usual place at the railway end, but with a shorter run up and even less pace than we’re used to and nearly had an early wicket too when visiting skipper Paterson was put down off the edge of his bat. Not long afterwards Bondi had a third, thanks to an edge held and Stoke were well in control with Farncombe on 26-3.

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