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Academy cruise to 8 wicket win over Old Whitgiftians

Surrey Trust League

Old Whitgiftians 165 all out (36.5 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon 170 for 2 (34.1 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon, (4 points), beat Old Whitgiftians, (0 points), by 8 wickets

Stoke’s Academy bounced back from defeat to Spencer last week with an emphatic eight wicket victory over Old Whitgiftians.

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1st XI crash to defeat at Godalming

Surrey Championship Division 5

Stoke D’Abernon 200 all out (50.3 overs)

Godalming 201 for 3 (42.5 overs)

Godalming, (13 points), beat Stoke D’Abernon, (0 points), by 7 wickets

There were half centuries for Hiken Shah and Tom Frost, but it was a third consecutive week without a win for Stoke, and a victory for experience over youth as Godalming cruised to a seven wicket victory.

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Surrey Trust League Player of the Season

After the team photo was taken on Sunday there was an additional presentation made to Will Gudgeon who was chosen as our Surrey Trust League Player of the Year for the 2009 season.

The winners from each club are presented with a signed bat kindly donated by Surrey CCC, and a Surrey Pro usually does the honours on Finals Day. Sadly Will was unable to attend last year so he received his signed bat from Ralphie, (not a Surrey Pro), after Sunday’s match.

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VPs Day – Fun in the Sun as the Sunday XI sneak home

Stoke Vice Presidents 219 for 8 dec (46 overs)

Stoke Sunday XI 220 for 8 (37.2 overs)

The Club win by 2 wickets

Our club welcomed a good crowd of former players and Vice Presidents to the Rec yesterday for the annual match between a VPs team, captained by Roy Johns and a Stoke 11, captained for the first time this year by Matt Gottschalk.

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Weekend Round Up

Match Reports for the Surrey Championship matches appear elsewhere on this site, (as does Tim Dyer’s account of the Under 17s Cup win),  but the club has enjoyed success at other levels over the weekend…

Under 9s

Johnny Lawes writes : “…In the Horsley & Send Under 9 Tournament played on Monday 31st May the boys did fantastically well in winning the plate final, (beating the winners of the main competition, Teddington, in the group stages.) They played 5 games throughout the day and I can’t name a man of the tournament as they all played well and each contributing with bat and ball. It was a long day but great fun and boys were a credit to the club.”

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Sunday XI start 2010 season with a win

Stoke’s sunday XI kicked off their season with a familiar away tie at Newdigate on Sunday 18th April. Having lost the toss Stoke were put into the field on a very sunny afternoon.

The two openers, Tom Frost and Alex Bond, both bowled well with figures of 6-2-12-1 and 6-1-18-2 respectively. First change pair of Andy Page (5-0-27-0) and John Crisp (6-2-25-0) continued to keep the run rate down and after 23 overs Newdigate were 82-3. Matt Gottschalk (10-1-35-4) and Jack Raimondo (7-1-36-1) continued the good bowling, helped by a solid fielding performance from all involved. Newdigate finally declared on 213-8 after Adam Cooke (3-0-27-0) and James Trower (4-0-25-0) finished off the 47 overs bowled by Stoke.

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stoke victorious again

Stoke’s Sunday XI travelled to Twickenham and repeated their 2008 victory.

The hosts chose to bat but Mike Carty, (3-24), late call up from the Guildford club scene Jack Raimondo, (2-31), and Peter Phipps, (2-24), reduced them to 71 for 7.

M.Bendelow added respectability to the score with 35 before becoming one of two victims for the mercurial Roy Johns, (2-11) – Johns’ wickets sandwiched a wicket for Sandy Henderson.

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