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Fantasy Football (Premier League)

Congrats to Robbie Parrett who wins the 2017-2018 Stoke Fantasy Football League.

1 : Mee-sa YaYa Winks – Robbie Parrett – 2171
2 : Ballotellitubbies – Paddy Wilson – 2143
3 : Devon XI – Andy Devon – 2050
4 : Mighty Tigers – Jeremy Connell – 2029
5 : NaakKeBaal – Raja Singh – 2002
6 : Klopps and Robbers – Alex Clinton – 1976
7 : ACB68 – Andy Berry – 1910
8 : Selection Nightmares – Ralph Coleman – 1864
9 : Geologinho – Nico Spreeth – 1825
10 : Doesn’t Mata – Will Thomson – 1796

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Fantasy Football

Congrats to Dom Morley who wins the 2016-2017 Stoke Fantasy Football League.

1. Morls’ Men – Dom Morley – 2326
2. No Fuchs Given – Robbie Parrett – 2192
3. JigarKaCheelka – Raja Singh – 2096
4. Mighty Tigers – Jeremy Connell – 2045
5. Tea and Busquets – Matt Gottschalk – 1967
6. Balotelli-Tubbies – Patrick Wilson – 1951
7. Selection Nightmares – Ralph Coleman – 1910
8. Townsend FC – Ben Townsend – 1898
9. ParkTheBus FC – Jack Townsend – 1855
10. Martial Law – Will Thomson – 1841
11. Ctrl Alt De Laet – Charlie Hill – 1831
12. Dogwood Rovers – Daniel Gluckman – 1761
13. Bafana Bafana FC – Nico Spreeth – 1717

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Berry Blitzkrieg as Sunday XI beat the Chelsea Nomads

Sunday 11th September 2016
Friendly
Chelsea Nomads 155 all out (40.5 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon 156 for 3 (32 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon won by 7 wickets

In contrast to the previous day, the Stoke Rec was bathed in sunshine as Stoke opened early for business with the visit of the Surrey Championship Grounds & Facilities Committee to, (hopefully), ratify the 1st XI’s promotion to Division 4.

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Sunday XI beat Hampton Hill

Sunday 28th August 2016
Friendly
Hampton Hill 131 for 8 (40 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon 132 for 8 (38.1 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon won by 2 wickets

Hampton Hill accepted our invite from the list of clubs looking for a Sunday fixture this weekend and the sides played out an exciting, good spirited encounter.

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Badgers end Sunday XI match in a hurry

Sunday 15th May 2016
Stoke D’Abernon 127 for 9 (40 overs)
Badgers 130 for 5 (30.1 overs)
Badgers won by 5 wickets

An unbroken stand of 59 runs, the last 41 of them coming in the space of just 24 balls, brought an unexpectedly early finish to a match that looked like it was going to go the distance, the Badgers emerging victorious for the first time in this fixture since 2013.

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2nd Ten lose to Old Ruts

Saturday 30th April 2016
Friendly
Old Rutlishians 2nd XI 184 all out (45 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon 2nd XI 89 all out (39.2 overs)
Old Rutlishians 2nd XI won by 95 runs

Stoke’s 2s still had more of a Sunday side look to it with a number of regulars unavailable or called up to the 1st XI, but they bowled the opposition out on a pitch where you needed to work hard for your wickets, an effort all the more commendable having fallen back to ten players after a plethora of team changes during the week.

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Surrey Championship T20 Entry Confirmed

Part of the League Rep’s job is to make sure we’re entered for the Surrey Championship T20 competition. Surrey are one of the participating counties in this national tournament that, if the county winners are successful, they go into the regional rounds leading to a possible finals day at a First Class County Ground televised on Sky Sports. Last year our friends and neighbours from Ashtead made it to the final; John Vaughan-Davies, (Stoke groundsman who has also played the odd game for us to show us how well our square plays!), scooped the man-of-the-match award in the semi-final.

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Honourable Draw between Sunday XI and the Harrow Wayfarers

Sunday 10th May 2015 – Friendly
Stoke D’Abernon 198 all out (44.5 overs)
Harrow Wayfarers 152 for 9 (44 overs)
Match Drawn

A match where the balance of power ebbed and flowed throughout ended in draw.

Batting first, Stoke openers Nico Spreeth and Baz Medlycott made steady progress, adding 38 at 4s before both fell in successive overs; Medlycott bowled repeating a shot that brought him runs the ball before; Spreeth, (17), was leg-before to left-armer Hallam who was his usual competitive but good-natured self throughout.

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