Tag Archives: Rick Mustill

Sunday XI lose at North Holmwood

Sunday Friendly
North Holmwood 148 for 6 (40 overs)
Stoke D’Abernon 114 all out (39 overs)
North Holmwood won by 34 runs

Stoke and North Holmwood met for the first time since 1998, (this used to be a Saturday September friendly but the lengthening of the Surrey League programme meant something had to give), and played out a well-spirited encounter. Read more

Sunday XI lose to Wisley

Sunday Friendly
Stoke D’Abernon 128 all out (29.5 overs)
Wisley Southside 132 for 8 (39.5 overs)
Wisley Southside won by 2 wickets

Stoke’s Sunday XI were left yet again to rue a lack of runs and a failure to bat a decent number of overs as Wisley Southside, whose eleven included one current and four former Stoke players, secured victory by two wickets with the last pair at the crease. Read more

Sunday XI win at Ewhurst

Friendly Match

Ewhurst 156 all out (38.1 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon 159 for 7 (26 overs)

Stoke D’Abernon won by 3 wickets

With no Saturday fixture this week, Stoke’s Sunday XI took centre stage and recorded a second successive victory on a sunny afternoon at Ewhurst who kindly stepped in with the offer of a 40-over match after Stoke’s original opponents, Dorking, were unable to fulfil the fixture. Read more

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.” Read more

Sunday XI lose by 42 runs at Kingston

After dismissing their hosts for 161 the Sunday XI made a promising start in reply but collapsed from 49 for no wicket to 119 all out.

Alex Bond led the Stoke bowling effort with 3 for 32 from ten overs. Rod Thomson, (2-15), took his first wickets for the club and there was a wicket each for Richie Parrett, Sam Bradford-Smith and 1st XI keeper batsman Tom Frost who would have taken notes on the stumping off his bowling by Rick Mustill! Read more