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Match Day 13th August 2016

The Northern Cricket League Review for 13th August 2016

DIVISION ONE:

Barrow v Leyland - Ernest Pass Memorial Ground

Leyland won the toss at the Ernest Pass Memorial ground and invited the hosts to bat.

Karl Cross removed both openers Kaustubh Pawar 10 and Toby Mowat 17 before Sam Dutton 29 and Michael Wellings 35 began to rebuild the inings

Ross Bretherton and David Makinson were introduced to the attack and Bretherton removed Sam Dutton and Makinson Michael Wellings

The Barrow innings now collapsed with none of the remaining batsmen reaching double figures leaving Barrow all out for 115 in 48 overs

David Makinson was the main wicket taker with 4-19 off 10 overs ably supported by Henry Thompson who took 3-21 off 7 overs. Karl Cross bowled 17 overs and took 2-31 with Ross Bretherton 1-16

The Leyland reply followed the Barrow start Chris Parkinson out for 17 and Karl Cross 26.

Two other wickets fell before Richardt Frenz 34no and Ross Bretherton 32no took control and saw Leyland home on 116-4 in 37 overs

For Barrow Javed Khan took 2-40 off 10 and Gary Collins 2-19 off 8

Chorley v Netherfield - Windsor Park

At Windsor Park Netherfield won the toss and asked Chorley to bat

Chorley lost an early wicket but Ian Dickinson and Edwin Moulton began to build the innings.

Ian Dickinson was out for 30 and Edwin Moulton 80 guided the Chorley innings to 181-5 in their 50 overs

The Netherfield reply started badly with the loss of an early wicket but Ben Barrow 28 and Bradley Earl 21 retrieved the situation

Tom Bruce and John Huck made the decisive partnership and steer Netherfield into a winning postion.

When Tom Bruce was out for 52 Netherfield looked to be sailing home but Chorley had different ideas and they took 4 quick wickets but John Huck 51no saw the visitors home with the score on 182 - 8 off 48.4 overs

Ben Milnes took 3-20 off 7 causing Netherfield the problems with Chris Harty 2-46 off 14 and Nekoli Parris 2-46 off 12.4

Darwen v Lancaster - Birch Hall

Darwen batted first at Birch Hall and made 150 - 8 off 47 overs. Daryn Smit held the innings together with 76no supported by Ammer Mirza 22 and Mark Friend 28

Charlie Swarbick 4-34 and Liam Moffat 4-72 were the Lancaster wicket takers

In reply Lancaster were soon two down and it was left to Charlie Swarbrick 20 and Abhimanyu Khod 41no to try and salvage something

But once Swarbrick was out only Ben Simm 14 showed any resistance with Khod running out of partners

Chris Wade did the damage early on remoing the top 3 and finished with 3-23 off 8. David Bowden destroyed the tail end and took 5-35 off 9.3 overs. Daryn Smit took the other two wickets for 24 off 11 overs

Kendal v Preston - Shap Road

Kendal won the toss and decided to bat. They had a decent start with Syed Ali 26 and Chris Miller 28.

With the fall of the first wicket Kendal lost 3 quick wickets and it was left to Darren Nightingale 32, Thomas Bailey 22 and Shane Hyland 15 to enable Kendal to reach 143 in 44.3 overs

Lukman Vahaluwala with 4-19 off 7.3, Riswan Ali 3-37 off 16 and Muhammad Mursaleen 2-25 off 10 were the Preston wicket takers

In their reply Preston stuggled and only Lukman Vahaluwala 21, Yasin Patel 18 and Mustafa Durrani 10 reached double figures as they were bowled out for 84 in 43.4 overs

The wickets were shared out amongst the Kendal bowlers, Chris Miller 3-21, Thomas Bailey 2-20, Wesley Fernando 2-8 and Toby Tyson and Syed Ali taking 1 apiece

Morecambe v St Annes - Woodhill Lane

St Annes won the toss and invited Morecambe to bat and were soon on top taking early wickets and it was Edward Read 52 and Adam Derham 42 who enabled Morecambe to reach 156-7 off their 50 overs

Shadley Van Schalkwyk took 3-46 off 17 over supported by Mitchell Bolus 2-45 off 10 with Matthew Grindley and Thomas Bradley taking a a wicket

The St Annes top oder all made contributions. The openers Luke Wilks 23 and Gurman Baines 19 with Shadley Van Schalkwyk 23 and Richard Staines 29

Tom Higson was the St Annes hero with 50no holding the innings together and in hitting the winnings runs and reached his 50 as St Annes made 158-5 off 38.5 overs

Irfan Qayyum took 2-30 for Morecambe

Penrith v Fleetwood - Tynefield Park

Fleetwood won the toss and asked Penrith to bat, After an early break through Chris Marrow 52 and Michael Hay 95 took charge and saw Penrith to 186 -7 in their 50 overs

Patrick Ashton, Mike Clinning and Alex Ryder took 2 wickets and Travis Dean the other.

Travis Dean 64, Adam Parker 21 lead the chase and late contributions from Matt Clark 20 and Adam Shorrocks 14no saw Fleetwood 5 short of victory reaching 182-8 to give Penrith the winning draw


FIRST DIVISION SCORES

Barrow v Leyland

Leyland (15 pts) defeated Barrow (0 pts) by 6 wickets

Barrow 115 (David Makinson 4-19), Leyland 116 - 4

Chorley v Netherfield

Netherfield (15 pts) defeated Chorley (4 pts) by 2 wickets

Chorley 181 - 5 (Edwin Moulton 80),Netherfield 182 - 8 (Tom Bruce 52, John Huck 51no)

Darwen v Lancaster

Darwen (15 pts) defeated Lancaster (3 pts) by 51 runs

Darwen 155 (Daryn Smit 76no, Charlie Swarbrick 4-34, Liam Moffat 4-72), Lancaster 104 (Abhimanyu Khod 41no, David Bowden 5-35)

Kendal v Preston

Kendal (15 pts) defeated Preston (3 pts) by 59 runs

Kendal 143 (Lukman Vahaluwala 4-19), Preston 84

Morecambe v St Annes

St Annes (15 pts) defeated Morecambe (2 pts) by 5 wickets

Morecambe 156 - 7(Edward Read 52, Adam Derham 42), St Annes 158 - 5 (Tom Higson 50no)

Penrith v Fleetwood

Penrith (10 pts) winning draw Fleetwood (6 pts)

Penrith 186 - 7 (Michael Hay 95, Chris Marrow 52), Fleetwood 182 - 8 (Travis Dean 64)


CHORLEY BUILDING SOCIETY
( INCORPORATING READERS CRICKET BALLS)
NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE TABLE

Division One

Club P W15 D6 T D1 D0 L NR5 BP Pts
Blackpool 17 11 2 0 1 1 1 1 17 200
Fleetwood 18 10 2 1 1 0 4 0 20 188
Leyland 17 9 3 0 1 0 2 2 18 182
Barrow 18 9 3 0 2 0 3 1 20 180
Chorley 18 6 4 0 0 0 6 2 27 151
Netherfield 18 7 1 0 0 1 7 2 18 139
Kendal 17 6 1 0 2 0 5 3 26 139
St Annes 17 7 1 0 2 0 7 0 25 138
Preston 18 4 1 0 0 0 11 2 29+ 105
Darwen 18 4 0 1 1 0 9 3 22 103
Penrith 17 1 2 0 4 0 6 4 38 89
Lancaster 17 4 0 0 2 0 10 2 10*# 82
Morecambe 18 1 2 0 3 1 9 2 35+ 75

* 5 pionts deducted for late input of scorecard

# 5 pionts deducted for late input of scorecard

+ 2 points deducted for slow over rate


Division Two

Division 2 Round Up:

Fleetwood v Penrith

Penrith were unable to field a side so the match was awarded to Fleetwood

Lancaster v Darwen

At Lune Road Darwen won the toss and invited the hosts to bat

Lancaster started well with openers Faizan Khan 42 and Danny Welbourne 25, but when they were out the Lancaster innings collapsed as they were bowled out for 115 in 41 overs

Chris Crompton with 4-23 off 12 overs and Christian Davies 4-17 off 10 doing the damage

The Darwen reply started steadily until Zac Whalley was run out for 19, two quick wickets fell until Mark Bennett joined John Painter.

These two took Darwen in sight of victory when Bennett was out for 17, John Painter remained undefeated with 52no and saw Darwen home in the 43rd over on 117-4

Leyland v Barrow

Leyland won the toss and decided to bat, this looked to be a disastrous decision when they were bowled out for only 56 runs in 29.1 overs

Paul Riley with 5-10 off 12 overs caused the most damage supported by Sam Henderson 3-19 off 8.1 and Matthew Wall 2-19 off 8

In reply the Barrow innings was not any better as they were bowled out for 19 in 15.2 overs.

Andrew Jacquers destroyed the Barrow innings with 6-6 off 7.2 overs with Steven Pallett 4-12 off 8

Netherfield v Chorley

Chorley batted first at Windsor Park and made 167-8 in their 45 overs thanks to William Harvey 62, Michael Critchley 39 and Max Harper 25

Michael Curran took 5-60 off 12 overs and Scott Clement 1-29 off 11 with two run outs

In reply the league challengers had a bad day only three batsmen scoring double figures.

Captain Scott Clement leading from the front made 69 with Geeth Malinda Kamburugamuwe 20 and Iaasc Medhusrt 16 as Netherfield were bowled out for 130 in the 43rd over

Preston v Kendal

Kendal won the toss and put Preston into bat.

They struggled throughout their innings with 5 players getting double figures, Mustaq Tailor top scoring with 20 as they were all out for 90 in 43 overs

Mike Dugdale 3-16 off 9, Oliver Dawson 3-17, Marcus Hill 2-14 off 12 and Ryan Nightingale 2-10 were the Kendal wicket takers

The Kendal reply never got off the ground only Ryan Nightingale 16 making double figures as they were bowled out for 38 in 20.3 overs.

Preston only used 3 bowlers Mustaq Tailor taking 5-9 off 4.3 overs, Amer Abbas Khan 4-8 off 10 and Haszer Mahmood 1-8

St Annes v Morecambe

Morecambe won the toss and put St Annes in to bat.

St Annes were bowled out in 44.1 overs for 151, 3 batsmen were in their twenties and 4 in their teens. Paul Wilks 24 top scored with youngsters Matthew Yeadon 22 and Josh Taylor 20

For Morecambe Lloyd Smith took 4-27 off 11 and Andy Bird 3-33

St Annes took two early wickets but a stand between opener Matthew Derham 53 and Phil Thornton 71 put Morecambe in sight of victory

Both were out and it was left to Joe Jackson 14no to see Morecambe home 154-5 in the 41st over


Fleetwood v Penrith

Fleetwqood (15 pts) awarded match against Penrith (0 pts)

Penrith unable to field a team

Lancaster v Darwen

Darwen (15 pts) defeated Lancaster (1 pt) by 6 wickets

Lancaster 115 (Faizan Khan 42, Alexander Davies 4-17, Matthew Crompton 4-23), Darwen 117 - 4 (John Painter 53no)

Leyland v Barrow

Leyland (15 pts) defeated Barrow (3 pts) by 37 runs

Leyland 56 (Paul Riley 5-10), Barrow 19 (Andrew Jacques 6-6, Steven Pallett 4-12)

Netherfield v Chorley

Chorley (15 pts) defeated Netherfield (3 pts) by 37 runs

Chorley 167 - 8 (William Harvey 62, Michael Curran 5-60), Netherfield 130 (Scott Clement 69, Joe Barker 4-15)

Preston v Kendal

Preston (15 pts) defeated Kendal (3 pts) by 52 runs

Preston 90, Kendal 38 (Mustaq Tailor 5-9, Amer Abbas Khan 4-8)

St Annes v Morecambe

Morecambe (15pts) defeated St Annes (3 pts) by 5 wickets

St Annes 151 (Lloyd Smith 4-27), Morecambe 154 - 5 (Phil Thornton 71, Matthew Derham 53)


CHORLEY BUILDING SOCIETY
( INCORPORATING READERS CRICKET BALLS)
NORTHERN PREMIER LEAGUE TABLE

Division Two

Club P W15 D6 T D1 D0 L NR5 BP Pts
Blackpool 18 12 1 0 1 0 2 2 16 213
Netherfield 18 11 1 0 0 0 2 4 9 200
Leyland 17 9 4 0 1 0 2 1 34 199
Chorley 18 11 0 0 2 0 2 3 13 195
Fleetwood 18 8 2 0 2 0 6 0 32 166
Morecambe 18 7 2 0 0 1 6 2 27 154
St Annes 18 6 0 0 3 0 6 2 34 137
Penrith 17 6 1 0 0 0 7 3 14 125
Darwen 18 5 0 0 2 0 6 5 18 120
Barrow 19 3 2 0 0 1 11 2 41 108
Preston 18 4 0 0 1 0 11 2 24 95
Kendal 17 3 0 0 0 0 12 2 23 78
Lancaster 17 1 1 0 0 0 13 2 12+* 43

* 5 pionts deducted for late input of scorecard

+ 2 points deducted for slow over rate


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