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Match Reports & Teams For Saturday 16th June

 

It was certainly a weekend of what could have been with all three teams in with shouts of winning all their games but sadly all getting beaten.

 

Starting with the 1st's trip to Chudleigh, Capt Craig was gutted that his side couldn't get the final few runs needed for victory.

 

Here is his report: -

Unfortunately back to back defeats.

We won the toss and said we would bowl first in a reduced game of 46 overs per side after a delayed start.

Opening up we bowled well, Stevo picking up a couple of early wickets. Chudleigh managed to put a partnership together to get them going again. Unfortunately we had moments were we were not on top form with the ball bowling the odd four ball etc. Chudleigh finished on 184-9 with wickets shared around special mention to Tim George who bowled really well. He was also very supportive of Christian Bunney in the field.

The score was a few too many on a wicket that did a bit and was tough to bat on at times.

Chasing we lost Walts early on but David Ackford and Buns put on a partnership to get the scoreboard ticking. Once we lost buns, Jacko and then Justin joined Dangerous to keep us in touching distance. However we then lost a few quick wickets meaning were were playing catch up.

Dave Wrench and Dangerous gave us a chance but we lost momentum with wickets and fell just short.

On a bright note another 50 for Dangerous and cashing in on his good form - well done pal!

Terribly disappointing result, however no better way to put that behind us than giving Torquay a good seeing to next week!

Thanks to Bev Walter for scoring and as always our travelling contingent.

Here is Jason's report on the two's: -

2ís are getting closer...

We won toss and chose to bat. Some early boundaries from Charles O'Higgins set the tone but an unfortunate run out meant Felicity Leydon-Davis (3) was back on the terrace. Simon Beare and Charles put 10 on before a catch was taken and Simon (5) was back to the pavilion. 
Charles (20) promised a big one but was bowled with score on 43-3. 
Dom Mulberry (22) and Harry Kandampully (7) moved the score on by 19 before Harry was caught and an over later Dom was caught with score on 66-5. 

Amanda Higginbotham (12) joined the skipper and put on 19 to push towards three figures, before falling to a loud lbw appeal being given. Josiah Caunter and skipper batted 14ov putting on a partnership of 70 and pushing score to 157-7 before skipper was caught for 40. Josiah (35) was caught a couple of balls later and we lost wickets in a flurry - Adam Sellick was run out not facing a ball. Chris Dawe Po smashed a great 12 and Matthew Draper smashed an even greater 25 to get the score to 197-9. Our best effort with the bat this year!!!!!

Tea was a real treat - thanks to the OíHiggins!

Ash started similar to us in terms of run rates although they kept wickets in hand and were able to put the foot down when needed. At drinks we were 75/5 they were 87/2. At 30 overs we were 99/6 they were 128/3. The wickets were shared between Drapes 1-24, Selly 1-41, Simon 1-23, skips 2-29. 
A couple of dropped catches and also other commitments meant we were able to call on James Degg and Sam Agnew as sub fielders but also lost Josiah to the Cumberland centre to check out his knee. Reports are good - clear X-ray, in a support brace and back next week after some rest. 
Good hands and a top stumping from Po and excellent ground fielding from Harry!

Thanks to Dave for umpiring and Stephanie Hutchins for scoring second half.

And from a low scoring match, here is Sean's report on the thirds: -

It was a frustrating day for the 3s on Saturday, having lost the toss we had the chance to bowl first. A good opening spell from Jake Agnew saw him beat the bat several times with Jake finally finding the edge and Ollie Goulder taking the catch behind we removed one of their openers. This was Jake's first wicket in Senior cricket, there will be many more. We plugged away from both ends with Ollie Maynard taking a wicket, then Evie Pitman and Paul Hamilton took over with both taking 3 wickets. Abbotskerswell were 109 ao.

We started batting before tea and made slow progress to start with but looked fairly solid, we then lost both Paul and Ollie Maynard before tea, we were 45 for 2 at tea. On the resumption things went wrong and we continually lost wickets some to good catches and some to poor shots and ended on 82. It was a game we should have won but unfortunately we only came away with 7 points.

Cornwood next week.

1st Team v Chudleigh CC

 

Away to Chudleigh with a 12.30pm start. Players to meet at Tesco car park unless going directly.

 

Craig Donohue (Capt)

Justin Wubbeling (wk)

Andy Walter

Dave Ackford

Jacob Caunter

Christian Bunney

Steve Raven

James Carr

Dave Wrench

Tim George

Jack Horton

 

Scorer - Bev Walter

 

2nd Team v Ashburton CC 1st's

 

Home to Ashburton with a 1.30pm start. Players to meet at Harewood at 12.15pm

 

Jason Degg (Capt)

Chris Po Dawe (wk)

Charles O'Higgins

Harry Kandampully

Josiah Caunter

Felicity Leydon-Davis

Amanda Higginbotham

Matty Draper

Adam Sellick

Simon Beare

Dom Mulberry

 

Umpire - Dave Loynes

Scorer - TBC

Teas - Charlie

 

3rd Team v Abbotskerswell CC 2nd's

 

Away to Abbotskerswell with a 1.30pm start. Players to meet TBC

 

Team - TBC

Umpire - TBC

Scorer - TBC

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Match Reports For Saturday 9th June

 

Another tough week for the three teams with defeats in all games.

 

The 1sts hosted Cornwood at Harewood with the visitors unbeaten and top of the league. Here is Capt Craig's report: -

Unfortunately the 1ís were on the wrong side of the result.

We batted first and didnít really get going. We lost wickets at regular intervals and at one stage were 50 odd for 5. Dave Wrench, Elliot Hamilton, Steve Raven and Chris Dawe Po made sure we had something to bowl at. Wrenchy finished top scorer with 40.

In the field we started really well Jacob Caunter taking a wicket in the first over. At no point did Cornwood run away from us but only defending 150 meant they didnít need to. Their pro Sal proved why he played at the top level by guiding them home.

 We switched off at times in the field again, but that was dispersed by some equally good fielding, David Ackford staking a claim for best short fine leg in the league!!

Also mention for Po, who I thought, and constant commentary from Salman during his innings had a good game behind the stumps, couple of tough chances but glovework on the whole was a great effort.

Disappointed to lose but some very good moments give us confidence into next week.

And as always we are always their to console and support our teammates!

The 2nd's were set a massive run chase by Lewdown. Here is Jason's report: -

Lewdown won toss and decided to bat. 

Skipper set the tone with a maiden trying to lure the in form Derek Ball into a false shot. Joel Larkman took the second over and bowled 0-18 off first 5, coupled with Matthew Draper 1-22 off his first 5, 61-1 at drinks(15) was a decent start. 
Josiah Caunter bowled a 9 over spell 1-32, brilliant spell and ably supported by skipper who finished off his 8 with 1-43. 

A few tough chances went to hand but didnít stick and the 140-2 at 30 was a super platform to really push hard on the accelerator. 171 runs off our last 15 was hard and Joel finished with 1-68 off 9 and Drapes 2-73 off his 9. Others chipped in with Harry Kandampully 0-21 off 3, Jake Campbell-Beattie 0-43 off 3, Charlie 1-17 off 2 and Paul Hamilton 0-11 off 1 plus a super slip catch!

311-6 was a huge one!!!

The tea was something else, they had a sponsors lunch and as such tea was topped up big time.

Our batting is a focus and today was an opportunity for a gritty innings and time in the middle. I didnít expect to chase it down but certainly try and get as many points as we could. Partnerships would be key and we made 15 before Paul was strangled down leg. 6 more runs were added before Charles O'Higgins (14) got one on the boot - lbw! Sam Agnew feathered a catch to the keeper without troubling the scorer. Score 21-3 after 6. 

Harry edged one to 2nd for 7. JCB threatened to clear the rope a couple of times but was bowled for a duck. Amanda Higginbotham looked confident before she walked past one and stumped for 1. 37-6 after 11. Joelís good 17 fell to a bowler who potentially bowls slower and loopier than me....! 

Injured Rob Walker (Achilles) hobbled to the middle at 9 and crafted a good 17 on one leg. Josiah as resilient as ever this season notched up a super 19 before the skipper ran him out!!! Sorry Josiah, I was coming back to the danger end! Drapes looked nervous on his 4 duck innings in a row -  but smashed a quick fire 16 with skipper 23* to take score to 140ao.

Youíve all been tagged in - remember SIDEARM!!!

 

Thanks to Ben Privett for scoring. Thanks to Dave Loynes for umpiring.

 

Our win is just around the corner, keep in there guys!

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Colts Newsletter for May

 

Here is the Colts Newsletter for May from Keith: -

 

Please click HERE to read it.

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Online Club Shop & New Kit Supplier For 2018

 

The club have agreed to use Kitworld as the new supplier for Plympton Cricket Club kit and clothing.

 

Kitworld will be able to provide products of the same quality as previously purchased but at a better price with better delivery times. Adam (from Kitworld) is also available to provide local support if needed.

 

The club will also benefit in the form of new T20 playing shirts and will received a small donation from every order.

 

The link to the Online Kitworld Club Shop is here: -

 

https://kitworld.uk/product-category/plympton-cc/

 

For more information, here is a letter from Club Chairman Keith - Kitworld Letter

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Club House For Hire

 

The Plympton Cricket Club Pavilion is available to hire as a training meeting / room if any club member, friends or family are interested this will bring in much needed club funds.

 

Please click HERE for further information or contact Dave Loynes directly on 01752 785402 or 07881 383590.

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