Round-up of games played on 24 June
Posted on 27th June 2023 at 10:20
Tickhill returned to the top of the Premier Division after a 96-run win over Cleethorpes, whilst leaders Sheffield Collegiate were beaten. The visitors asked the home side to bat first at Alderson Drive, and Harry Swindells (47) held the top part of the order together. At 147-7, the decision seemed to have paid off, but Liam Guthrie (65) led lower order resistance and Tickhill reached 237 all out, Mayank Mishra taking 5-67 for Cleethorpes. For the second week running, the visitors made a poor start and were in trouble at 38-4. Skipper Ian Mansfield then made 37, but Imran Khan (4-42) and Josh Court (4-29) bowled the hosts to a comfortable win. Doncaster Town are now second, just two points behind the leaders, after a six-wicket win over Barnsley Woolley Miners at Shaw Lane. Jack Shutt (3-27) and Joel Gunn (5-38) bowled the home side out for 121, only skipper Beck Frostick (41) and keeper Owen Smith (31) providing real resistance. The visitors’ reply was dominated by an unbeaten 76 off 90 balls from Jaden Fell, and they reached their target with 21 overs to spare. Champions Appleby Frodingham have moved up into fourth place at the halfway stage, just six points off the top. They asked Sheffield Collegiate to bat first at Brumby Hall, where Kieran Lindley took 3-42 as the visitors were bowled out for 109. Lindley was then unbeaten on 36 as the hosts reached their target with six wickets and 14 overs to spare. Wakefield Thornes kept in touch with the leading group after a 45-run win at home to Elsecar. After being put in to bat, Thornes struggled to 104-7 before Imran Mahboob and Dylan Hurst helped James Wolfenden (54) to add 86 for the next two wickets. Joe Denby (3-23) was the most successful bowler as the hosts were all out for 198. Elsecar fared even worse at the start of their innings, and with three early wickets for Matty Taylor (3-28), were 32-5 until Callum Higgins (42) led a lower-order fightback. It proved to no avail, and the visitors were all out for 153 in the last over. After a poor start to the season, Treeton are now up to sixth place after beating Whitley Hall by 22 runs at Washfield Lane. The hosts were another side to be put in to bat, and they posted 215-7, thanks to Viraj Bhosale (50) and skipper Sam Drury (69). James Moorhouse (34) and Neil Longhurst (71) added 65 for the visitors’ third wicket, but no-one else really got going as Will Street returned 4-32, and they were all out for 193. Finally, Hallam gained their first win of the season, against Aston Hall at Green Lane. Alex Hughes (58) and Will Newton (67) got the visitors off to an excellent start with an opening stand of 93, before Samuel Davidson (37) chipped in to take them to 228-7, whilst Niaz Khan took 3-60 for the hosts. Despite 45 from Khan in their reply, the hosts stumbled to 112-7 before Hassan Bin Shahab hit 63 off 63 balls at number nine, and Aston Hall ultimately fell 19 short.
One of the League’s five remaining unbeaten records fell when Houghton Main lost to Whiston Parish Church at Church Fields. With Vikas Dixit making 56, the visitors reached 66-1, before the innings unravelled against Harsha Rajapaksha (5-24), and they were all out for 119. It was far from easy for the hosts in their reply, but Rajapaksha battled for an unbeaten 20 off 49 balls to see them home by two wickets, despite an excellent spell from Haider Jahangir (4-31). A fifth successive win for Cawthorne, by 141 runs against Darfield at Dark Lane, puts them just two points behind the leaders in second. Skipper Mike Jepps (84) and Luke Ogden (54) led the way with a 97-run second wicket stand, and Kade Fletcher contributed 53 off 54 balls in the middle order, whilst Riecko Parker Cole took four wickets for the visitors. When Darfield replied, they slipped to 65-6, and although Parker Cole then hit 51 off 30 balls the hosts were bowled to victory by Liam Wiles (4-45) and Jepps (3-24). Doncaster Town 2nds moved up one place to third after beating Barnsley Woolley Miners 2nds at Town Fields. Thirties from Robert Grace and Joe Gallagher took them to 93-4, Jordan Slattery taking three wickets for the visitors, before Brad Heaps (74 not out off 59 balls) added 76 for the fifth wicket with Maxwell Davidson (31) as their side reached 220-6. Wickersley Old Village lost ground on the leaders when they were narrowly beaten at home by fifth-placed Shiregreen. Arsalan Mir (68) led the way for the visitors, receiving good support from skipper Aslam Hyat (31) and Ibrahim Khan Safi (36), as they reached 216 all out. Mark Cummins was the most successful bowler for the hosts, with 3-60. Cummins contributed 39 at the top of the order in Wickersley’s reply, but received little support, and at 118-7, it looked all over. But skipper Gareth Purshouse had other ideas and hit an unbeaten 72 off 57 balls before overs ran out with his side on 209-8. Ibrahim Khan Safi (4-62) was the main wicket-taker for the victors. Sprotbrough remain sixth after a comprehensive win over Wath at Moor Road. After electing to bat first, the hosts were bowled out for 78 by Daniel Wright (4-39), Sadrian Ward (3-21) and Scott Mantovani (3-7). Despite losing four wickets in the process, the visitors completed their win in the 16th over. Finally, Sheffield Collegiate 2nds completed a 67-run win over bottom club Conisbrough at Abbeydale. After electing to bat first, the hosts slumped to 24-5 against Scott Lowe (3-35), but skipper Ben Fielding (58 not out) then added 76 for the sixth wicket with Matt Tyas (45), and an unbroken 87 for the seventh with Andy Simpson (50 not out off 44 balls) to take them to 187-6. In the visitors’ reply, Hamzah Ilyas top-scored with 40, but the rest of the batsmen had little answer to Fielding, who completed an excellent all-round game with 7-26 in 12 overs.
Ackworth reached the half-way point with a 100% record after a six-wicket win over Upper Haugh at the Boot & Shoe ground. Shinghi Masakadza (4-29) led the way as the visitors were dismissed for 109, and, after the hosts were reduced to 38-4 in reply, Ian Wood (41 not out) and skipper Luke Townsend (30 not out) put on an unbroken fifth-wicket stand of 70 to see their side home in the 28th over. Oughtibridge War Memorial leapfrogged Aston Hall into second place, after the latter were beaten at Rockingham, with a crushing 159-run win over Green Moor at Waterside Gardens. Hasaru Chaamikara (76) was in the runs again, and he received good support from Joseph Boyden (31). Tuffail Dar (32) and Sam Patel (29 not out off 13 balls) then provided a late flurry as the hosts reached 245-8, whilst Mark Elsworth took three wickets for the visitors. Skipper Wayne Hughes made 37 at the top of the order for Green Moor, but the rest of the batting folded against Muhammed Asim Khan (3-48) and Dar (4-6 in 4.1 overs), and they were all out for 86. In a hard-fought game at Hoyland Common, Aston Hall 2nds were bowled out for 132 after being put into bat by Rockingham Colliery. Zobair Khaliq was the chief destroyer for the hosts with 5-24, whilst Robert Ross (48) top-scored for the visitors. Rockingham were made to fight all the way for their win, with the third-wicket stand of 63 between Benjamin Dalton, who carried his bat for an unbeaten 53, and keeper Mikey Denton (35) proving crucial. Danish Rasheed was the pick of the visitors’ attack with 3-30, but the host got home by three wickets with eight overs to spare. Wakefield Thornes 2nds are in fifth place after a high-scoring win over Coal Aston at Stonelow. A third century of the season from opener Nicholas England (117 not out), with supporting thirties from Arsh Gupta, Freddie Egleston and Jonathan Scott, took the visitors to 267-4. In reply, Lawrence Browes put on 57 for the first wicket with Jon Trower, and 61 for the second with Luke Park (64), but after that, wickets fell regularly to Brad Green (3-56) and Adam Naz (4-67), and the hosts finished 16 short on 251-8. Whitley Hall 2nds complete the top half of the table after a 16-run win over Rotherham Town at Baxter Field. William Turner (33) top-scored for the hosts on their way to 154 all out, Orminder Singh (5-38) doing most of the damage for the visitors. In reply, skipper Arslan Tariq (34) and Hussnain Hussain (30) kept the visitors hopes alive, but wickets fell regularly to Rehan Khan (3-24) and Sam Woodcock (3-26), and they were all out for 138. Finally, Sheffield United chased down Wickersley Old Village 2nds’ 180-8 at Bawtry Road to win by five wickets. Nathan Taylor (44), Jack Eggleston (51) and Sam Grew (31) were the chief contributors to the visitors’ innings, whilst Mohammed Altaf Khan (68) and keeper Danuka Hettiarachichi (37) added 70 for the hosts’ third wicket to give them a platform for victory.
There was another big win for unbeaten Division 2 leaders Warmsworth, who made the trip to play fourth-placed Hatfield Town at Carr Side Lane. After being put in to bat, they slipped to 46-4, before Marcus Green (44) and Ryan Pearson (52) added 95 for the fifth wicket to enable them to reach 174-8. Connah Pattison took 3-32 for the hosts, but when they replied, Jack Rodgers (5-46) and Lewis Brown (4-10) shot them out for 61 inside 13 overs. Tickhill 2nds maintained the pressure in second place, after a four-wicket win away to bottom club Penistone. Louis Botha took 3-33 as the home club were restricted to 161-6, a score that owed much to Connor Smythe (58) and Charlie Armitage (61 not out), who put on 71 for the fourth wicket. Opener Sam Roby scored 43 to anchor the visitors’ innings, and they got home in the 45th over, despite Tom Exley’s 3-39. Elsecar 2nds are now third after beating Sheffield Collegiate 3rds’ at home and moving above them in the table. The visitors scored 196-8 after being put in to bat, Daniel Longley (35) and Joseph Goodchild (35) the top-scorers, whilst Molly Whittaker took 4-60. The hosts lost half their side for 83 in reply, but keeper Paul Fenn (68 not out) and Daniel Laister (36) put on 87 for the sixth wicket to secure a four-wicket win in the 38th over. Rizwan Ishfaq took 3-37 for Collegiate. Thorpe Hesley & High Green are fifth after a one-sided game against Hallam 2nds at Crimicar. Ashley Reynolds (3-27) and Rob Horne (3-19) had the hosts in trouble from the start, and they were all out for 66. Mateo Boulogne (31 not out) and Tiger Dalby then took their side to a ten-wicket win in the 14th over. The local derby between Norton Woodseats and Norton Oakes at Matthews Lane was a very tight affair. Woodseats were put in to bat and made 172-7, Shahzad Hussain (45 not out) and Thomas Eyre (41) rescued their side from a potential collapse, and Josh Cross took 3-38, before Cross (34) and skipper Daniel Baldwin (41) helped the visitors to a win by one wicket with three balls to spare. Finally, Parkhead beat Treeton 2nds at Eccleshall Road to leapfrog them and move out of the bottom three, thanks to Ian Davis (51) and Chris Turner (43), who added 79 for the eighth wicket to rescue their side from an unpromising 131-7, to reach 233 all out. Michael Hunter (5-46) caused most of the early damage for the visitors. Turner (4-39) and Hashim Mahroof (3-31) then helped bowl Treeton out for 112.
34 points separate the top two in Division 3 from the rest, despite overnight leaders Wath 2nds’ defeat at Sprotbrough. Monk Bretton moved to the top after beating Frecheville Community, where the hosts were all out for 116 after electing to bat. Dominic Fell (3-30) and skipper Ashley Clayton (3-32) did most of the damage for the leaders, who won by five wickets, thanks to a fifth-wicket partnership of 57 between Kyle Armitage (43) and Clayton (34 not out). Wath 2nds elected to bat first against Sprotbrough 2nds at Melton Road, and were all out for 132, largely thanks to Daniel Credland’s 5-23. Umar Ali (40) then proved the match-winner, after the home side had been in trouble at 61-6, and they squeezed home with one wicket and one over to spare, despite Mark Barlow’s 5-53. Amongst the four clubs who make up the rest of the top half of the table, with just two points between them, are Cawthorne 2nds and Bradfield Village Fellowship, who met at the Sands. Ahmed Kabir (44) and Tom Jenkinson (37) were the top scorers in the visitors’ 174 all out, and Elliot Hallam took 6-52 for the hosts. When they replied, Bradfield could not handle Callum McCarthy (7-22) and were bowled out for 53 in the 23rd over. The other two clubs in the same cluster, Worsbrough Bridge and Oughtibridge War Memorial 2nds, met at Park Road, where the hosts arrested their losing sequence to record an 18-run win. Having posted a modest 129 all out, of which skipper Alex Littlewood made 38, they then bowled their visitors out for 111. In a game dominated by bowlers, Dilshan Sukumar took 4-51 for Oughtibridge, whilst Liam Hague (3-39) and Liam Levitt (3-38) produced decisive contributions for the hosts. Finally, at Bence Lane, Stocksbridge were bowled out for 115 after deciding to bat first against Kexborough. Neil Hinchliffe (4-28) and Thava Nig (5-26) did the damage for the hosts after Matthew Price and skipper Jack Newton (58) had put on 69 for the visitors’ first wicket. Home skipper Danny Bowering (38) then led the way as Kexborough won by six wickets with eleven overs to spare.
Thorncliffe & Wentworth took full advantage of a slip-up by Barnsley Woolley Miners 3rds, beating Rockingham Colliery 2nds at Thorncliffe to go back to the top of the table. The hosts asked their visitors to bat first and restricted them to 122-9, the wickets being shared amongst four bowlers, with two run outs. Keeper Andrew Higgins then led his side to victory with an unbeaten 73. Barnsley Woolley Miners 3rds batted first against Doncaster Town 3rds at Woolley and were all out for 149. Keeper Alfie Gosney (33) and Benjamin Bentley (41) were the top scorers for the hosts, and Christian Dobson took 3-33 for the visitors. When Town replied, Mark Lockwood (30) and Travis Cresswell (53 off 30 balls) led them to a five-wicket win with 12 overs to spare. Third-placed Whiston Parish Church 2nds suffered a surprise defeat away to Barnby Dun, who occupied a relegation place before the game. Alex Pepper (5-23) and James Brookes (3-9) helped bowl the visitors out for 62, and the hosts passed their target in the 13th over with five wickets in hand. Zeeshan Ali (45) and keeper Mohammed Razvan Hussain (67) helped Handsworth Junior SC to 237-9 at home to Higham, for whom Gareth Kilburn took 3-50. Muneeb Khatana took 3-50 when the visitors replied, and they slipped to 110-7 before Kilburn’s unbeaten 34 helped take them to 170-7, still 67 short of their target. Another side to suffer a surprise defeat were Wombwell Main, who had won their last four, but lost by eight wickets away to next-to-bottom club Upper Haugh 2nds. Ayden Dawson and Steven Reynolds took three wickets each as the visitors were bowled out for 153, with Thomas Goldsby-West making 41 and Tom Peck 31. Skipper Matthew Bacon (40) and Sean Hawkins (60) put on 97 for the first wicket when the hosts replied, and they cruised to victory in the 25th over. Silkstone United made it a hat-trick of wins for the clubs in the relegation places at the start of the day, with a narrow win over Sheffield Collegiate 4ths at Abbeydale. Skipper Jakob Taylor was the mainstay of the visitors’ batting with 48 out of 149-9. Charlie Wall (38) and keeper Matthew Butler (50) then took the hosts to 125-4, but the last six wickets then fell for 20 runs to leave them an agonising four runs short of their target. Oliver Thomas took 3-29 for the winners.
There was another big win for leaders Conisbrough 2nds in Division 5, this time over Sheffield United 2nds at Park Road. Gary Strephan (40), Graham Skelton (45) and Liam Stainthorpe (53 not out) helped them post a challenging 233-5, before Craig Jackson (3-25) and Aaron Lowe (4-35) combined to dismiss their visitors for 130, Israr Nazir making 48 in a losing cause. Hallam 3rds kept up the pace in second place after making a formidable 273-8 against third-placed Rotherham Town 2nds at Clifton Lane. Mark Keen (122 off 109 balls) and Matthew Hopkins (101 in 91) shared a 205-run sixth-wicket stand to rescue their side from a precarious 50-5, whilst Shadab Ahmed took 3-60 for the hosts. Ahmed (49) and Shahid Mohammed (58) put on 98 for Town’s second wicket, but the innings fell away somewhat thereafter, Joseph Brennan taking 4-29, and they finished on 209-8. Fishlake moved up to fourth with a big win over Thorpe Hesley & High Green 2nds at Smithywood Road. Opener Josh Yeaman made 61 of the visitors' 197 all out batting first, Andy Barlow taking 3-37. James Yeaman (3-11) and Will Payne (7-31) then shot the hosts out for 45 in their reply. Maltby Miners Welfare hosted Whiston Forge at Muglet Lane, where the visitors were bowled out for 80 after being put in to bat, Gary Porter taking 6-19 for the hosts. Keeper Callum Fuller hit an unbeaten 56 as Maltby cantered to victory by eight wickets in the 19th over. Coal Aston 2nds beat Darfield 2nds at School Lane after batting first and posting 176 all out. Opener Zac Trower made 69 and Jack Waldron took 3-42 for the hosts. In reply, Darfield struggled against David Crabtree (4-39), Moseeb Sajjid (3-19) and Trower (3-19), and were all out for 108, of which Alfie Spurr made 34. Akhtar Khan (54), Ihtisham Mohammed (38), Zeeshan Ahmed (33) and Mehfooz Khan (31 not out) were all amongst the runs as Shiregreen 2nds made a healthy 231-6 against Penistone 2nds at Hatfield House Lane, Charlie Tippett taking 3-47 for the visitors. In reply, Penistone were all out for 115, Khurram Shahzad doing most damage with 6-28.
Both the top two in Division 6 were beaten on Saturday. Peter Holes’ 66 not out for Norton Oakes 2nds against Ackworth 2nds at Oakes Park proved decisive, enabling his side to reach 150 all out, whilst James Clarke took 4-36 for the visitors. When Ackworth replied, only opener Sam Swindin (46) offered much resistance, and they were all out for 100, Chris Baker taking 4-18. There was a tight finish at Wentworth, where Bradfield Village Fellowship 2nds successfully defended 137 all out against second-placed Whitley Hall 3rds. Rituparna Ghose and Gordon Walker (34) rescued the visitors from 53-7 with an eighth-wicket stand of 70, whilst Alistair Riddle (10-7-6-5) and Matthew Brown (3-36) took the bowling honours for the hosts. In reply, Whitley were also in trouble at 47-5, of which keeper Ben Gillott had made 32, before Brown led a lower-order fightback, that saw the hosts fall just two short of their target at 135-9. Nick Cutts (3-29) and Ghose (4-20) did most of the damage for Bradfield. Third-placed Wickersley Old Village 3rds closed the gap on the leaders with a comprehensive win at Brookhouse. Owen Taylor (4-17) and Alfie Berry (5-18) bowled the hosts out for just 93, before keeper Peter Smith (51 not out) and Matthew Whitford (40 not out) knocked off the required runs without loss in the the 19th over. There was a similarly straightforward win for Sheffield University Staff over Green Moor 2nds at Hill Top Lane. The hosts were put in to bat and bowled out for 104, Siddharth Patwardhan (4-19) and Chris Stride (3-20) doing most of the damage. BalaMurali Poddar (35 not out) and Sabeethan Kanagasingham (33 not out) then steered their side to a nine-wicket win in the 20th over. Mexborough Athletic are fifth after a 47-run win over Caribbean Sports 2nds at the Common. Skipper Tommy Hyde (95 not out) and Elliot Hunt (31) got the visitors off to a decent start and they made 196-4 in their 40 overs. In reply, opener Shabaz Qadeer made 60, but most of his team-mates struggled against Hazrat Jarbarkhail (3-28) and Elliot Hunt (4-41), and they were all out for 149. Finally, Michael Dixon (30) top-scored in Higham 2nds' 184-9 against Handsworth Junior SC 2nds at Royd Lane. Waqar Hussain (3-43) and Monir Choudhury (3-43) were the pick of the visitors’ attack. In reply, Junaid Javed made 38, but Dairen Hirst-Spalding (3-18) and Richard Heeley (3-22) helped bowl Handsworth out for 148.
The top two in Division 7, Hatfield Town 2nds and Warmsworth 2nds, met at Common Lane. The hosts were put in to bat and were all out for 120, with the wickets shared by six bowlers. Carl Walton (74) then led the visitors to a seven-wicket win with eleven overs to spare. Millhouses Works 2nds had a big win over Houghton Main 2nds at Middlecliffe Lane, after being put in to bat and posting 217-6. Opener Nick Atrill led the way with 75 and Zach Belfield then took 5-13 as the hosts were bowled out for 85. Stocksbridge 2nds are fourth after a nine-wicket win over Barnsley Woolley Miners 4ths at Bracken Moor. The visitors were restricted to 128-7, opener Chris Wilkes (32), keeper James Wilkes (37) and skipper Adrianna Darlow (35) the main contributors, whilst Chris Thwaites took 3-25 for the hosts. James Hague (65 not out) and Steve Perry (60 not out) shared an unbroken second-wicket stand of 128 as the hosts eased home in the 28th over. Ashley Grace (71) and Joe Booth (40) put on 81 for the second wicket in Eden Grove Parklands’ 173 all out against Sprotbrough 3rds at Hooton Pagnell; Finlay Jones (4-22) and Eric Brown (3-16) amongst the wickets for the hosts. James Rowett (87) and Adrian Stafford-Bennett (33 not out) rescued Sprotbrough from 66-4 with a fifth-wicket stand of 105 on the way to their five-wicket win. Bottom club Mexborough Athletic 2nds narrowed the gap to Frecheville Community 2nds above them to eight points after beating them by five-wickets at the Beecroft Estates ground. Waris Abbas (30) and keeper Jordan Bolland (39 not out) helped the visitors to 123-9, Jonathan Guest taking 5-28 for the hosts. Charlie Whitehead (38) top-scored in the hosts’ reply, and they passed their target in the 29th over.
The top two in Division 8 both won, leaders Upper Haugh 3rds having to fight for the points against Worsbrough Bridge 2nds at Rawmarsh. Robert Stubbings (48) top-scored in the visitors’ first innings 141, whilst William Adams took 4-20. In the hosts reply, Glenn Mitchell made 32 as they reached 72-1, but wickets then fell regularly before they made it home by three wickets in the 31st over. At Finningley, there was an extraordinary game in which no wicket fell, Doncaster Town 4ths beating third-placed Adwick-le-Street by ten wickets. Having decided to bat first, Luke Bishop (39 not out) and Liam Bishop (48 not out) took the visitors to 104-0 in their 40 overs, before skipper Joe Horrocks (61 not out) and keeper Luke Goodwin (37 not out) led the hosts to victory in the 20th over. Rockingham Colliery 3rds are fourth after beating Silkstone United 2nds at Silkstone Common. Lucas Quilter made 34, whilst Steve Taylor (4-20) and James Peet (3-25) took the bowling honours as the hosts were dismissed for 110. Lewis Upton (36 not out) then led the visitors to a four-wicket win in the 35th over, Joe Green taking 3-26 for Silkstone. Wombwell Main 2nds had a comfortable win at home to Wath 3rds after posting 175 all out batting first. Callum Whitehead (31) and Billy Smith (66) top-scored for the hosts, whilst Tilly Thomas took 3-54 for Wath. When the visitors replied, Lochlan Gannon made 44, but the other batsmen struggled against a varied attack in which Henry Skelton (4-28) was outstanding, and they were restricted to 99-8. Ben Davis (55) and Jenson Hayes (43) helped Monk Bretton 2nds to 185-9 against Norton Woodseats 2nds at the Castle Ground, skipper Wajih Naqvi taking 3-41. They then restricted the visitors to 164-5, Jon Colegate carrying his bat for an unbeaten 63.
Leaders Elsecar 3rds were not in action and Barnby Dun 2nds strengthened their grip on second place with a crushing 155-run win over joint-third Fishlake 2nds at Pinfold Lane. After opener Lee McMahon had made 38, Sam Limber (75 not out) and keeper Niall McCarthy (71) came together in a 104-run fourth-wicket stand to help them reach an impressive 249-5. Simon White then took three wickets for no runs in 14 balls as the hosts were dismissed for 94. In a much closer game at Dearne, Kexborough 2nds were bowled out for 114 after deciding to bat first. Skipper Ethan Shillito (47) and James Stoddart (42) added 70 for the second wicket, but when they were parted, nine wickets fell for 37, Connor Turford taking 3-30 and Robert Houghton 4-31. Andrew Greaves (3-37), Shillito (3-43) and Stoddart (3-10) then combined to bowl the hosts out three runs short, despite Scott Hardman’s 35. Whiston Forge 2nds made 189 all out at home to Brookhouse 2nds, Kelham Elliott (42) the top-scorer, whilst Raju Reddy took 6-36. When the visitors replied, Abdul Aziz made 40, but Mark Daly took 4-24 and they were all out for 127. Bottom club Scholes & Harley 2nds enjoyed a big win over Eden Grove Parklands 2nds at Parklands. Keeper Ian Couldwell made 102 at the top of the order for the visitors, Matthew Holmes weighing in with 38 on their way to 227-6. In reply, Parklands were 47-8 before number ten Mike Bayes hit 49 off 42 balls to take them to a more respectable 114 all out. There were four wickers each for Hasan Ali (4-12) and Holmes (4-33).
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