Vs Corridor CC, in Great Missenden, Bucks

Corridor Vs King’s Road CSC
1-Innings Match Played At Pelican CC, Great Missenden, 06-Jun-2015, London Premier League
Corridor Win by 29 runs
Toss won by Corridor

 

Corridor 1st Innings 169/4 Closed (Overs 35)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
Russell Jennings* run out CJ MacNicol   5 0 1 0
Duncan Smith   b L Robinson 13 0 3 0
Andy Kinnear c DJ Sherman b JM Keating 26 0 3 0
Damien Sherlock not out   49 0 3 1
Richard Forge c SM Lavender b D Howard 33 0 4 1
Tim Davis+ not out   33 0 4 0
Julien Wilcock dnb        
Duncan Mallard dnb        
Chris Brassington dnb        
Lee Strachan dnb        
Tim Postins dnb        
extras   (b2 lb5 w3 nb0) 10      
TOTAL   4 wickets for 169      

 

FOW
1-5(Russell Jennings) 2-43(Andy Kinnear) 3-47(Duncan Smith) 4-104(Richard Forge)

 

Bowler O M R W wd nb
MA Small 7 1 33 0 1
CDA Brown 7 1 21 0
L Robinson 7 2 17 1 1
JM Keating 7 0 49 1 1
D Howard 3 0 17 1
SM Lavender 4 0 33 0

 

King’s Road CSC 1st Innings 140/10 All Out (Overs 31.4)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
RSH Mazumder   b Andy Kinnear 3 14 0 0
CJ MacNicol   b Duncan Mallard 1 5 0 0
SM Lavender   c&b Duncan Smith 41 48 4 1
DR Hughes lbw b Chris Brassington 13 33 1 0
AMG Zabel   b Tim Postins 21 29 2 1
DJ Sherman+ run out Russell Jennings   5 10 0 0
D Howard   b Duncan Mallard 3 8 0 0
CDA Brown st Tim Davis b Duncan Mallard 13 7 1 1
JM Keating   b Duncan Mallard 0 1 0 0
L Robinson   b Andy Kinnear 17 21 2 0
MA Small* not out   4 8 0 0
extras   (b1 lb7 w9 nb2) 19      
TOTAL   10 wickets for 140      

 

FOW
1-5(RSH Mazumder) 2-5(CJ MacNicol) 3-45(DR Hughes) 4-73(SM Lavender)
5-84(DJ Sherman) 6-100(AMG Zabel) 7-102(D Howard) 8-102(JM Keating)
9-119(CDA Brown) 10-140(L Robinson)

 

Bowler O M R W wd nb
Andy Kinnear 6.4 0 15 2 1
Duncan Mallard 7 0 29 4 3
Chris Brassington 7 0 23 1 3
Lee Strachan 3 0 21 0 1 1
Duncan Smith 4 0 21 1 1 1
Tim Postins 4 0 27 1 1

Author: Leon Watson

Terrifyingly fast with the ball in hand and famously flamboyant with the bat, Leon is without doubt The Road's greatest ever player. His stellar career has yielded more than 1,000 runs and several million wickets. However, but for a series of shocking LBW decisions against him and the butter-fingered ineptness of his colleagues in the field, there would surely have been more Google +