Vs Battersea Badgers, at Haydon’s Road, Wimbledon

Battersea Badgers Vs King’s Road CSC
1-Innings Match Played At Haydon’s Road, Wimbledon, 31-May-2015, Limited Overs
King’s Road CSC Win by 44 runs
Toss won by Battersea Badgers

 

King’s Road CSC 1st Innings 198/7 Closed (Overs 40)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
JM Couldrey c James Hamblin b Nick Foord 0 8 0 0
L Persad st James Hamblin b Peter Cade 31 42 4 0
RSH Mazumder c James Hamblin b Tom Maskell 2 8 0 0
SM Lavender+   b Richard Dollimore 92 90 13 0
AMG Zabel c Nick Foord b Richard Dollimore 18 34 2 0
CJ Beckett c James Hamblin b Paul Cole 4 26 0 0
MJ Glover   b Richard Dollimore 29 18 5 0
JM Keating not out   1 2 0 0
L Robinson dnb        
MS Rossi dnb        
MA Small* dnb        
extras   (b1 lb8 w9 nb3) 21      
TOTAL   7 wickets for 198      

 

FOW
1-5(JM Couldrey) 2-9(RSH Mazumder) 3-67(L Persad) 4-104(AMG Zabel)
5-147(CJ Beckett) 6-197(SM Lavender) 7-198(MJ Glover)

 

Bowler O M R W wd nb
Nick Foord 8 1 21 1 3
Tom Maskell 7 1 43 1 1 3
Peter Cade 8 0 34 1
Richard Dollimore 7 0 38 3 1
Rory Thomas 3 1 12 0
Paul Cole 7 0 47 1 4

 

Battersea Badgers 1st Innings 154/10 All Out (Overs 35)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
Martin Cloke lbw b MJ Glover 1 13 0 0
Andrew Thorpe run out JM Keating   0 0 0 0
Alex Morse c SM Lavender b JM Keating 42 37 7 0
Chris Shone   b MA Small 6 16 1 0
James Hamblin+ c L Robinson b MA Small 0 7 0 0
Rory Thomas c SM Lavender b MS Rossi 35 44 6 0
Nick Foord c SM Lavender b MS Rossi 32 22 4 1
Paul Cole*   b L Persad 5 13 0 0
Richard Dollimore not out   9 16 1 0
Peter Cade   b L Persad 0 4 0 0
Tom Maskell   b MS Rossi 5 16 0 0
extras   (b4 lb3 w6 nb6) 19      
TOTAL   10 wickets for 154      

 

FOW
1-0(Andrew Thorpe) 2-5(Martin Cloke) 3-22(Chris Shone) 4-24(James Hamblin)
5-61(Alex Morse) 6-114(Rory Thomas) 7-135(Nick Foord) 8-137(Paul Cole)
9-145(Peter Cade) 10-154(Tom Maskell)

 

Bowler O M R W wd nb
MJ Glover 8 1 26 1 4
MA Small 6 1 22 2
JM Keating 8 0 38 1 6
L Robinson 4 1 33 0
MS Rossi 6 0 29 3 2
L Persad 3 2 1 2

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

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