Wednesday, 13 December 2017

Nomads side lose their way

CHELSEA NOMADS elected to bat first on another hot day at CHECKENDON but failed to take advantage in their 40 over Sunday game.

Opening bowler Jack Gray dismissed both openers finishing with 3-28 while teenagers Eesh Mishra and Charlie Gray took two wickets apiece. Athletic catching and ground fielding enabled Checkendon to restrict the visitors to 147-9.

Experienced opening batsman John Acland-Hood was the mainstay of the home team’s inning with a vital 65 before Sunday captain Manpreet Singh played the role of finisher, hitting 47 not out.

Spinners Synge and Tom Hayes threatened for Chelsea Nomads but Checkendon ran out winners by four wickets.

CHELSEA NOMADS

Sisley, c H Wickens, b J Gray

0

Fitzgerald, c Westcar, b J Gray

16

Thomas, b Mishra

29

Fuller, not out

20

Jeffries, c J Gray, b H Wickens

27

D Hayes, lbw, b Mishra

9

I Asad, run out

1

Newton, b J Gray

3

J Asad, b C Gray

2

T Hayes, c J Gray, b C Gray

2

Synge, not out

10

Extras

28

TOTAL (9 wkts)

147

Best bowling: J Gray 3-28.

CHECKENDON

Ash Tripathi, c —, b Newton

6

J Acland-Hood, c I Asad, b Synge

65

M Heslop, c & b D Hayes

2

J Westcar, c Newton, b T Hayes

14

S Dandin, c —, b T Hayes

7

M Singh, not out

47

E Mishra, b Synge

0

Adi Tripathi, not out

4

Extras

5

TOTAL (6 wkts)

150

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