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All rounder shines for league leaders
Published 04/08/14



YOUNGSTER Will Legg starred with bat and ball as PEPPARD STOKE ROW KITES thrashed CHELSEA NOMADS by 111 runs on Sunday.

Father and son combination Gerry Bacon and 13-year-old Daniel shared an opening stand of 87 before Legg’s 80 pushed the hosts into a dominant position. The 16-year-old showed his class with an innings which showcased an impressive array of shots all around the wicket before he was eventually dismissed by Ashish Quadril 20 shy of his century. Saturday second team captain Gary Legg continued his resurgent form with 33 and allied by Simon Gozzard and Will Sadler, the trio continued the assault as the home side posted an imposing 277-4 off their 40 overs. Will Legg made an early breakthrough - aided by a stumping by the younger Bacon - before the Nomads began to settle in their pursuit of victory.

With Thomas and Whiting at the crease a Chelsea victory appeared possible but their demise heralded a collapse for the visitors.

From a position of strength the Nomads fell away from 125-2 to 166 all out as Legg and Mick Chard senior secured a victory for the Kites.




SOUTH AFRICAN Wynand Lamprecht produced a match-winning innings as PEPPARD STOKE ROW extended their lead at the top of the Premier Division with a 43 run triumph against WELFORD PARK.

Andy Watts also chipped in as the visitors totalled 191-8, before a spell of 3-0 from six overs left the hosts reeling.

Welford Park showed fight, belying their lowly league position, but Lamprecht, Matt Hopper and Jackson ensured they were dismissed for a mere 148.

PEPPARD STOKE ROW

A Watts, b I Herrington 49

W Lamprecht, not out 91

S Muniyasamy, lbw, b I Herrington 7

S Boughton, b I Herrington 0

P Hennessy, b Hutchinson 6

S Fletcher, c Myers, b Hutchinson 13

M Hopper, b Hutchinson 2

G Bacon, st Davis, b Hutchinson 0

D Sampson, b W Herrington 5

R Hayden, not out 3

Extras 15



TOTAL (8 wkts) 191



WELFORD PARK

B Myers, b Hopper 36

M Westbrook, lbw, b Jackson 6

N Salaria, b Jackson 0

W Herrington, c Hopper, b Jackson 0

A Johar, c Hennessy, b Lamprecht 51

M George, st Bacon, b Hayden 9

J Westbrook, c & b Lamprecht 15

A Davis, not out 6

A Hutchinson, c Miniyasamy,

b Hopper 11

I Herrington, run out 6

A Venkatsen, b Jackson 6

Extras 8



TOTAL 148

• Best bowling: I Jackson 4-23, W Lamprecht 2-33, M Hopper 2-44.e_SClBWOODCOTE secured a comfortable win at home to SOUTH EAST READING.

Winning the toss the hosts elected to bat and openers Mayo and Brouard put on 79 for the first wicket, with Jez Mayo recording a half-century before becoming one of three Woodcote batsmen to be run out.

Briefly South East Reading appeared to be on top but good performances with the bat by Stefan Gordon and Mike Stroker restored some equilibrium.

In reply the visitors were soon in trouble at 13-3 against the opening attack of Mark Pearson and skipper Paul Knox and although Zafar Ali batted well for his half-century, none of the other batsmen were able to establish themselves.

Zaheer Ahmed entered the attack late on to claim 3-12 as South East Reading were defeated by 72 runs. e_SClBWOODCOTE

J Mayo, run out 50

JP Brouard, run out 23

P Knox, b Khan 11

S Henderson, b Raqafat 1

M Stroker, run out 27

S Gordon, c Hussain, b Akram 24

M Pearson, b Abbass 2

J Worsfold, b Raqafat 1

A Silver, not out 6

Z Ahmed, c Hussain, b Akram 0

K Brouard, not out 6

Extras 18



TOTAL (9 wkts) 189



SOUTH EAST READING

G Hussain, b Knox 4

U Akram, c Mayo, b Pearson 2

Z Ali, c Gordon, b Ahmed 54

W Ahmed, b Pearson 0

Q Abbass, lbw, b Knox 11

A Javed, b Knox 0

T Sultan, b Knox 7

M Raqafat, c Gordon, b Henderson 0

A Hussain, not out 17

N Khan, b Ahmed 0

A Hussain, st Silver, b Ahmed 5

Extras 17



TOTAL 117



In Division 1 CHECKENDON’S fragile batting was exposed by accurate bowling from visitors STRATFIELD TURGIS.

Paceman Nathan Field clean bowled three of his four top order victims as the home team collapsed to 97 all out in 32.2 overs. The visitors comfortably passed this total in 18.5 overs despite three wickets for Surya Poodipeddi.

CHECKENDON

l Gray, b Field 8

J Acland-Hood, c Brown, b Ayers 8

M Wickens, b Field 0

I Breakspear, c Brown, b Ayers 10

V Chib, b Field 25

V Gupta, c Wright, b Brown 11

S Poodipeddi, c Clay, b Field 2

V Kaushal, c Ayers, b Clay 15

A Podolski, not out 2

R Tiwari, b Brown 1

H Wickens, b Brown 0

Extras 15



TOTAL 97

• Best bowling: Field 4-45, Brown 3-13.



STRATFIELD TURGIS

S Spenk, c Gupta, b Poodipeddi 40

S Clarke, c Acland-Hood,

b Poodipeddi 0

J Wright, c Gray, b Poodipeddi 12

T Shepley, not out 30

M Sandland, not out 10

Extras 6



TOTAL (3 wkts) 98

• Best bowling: Poodipeddi 3-40.



Owen Tong-Jones’ knock of 112 wasn’t enough as hosts GORING had to settle for a winning draw against FARLEY HILL.

The hosts won the toss and elected to bat and put on 265-7. In reply Farley Hill held on at 199-8 to take a share of the spoils.

Division 2 league leaders PEPPARD STOKE ROW 2nds eased to a 34 run victory at home to SHINFIELD.

Having won the toss and electing to bat first the hosts put on 196-8 with Richard Ashton hitting 74 and Gary Legg 73.

In reply the visitors were dismissed for 162 with C Humphreys returning figures of 4-60 and R Woolfrey 3-28 for the hosts.

Visitors PEPPARD STOKE ROW 3rds saw off Division 3 basement side SHINFIELD 2nds by five wickets.

The visitors won the toss and elected to bowl first and dismissed the hosts for 89 with S Fooks taking 4-19 and T Vines 3-22.

In reply the visitors reached their target of 93-5 off just 24.1 overs to win the match.

Published 04/08/14


 
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