Wednesday, 16 June 2021

Collapse proves costly for Hurley

A BATTING collapse led to HURLEY falling 49 runs short against MARLOW VETS on Sunday.

A BATTING collapse led to HURLEY falling 49 runs short against MARLOW VETS on Sunday.

The visitors batted first with Dickinson and Hillier putting the Hurley opening attack of Bert Simon and Dave Walton to the sword, piling up 59 runs in the first six overs before Hillier was bowled by Walton. O’Toole hit several boundaries in a partnership of 83 with Dickinson for the third wicket.

Stand-in keeper Matt Hampton did a good job behind the stumps while Scott Taylor was the only Hurley bowler to go for less than a run a ball as the visitors declared on 250-7 in the 36th over.

In reply Hurley made a solid start with an opening stand of 75 between Shoaib Kayani and Ramesh Sistla.

Anush Choudhary, David Morgans and Matt Hampton all made good starts but failed to go on, as Hurley reached 187-5 with 14 overs remaining. None of the remaining batsmen reached double figures as McInery ripped through the innings with the hosts losing their last five wickets for just 14 runs.

MARLOW VETS

P Dickinson, c Sistla, b Singh 76

D Hillier, b Walton 23

D Rowlinson, b Morgans 11

P O’Toole, c Hampton, b Singh 78

A Nash, run out 1

N Saunders, b Taylor 16

A Saunders, not out 10

R Saunders, c Singh, b Taylor 0

C McInery, not out 19

Extras 16



TOTAL (7 wkts) 250

HURLEY

S Kayani, c Paskins, b O’Toole 59

R Sistla, lbw, b McInery 23

A Choudhary, st Paskins,

b Dickinson 22

D Morgans, c O’Toole, b McInery 25

M Hampton, c Dickinson,

b McInery 30

R Singh, b McInery 6

D Walton, c A Saunders, b McInery 0

Scott Taylor, b Saunders 0

M Basharat, b McInery 0

P Hinnell, c Paskins, b A Saunders 7

R Simon, not out 1

Extras 28



TOTAL 201

Best bowling: C McInery 6-63.

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