Saturday, 12 June 2021

Manning ensures tourists get off to flying start

CHECKENDON began their annual Sussex tour with victory in a 20 over match at SALFORDS on Monday.

CHECKENDON began their annual Sussex tour with victory in a 20 over match at SALFORDS on Monday.

Stewart Manning struck 81, including six sixes and shared a century opening stand with Sam Arrowsmith which enabled the visitors to reach 152-6.

They then restricted Salford to 102-8 thanks to consistent bowling and tenacious fielding, winning by 50 runs.

CHECKENDON

S Manning, b Stone 81

S Arrowsmith, st —, b Stone 9

I Breakspear, lbw, b Connelly 13

J Gray, b Stone 0

S Hegde, c & b Connelly 3

J Breakspear, not out 16

V Chib, c Edmonds, b Jethna 11

J Green, not out 5

Extras 14



TOTAL (6 wkts) 152

Best bowling: Stone 3-12.



SALFORDS

Musk, c Chib, b Arrowsmith 0

Ashwin, run out 15

Fox, run out 6

D Besley, c Chib, b Green 29

Ated, lbw, b Green 3

Stone, c & b Chib 13

Edmonds, b Hegde 1

Connelly, st I Breakspear, b Manning6

Jethna, not out 10

Kumar, not out 1

Extras 18



TOTAL (8 wkts) 102

Best bowling: Green 2-20.



NEWICK reached 203-5 declared in only 37 overs against tourists CHECKENDON on Tuesday with skipper Jonny Barnes hitting 67 not out and M Budd 55.

Vikas Chib led the reply with 77, supported by Ian Breakspear’s 42 but Checkendon finished 24 runs adrift with two wickets remaining.

NEWICK

J Waylett, c Acland-Hood,

b A Breakspear 11

J Akers-Douglas, c I Breakspear,

b Green 24

L Russ, run out 7

J Barnes, not out 67

M Budd, c J Gray, b Acland-Hood 55

R Allum, c H Wickens,

b Acland-Hood 17

C Patel, not out 8

Extras 14



TOTAL (5 wkts) 203

Best bowling: Acland-Hood 2-23.



CHECKENDON

I Breakspear, b Waylett 42

S Arrowsmith, c Budd, b Allum 20

V Chib, c Waylett, b Barnes 77

J Gray, c & b Waylett 4

J Acland-Hood, b Allum 13

H Wickens, b Allum 0

J Green, c Barnes, b Haque 3

N Boulton, c Barnes,

b Akers-Douglas 0

M Wickens, not out 11

E Greenough, not out 4

Extras 5



TOTAL (8 wkts) 179

Best bowling: Allum 3-36.



John Acland-Hood hit 84 for CHECKENDON at ROTTINGDEAN on Wednesday and there were more significant contributions from Josh Breakspear and Jack Gray as the tourists scored 183-8 in their allotted 40 overs.

A fine 74 from George Ledden ensured that the home side were able to overtake this score in 36.1 overs for the loss of six wickets.

CHECKENDON

S Manning, c & b Turner 4

S Arrowsmith, b Lawes 0

J Acland-Hood, c & b Parry 84

J Breakspear, c Yates, b Lawes 31

I Breakspear, b Yates 8

J Gray, c Parry, b Turner 26

E Greenough, b Turner 0

H Wickens, not out 5

A Breakspear, c Betsworth, b Parry 2

M Wickens, not out 8

Extras 15



TOTAL (8 wkts) 183

Best bowling: Turner 3-36.



ROTTINGDEAN

R Swinscoe, c A Breakspear,

b J Breakspear 37

C McLachlan, c J Breakspear,

b Green 0

D Betsworth, c Manning,

b Arrowsmith 20

G Harris, b H Wickens 0

G Ledden, not out 74

D Ledden, c Green, b J Gray 1

M Parry, lbw, b Manning 26

B Harper, not out 10

Extras 16



TOTAL (6 wkts) 184

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