Tuesday, 22 June 2021

Hayden shines with bat as Peppard Stoke Row triumph

ANOTHER impressive innings from Dan Hayden helped PEPPARD STOKE ROW to a comfortable 88—run Premier Division

ANOTHER impressive innings from Dan Hayden helped PEPPARD STOKE ROW to a comfortable 88—run Premier Division win at RUISLIP VICTORIA on Saturday.

The visitors made a poor start when Andy Watts was bowled for his third duck of the season from the first ball of the match.

Paddy Hennessy and Jake Leach made useful contributions but it was again Hayden who shined hitting 89 from just 81 balls taking Peppard Stoke Row to 219—9.

Ruislip started soundly but Peppard Stoke Row hit back when Richard Ashton made the breakthrough, holding on to a slip catch off Yakub Vora’s late cut to gift Dion Sampson the 21st wicket of the South African’s productive campaign.

After Peppard Stoke Row took the new ball, swing bowler Watts showed his skills by claiming four wickets, while Hayden was unfortunate to only claim one.



Roy Hayden then picked up another two wickets â?? aided by another fine slip catch to remove Usman Jamil â?? as he continues on his way to 1,000 league dismissals.

The return of Sampson hastened the end of the game as Peppard Stoke Row retain third place.

PEPPARD STOKE ROW

A Watts, b U Jamil

0

P Hennessy, lbw, b Rajashekhar

23

G Bacon, c Julien, b Rajashekhar

6

J Leach, b Vora

24

D Hayden, c Ansari, b Vora

89

S Gozzard, b Vora

19

R Ashton, b Vora

11

A Jordan, c U Jamil, b Vora

10

T Woodward, c U Jamil, b Kumar

3

D Sampson, not out

11

R Hayden, not out

5

Extras

18



TOTAL (9 wkts)

219

RUISLIP VICTORIA

A Ansari, b Watts

24

Y Vora, c Ashton, b Sampson

14

K Julien, b Watts

7

V Srinivasan, lbw, b Watts

8

Z Ahmed, lbw, b Sampson

28

A Kumar, lbw, b Watts

5

P Kapoor, b D Hayden

10

U Jamil, c Ashton, b R Hayden

4

N Jamil, b R Hayden

15

A Rajashekhar, not out

3

J Booth, c Bacon, b Sampson

0

Extras

13



TOTAL

131

Best bowling: A Watts 4—20, D Sampson 3—19, R Hayden 2—22.

After three successive defeats, WOODCOTE eased relegation fears with a win over WOODLEY at Woodford Park.

Paul Knox won the toss and asked Woodley to bat and was soon among the wickets himself, proving the most successful Woodcote bowler with 3—25 in his 12 over spell. He received good support from five other bowlers, with Connor Mattimore returning the best figures (2—30).

When Woodcote batted it was Paul Knox who earned himself the man—of—the—match accolade with the game’s top score. He received good support from Steve Henderson and Andy Silver as Woodcote won by three wickets with nine overs to spare. Kashif Ali took five wickets for Woodley.

WOODLEY

R Stanley, retired

19

S Basra, c & b Knox

9

J Raja, b Knox

6

A Riaz, c Knox, b Bowlby

50

K Chaudry, b Knox

27

K Ali, c Mattimore, b Mayo

19

N Asghar, b Mattimore

8

A Khaliq, not out

6

F Ahmed, b Mattimore

1

Y Khan, not out

5

Extras

22



TOTAL (7 wkts)

172

WOODCOTE

R Lennard, c Basra, b Ali

14

J Mayo, lbw, b Ali

6

M Stroker, c Stanley, b Ali

14

P Knox, not out

74

S Henderson, c Khaliq, b Ali

31

S Gordon, b Ali

0

J Bowlby, st Basra, b Ahmed

1

M Pearson, run out

0

A Silver, not out

24

Extras

11



TOTAL (7 wkts)

175

In Division 1 GORING maintained their promotion push with a winning draw against BRADFIELD.

Batting first Goring put on 268—5 with Tong—Jones (76) and Carrier (69) top scoring. In reply Bradfield put on 142—7.

CHECKENDON secured a low—scoring win over hosts PEPPARD STOKE ROW 2nds courtesy of a low—bouncing wicket.

The hosts opted to bat first and started brightly with Carl Hvass and Chris Proudfoot and were well—placed at 49—1 before a middle order collapse left them reeling at 51—5 due to tight wicket—to—wicket bowling from Vikas Chib and Varun Kaushal, with only Sam Fooks offering any real resistance.

It was left to the last wicket pairing of Dom Hall and Ian Jackson to push the score beyond 100 with a 32—run partnership, albeit to a well below—par total of 112 all out. Kaushal’s figures of 12 overs of spin for four wickets and only 12 runs were the highlight.

Checkendon’s opening pair racked up 84 runs inside 20 overs and looked set to knock off the runs easily, but after Hall pouched two good catches at first slip off Jackson the other batsmen struggled to cope with Proudfoot’s accuracy and four wickets promptly fell for five runs. Matt Wickens was then elevated up the order to help steady the ship and the visitors eventually sealed victory for the loss of six wickets.

PEPPARD STOKE ROW 2nds

C Proudfoot, c Hegde, b Breakspear

11

Carl Hvass, c & b Panwar

20

S Fooks, lbw, b Chib

31

N Windsor, b Chib

0

O Nicholson, c Hegde, b Kaushal

0

J Hern, lbw, b Kaushal

0

N Sharma, lbw, b Kaushal

1

D Hall, not out

14

A Burnett, lbw, b Kaushal

5

P Burnett, b Breakspear

0

I Jackson, b Hegde

18

Extras

12



TOTAL

112

CHECKENDON

J Acland—Hood, c Hall, b Jackson

33

M Singh, c Hall, b Jackson

48

L Gray, b Jackson

2

A Tripathi, b Proudfoot

2

V Chib, lbw, b Proudfoot

9

S Hegde, b Proudfoot

10

M Wickens, not out

0

P Panwar, not out

4

Extras

7



TOTAL (6 wkts)

115

PEPPARD STOKE ROW 3rds earned a draw against runaway Division 4 leaders RUISLIP VICTORIA 2nds.

Captain Rob Dyer (3—43) was the star man with the ball, and he was ably assisted by Pradeep Kumar (2—63) and U14 George Lee (1—25) as the hosts kept the visitors to 263—7. In reply, another U14 â?? Nick Evans â?? top scored with 38, while Lee (29 retired hurt) and Don Townsin also batted well in the top order. Peppard Stoke Row included six U14s in their side as Sam Kimber (23) also starred as the home side reached 200—5.



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