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Sunday, May 28, 2017
St. David's Cricket Club are 2017 Twenty20 Champions

George O'Brien in Action
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St. David’s Cricket Club Win by 1 Run

St. David’s Cricket Club 106 Bailey’s Bay 105/7


This match was clearly not for the faint of heart as the Twenty20 Final came down to the final ball of the match with St. David’s Cricket Club winning by 1 run, with Kyle Hodsoll run out.

St. David’s Cricket Club won the toss and elected to bat, they were bowled out for 106, they had four players go without scoring, with George O’Brien the top scorer with 45, Derrick Brangman was the pick of the Bailey’s Bay bowlers returning figures of 4-1-23-4.

In reply Bailey’s Bay could only manage 105/6, with Brangman stranded on 30. Going into the final over the two time defending champions Bailey’s Bay needed 12 runs with Bermuda World Cup player Kevin Hurdle bowling. Brangman hit the first ball for four, that was followed by a single, the next two deliveries were also singles, leaving Bailey’s Bay needing 5 runs off the last two balls, Hodsoll in a mad scramble made two runs off the fifth delivery and then he was run out going for the third run on the final ball. Dion Stovell was the pick of the St. David’s Cricket Club bowlers with figures of 4-0-15-2.



Saturday, May 27, 2017
Leverock, Bascome & Handsworth Go Down

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Kamau Leverock, Onias Bascome and their Handsworth Cricket Club teammates went down by 2 wickets in their Birmingham & District Premier Cricket League Twenty20 Challenge Cup Round 2 match against Dorridge Cricket Club.

The match was effected by rain with Handsworth batting first and scored 185/5 in their allotted 20 overs.

Leverock batting in the number 3 position scored 21, while Bascome batting at number 5 scored 11.

With rain interrupting play, Dorridge were given a reduced amount of overs and runs required, they needed 115 runs in 15 overs and they scored 117/8 in 14.1 overs.

Bascome bowled 3-0-24-2, while Leverock bowled 3-0-322-2.



Thursday, May 25, 2017
Gibbons Could Be Heading to Cleveland County

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Reports have reached www.islandstats.com that Treadwell Gibbons is seeking a late release from newly promoted Western Stars to head to Cleveland County.

Gibbons has previously played for the Eastern County Club and sources had indicated that he may not be along in heading east as reports suggest that Tomiko Wilson could also be on his way out the door heading to Cleveland as well.

We will bring you any updated information regarding the late transfer news as we get it.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017
Rawlins & Sussex Seconds Update

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Delray Rawlins and his Sussex Second teammates are in a battle in the Second X1 Championship against Glamorgan Seconds X1 at the close of play on Day 2, Glamorgan lead by 69 runs.

Glamorgan 323 & 36/1 Sussex 290/7 Declared

Sussex 1st Inning

..15 (27) PD Salt c SW Griffiths b RAJ Smith
..97 (210) AJ Robson c D O'Sullivan b SJ Pearce
..08 (49) A Sakande c T Cullen b RAJ Smith
..01 (04) DMW Rawlins c T Cullen b CAJ Meschede
..04 (23) WAT Beer c N Brand b JL Lawlor
..09 (53) JW Jenner lbw b KA Bull
..64 (90) LP Smith c T Cullen b RAJ Smith
..57 (91) NS Oxley Not Out
..15 (45) A Shahzad Not Out
..20 Extras (8nb-7w-5b)
290 Total for 7 Wickets declared after 98 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-47 (Salt), 2-69 (Sakande), 3-70 (Rawlins), 4-89 (Beer), 5-124 (Jenner), 6-184 (Robson), 7-235 (Smith)

Glamorgan Bowlers

21.-2-61-3 RAJ Smith
13.-1-59-0 D O'Sullivan
10.-1-16-1 JL Lawlor
14.-1-36-1 KA Bull
18.-4-51-1 CAJ Meschede
15.-4-33-0 AO Morgan
1.0-0-17-1 SJ Pearce
4.0-0-12-0 JR Murphy

Glamorgan’s 2nd Inning


..01 (07) JR Murphy c GHS Garton b A Sakande
..13 (60) AO Morgan Not Out
..19 (48) N Brand Not Out
..03 Extras (2nb-1b)
..36 Total for 1 Wicket after 19 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-1 (Murphy)

5.0-2-04-0 SJ Magoffin
5.0-2-08-1 A Sakande
5.0-2-12-0 GHS Garton
4.0-1-11-0 A Shahzad
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Rawlins & Sussex Seconds Defeat Glamorgan
Delray Rawlins’ teammate Will Beer hit an unbeaten 99 for the Sussex Second Eleven as they claimed victory in an exciting run chase against Glamorgan, in their 2nd XI Trophy match at The Blackstone Academy Ground, sponsored by Hurstpierpoint College.

With the visitors having won the toss and elected to bat, they made 298 for 7 from their 50 overs. Abi Sakande was the pick of the bowlers for Sussex, claiming figures of 3 for 43 from his ten overs whilst Ajmal Shazhad picked up 2 for 46. They was also a wicket apiece for George Garton and Beer.

Glamorgan skipper Neil Brand hit 102 and opener Jeremy Lawlor made 90 as they set Sussex a chase of almost six an over to win.

In response, Sussex made their target with three balls to spare thanks to Beer’s unbeaten 99, plus knocks from Liam Smith (65), Phil Salt (38) and Shahzad (29 not out), for the loss of six wickets.

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