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Saturday, May 27, 2017
Dill & Minors Compete in Championships Final

Shaquille Dill and Dage Minors took to the Track for the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field Championships Menís 800m Finals.

Dill clocked a time of 1:50.86 to finish 5th, while Minors finished eighth with a time of 1:52.48.

Thursday, May 25, 2017
Rawlins & Sussex Seconds Draw With Glamorgan

Delray Rawlins and his Sussex Second teammates Second X1 Championship match against Glamorgan Seconds X1 has ended in a draw.

Susssex 2nd X1 won toss and decided to field, three days ago, with Glamorgan scoring 323 and 224/9, while Sussex would score 290/7 and 22/0 when play came to an end.

During the Glamorgan second inning Rawlins only bowled 3 overs he had one maiden and gave up three runs.

Glamorgan 323 & 224/9 Declared Sussex 290/7 Declared & 22/0

Glamorgan Second Inning

..01 (07) JR Murphy c GHS Garton b A Sakande
..25 (86) AO Morgan c JW Jenner b SG Whittingham
..57 (104) N Brand* c JW Jenner b GHS Garton
..20 (63) KS Carlson c A Shahzad b SG Whittingham
..00 (02) CAJ Meschede c JC Martin b GHS Garton
..40 (143) JL Lawlor Not Out

..00 (25) SW Griffiths c JC Martin b A Shahzad
..03 (07) T Cullen LBW SG Whittingham
..38 (79) RAJ Smith c & b SG Whittingham
..00 (02) SJ Pearce c JC Martin b A Sakande
..40 Extras (8nb-6w-15lb-11b)

224 Total for 9 Wickets Declared after 85.4 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-1 (Murphy), 2-51 (Morgan), 3-107 (Brand), 4-107 (Meschede), 5-113 (Carlson), 6-130 (Griffiths), 7-133 (Cullen), 8-212 (Smith), 9-224 (Pearce)

Sussex Bowlers

5.0-2-04-0 SJ Magoffin
16.4-4-52-2 A Sakande
14.-5-43-2 GHS Garton
12.-6-17-1 A Shahzad
17.-8-22-4 SG Whittingham
16.-2-45-0 WAT Beer
3.0-1-03-0 DMW Rawlins
2.0-0-12-0 NS Oxley

Susssex Seconds 2nd Innings

..06 (13) PD Salt Not Out

..15 (29) AJ Robson Not Out
..01 Extras (1w)
..22 Total for 0 Wickets after 7 overs

Fall of Wickets:

Glamorgan Bowlers

4.0-0-14-0 JR Murphy
3.0-0-08-0 AO Morgan
Monday, May 22, 2017
Bascome, Leverock & Handsworth Go Down

Onias Bascome
Kamau Leverock, Onias Bascome and their Handsworth Cricket Club teammates went down by 4 wickets in their Birmingham & District Premier Cricket League Division Three match against Stratford-upon-Avon.

Handsworth won the toss and elected to bat at Swans Nest Lane, rain reduced the match to a 34 over affair.

They scored 154/6 in their allotted overs, Leverock scored 63 runs, he faced 68 balls hitting 9 fours, Bascome only managed 5, before being run out. Mike Brown led Stratford-upon-Avon bowling attack returning figures of 6-0-30-3.

David Bailey was the Stratford-upon-Avon top scorer with 60, as they scored 159/8 Winston Lewis led the bowling attack with figures of 4-0-11-3, Bascome bowled 6-0-35-1, while Leverock bowled 5-0-28-0.
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Hall & Canada's Juniors Go Down to the Mets

Adam Hall and his Canada Junior National Team teammates smacked out 12 hits but left 10 runners on base as they suffered a 10-6 loss to the New York Mets prospects to open the Dominican Summer League schedule.

The Mets opened the scoring in the bottom of the second on a three-run homer that left the park in left field. Starter William Sierra tossed a perfect first inning but issued back-to-back walks in the second before allowing the home run.

The juniors answered back in the fourth as Clayton Keyes walked with one out and moved into scoring position by stealing second before scoring on an Edouard Julien single to centre.

Sierra recorded two quick outs in the fourth before allowing back-to-back singles only to see one run score on an error before a successful double steal put the Mets up by four.

Cooper Davis led off the sixth with a triple to right and scored when Hall lined a single to left in what was the first of a two run inning. Hall then moved to second on a Clayton Keyes single before advancing to third on a wild pitch. Hall then scored when Edouard Julien ground out to the Metsí first baseman.

Things didnít start off well for reliever Eric Cerantola who took over for Sierra to start the sixth as he allowed four consecutive one singles that brought in one run before a bases loaded walk brought in another.

The juniors didnít not give up as they pushed across three runs in the seventh with Michael Stovman driving in a run on a double to left before Rhys Cratty added an RBI single, while Damiano Palmegiani had an RBI ground out.

The comeback attempt took a hit in the seventh as a two run double and an RBI single with two out gave the Mets a four run cushion that they would not relinquish.
Thursday, May 18, 2017
Heart Break for Lambe & Carlisle United

Lambe & his teammates Celebrate a Goal
Exeter booked their place in the League Two play-off final with a dramatic winning goal deep into stoppage time against Reggie Lambe and his Carlisle United teammates.

Carlisle United scored a 90th-minute equaliser to make it 2-2 on the night and 5-5 on aggregate.

But Exeter's Jack Stacey - who spent time on loan at Carlisle last season - fired a sensational shot into the top corner from 25 yards to make the final score 3-2 and send City back to Wembley, nine years to the day that they regained their Football League status at the National Stadium.

Lambe started the match, but was substitute for John oíSullivan in the 63rd minute.

Exeter, as they did in Sunday's first leg at Brunton Park, went in front with their first effort at goal on 10 minutes.

It was all started by Ryan Harley, who took the ball in midfield and pinged a fine cross-field pass to David Wheeler. He got the better of Tom Miller and laid the ball back to Ollie Watkins, whose scuffed shot took a deflection and somehow found its way past Mark Gillespie in the Carlisle goal.

Carlisle United responded well to that setback, with Jamie Proctor turning well and firing high from 25 yards, while Exeter winger Lee Holmes shot straight at Gillespie from the edge of the penalty box.

Gradually, Carlisle began to get on top with Exeter having to deal with numerous crosses and long throws into their penalty box. Jamie Devitt was off target before seeing another shot blocked and Nicky Adams skied high with Carlisle's best chance from Luke Joyce's deep cross.

Carlisle started a pulsating second half with real intent and almost equalised inside 14 seconds, but Adams' angled shot was well saved by Bobby Olejnik.

Watkins almost made it 2-0 to Exeter shortly past the hour mark when he showed great strength before turning and lashing a shot goalwards, but Gillespie got down brilliantly well to turn the ball behind and substitute Joel Grant also missed a great chance after a brilliant solo run.

Carlisle United responded with Danny Grainger heading over from a corner, but with 10 minutes remaining Watkins seemed to have put the game beyond doubt.

Wheeler was again the architect, driving at the heart of the Carlisle defence and feeding the ball to Watkins, who got the ball onto his left foot and curled a beauty into the top corner from 15 yards.

But Carlisle hit back within two minutes as Exeter struggled to clear a corner and Jason Kennedy scrambled the ball over the line to give the Cumbrians hope. It was a chance they took as well.

In the final minute, a deep cross from Adams found O'Sullivan and he steered a fine header into the bottom corner.

However, with almost the last kick of the match, Stacey sent Exeter to Wembley when he cut in from the right and fired a stunning shot into the top corner to send St James' Park wild with delight.
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