Scorecard

St Albans Cricket Club 4XI v Ware II on Sat 28 Jul 2012 at 13:00
Match was Drawn

Match report St.Albans enjoyed much the better of a draw over Ware II, with an excellent all round effort.

Enjoying a rare home game at Clarence Park, Saints were asked to bat first. Starting slowly, with Ware's Morgan (5-54) swinging the ball tantalisingly past the bat, the innings built momentum with McGregor's 39 adding some impetus. From there, a team effort lead to Parkinson (25) built the score all the way to maximum batting points, with all of the lower order contributing with fine running and selfless strokeplay.

In response, the 9 men and 1 woman of Ware never really got going - though this had as much to do with the IV's bowling hitting a good line and length, as it did the batting side's reluctance to seek victory. Hay, Walker and Parkinson each took a couple of wickets, but Saints couldn't manage to extract the final two wickets that would have given them a well-deserved victory. Skipper Webber was never-the-less pleased to take 17 points away, his side comfortably the better on the day.

St Albans Cricket Club 4XI Batting
Player Name RunsMB4s6sSRCtStRo
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TOTAL :
14w 5b 2lb 
for 9 wickets
21
173

(47.0 overs)
    
Mark Telkman Caught  5
Nauman Nisar Caught  16
Matt Burman Caught  7
Stuart McGregor Run out  39
Matt Wright Caught  12 1
Andrew Walker Bowled  6
Charlie Parkinson Caught  25
John Webber Caught  14
Edward Bottoms Caught  16
Christian Hay Not Out  10
Andy Saunders Not Out  1

Ware II Bowling

Player nameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
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Ware II Batting
Player name RMB4s6sSR
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TOTAL :
 
for 7 wickets
0
107 (43.0 overs)
     
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

St Albans Cricket Club 4XI Bowling

Player NameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
Edward Bottoms10.0416116.001.60
Christian Hay10.0227213.502.70
Mark Telkman7.04700.001.00
Andrew Walker8.001628.002.00
Charlie Parkinson6.0134217.005.67
Stuart McGregor2.00400.002.00

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