Week 18 – 31st Aug 2019
Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview 2s vs Galleywood 1s – Galleywood win by 27 runs
Galleywood travelled to Rayleigh for their final game in Division 3 for the 2019 season.
Galleywood’s returning skipper won the toss and chose to bat. We found ourselves struggling a little bit at 11/2 but runs from Charlie Murray (42) and Simon Bowring (60) lead the team to 194 all out. Josh Faires was 3-31
Fairview came out to bat at were able to score quick runs but Galleywood were in the wickets as well. Fairview battled hard but Galleywood were able to get the final wicket to seal the win. A Keating scored 33 and Nick Clayden was 2-23 from 9
Another season done for Galleywood, with some notable individual performances through the course of the season. Consolidating in Division 3 is a good platform for us to build on.
Springfield 3s vs Rankins 1s – Springfield win by 6 wickets
Rankins won the toss and chose to bat first, Greenfield was the standout performer of 42 in a batting innings which couldn’t quite gather momentum for the away side as Rankins were 174 all out from 40 overs. Woodrough was in the wickets again this week and was the best bowling performance for Springfield as he picked up 3 for 21 in his bowling spell.
In reply Springfield Powell did the majority of the scoring as he top scored for Springfield with 88 and other contributions saw the home side cross the line with more than 10 overs to spare as Springfield finished up with 175-4 from 33.3 overs. J Broad was the best bowler for Rankins with 2 for 22. Both teams consolidate themselves in Division 3 for next season.
Broomfield 1st xi V East Hanningfield & Gt. Burstead 1st xi – Broomfield win by 5 wickets
A top of a table clash between 2 of the 3 front runners in the league throughout the season and both teams have put together a successful season. A lot was at stake for both sides, Broomfield still had the chance of promotion and East Hanningfield knew that a victory at Mill lane would see them as division winners.
East Hanningfield and Great Burstead batted first and important fifties from Hughes, who top scored with 79 and Newman 57 and a useful contribution from Hemming 32, ensured East Hanningfield posted 208-7 from their 45 overs. Fisher and Turner had figures of 2 for 43 and 2 for 44 respectively has they were notable performers with the ball for the home side. As we have seen this season 208 looked a little light as Broomfield have posted score of 250 plus at home this season, but in a pressurised game it was anyone’s guess.
In reply it was Skipper Aaron Eglin that top scored with 91 to steer his side towards the target score Lyon 29 and Baines 38 were the other contributors of note as Broomfield chased down the target with a little over 4 overs to spare. Finishing on 211-5 from 40.4 overs. The notable performer with the ball for East Hanningfield was A Stevens who bowled 10 overs for only 12 runs which included 7 maidens and one wicket but this wasn’t enough to keep a strangled hold on the Broomfield batsmen as they got the runs required. Victory means that Broomfield finish in 3rd this year and East Hanningfield will finish runners up as the result between Hatfield Peverel and Navestock didn’t go the way they wanted.
Hatfield Peverel 1st XI & Navestock 1st XI – Hatfield Peverel win by 100 runs
1 of 2 games in the division that going into the final day had any significance, a win for Navestock would dent any chance of Hatfield Peverel winning the league but also potential to slip out of the
promotion spots as well, but a win for Peverel and anything could happen depending on the result from the Broomfield and East Hanningfield match.
Navestock 1st XI Won the toss and elected to field.
Hatfield Peverel scored – 225 ao (44.4 Overs), Danny McIntyre top scored with 52, as Ryan Scott and Matt Simmons were in the wickets again not for the first time this season as they finished up with figures of 4-58 and 3-25 respectively.
In reply Navestock kept with the rate but the steady flow of wickets meant that they finished off with 125 all out from 27 overs, Tiraj Patel the batsmen of note that score 35 as Danny McIntyre completed an important all-round performance adding to his earlier 52 with 5-38 from his bowling spell. A comfortable victory in the end for Hatfield Peverel and news that Broomfield had won meant Hatfield Peverel were this season’s Division 3 Champions
High Easter 1s vs Old Chelmsfordians 2s – OCs win by 6 wickets.
Old Chelmsfordians travelled to High Easter for their last game in Division 3 for this season. It was a match that didn’t have any significance, so both sides gave opportunities to a couple of their under 15s, in a league which have seen a lot of youth players playing.
Old Chelmsfordians won the toss and chose to bowl, feeling chasing would be easier on this small ground but also going with their stronger suit that bowling has been this year. It was a ground where you would get good value for your shots at High Easter, a short and fast outfield meant plenty of runs were there to be had. Skipper Alex Critchell started well and bowled with pace and extracting bounce from the surface as well as utilising the inswinger as well, bowled through with figures of 10-1-42-3. The introduction of Ross Cant (10-3-29-3) put further pressure on with his tight and consistent bowling and the home side who would themselves 6 down for about 90 with Jon Norgrove with any real contribution of 34. But there was a counter attacking partnership between N Glidden (37) and L Bentley (57), who showed that if you got yourself in then in can cash in on anyloose deliveries which was exactly what they did. Attacking the short boundaries and some big blows got High Easter towards a competitive score. George Landers returned into the action and picked up two in two but the hat-trick wasn’t to be. Dave Grainger bowled towards the end of the innings and like landers will have an opportunity for hat-trick at the start of next season. High Easter were all out for 172 from 40.3 overs.
In reply OCs got off to a good start and Rich Paton and Dom Norman put on 92 as the opening partnership Norman the aggressor with near a run a ball 51 but was out the ball after he reached the landmark. Paton then hit a 6 to go to his own half-century, but tried a repeat but like Norman fell the ball after reaching the landmark and out for 55 to Tom Moss who tried to control the run rate with the standout figures 7-1-34-2. Mann and Greenwood also picked up a wicket a piece but Andy Cook 19* and Jonny Alderton 0* saw OCs home who win their last two games of the season.
Week 17 – 24th Aug 2019
Galleywood 1s vs High Easter 1s – Galleywood win by 54 runs
Galleywood batted first in this mid-table clash at Slades Lane and posted a very strong score of 240-9 from their 45 overs. James Adams in the runs again for Galleywood had scored a well made 109, was ably backed up Reeve 40 and Swann 39, left the home side feeling confident. N Gliddon 10-0-50-4 and L Bentley 10-0-65-2 were the notable performance with the ball for High Easter.
In reply High Easter were bowled out for 186 and with regular wickets meant the away side fell behind the rate and needed someone to push on past fifty. L Bentley added 49 to his 2 wickets earlier in the day and J Moss 39 the top scorers for High Easter. Wickets were shared throughout the Galleywood seam attack with Sam Adams 7-3-16-2, Nick Clayden 9.1-2-33-2 and Zack Hicks 10-2-54-2, all taking two wickets each. But Josh Felton was the standout performer with 8-1-26-4, as Galleywood do the double over High Easter this season, both teams will remain the division after solid season for both clubs. Both clubs face the bottom two teams next week, with High Easter at home to Old Chelmsfordians, whilst Galleywood travel away to Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview.
Rankins 1s vs Hatfield Peverel 1s – Rankins win by 84 runs
An Afternoon with much to play for Rankins needing to win to avoid the slim chance of relegation and for Hatfield Peverel looking to maintain top spot in their battle for the division title with East Hanningfield and Gt. Burstead and Broomfield.
Rankins won the toss and to chose to bat first and posted 244 for 9 from 45 overs contributions all round but Treen was the top performer with the bat scoring 73 with Patel also scoring 61. McIntyre and Richardson both picked up 3 wickets each McIntyre’s figures were creditable with 10 overs 3 for 37.
A tough run chase was in store for Hatfield Peverel, Hills 65 and Clark 58 gave the league leaders every chance of chasing down their target, but after they were both out it was a struggle for the away side as they were all out for 160 from 37 overs. P Patel bowled 7 overs and took 7 for 14 to dent the away sides chances of the league title. Despite this Hatfield Peverel are still very much in the hunt a slip up from East Hanningfield on the final round of fixtures and Peverel can snatch the league title. A Rankins victory now means that both Old Chelmsfordians and Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview are unfortunately relegated.
Navestock 1s vs Springfield 3s – Match Tied
A mid-table clash was in store at Navestock with both teams could play with freedom with nothing riding on the game, Springfield had won the reverse fixture earlier in the season.
Springfield batted first and were all out for 225 from 44.4 overs, no batsmen reached 50 during the Springfield innings but Powell 44, M Trim 49 and F Williams 38.
In reply similarly to the Springfield no batsmen passed 50 for Navestock Patel 38 and Enderley 42 pushed the home side close to the target but it wasn’t quite enough a tense finish was to come and as the game ended in a thrilling tie, this game is one of 9 games across all divisions that has ended in a tie this season. M Trim was the notable performer with the ball for Springfield as he took 3 for 39 as he continued his good day with bat and ball.
Old Chelmsfordians 2s vs Broomfield 1s – Old Chelmsfordians win by 4 wickets
A game with much significance Broomfield looking to push not only for promotion but a potential league title, Old Chelmsfordians knew that nothing short of a win will do to avoid relegation and the hope of the result between Rankins and Hatfield Peverel go in their favour.
Broomfield batted first on what people felt was going to be a good batting deck and in very hot conditions. Alex Critchell made an early inroad into the Broomfield batting line up and the introduction
of Matt Robson who took 2 wickets in his first two overs left Broomfield 44-3 from 13 overs. Matt Turner and Rich Lynn both scored half-centuries 52 and 62 respectively but pressure back on the home side bowling attack. The introduction of Jones saw the dismissal of Turner. Wickets fell after Turner’s dismissal with Lynn watching on from the other end. Owen Jones finished with a spell of 5-0-16-3, 15 year old Jonny Alderton also picked up a wicket in his first over on his 2s debut. Lynn continued to bat on however and push Broomfield towards a score of around 170 which on a dying pitch which was keeping low on occasions. Alex Critchell returned to finish off the innings with 10-2-35-3 as Broomfield were all out for 168.
In reply Old Chelmsfordians opened up with Dom Norman and Chris Gregory and the opening stand got the home side off to a flyer and were 65-0 after 10 overs. The OCs batting though after the loss of the first wicket were put under pressure and in period where only 30 runs were scored 3 wickets lost in 12 overs put Broomfield right back in the game and after Dom Norman was dismissed for an entertaining 53. Disciplined and accurate bowling from Cowell 10-2-23-1 and Eglin 10-2-32-3 slowed up the scoring rate and put a strangle hold on the OCs batsmen coming in, meant the game was in the balance. OCs were 126-6 requiring another 43 for victory from 13 overs, Andy Cook 49* and Matt Robson 16* saw OCs home with just over 3 overs left.
Broomfield can still get promoted, however news broke of a Rankins win against Hatfield Peverel meaning OCs were relegated despite best efforts and Broomfield will look to leapfrog Peverel on the last day.
East Hanningfield and Gt. Burstead 1s vs Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview 2s – EH&GB win by 9 wickets
A promising start by the visitors proved deceiving as title chasing EH&GB easily overcame bottom of the table Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview 2s.
After electing to bat, the visitors flew to 37-0 off of 4 overs and a big total looked likely. But N Davidson (4-54) and Hemming (3-19) soon found their lines and lengths on a bouncy wicket, reducing Fairview to 54-5. The bowlers were ably supported by some excellent close catching from B Leworthy who took four catches including a screamer in the gully to dismiss the in-form A Keating first ball. Only A Jellett (32) and Moore (15) offered much resistance as Fairview were dismissed for a poor 105 all out from 29.4 overs.
The hosts made light work of their target, reaching 109-1 in the 20th over. Captain P Morgan top scored with 49 not out. M Norton was the only man out l, caught at mid off to A Madhun.
Week 16 – 17th Aug 2019
Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview 2s vs High Easter 1s – Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview 2s win by 9 wickets.
High Easter batted first and were bowled out for 138 with a couple of overs unused. Wickets shared around as Arun 6-1-16-3, Johnson 10-2-32-2, D Lawson 10-3-31-2 and J Faires 7.1-1-23-2 all picked up wickets for the home side.
Their good bowling performance injected hope for the home side who knew how important a win was in their battle to avoid the drop. Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview chased the target down controllably with Adam Keating in the runs again and added another fifty after on the previous week to finish on 64* and with the helping hand of D Lawson 42* meant the home side enjoyed a much needed victory, T Moss bowled tightly and tried to apply the pressure 9.3-2-19-0. Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview will hope the other results in the next couple of weeks fall in the favour to avoid relegation. RRF face an away trip to East Hanningfield who are eyeing up a top spot, whilst High Easter are away to Galleywood, as a battle to finish 4 in the division develops.
Broomfield 1s vs Rankins 1s – Rankins win by 2 wickets
Rankins won the toss and chose to bowl first, as Broomfield mustered 157 all out in their innings with Aziz scoring 50. Ashdown, a consist performer with the ball for Rankins this season took 4 for 41 from his 10 over bowling spell.
In reply regular wickets during the Rankins innings left the game on a knife edge as Scott Fisher was the notable performance with the ball for Broomfield with 10 overs 2 for 20. But that wasn’t enough as P. Patel showed nerves of steel to help guide Rankins to a last ball victory in a tense affair as they were 8 down in doing so. Finishing on 159-8 from 45 overs. Broomfield it dents their title chances but they can still win the league as no fixture in this division is for granted. Broomfield will play OCs next week with the game having all to play for at both ends of the table. As Rankins will be back at home against Hatfield Peverel who like Broomfield looking to win the league.
Hatfield Peverel 1s vs Galleywood 1s – Hatfield Peverel win by 40 runs
Galleywood travelled to Hatfield Peverel today and won the toss and elected to bowl on a soft wicket. Galleywood were excellent in the field making sure we chased every ball and saved every run. Peverel finished on 114/6 after their 45 overs. Simon Bowring was 2-21 and F Clark was 39.
Galleywood struggled to make in roads to the total, losing wickets quickly, and eventually collapsing to 74 all out. H Clark was 4-9 and James Adams made 34. Hatfield Peverel remain top with 2 games to go and Galleywood 5th and in the race to finish 4th. Hatfield Peverel travel to Rankins as Galleywood entertain High Easter.
Springfield 3s V East Hanningfield & Gt. Burstead 1s – EHGBCC win by 8 runs
EHGBCC batting first scored 214 all out from there 45 overs, P Morgan scored 36 supported Catchpole who top scored with 69. L England and S Ellis picked up 2 wickets a piece, but T Woodrough was the notable performer with 4 for 44.
in reply Springfield scored 206 for 9, contributions from I Vince 36, R Williams 30 and F Williams 63, meant that the home side were always in with a sniff of victory, but the East Hanningfield & Gt. Burstead bowlers kept their nerve to leave Springfield just short of the target. K Hemming 2 for 43 and A Stevens 3 for 32 were the stand out bowling performances.
Navestock 1s vs Old Chelmsfordians 2s – Navestock win by 6 wickets
Navestock won the toss on a pitch that had been uncovered overnight and was soft from that Friday’s rain. It turned out it was an important toss to win. The Navestock bowlers used the conditions bowled on good lines and lengths as pitch was popping off a length and keeping low, it just needed an OCs batsman to stay in and cash in later on as the pitch dried out. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the case as
regular wickets as the away side collapsed from 36-1 to 62-9. As B Greaves 10-4-27-3, D Firth 10-2-13-4 and R Scott 8-0-21-2 ripped through the OCs order and used pitch very well. Late resistance from Matt Robson and Jake Edwards frustrated the home side for a while as their partnership creeped the away side over 100, Robson finally fell for 35 leaving Edwards 8*. OCs finished on 109 all out after 40.5 overs.
In reply the target didn’t seemed challenging but there was still plenty in the pitch as it proved in the Navestock innings to make the run chase difficult. A couple of early wickets gave OCs some hope but their were enough partnerships throughout the Navestock innings which got them over the line. As T Patel top scored with 37, K Scott 24, as L Faulkner and M Richards saw Navestock home. Dave Grainger and George Landers picked up one each and Matt Robson picked up 2 as OCs grabbed 2 points but will need more with two games left to stay up. OCs are at home to Broomfield next week and Navestock are at home again to Springfield.
Week 15 – 10th Aug 2019
Old Chelmsfordians 2s vs Springfield 3s – Springfield win by 23 runs
Old Chelmsfordians won the toss which meant new skip Critchell had won 3 from 3 so far in his Captaincy and chose to bowl on a green tinted pitch. Another close game in store as it was in the reverse game earlier on in the season.
The home side had Springfield about 90 odd for 5 before a small rain shower interrupted proceedings and meant the game was reduced to 43 overs a side. After the break Matt Trim 59* and Troy Nice 36, counter-attack in an attempt to propel Springfield towards that 200 mark which many thought would be a par score or just above par and also a contribution from J Freestone 41 meant that Springfield posted 196/6 from 43 overs, Critchell took 2 for 34 from his bowling spell.
In response Old Chelmsfordians took 12 off the first over, but once the Springfield opening bowlers got their radars right they bowled tightly and testing the OCs batsmen, L England doing damage earlier as the OCs innings fell into the similar pattern of the Springfield innings. A partnership between Rich Paton and Alex Critchell, who both fought hard and knuckled down, Paton was soon out to England, but Critchell hit two big sixes and swept well against the spinners as he made his way towards 50 before England struck again to remove Critchell for 48, the skipper at least had given the home side a chance. But with the pitch not easy to start on and the run rate nearing 9-10 an over the Springfield bowlers bowled well towards the end and mopped up the tail. L England finished with 5 for 21. Another close game between the two sides again, but increases the likelihood of an OCs relegation.
Galleywood 1s vs Broomfield 1s – Broomfield win by 4 wickets.
The home side batted first and scored 201 all out off 41.5. James Adams in the runs again for Galleywood as he top scored with 76. Scott Fisher was the stand out performer with the ball for Broomfield as he got 4-43 from his bowling spell.
In reply Broomfield chased down the Galleywood score but needed 44 overs to chase the target set, no particular standout performers with the bat from Broomfield with all batsmen contributing evenly as the away side were 6 down when the game concluded. Unfortunately no bowling performances to bring you from the Galleywood bowlers.
East Hanningfield & Great Burstead 1st XI & Navestock 1st XI.- EH & GB win by 4 wkts
East Hanningfield & Great Burstead 1st XI Won the toss and elected to field.
The away side batted first and struggled with Matt Richards top scoring with 25 as Navestock slowly made there way to 101 all out from their 45 overs. Peter Morgan the outstanding performer with the ball with 4 for 5 in his spell.
In response East Hanningfield and Gt. Burstead reached 102-6 from 30.1 overs, D Hinagan scored 43 and this was the top score for East Hanningfield as it was a day that seemed to be dominated by the bowlers, as Matt Simmons and Ryan Scott picked up 3 wickets each as they finished with 3-13 and 3-15 respectively.
Rankins 1s vs Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview 2s – Rankins win by 3 wickets
Rankins prevailed in a bottom of the table encounter at Broomhills.
On an extremely blustery day, the away side won the toss and decided to bat with A Jellett (34) and J Faires (36) getting the visitors off to a great start reaching 79-0 off 14 overs. However, three quick wickets followed and slowed the run rate but a well
timed 52 from A Keating helped to get Fairview back on track. Another flurry of wickets reduced Fairview to 155-7, but 22 from Madhun and 18 from Payne helped Fairview reach 200 all out from 44
overs. P Patel starred with the ball, taking 5-33 from 9 overs with S Ashdown (3-47) also bowling well.
In response, after a good bowling start by J Faires and S Collins (1-33, off of 10 overs), the home side always looked in control, and despite a few late wickets thanks to A Madhan’s spin (3-44), reached their total after 35.5 overs. S Jaitly with 31, and P Patel (30) and S Ashdown (30) followed up their good bowling performances to take Rankins to victory and consign Rettendon & Rayleigh Fairview 2s to likely relegation.
High Easter 1s vs Hatfield Peverel 1s – Hatfield Peverel win by 6 wickets
High Easter batted first and were bowled out for 167 inside 40 overs, with Jon Norgrove top scoring with 32*. Wickets were shared out in particular Lenoir 7-1-28-3, Castledine 10-0-39-2 and Moore 2.4-0-16-2.
In reply Hatfield Peverel chased down their target and finished on 171-4 off 28.2 overs, with Castledine being the major contributor for the away side with a smashing 132*. Glidden taking all of the Hatfield Peverel wickets that fell, and finished with 8-1-17-4 form their spell.
Week 14 – 3rd Aug 2019
Hatfield Peverel 1s vs Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview 2s – Hatfield Peverel win by 10 wickets
The league leaders easily overcame bottom of the table Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview 2s.
The away side could only muster 148 all out from 40.3 overs. T Streatfield made 34 and G O’Halloran 46. D Mcintyre (4-34) and H Clarke (3-28) starred with the ball.
The home side easily overcame that target, reaching 152-0 off of 24 overs. F Clarke did the main damage with 93 not out and E Moore supported with 47 not out. J Faires was the least expensive bowler, with 0-24 off of his 6 overs.
Old Chelmsfordians 2s vs East Hanningfield & Gt. Burstead 1s – Old Chelmsfordians win by 4 wickets
EHGBCC batting first scored 152 for 8 from there 45 overs. OCs took regular wickets throughout the innings both Chris Gregory 2 for 31 and Alice Green 2 for 26 continued where they had left off from the previous weekend were the standout bowlers as wickets on the whole were shared around. A Hamilton 35 and N Davidson 16 were the two top-scorers for the away side.
In reply Old Chelmsfordians chased down the target and scored 153 for 6 from 36 overs. Contributions from Dom Norman 25, and winning partnership between Dave Grainger 25* and Alex Critchell 39*, but K Hemming 1 for 26 and A Stevens 3 for 38 had caused damage earlier in the innings.
Broomfield 1s vs High Easter 1s – Broomfield win by 25 runs
Broomfield batted first and scored 260-8 off their 45 overs L Farrow 101 and R Lynn with yet another score this year with 54 propelled the home side to a good score. Wickets were shared around for the High Easter bowlers, N Gliddon 10-1-55-2, H Green 8-0-45-2 and M Green 2-0-11-2, all took 2 each.
In reply the away side made a decent attempt to chase the target down with H Brisland 43, J Norgrove 41 and H Green adding to his two wickets earlier in the day with 38 but unfortunately wasn’t enough for the away side to snatch victory. With wickets from N Deacon 10-0-58-3, A Eglin 8-1-41-3, S Fisher 10-1-38-2 meant High Easter fell just short of their chase with 235-9 off of 45 overs
Springfield 3s vs Galleywood 1s – Springfield win by 49 runs
Galleywood won the toss and chose to bowl over at Coronation Park today. Springfield batted their full 45 overs and amassed 250 runs for the loss of 7 wickets. Their top scorer was Iestyn Powell, with 51 and our best bowler on the day was Sam Adams who ended with figures of 3-33 from his 7 overs.
In reply, Galleywood battled away but fell short of the total making only 201 all out. Top run scorer was James Adams with 46 from 50 deliveries. Springfield best bowler was Matt Trim who had figures of 3-48 from his 10.
Navestock 1s vs Rankins 1s – Navestock win by 4 wickets
The away side won the toss and chose to bat first and posted 167-8 off of 45 overs. Jack Treen top scored for Rankins with 50* and the best bowler for Navestock was Matt Simmons who bowled 10 overs 2 for 34.
In response Navestock chased down the total with 14 overs to spare, T Patel 73 top scoring in the run chase. With the notable performance with the ball for Rankins being C Ashdown who bowled 8 overs 3 for 29
Week 13 – 27th July 2019
Rankins 1s vs Old Chelmsfordians 1s:
On a day where conditions were going to be testing to say the very least. Both teams near the bottom of the table and with the rest of the division games called off because of the rain, the game had that bit more riding on it.
The home side batted first and try and set a score, Matt Bowerman opened the bowling following is 2s debut the week before, with his fellow under 15 teammate Jake Edwards. Bowerman taking two early wickets leaving the home side in a bit of trouble, the partnership was built between A Warner 20 and D Greenfield top scorer 54. Before the introduction of Alice Green 10-0-25-4, made the breakthrough dismissing Warner and her control with the ball sparked a mini collapse as she claimed 3 further wickets. A useful 30* from B Pettitt saw Rankins score a 150 for 9 from their 45 overs.
More rain during the interval and further not looking to be improving OCs look to try and chase down the rankins score it was always going to be difficult however. Unfortunately for OCs the regularity of wickets throughout left them 60-7 as the top order struggled against Ashdown 9-3-25-2, Pettit with incredible figures of 10-6-9-2 and further pressure from Nanda 8-1-16-3 put Rankins firm control of the match, Matt Bowerman who came in at Number 7 top scored with 37* gave the away side a glimpse but Patel came back and finished off the innings leaving him with figures of 8.2-2-31-2.
Rankins move up to 8th and face the away trip to Navestock, while OCs are back at home to top of the table side East Hanningfield.
All other fixtures in the league:
Hatfield Peverel vs East Hanningfield
High Easter vs Springfield
Galleywood vs Navestock
Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview vs Broomfield
All games abandoned without a ball being bowled due to the heavy rain.
Week 12 – 20th July 2019
East Hanningfield & Gt. Burstead 1s vs Rankins 1s – East Hanningfield win by 3 wickets.
The home side won the toss and chose to bowl first.
The visitors posted 141-9 using all 45 of their overs Brain Pettit 31 not out and D Nanda 17 not out ensured the tail wagged to get Rankins up to a score. Andy Stevens 4 for 26 and Kris Hemming 3 for 30 pick of the bowlers for East Hanningfield to restrict Rankins in what could be a chase-able score for the home side.
As it turned out to be East Hanningfield chased their target down inside 35 overs with contributions from Catchpole 50 and D Smith 32 as the East Hannignfield finished on 142 for 7, so didn’t have it all their own way. Lee Hayward 3 overs 3-14 and Chris Ashdown 10 overs 2-40 made it diificult for the home sid.
Navestock 1s vs High Easter 1s – High Easter won by 15 runs.
High Easter batted first in a game that due to the inclement weather meant the game was reduced to 40 overs a side. The visitors posted 205-5 off of their 40 overs with H Green the standout performance being the mainstay of the innings with 104*. Good bowling performances from T Mcarthy 7-1-19-1 and B Greaves 10-2-49-1.
In reply the regularity of wickets halted the progress of Navestock, who got close thanks to M Richards 49 and Matt Simmons 32, but thanks H Green completing his all round performance with 10-1-25-3 and T Moss 10-0-33-2 restricted Navestock in their pursuit to a score of 190-8 off of 40 overs
Old Chelmsfordians 2s vs Galleywood 1s – Galleywood win by 81 runs.
OCs won the toss and elected to field. A steady start from Galleywood ensured before regular wickets fell throughout the innings. Runs were hard to come by with no significant contributions barring Reeve 47 and a quickfire 39 by S. Adams got Galleywood to 218-8. Robson the pick of the bowlers 3-24. OCs innings never got going losing early wickets to Hicks 3-19 and scrambling to 100-8. A couple of breezy 20s got OCs to 137 all out in 43 overs.
Broomfield 1s vs Hatfield Peverel 1s – Broomfield win by 7 wickets.
Hatfield Peverel batted first and were all out for 117 from 31 overs with only Moore top scoring with 49 showing any kind of resistance, Eglin the outstanding performance with the ball for the homeside with 8.1-2-22-6. In response the Broomfield batsmen didn’t muck about chasing their target inside 20 overs Rich Lynn 57* top scored, although Osbourne for Hatfield Peverel picked up all the wickets to fall in the Broomfield innings with 6-2-22-3.
Springfield 3s vs Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview 2s – Springfield win by 5 runs.
The home side were put into bat on what looked like a good toss to win. An early run out and some chances seemed to suggest that was the case. However a strong 78 from I Powell and 44 each from J Freestone and T Nice set Springfield up nicely. Dropped catches cost Fairview dear as B Reynolds hit a quick fire 69 not out at the end as the home side soared from 240 at 40 overs to 306-5 after 45. Sharif was the pick of the bowlers with 3-35 from 10 overs. In reply Crompton got the visitors off to a good start with 52 but at 139-5 it seemed game over but a 66 run partnership put Fairview back in contention with 101 required from the last 13 overs. D Lawson batted superbly to make 105, but with 7 runs needed from the final over was bowled by Powell (3-51) from the first ball. McLean (47 not out) also batted well but could not get back on strike early enough in the over, nor hit the final ball for 6, as the home side picked up a win in what was a tight and extraordinary game. Fairview finished on 301-7.
Week 11 – 13th July 2019
Rettendon & Rayleigh Fairview 2nd XI & Navestock 1st XI. Navestock 1st XI Won by 25 Runs.
Rettendon & Rayleigh Fairview 2nd XI Won the toss and elected to field.
Navestock 1st XI – 230-6 (45 Overs), there were contributions throughout the innings to ensure that Navestock secure all available batting points. With performances from Liam Faulkner 86*, Tiraj Patel 64 and Billy Greaves 30, as G O’Halloran picked up 3-26 in his bowling spell.
In reply Rettendon & Rayleigh Fairview 2nd XI – 205-9 (45 Overs), Adam Keating 64 and Dave Jellet 34 offered a fighting chance to chase the target required, but Tom McCarthy’s 5-38 helped restrict Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview.
Galleywood V EHGBCC – Galleywood win by 6 wickets.
EHGBCC batting first scored 189 all out. S Hughes 53, D Morgan 40, B Leaworthy 37no, all made contributions to boost their team up to a competitive score. Wickets were shared around from the Galleywood bowlers with Zac Hicks, Sam Adams and Josh Felton all taking 2 wickets a piece.
In reply Galleywood scored 190 for 4, J Adams 101no was the mainstay of the innings with a superb knock guided his team home with a little over 12 overs remaining, he was backed up ably T Nurcombe with 42. P Morgan took 2 for 26 and S Phipps 2 for 30
Broomfield 1st vs Springfield 3rd – Broomfield win by 7 wickets.
Springfield batted first against Broomfield and scored 147 all out off of 43.2 with Freestone 69 and Nice 44 doing the majority of the scoring for the away side. S Fisher took 3 for 22 and Farrow 4 for 25 restricted Springfield to a below par score at mill lane compared to recent weeks.
In reply broomfield chased down the target with 152-3 just inside 33 overs with Eglin 40 and Fisher completing an all-round performance with 75*.
High Easter 1st vs Rankins 1st – High Easter win by 199 runs
High Easter won the toss and were looking to use home advantage by batting first. High Easter scored 338 for 4 from their 45 overs, with an outstanding innings from H Brisland who displayed some powerful hitting in his 215. Ashdown was the notable performer with the ball as he bowled his 10 overs for 42 and taking 2 wickets along the way.
In response to this imposing total, Rankins never really got going Warner was 50* was the standout performer with the bat for Rankins as Gliddon tore through the Rankins batting lineup with figures of 10 overs 6 for 35 as Rankins were bowled out for 139 from 31.5 overs.
Hatfield Peverel 1st XI vs Old Chelmsfordians 2nd XI – Hatfield Peverel win by 44 runs.
Old Chelmsfordians won the toss under new skip Alex Critchell, who chose to bowl first a green pitch at Hatfield Peverel. After an early flow of boundaries, the skipper took two quick wickets of Moore and Clarke. Phillips carried on with the free-flowing scoring and gave chances to the OCs fielders who couldn’t take them, he reached is fifty. Philips was eventually bowled by Robson and would top score with 66. McIntyre 49 contributed to his partnership with Philips. Late hitting from Castledine, Richardson and Osbourne meant Hatfield Peverel finished on 257-5 from their 45 overs. Notable performances with the ball, Critchell 10-3-46-2, Robson 9-1-28-1, Ross Cant 10-1-42-1 and Alice Green 5-0-22-1.
Week 10 – 6th July 2019
East Hanningfield & Gt. Burstead 1st XI vs High Easter 1st XI – EHGB won by 5 wickets.
High Easter batted first against top of the table side East Hanningfield who looked to continue their winning run. An innings of batsmen getting starts but not perhaps converting, with A Chester top scoring with 42 and J Norgrove 27. The wickets for East Hanningfield were shared around with A Stevens 10-3-24-3, B Leeworthy 10-0-32-2, N Davison 10-2-40-2, and B Picking 2-0-4-2, all chipping in with the wickets. As High Easter posted 152 all out from 43 overs.
In response East Hanningfield & Gt. Burstead chased the target down with 17 overs to spare but High Easter did pick up 2 bowling points by taking 5 wickets with T Moss 10-0-47-2 and N Gliddon 6-0-35-2 picking up 2 apiece. East Hanningfield finishing on 154-5 from 28 overs to win the game, helped by important knocks from M Norton 65 and P Morgan 41.
High Easter are at home next week facing Rankins and will look to distance themselves from the bottom 4 sides, while East Hanningfield travel away to Galleywood and hoping to extend their lead at the top of the table.
Rankins 1st XI vs Galleywood 1st XI – Rankins won by 8 wickets.
Galleywood won the toss at Rankins and chose to bat on a good surface.
Brian Pettitt 10-5-13-2 bowled a tight line and used the overcast conditions to good effect.
P. Patel bowled well and finished with figures of 10-2-32-3. L.Hayward 9.4-2-30-3 also bowled well. An all round strong bowling performance from the Rankins bowlers. Thanks to important knocks from Paul Blowers who batted well for 33 and Conor Hicks who scored 28 these two held the innings together in the middle and got Galleywood up to a ‘well below par’ score of 143.
In reply D Greenfield 56, and A Warner 38 ensured Rankins got to their target for the loss of 2 wkts in the 39th over. Ending 147-2.
Navestock 1st XI vs Broomfield 1st XI – Broomfield won by 164 runs.
Broomfield batted first and scored a formidable score of 341-3 off 45 overs. That’s the third time this season that Broomfield have scored over 325 in an innings. Once again Fisher played a valuable role in the middle order with score 63 which was overshadowed by Rob Lynn who scored another big hundred this season with 155*.
It was always going to be difficult to score at the asking rate of 7.6, but in reply Navestock scored 175-5 off their 45 overs, Firth with 56 the notable performance for Navestock with the bat, as Broomfield ran out comfortable winners.
Broomfield will be at home next week eyeing up another big score against Springfield 3s who have been playing well in recent weeks. Navestock will be travelling to Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview both teams looking to bounce back and win next week.
Springfield 3rd XI vs Hatfield Peverel 1st XI – Hatfield Peverel won by 133 runs
Hatfield Peverel batted first at Coronation Park and another 300+ score this week as Hatfield Peverel scored 334-8 off of their 45 overs. H Clark being the main stay off the innings with 141 and allowed those around him to settle in and then kick on to a big total. C Spooner did just that hitting 5 sixes in an over on his way to 50. Despite this P Aldworth 4-0-46-3 and M Trim 7-0-51-3, made sure that Springfield did at least pick up some bowling points.
In reply Springfield finished on 191 all out from 35 overs so who knows with an extra 10 overs how much closer they could have got. I Powell top scored with 48 and the notable performance with the
ball for Hatfield Peverel, M Castledine 8-0-43-5. As Hatfield Peverel win to keep applying that pressure onto East Hanningfield for that top spot.
Old Chelmsfordians 2nd XI vs Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview 2nd XI – OC’s win by 9 wickets.
RRFCC – 258 all out, 44.5 overs.
Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview were put in on a good batting track at OC’s. They were quickly in trouble at 12-2 after some good opening bowling by G Landers (1-25) and A Critchell (3-58). RRFCC rallied thanks to a spirited 63 off 37 balls by T Sharif and 82 by C McClean. At 142-4 at the halfway stage, the away side were well placed to post 300 plus. However an excellent spell of 4-64 by Z Rehman playing her first competitive Sat game saw RRFCC falter. A last wicket stand of 36 saw them post a competitive but perhaps slightly under par 258 all out.
OC’s – 262-1, 44 overs
In response, despite a good fielding display, the home side were always in touch with the run rate. An excellent 122 not out by captain D Norman and 66 not out by H Shailendr saw OC’s home with 6 balls to spare. McClean took the only wicket (1-60).
Week 9 – 29th June 2019
Old Chelmsfordians 2nd XI vs High Easter 1st XI – High Easter win by 162 runs
High Easter won the toss and opted to bat first on a scorching day at Lawford Lane. High Easter 259-6 off 45 overs, with contributions aplenty from all batsmen with standouts of J Norgrove 75, L Bentley 38 and A Chester 54*. J Edwards 10-0-54-3, A Critchell 10-2-56-2
Old Chelmsfordians 97 all out off 34.1 overs, lost wickets at regular intervals throughout the run chase. J Brown top scoring for OCs with 28, notable performances with the ball for High Easter were L Bentley 10-3-27-5, ably supported by A Chester 2.1-0-5-2, to secure a comfortable away win.
East Hanningfield & Gt. Burstead 1st XI vs Broomfield 1st XI – EHGB win by 101 runs
EHGB batted first and scored 210-9 off 45 overs. D Morgan 60 and Broomfield notable bowlers, Eglin 3-49 and N Cowell 3-38.
In reply Broomfield were bowled out for 109 off 29 overs. Hemming 3-21, Davidson 3-48, Leworth 3-15. The notable performers with the ball for EHGB.
Rankins 1st XI vs Springfield 3rd XI – Springfield win by 7 wickets
Rankins 1s 149 all out (J Trim 3/17, Woodrough 4/46) lost to Springfield 3s 153 for3 (Freestone 50, Gooday 44)
Galleywood 1st XI vs Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview 2nd XI – Galleywood win by 52 runs
Galleywood won the toss and batted first. They got 189 for 9 off 45 with Browning getting 44, T Sharif 4 for 36 and D Lawson 1 for 24 off 10. Fairview started slow with regular wickets falling, Soundar Ashwin and Josh Faires both scoring 29 before Fairview were bowled out for 137. Openers Hicks and Browning bowling tight line and lengths and getting regular wickets. Galleywood worthy winners.
Navestock 1st XI vs Hatfield Peverel 1st XI – Hatfield Peverel win by 6 runs
Hatfield Peverel batted first and posted a very competitive score of 226-6 off of their 45 overs, with H Clark top scoring for Hatfield Peverel with 74 and supported by C Hills with 45. B greaves 9-0-36-2, Losowski 3-0-25-2, top performers with the ball for Navestock.
In reply Navestock proved that Peverel’s score was competitive and were all out for 220 off of 44.3 to ensure there was a tense and nervy finish. J Enderby helped Navestock got close to their target with 76. F Clark 9-2-26-3 and H Clark completing his all-round performance with 8-0-40-3.
Week 8 – 22nd June 2019
Rettendon & Rayleigh Fairview 2nd XI vs East Hanningfield & Gt. Burstead 1st XI
EH & GBCC win by 7 wickets.
Rettendon & Rayleigh Fairview batted first and Scored 203-9 from their 45 overs, Ashwin 83 and Sarti 32 helped them to get to this score. J Dillon 3-40 and P-Morgan 3-25 the notable bowling performers for EH&GB.
In response looked to have chased the score down with relative ease thanks P Morgan’s all-round performance completed with 97 scored, and useful knocks from Smith 39 and D Morgan 41* as chased down the score in the 35th over, 204-3 from 34.2 overs. Peaty picked up 2-35 to help secure a bowling point for Rettendon and Rayleigh Fairview.
Springfield 3rd XI vs Navestock 1st XI – Springfield 3rd XI win by 57 runs
Springfield 3rd XI won the toss and elected to bat first. Springfield posted a very competitive score of 241 all out from 44.1 overs. Ian Vince 136 and Paul Allworth 47 doing the majority of the scoring ensured that Springfield obtained all 5 batting points on offer. Jack Gildersleeve 3-32 and Matt Simmons 3-61 were the notable performers for Navestock with the ball.
Navestock in reply used all 45 overs to finish with 184-9, Matt Simmons adding 50 to his 3 wickets earlier in the day and Billy Greaves 37 the notable Navestock performers with the bat.
High Easter 1st XI vs Galleywood 1st XI – Galleywood win by 6 wickets
Galleywood travelled to High Easter today, where High Easter won the toss and chose to bat on a hot sunny day! Galleywood were able to restrict High Easter to 180/7 after another good display in the field! Top Scorers for High Easter were Henry Brisland with 55 and Jon Norgrove with 33. Bowling wise for Galleywood, Nick Clayden took 3-31 from his 10 and Shrini Hunasgi was 2-32 from 10 overs as well.
In reply, Galleywood were able to reach the total with the loss if just 4 wickets. Andy Reeve and James Adams made a 78 partnership at the start which set Galleywood in good stead. Galleywood reached the total from 4 byes meaning they finished on 184/4 from 38.1 overs. Top scorer was Andy Reeve with 41 and James Adams with 40. Paul Sturton was 39* too.
Hatfield Peverel 1st vs Rankins 1st – Hatfield Peverel 1st win by 6 wickets
Toss was won by Rankins 1st and choose to bat. Rankins 1st were bowled out for 108 from 38.2 overs, J. Treen 30 not out and C.Canning 26 were batsmen to score runs of any note. With D. Mc Intyre 4-23 restricting Rankins to low target
In reply Hatfield Peverel 1st chased down the total just shy of 24 overs (109-4 From 24.3 overs). With McIntyre completing his all-round performance with 42*. Although Lee Hayward picked up 2-35 helping Rankins 1st to pick up 2 bowling points
Broomfield 1st XI vs Old Chelmsfordians 2nd XI – Broomfield win by 188 runs
Old Chelmsfordians travelled to mill lane to face Broomfield 1st. Broomfield won the toss and decided to bat first in the scorching sun. Broomfield took advantage of what looked like advantageous bowling conditions and posted a mammoth score of 372 – 4 form their 45 overs. Notable batting performances from Lynn 146 and Turner 70. Jake Edwards took 2-95 from his 10 overs.
In response OCs kept up with the required rate of 8.2 for the first 9/10 overs, whoever after Barnstone was out 98. Deacon 5-48 and Cowell 3-28 took regular wickets as batsmen were still trying to give a go and secure batting points, OCs eventually all out for 184.
Week 7 15th June 2019
Rankins 125 all out of 35.5 overs. lost to Broomfield 127-7 off 26.1 overs. (Eglin 43, Greenfield 3-25) by 3 wkts.
Galleywood 188-8 off 44.2 overs (S Adams 44, Phillips 3-47, Richardson 2-28) beat Hatfield Peverel 187-4 off 45 overs (E Moore 57, M Castledine 51, D McIntyre 53*, Huvazge 2-36) by 2 wkts
Old Chelmsfordians II 113 all out, 42.4 Overs (Matt Simmons 4-21, Scott 3-22) lost Navestock 200 for 8, 45 Ov (Jono Enderby 91, Faulkner 31) to by 87 runs
E Hanningfield & Gt Burstead 225 for 5 (P Morgan 50, D Morgan 51, I Powell 2-17) beat Springfield III 102 all out (Hemming 4-25, Davidson 2/33, Dillan 2-9) by 123 runs.
High Easter 201 for 3 (Brisland 85, Keating 3-23) beat Rettendon & Rayleigh F II 197 all out, 45 ov, (C Mclean 58, Bentley 4-26) by 7 wkts.
Week 6 8th June 2019
Galleywood won the toss and elected to field. After 45 overs, Broomfield finished on 215/7 with Matt Turner scoring 101 and Aaron Eglin 47. Sam Adams took 3-30 for Galleywood. In reply, Galleywood slumped to 38/4 and 79/7 before making a mini recovery to 151 all out. Paul Blowers ended up with 53* off 53 deliveries. Turner bowled 3-35.That all leads to Broomfield winning by 64 runs.
Hatfield Peverel 288 all out off 44.1 overs, (Clark 117, Casteldine 41, Chester 2-28, Moss 2-41) beat High Easter 146 all out off 38.3 overs (Norgrove 41, McIntyre 3-33, Casteldine 2-26) by 142 runs
Toss was won by Rettendon & Rayleigh Fairview Rettendon & Rayleigh Fairview146-6 From 45 overs N. Worship 54N. Moore 24P. Patel 3-41B. Pettitt 1-22In replyRankins 1s 113 all From 39.3 overs S. Jaitly 23 D. Greenfield 20Tamid 4-45A. Keating 3-24Rettendon & Rayleigh Fairview Won By 33 runs
Navestock 173 for 8, 45 ov (Faulkner 66 R Dziadulewicz 3 for 23) beat EHGB 148 all out, 42.3 ov (Davidson 33, Hughes 45, Simmons 4-29, Greaves 4-20) by 25 runs
Ocs 177 for 7 (Norman 78) lost to Springfield III 183-4 (Cass 2-21, Green 2-24)
Week 5 – 1st June 2019
High Easter 309-8 off 45 overs.(H Brisland 172, M Green 96, A Eglin 4-40) beat Broomfield 150 all out off 32.4 overs (Eglin 48, Moss 4-35, Hill 3-25) by 159 runs.
Galleywood 195-7 (Rayner 64, Sturton 36, Aldworth 2-24, Powell 237) beat Springfield III 193-8 (Vince 44, Gooday 41, Bowring 3-29, Hicks 2-41, Hunagsi 2-42) by 3 wkts
Rettendon & Rayleigh Fairview II 210 all out, 42.5 overs (Ames 45, McIntyre 3-28, Clark 2-28) lost to Hatfield Peverel 213-6 off 41 ov (Moore 70, Phillips 48*, McLean 2-29) by 4 wkts
Rankins 169 all out 43.3 Ov, (Praneet Patel 74, Firth 5-17) lost to Navestock 170-5, 35.2 Ov, (Tiraj Patel 74, Faulkner 40, Pettitt 3-31) by 5 wkts
E Hanningfield & Gt Burstead 166 all out (Gregory 4-8) beat OC’s 162 all out (Barnstone 65, Morgan 4-28) by 4 runs
Week 4 – 25th May 2019
East Hanningfield 253-6 off 45 overs (D Morgan 63, M Norton 54, C Phillips 3-33) beat Hatfield Peverel 201 all out off 43.5 overs (Hills 70, Clark 57, Picking 6-10, Morgan 3-40) by 52 runs
Old Chelmsfordians II 217-7 43.4 overs, (Barnstone 50, Norman 42, Robson 2-19) beat Rankins 216-4 from 45 overs (Greenfield 120*, Dutton 29*, Nanda 3-28, Greenfield 2-30) by 3 wkts
Springfield II 198-8 off 45 overs (Vince 63, Ellis 37,Moss 4-23, 3-45) lost to High Easter 201-4 from 42.3 overs (Green 94, Moss 58*, Arain 2-24) by 6 wickets
Navestock v Galleywood – Galleywood won the toss and chose to field. A wicket in the first over set the tone for Navestocks innings with regular wickets falling and only skipper Simmons showing any resistance with his 22. Hicks 3-13 and S.Adams 2-18 had the home side 23-5. Regular wickets fell to the impressive Bowring 3-19 and the home side were 72 all out 29.4 overs. Galleywoods reply never looked in trouble with Reeve 41* and Adam’s J 30* cruising to the total in the 13th over. Galleywood winning by 10 wickets.
Broomfield 327 for 6 (Lynn 92, Turner 63, Lawson 2-43) beat Rettondon & Rayleigh Fairview 234 all out (Keating 49, Faires 49, Fisher 2-43) by 93 runs
Week 3 – 18th May 2019
Rettendon & Rayleigh Fairview II 218-3 (Jellett 102, Ashwin 59*) beat Springfield III 217-6 (Vince 57, Reynolds 39, Powell 30, Keaton 2-30, Lawson 2-48)
Rankins 186 for 7 (Greenfield 71, Davidson 2-32, P Morgan 2-25, Picking 2-10) lost to East Hanningfield & Gt Burstead 289 for 7 ,45 overs, (D Morgan 81, P Morgan 65, Davidson 54, Procter 2-49, P Patel 3- 49, Cousins 2-54) by 103 runs
Hatfield Peverel batted first and scored 164-6 off 45 In reply Broomfield 150 all out off 44.5. HP won by 14 runs.
High Easter 127 all out (42.3 Ov, (Brisland 36, Green 36, Manish Patel 3-26, McCarthy 3-36) lost to Navestock 132-2 19.5 Ov (Tiraj Patel 60*, Scott 30) by 8 wkts
Galleywood 124 for 2 (Reeve 41, Adams 47, Jones 2-23) beat OC’s II 121 all out (Adams 4-9) by 8 wickets
Week 2 – 11th May 2019
Rankins 141-3 off 38 ov, (Bolton 55, Albon 48, Moss 2-27) beat High Easter 114 all out, 33 ov (Green 48, Bentley 27*, Nanda 3-19, P Patel 3-31, Cousen 2-18, Pettit 2-13) by 27 runs
OC’s 70 all out 32 ov, (Denu 22, Phillips 7-13) lost to Hatfield Peverel 198 for 8 off 36 ov,(Moore 100, Grainger 4-19) by 128 runs
Navestock 177 all out, 41.1 ov (T Patel 63, B Patel 42, Lawson 2-30, King 3-8) beat Rettendon & Rayleigh F 137 all out 31.2 ov, (Jellett 51; Lozowski 3-24, Simmons 4-28) by 34 runs.
Galleywood travelled to East Hanningfield & Great Burstead with the home side winning the toss and electing to bowl. The Galleywood innings was all over just three balls to spare and Galleywood were 147 all out. Zak Hicks was top scorer with 44* with the next closest player scoring 28, being Sam Adams. East Hanningfield’s best bowler on the day was Colm Coyle who ended with figures of 3-30 from his 6.3 overs. After tea, East Hanningfield went on to win the game, chasing the total down in 35.2 overs with the loss of just 2 wickets (148-2). Pete Morgan was top scorer with 66 and Galleywood’s best bowler in the innings was Josh Felton who made figures of 1-10 from 5
Springfield 102 all out off 39.3ov (N Cowell 7-22) lost to Broomfield 106-5 off 25.2 ov by 5 wickets.
Week 1 – 4th May 2019
Galleywood 186 all out 40 ov (Rayner 50, Nurcombe 34, Pettit 3-51, Cousen 3-29, Hayward 4-40) lost to Rankins 187 for 4 39.4 ov (Bolton 54*, Greenfield 43) by 6 Wkts
Hatfield Peveral 149 all out (Moore 75, Bell 8-40) beat Springfield III 83 all out (Trimm 13, McIntyre 3-26, Castledine 5-20) 66 runs
Rettendon & Rayliegh Fairview II 179-8 (Jellett 63, Davis 3-29, Cass 3-41) lost to OC’s II 183 for 4 (Shailendra 82*, Davis 40*) by 6 wkts
High Easter 164 for 7 (Moss 58, Heal 22, Leeworthy 3-25, Dziadulewicz 2-38) lost to EH &GB 189 for 7(P Morgan 48, N Norton 23,Hughes 36, Catchpole 38, Gliddon 2-38, Chinerey 3-20) by 25 runs
Broomfield 167 for 6 34.2 Ov (Eglin 67, Lynn 59) beat Navestock 163 for 8 (40 Overs (Greaves 69, Turner 5-36) by 4 wkts