MATCH 38 Nomads CC v Middleton Stoney Middleton Park Middleton Stoney Oxon 1.30pm August 23rd 2009
Toss:: Middleton Stoney won the toss
Result: Nomads won by by 6 wickets
Umpires:Rhys Hedges & Others
Debuts :Pradesh Surinam,Tim Carter,Tom Ervings,Phil Stubbings.
MIDDLETON STONEY CC Innings
M Ford-Langstaff c Carter b Surendram 7
P Wordsworth c Page b Surendram 3
O Ross lbw b While 6
S Reynolds c & b Surendram 57
N Thompson bowled Satter 16
G Pearson lbw b While 38
R Samole not out 16
S Pettit bowled While 0
P Morris bowled While 4
L Sugden not out 8
Extras (b2,lb0,w4,nb1) 7
TOTAL (8 wickets,43 overs) 162
Bowling-While 12 2 34 4,Surendram 11 5 20 3,Carter 6 0 31 0,Satter 6 2 18 1,Page 5 0 32 0,Collins 3 0 25 0.
NOMADS CC Innings:
P Stubbings bowled Mitchel 0
J Lascelles bowled Pearson 28
A Satter c Reynolds b Pearson 53
J While c Pettit b Reynolds 8
P Surendram not out 21
N Senn not out 50
Extras (b2,lb3,w0,nb2) 7
TOTAL (4 wickets,33 overs) 167
Dnb:T Carter+,C Butler,S Collins*,A Page,T Ervings.
Bowling-Mitchel 5 0 32 1,Pettit 10 4 32 0,Reynolds 10 1 61,Pearson 6 2 17 2,Ross 2 0 20 0.
Nomads win with flurry of sixes
Nomads enjoyed a fine summer's day at Middleton Park and celebrated the Ashes victory with a resounding win of their own.
Middleton Stoney won the toss and elected to bat. Against some good bowling from While and Surendram little progress was achieved so that after 10 overs MNS had amassed 14 and three wickets had fallen for 18. As the bowlers changed runs increased somewhat so 43 were scored by drinks at 20 overs. Satter removed Thompson,59-4. The introduction of skipper Collins and Alex Page helped the run rate improve and a stand by Reynolds and Pearson added 70 runs. The reintroduction of While and Pradeesh Surendram saw four more wickets fall until the eight wicket added a further 13 runs before tea and the declaration. Carter and Page took good catches.
Phil Stubbings opened with a repaired Jeremey Lascelles and was soon bowled by Mitchel. Satter joined Lascelles and entertained with some mighty sixes producing a stand of 83. While entered and hit a couple of boundaries and Abdul was well caught on the boundary,92-4,
Neil Senn joined Pradeesh Surendram and set about M S's bowling with relish matching Abdul's four 6s with four of his own the last of which won the game in a most handsome manner.
After the game Nomads enjoyed the barbeque prepared by Georgina Lamb and several ales as the sun set over this beautiful ground.
One of Collins' finer productions someone remarked even if he did leave earlier than usual.
Nomads were supported by Jenny Butler, Sarah, Tim Carter's partner, a dog called Biscuit and the President who scored the Nomads innings.
Posted on 08/05/2009
by Michael Blumberg