St Michael's Cricket Club

 

Opponent : Ecton Hall
Date : 24 July 2004
Venue : Kingsthorpe Rec.
Result : Won by 9 wickets

Innings of: Ecton Hall 

1 D Wills ct Kingston jr Baker 9 Bowling O M R W
2 R Patel ct Kelly Baker 9 C Kelly 5 0 12 0
3 B Ruckwood ct Harrison Marlow 0 R Palangi 4 3 1 0
4 S Wheatman not out 32 T Marlow 6 0 20 3
5 J Bason ct Kingston jr Baker 0 M Baker 6 0 12 6
6 J Wilson b Marlow 0 S Cannell 3 0 13 0
7 S Holiday ct Harrison Marlow 6 M Swann 2.2 0 11 1
8 A O'Grady ct Cannell Baker 0
9 B Boorman ct Kingston jr Baker 0
10 A Jackson ct Palangi Baker 0
11 M Gray b Swann 7
Overs 26.2

Extras

10
Wickets 10

Total

73

Innings of: St Michael's

1 D Harrison not out 29 Bowling O M R W
2 R Palangi ct Jackson 37 B Ruckwood 5 1 23 0
3 W Kingston sr not out 0 S Wheatman 3 0 26 0
A Jackson 3 0 15 1
M Gray 1.4 0 6 0
Overs 12.4

Extras

8
Wickets 1

Total

74

Match report

St Michael's unbeaten run continued in this easy 9 wicket win over Ecton Hall on Saturday.

Back at Kingsthorpe Rec, after Weston Favell was made unavailable, skipper Ian Geddes won the toss and asked the visitors to bat first. Opening bowlers Clayton Kelly and Rushon Palangi were unable to re-create the last week's fireworks, and so it was left to local lads Martin Baker and Tom Marlow to show the Springboks how it should be done. Looking comfortable at 20 for nought, Ecton crumbled to 49-9 as wickets fell at regular intervals. A last wicket cameo between Gray and Steve Wheatman added 20 for the last wicket to leave the final score at 73 all out.

The St Michaels opening batters of Dale Harrison and Rushon Palangi decided to attack the Ecton bowlers from the start. Palangi in particular took delight in Wheatman's bowling, hitting him for 15 in his third over before he was asked to take a blow. 

In the end victory was reached in the thirteenth over by 9 wickets, leaving plenty of time for a couple of pints before the club BBQ.

Fines

Player Reason Amount
Dale Harrison
  • No hair
  • Lack of consistency in the sandwich department
1
Will Kingston
  • No getting 2 hands to catches
1
Bill Kingston
  • Putting on trousers back to front
  • Hogging the local media
1
Rushon Palangi
  • Phone still stuck to side of head
1
Ian Geddes
  • Did nothing
1
Tom Marlow
  • Fielding where he wanted - insolence
1
Simon Cannell
  • Not arranging for enough food at the BBQ
1
Matt Collier
  • Byes galore. If he'd been at WK school then the teacher would have written 'See me' on his homework
1
Malc Swann
  • Routine drop at slip
  • Hit for 4 of #11 bat
1
Clayton Kelly
  • Deciding to go on rugby tour instead of cricket tour.
1
Martin Baker
  • Ineffective bowling
  • According to Matt 'The worst hat trick ever'
1

 

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