Tanworth & Camp Hill v Wellesbourne Cricket Club CHL Saturday 1st XI on Sat 19 May 2018 at 1.30pm
Wellesbourne Cricket Club Won

Match report Wellesbourne eased to a comfortable 101-run success with a decent all-round performance at Tanworth & Camp Hill on another beautiful day for cricket. Batting first Bourne were made to fight hard for their runs as opening bowlers Andy Turnbull and Brandon Kelso kept things tight with only 13 runs coming from the first 10 overs which included the dismissal in the eighth over of Myles Isted for eight to a stumping by Chris Barber off Kelso. Fellow opener Darren Mole was joined by Jamie Maynard, who was soon up and running with a couple of boundaries, but Mole was dismissed in the 16th over, again for eight, when he was lbw to Dave Wigley. Young Joe Kelso then trapped Maynard in front for 20 and when Wigley bowled Ross Milton Bourne were in trouble on 48 for four. John Edden, with the assistance of Tommy Wheeler, began to give the innings some impetus with some big hitting and the partnership reached 51 before Edden was lbw to Joe Kelso for a good 38. Two wickets then fell quickly to Dave Maitland as Wheeler went to a catch by AJ for 14 and Dave Barnett was caught by Turnbull and again Bourne were struggling on 120 for seven. However, for the second time this season, Travis Butcher and Tom Stephenson combined and with some sensible batting from both players put on 59 vital runs until with four balls remaining Stephenson was bowled by Turnbull for 16. Butcher closed on a well-made 33 not out leaving the away side on 182 for eight. Wigley 2-23, Maitland 2-26 and Joe Kelso 2-44 the pick of the bowling. Tanworth’s reply had reached 30 before the introduction of Sean Hopwood changed things. Although his first two balls went to the boundary he struck with his sixth having Turnbull caught by Edden for 18 and the innings then fell apart with seven wickets falling for only 17 runs. Mole had Shetty lbw, Hopwood picked up the next two wickets having Maitland caught by Chris Evans and clean bowling AJ. Barber was sharply taken at slip by Maynard off Mole and Wigley fell to a catch by Stephenson off Hopwood and the home side were 36 for six. Stephenson then got into the act bowling Sam Jones and having Joe Kelso caught by Isted before Evans bowled G Deeley-Graham and Tanworth were 59 for nine. A stubborn last wicket stand of 22 by D Williams (14) and Brandon Kelso (12 not out) delayed the inevitable before Stephenson bowled Williams and Tanworth were all out for 81. Hopwood 4-15, Mole 3-10, Stephenson 3-28 and Evans 1-21.

Wellesbourne Cricket Club CHL Saturday 1st XI Batting
Player Name RunsMB4s6sSRCtStRo
for 8 wickets

(45.0 overs)
Myles Isted Stumped  8 1
Darren Mole Lbw  8
Jamie Maynard Lbw  20 1
Ross Milton Bowled  4
Tommy Wheeler Caught  14
John Edden Lbw  38 1
Dave Barnett Caught  5
Travis Butcher Not Out  33
Tom Stephenson Bowled  16 1
Chris Evans Not Out  1 1
Sean Hopwood  

Tanworth & Camp Hill Bowling

Player nameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
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Tanworth & Camp Hill Batting
Player name RMB4s6sSR
for 10 wickets
81 (37.4 overs)

Wellesbourne Cricket Club CHL Saturday 1st XI Bowling

Player NameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
Chris Evans7.0021121.003.00
Darren Mole10.031025.001.00
Sean Hopwood10.031543.751.50
Tom Stephenson8.402839.333.23
Ross Milton2.00300.001.50