Port Districts Cricket Club 145/6 Walkerville Cricket Club 146/3
Kamau Leverock captained his Walkerville Cricket Club teammates to victory over Port Districts Cricket Club by wickets in the Grade A1 Twenty20 match.
Batting first Port Districts Cricket Club scored 145/6 in their allotted 20 overs, D Mitchell was their top scorer with 49, while Leverock led the Walkerville Cricket Club bowling attack with figures of 4-0-40-2.
In reply Leverock scored a 30 ball knock of 85 not out helping Walkerville Cricket club to a 7 wicket victory. Leverock hit 7 sixes and 7 fours in his stay at the wicket.
Port Districts Cricket Club Inning
..49 Mitchell c Ricky Sandhu b Markey ..30 Juhunjhunwala c Ricky Sandhu b Hutchinson ..17 Cooper c Roberts b Kamau Leverock ..18 Beaty st Ricky Sandhu b Roberts ..07 Foster Run Out ..08 Crocke c Norton b Kamau Leverock ..00 Stopp Run Out ..02 Thomas Not Out ..14 Extras (1lb-9w-4nb) 145 Total for 6 Wickets after 20 overs
Fall of Wickets: 1-74 (Juhunjhunwala), 2-101 (Cooper), 3-127 (Mitchell), 4-127 (Beaty), 5-141 (Foster), 6-145 (Stopp)
Walkerville Cricket Club Bowlers
4.0-0-27-1 Alexanderr Garlick 4.0-0-19-0 Lewis Barrington 4.0-0-40-2 Kamau Leverock 4.0-0-23-0 Jake Roberts 2.0-0-13-1 Sam Hutchinson 2.0-0-18-0 Jacob Markey
Walkerville Cricket Club Inning
..00 Jake Roberts b Thomas ..00 Thomas Ahern b Thomas ..44 Robert White b Wadey ..85 Kamau Leverock Not Out ..01 Samuel Bennetts Not Out ..16 Extras (14w-2nb) 146 Total for 3 Wickets after 12 overs
Fall of Wickets: 1-1 (Roberts), 2-2 (Ahern), 3-126 (White)
Port Districts Cricket Club Bowlers
4.0-0-56-2 Thomas 4.0-0-45-1 Beaty 1.0-0-13-0 Davis 2.0-0-25-0 Mitchell 1.0-0-07-0 Wadey
Saturday, December 01, 2018
Leverock Leads Walkerville To Victory
Leverock was on the Attack
Walkerville Cricket Club 239/5 Goodwood Cricket Club 213/6
Kamau Leverock and his Walkerville Cricket Club teammates defeated Goodwood Cricket Club by 26 runs in their rain effected 40 over Kookaburra Sports A1 Premier Grade match.
Batting first Walkerville scored 239/5 in their allotted rain effected 40 overs, Scott Blackmore was their top scorer with a knock of 119 not out, Leverock added a 13 ball knock of 37, he hit 3 sixes and 3 fours. Brett Muggleton was the pick of the Goodwood bowlers returning figures of 9-3-43-2.
In reply Goodwood could only manage 213/6, they got off to a good start with a 71 run opening wicket partnership, but other than a 58 run 3rd wicket partnership wickets fell and runs came hard. Ryan Schimanski was the top scorer with 60 not out, while Leverock was the pick of the Walkerville bowlers with figures of 9-0-42-2.
Walkerville Cricket Club Inning
..09 Thomas Ahern LBW B Muggleton 119 Scott Blackmore Not Out ..46 Jake Roberts b M Keen ..05 Brett Knowles b M Keen ..57 Kamau Leverock c & b S Keen ..02 Elliott Oates b B Muggleton ..01 Sam Hutchinson Not Out ..20 Extras (1b-2lb-13w-4nb) 239 Total for 5 Wickets after 40 overs
Fall of Wickets: 1-17 (Ahern), 2-162 (Roberts), 3-174 (Knowles), 4-230 (Leverock), 5-234 (Oates)
7.0-0-35-0 Mark Hardman 9.0-3-43-2 Brett Muggleton 9.0-0-58-2 Matthew Keen 8.0-0-57-0 Bradley Tanner 1.0-0-11-0 Daniel Payne 6.0-0-32-1 Stephen Keen
Goodwood Cricket Club
..33 Greg Lovering c Lewis Barrington b Brett Knowles ..63 Daniel Payne Run Out ..09 Andrew Wright st Ricky Sandhu b Brett Knowles ..60 Ryan Schimanski Not Out ..05 Michael Chums c Ricky Sandhu b J Roberts ..08 Sam Beadsworth c Brett Knowles b Kamau Leverock ..03 Brad Muggleton b Kamau Leverock ..07 Matthew Keen Not Out ..25 Extras (4b-3lb-11w-7nb) 213 Total for 6 Wickets after 40 overs
Fall of Wickets: 1-71 (Lovering), 2-88 (Wright), 3-146 (Payne), 4-159 (Chums), 5-181 (Bendsworth), 6-190 (Muggleton)
Walkerville Cricket Club
7.0-0-35-1 Jake Roberts 9.0-0-42-2 Kamau Leverock 7.0-0-32-0 Scott Blackmore 1.0-0-15-0 Jacob Markey 9.0-0-45-2 Brett Knowles 4.0-0-21-0 Sam Hutchinson 3.0-0-16-0 Lewis Barrington
Sunday, November 25, 2018
ICC Bid Women's Cricket in Commonwealth Games
Cricket and the Commonwealth are inextricably linked and almost perfectly aligned with 910 million of cricket’s one billion plus adult fans, says ICC CEO David Richardson.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed it has submitted a bid for the inclusion of T20 Women’s Cricket into the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham 2022.
The bid, which has been made in partnership with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), will see one of the world’s fastest growing women’s team sports apply to become part of the Commonwealth Games family.
Cricket has made just one appearance at the Games previously, with men playing in 1998 in Kuala Lumpa where South Africa stood on top of the podium. The application for inclusion of women’s cricket for Birmingham 2022 is part of the global strategy for cricket to inspire and empower women and girls around the world and to drive greater levels of inclusivity and opportunity throughout the sport.
Sunday, November 25, 2018
Toms & Bedwas Hold On For A Win
Brynley Toms and his Bedwas teammates dug deep to survive a late Bridgend onslaught to gain a vital victory 22 – 16 in their continued quest to stay away from the relegation zone.
Both sides will rue indiscipline which saw two players from each side given yellow cards and in Bedwas’ case it was an agonizing last 8 minutes under pressure with only 13 players on the pitch.
The game started very well for the men in black; with only two minutes elapsed good passing put Jordan Rees through in the corner; Joe Scrivens adding the conversion.
It didn’t take long for the Ravens to counter as Number 8 Aled Evans crossed for a try but Jamie Murphy missed with his conversion kick. Murphy missed a further penalty chance before his side was reduced to 14 men following Tom Morgan’s sin binning.
Bedwas took advantage of the extra man with two tries in three minutes. Jordan Rees finding the space to squeeze in for a try in the corner, and then Tom Hoppe spotted a gap in the home defense to sprint in from 25 meters to touch down under the posts. Joseph Scrivens converted the latter to put 19points to 5 ahead.
Bedwas should have increased this lead but wrong options and inaccurate passing so opportunities squandered. Jamie Murphy added a penalty5 minutes before half time to keep his sides’ hopes alive.
A second Murphy penalty early in the second half reduced the deficit further but indiscipline struck again minutes with the sin binning of back row replacement Jordan Collier.
Both sides sought the winning score but defenses held out. Joseph Scrivens notched a close range penalty for Bedwas with seven minutes remaining but a minute later Joe Davies trudged off for a 10 minute enforced rest.
Bridgend sensed the chance of victory and somehow the Bedwas defense kept them at bay until prop Rhodri Apsee burrowed over for a try awarded by a touch judge after the referee claimed he hadn’t seen the ball grounded.
Deep into stoppage time Bedwas were reduced to 13 men as prop Rhys Hutcherson was deemed guilty of a scrum offence. Bridgend went for the jugular from the penalty line out but despite conceding a further penalty and subsequent close range line out Bedwas defied the odds as they held out for a vital win.
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Smith & Rawlins To Hold Camp
Former Bermuda National Squad Captain and Coach Clay Smith along with Professional Cricket with Sussex Delray Rawlins will jointly host a Cricket Camp.
The camp will be held over two weekends, December 1st & 2nd will be for ages 8 – 11 from 2pm – 4pm and then December 8th & 9th ages 12 – 16 from 10am – 12noon, both will take place at the Whitney Institute.
Smith said, “This is a cricket opportunity that your child will not want to miss.”