C.C.N.S.W. MATCH REPORT No 11: LMS ‘FLYING FIREBIRDS’ AND EASTS PACERS AND ROSEVILLE AND BURWOOD/KU-RING-GAI: WEDNESDAY 19 JANUARY – SUNDAY 23 JANUARY 2022

LMS T20 (8-a-SIDE) EASTERN SYDNEY MIDWEEK DIVISION 2  ROUND 8  v ‘FLYING FIREBIRDS’ AT MP 5 ROBERTSON ROAD, MOORE PARK ON WEDNESDAY 19 JANUARY 2022: REPORT BY JIM HADLEY

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The Team was (playing 7): –  Ben Gorham 7, James Bonkowski (w) 37, Soren Hughes 6, James Murtha 10, Scott Williams 13, Ezekiel Hughes 2, Jim Hadley (c) 1

The Result was:-

CCNSW: – 7-87 (14 overs) (J. Bonkowski 37)

Lost to

Flying Firebirds: – 5- 79 (11.2 overs) (Hadley 3-7)

By 3 wickets

The Bowling was: – J. Hadley 4-0-7-3; E. Hughes 2-0-24-0; S. Hughes 2-0-18-0; B. Gorham 2-0-17-0; J. Murtha 1.2-0-11-2

The Fielding was:-

Stumpings: – Nil

Catches: – One catch to Ezekiel Hughes and one to Soren Hughes

Run outs: – Nil

Player points (awarded by captain): – 3 points to; 2 points to ; 1 point to

CITY & SUBURBAN  ROUND 9 v EASTS PACERS   AT CAMPERDOWN OVAL, CAMPERDOWN  ON SUNDAY 23 JANUARY 2022: REPORT BY

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The Team was: –

The Result was: –

C.C.N.S.W.: – 9-77 (35 overs)

Lost to

Easts Pacers CC: – 1-79 (16 overs)

By 9 wickets

FoW: – 1-

The Bowling was: –

The Fielding was: –

Stumpings: – Nil

Catches: – One to

Run outs: – Nil

Player points (awarded by captain): – 3 points to ; 2 points to ; one point to

MASTERS  OVER 40s ROUND 6  v ROSEVILLE    AT MARRICKVILLE OVAL, MARRICKVILLE,   ON SUNDAY 23 JANUARY 2022 : REPORT BY IAN ALLMEY

We arrived at the ground after yet another week of rain, yet it seemed on the day that depended where you were in Sydney i.e. pouring on the North Side, nothing on the South Side. It was not raining on arrival at the ground, which I have to say was in beautiful condition, including a well prepared green top wicket.

However, while it seemed beautiful on the outside, the wicket had some underlying demons awaiting the poor sucker that was to lose the toss. That sucker was me and we were as expected sent into bat. by the Roseville skipper with a big smile on his face,

With what I would describe as arguably the strongest Masters bowling attack that I have come across, their bowlers went about their business, bowling in the right places, allowing the moisture in the wicket to play its part. Balls short of a length popping at pace going through chest high with good carry to the keeper set the scene for a tough day in the office.

I should also mention they had quality spinners as well which were equally as tough to play on this wicket as the pace bowlers.

We lost Tin Croft early with a leading edge which commenced the procession of wickets. Our newest recruit Jason Kenn was the only one out of the first nine batters, to be able to weather the storm and batted brilliantly for his 21 with a number of classy shots around the ground.

Even Scott Wells who confidently went out to bat without a helmet, soon changed his decision when a ball pitching just short of a length, seared pass his head (well actually over his head), so he quickly called for the lid.

A big well done needs to go out to Mr Ben Stanic and Andrew Dadswell (‘Tex’) who showed great resolve at the end and really dug in and showed great fight with Benny in particular playing aggressive/positive cricket shots.  If Stanic and Dadswell hadn’t combined at the end with a partnership of 23 our score could have been in the 40s.

Unfortunately as there was no rain throughout the day, the pitch had somewhat dried out by the time we commenced bowling and the rest was history. Our bowlers tried hard beating the bat on a numbers of occasions and keeping their scoring rate down. In particular Paul Nash who got that ball wobbling and held their run rate down to a bare minimum.

After losing a couple of wickets, Roseville sent in a hitter to end the pain and after a few sixes the game came to an end. It would be good to play them at Camperdown on a dry track with the ball coming onto the bat so look forward to our next encounter with them.

The Team was: – Jason Kenn 21, Tim Croft 0, Dan Turner 0, Paul Nash 5, Scott Wells (w) 5, Ian Allmey (c) 0, Jose Poothokaren 1, Mike Tarrant 0, David Craig 5, Ben Stanic 17 *, Andrew Dadswell 5

The Result was: –

C.C.N.S.W.: – 10-67 (29.2 overs) (J. Kenn 21)

Lost to

Roseville C.C.: – 2-69 (21.4 overs)

By 8 wickets

FoW: – 1-4 (T. Croft); 2-8 (D. Turner); 3-20 (P. Nash); 4-29 (J. Kenn); 5-33 (I. Allmey); 6-34 (S. Wells); 7-34 (J. Poothokaren); 8-39 (D. Craig); 9-44 (M. Tarrant); 10-67 (A. Dadswell)

The Bowling was: –: M. Tarrant 3-0-14-0; T. Croft 5-2-6-0; A. Dadswell 7-1-29-1; J. Poothokaren 1-0-2-0; P. Nash 5-1-12-1; I. Allmey 0.4-0-6-0

The Fielding was: –

Stumpings: – Nil

Catches: – One to each of I. Allmey and T. Croft

Run outs: – Nil

Player points (awarded by umpire): – 3 points to J. Kenn; 2 points to B. Stanic; one point to P. Nash

VINTAGE  OVER 60s ROUND 6  v BURWOOD/KU-RING-GAI    AT TURRAMURRA MEMORIAL OVAL, TURRUMURRA,   ON SUNDAY 23 JANUARY 2022 : REPORT BY  PETER ROLLS

No report has been received

The Team was: – Peter Rolls (c) 43*, Sittampalam Ragavan 0, Greg Brooks 0, Jim Robson 23, John Finucane 30*, Ross Dalgleish 5, Garry James 35*, Frank Baliotis 5, Garry Winney 7*, Paul Georgiadis 1, David Wright (w) 0

The Result was: –

Burwood/Ku-ring-gai C.C.: – 7-151 (40 overs)

Lost to

C.C.N.S.W.: – 7-156 (38.4 overs) (P. Rolls 43*; G. James 35*; J. Finucane 30*)

By 3 wickets

FoW: – 1- 3 (S. Ragavan);2- 4 (G. Brooks); 3-59 (J. Robson); 4-70 (R. Dalgleish); 5-137 (F. Baliotis); 6-143 (P. Georgiadis); 7-143 (D. Wright).

The Bowling was: –: G. Brooks 7-2-20-2; P. Georgiadis 7-1-27-1; S. Ragavan 7-1-22-2; G. James 7-1-15-1; J. Robson 4-0-20-0; G. Winney 6-0-29-1; J. Finucane 2-0-17-0

The Fielding was: –

Stumpings: – Nil

Catches: – One to each of J. Finucane, S. Ragavan and G. Winney

Run outs: – Nil

Player points (awarded by umpire): – 3 points to G. James; 2 points to P. Rolls; one point to J. Finucane

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