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C.C.N.S.W. MATCH  REPORTS LMS WINTER 2022

12 and 19 JUNE v TOEY GAMBLERS AND RANDWICK GOLD VIII

LMS T20 (8-a-SIDE) EASTERN SYDNEY SUNDAY DIVISION 4  ROUND 10 v ‘TOEY GAMBLERS’ AT MP4 ROBERTSON ROAD, MOORE PARK ON SUNDAY 12 JUNE 2022: REPORT BY JIM HADLEY

CCNSW lost the toss and bowled. Unfortunately at the start we had three of our players still finishing  an earlier game on a ground nearby. Richard Clark and David Craig did a good job opening the bowling with only four fielders for the first three overs. When our keeper and frontline bowlers arrived we were able to put the brakes on their run rate, Toby Forbes 2-28 and Charles Sharpe 1-18 bowling great spells. A terrific return to the bowling crease by Peter Rolls with 0-21 off 3 overs, getting some deceptive bounce and shape. Toey Gamblers ended up with 4-167 after their 20 overs.

Rolls and Clark started our innings in a hurry with Clark hitting 2 sixes in the opening overs till unluckily nicking a widish ball to the keeper. Rolls 28 kept the runs flowing after James Bonkowski holed out and put on a great partnership with Edge 53* (including 3×6 in a row) putting us in with a chance. Will Jacobs then pasted 35* from 15 balls leaving himself and Forbes to get 13 off the last over. CCNSW got the 1 run needed off the last ball to win.

The Team was: – Peter Rolls 29, Richard Clark 18, James Bonkowski 8, Matthew Edge 53*, Charles Sharpe 16, William Jacobs  (w) 35*, Toby Forbes 6*, Jim Hadley (c) dnb, David Craig dnb, 

The Result was:-

Toey Gamblers: – 4-167 (20 overs) (T. Forbes 2-28)

Lost to

CCNSW: – 4-168 (20 overs) (M. Edge 53*; W. Jacobs 35*)

By 4 wickets

The Bowling was: – R. Clark 2-0-36-0; D. Craig 4-0-34-0; T. Forbes 4-0-28-2; P. Rolls 3-0-21-0; C Sharpe 4-0-18-1; M. Edge 2-0-16-1; J. Hadley 1-0-7-0

The Fielding was:-

Stumpings: – Nil

Catches: – One to D. Craig and one to M. Edge

Run outs: – Nil

Player points (awarded by captain): – 3 points to M. Edge; 2 points to C. Sharpe; One point to P. Rolls

LMS T20 (8-a-SIDE) EASTERN SYDNEY SUNDAY DIVISION 4  ROUND 1 v ‘RANDWICK GOLD VIII’ AT MP7 ROBERTSON ROAD, MOORE PARK ON SUNDAY 19 JUNE 2022:REPORT BY JIM HADLEY

Back Row: Joel Uddstrom, Toby Forbes, Matt Leong, Beris Zanetich (w), James Bonkowski.
Front Row:  Peter Rolls, Jim Hadley (c), David Craig.

CCNSW won the toss and batted. Peter Rolls and James Bonkowski got us off to a flier. Bonkowski was peerless with 54* (off 21 balls) and with Rolls 50* (off 25 balls), had us in the driver’s seat early.  Beris Zanetich 27 and Matt Leong also 27 kept the runs flowing despite some pretty useful late overs from Randwick to limit our score to 4-174 from our 20 overs.

Toby Forbes and David Craig took the new ball hitting the spot immediately, Forbes took 2-24 off 3.3 overs; Craig took 3-15 off 3 overs including the very rare feat in LMS of bowling a maiden over. They absolutely dismantled any hopes Randwick had.  Joel Uddstrom, Bonkowski and Rolls also bowled tidy spells backed up by catches from Leong (2), Zanetich (2) and Forbes (1). Randwick were all out for 108 in the 15th over.

The Team was: – Peter Rolls 50*, James Bonkowski 54*, Beris Zanetich (w) 27, Matthew Leong 27, Joel Uddstrom 10*, David Craig 4, Toby Forbes 0, Jim Hadley (c) 1*

The Result was:-

CCNSW: – 4-174 (20 overs) (J. Bonkowski 54*; P. Rolls 50*)

Defeated

Randwick Gold VIII: – 8-108 (14.3 overs)

By 66 runs

The Bowling was: – T. Forbes 3.3-0-24-2; D. Craig 3-1-15-2; J. Uddstrom 2-0-16-2; M. Leong 2-0-16-0; J. Bonkowski 2-0-14-1; P. Rolls 2-0-23-1

The Fielding was:-

Stumpings: – Nil

Catches: – 2 to B. Zanetich (w); 2 to M. Leong and one to T. Forbes  

Run outs: – Nil

Player points (awarded by captain): – 3 points to J. Bonkowski; 2 points to D. Craig; One point to P. Rolls

LMS T20 (8-a-SIDE) EASTERN SYDNEY SUNDAY DIVISION 4  ROUND 4 v ‘MARVELLOUS MARKHORS’ AT MP8 ROBERTSON ROAD, MOORE PARK ON SUNDAY 26 JUNE 2022:REPORT BY JIM HADLEY

Back Row: Jamie Murtha, Beris Zanetich (w),  Rich Clark,  Scott Williams, James Bonkowski.
Front Row:  Peter Rolls, Jim Hadley (c), David Craig.

The Team was: – Peter Rolls 57*, Richard Clark 5, James Murtha 22,  James Bonkowski 3, Scott Williams 11, Beris Zanetich (w) 13,, David Craig 13, Jim Hadley (c) 28*

The Result was:-

CCNSW: – 6-156 (20 overs) (P. Rolls 57*)

Defeated

Marvellous Markhors: – 5-97 (20 overs)

By 59 runs

The Bowling was: – D. Craig 4-0-15-0; J. Murtha 4-0-15-1; R. Clark 4-0-22-0; J.  Bonkowski 3-0-18-1; P. Rolls 3-0-15-1; S. Williams 2-0-9-1

The Fielding was:-

Stumpings: – One to B. Zanetich (w); 

Catches: – One to D. Craig

Run outs: – Nil Player points (awarded by captain): – 3 points to ; 2 points to; One point to

C.C.N.S.W. MATCH  REPORTS LMS WINTER 2022

LMS T20 (8-a-SIDE) EASTERN SYDNEY SUNDAY DIVISION 4  ROUND 1 v ‘RANDWICK GOLD VIII’ AT MP6 ROBERTSON ROAD, MOORE PARK ON SUNDAY 10 APRIL 2022:

Cancelled by rain; date rearranged to Sunday 19 June

LMS T20 (8-a-SIDE) EASTERN SYDNEY SUNDAY DIVISION 4  ROUND 3 v ‘TWELTH MAN’ AT MP1 ROBERTSON ROAD, MOORE PARK ON SUNDAY 24 APRIL 2022:

Cancelled: ground unfit for play because of earlier rain; date rearranged to Sunday 12 July

LMS T20 (8-a-SIDE) EASTERN SYDNEY SUNDAY DIVISION 4  ROUND 5  v ‘TOEY GAMBLERS’ AT MP5 ROBERTSON ROAD, MOORE PARK ON SUNDAY 8 MAY 2022:REPORT BY RICHARD CLARK

On Mother’s Day, eight brave souls, who had build-up enough brownie points with their mothers and partners, took the field at MP5 in the first “rain unaffected” game of the winter LMS Season. The weather was brisk but glorious.

CCNSW lost the toss but was happily sent in to bat. A steady start was anchored by experienced debutant Shahzeem Ajani (50* from 39 balls) which set up the innings. Joel Uddstrom (52* off 31) started slowly but, in the last five overs he and James Bonkowski (29* off 18), teed off to set a competitive total of 4-154 on a decent sized ground with a characteristically long outfield.

Toby Forbes (1-13 off 4) took the new ball and bowled fast and tight. The hitting arc (Cow Corner to Deep Mid-off) was covered by strong outfielders and the grass and fielders inside the circle on the off side dried up the singles.  Tight bowling was a feature of the second innings. There are not many LMS matches where six bowlers are used and the economy rate of all bowlers is below 8 (3 of which today  were below 5.5).

CCNSW eased their way to a Bonus Point win and look forward to the return of our fearless leader in the next match.

The Team was: Shahzeem Ajani 50*, Charles Sharpe 10, Beris Zanetich 4, Joel Uddstrom 52*, James Bonkowski (w) 29*, Jonathan Seifman 1, Toby Forbes 1, Richard Clark (c) 2*.

The Result was:-

CCNSW: – 4-154 (20 overs) (J. Uddstrom 52*; S. Ajani 50*; J. Bonkowski 29*)

Defeated

Toey Gamblers: 4-113 (20 overs)

By 41 runs

The Bowling was: – R. Clark 4-0-22-1; T. Forbes 4-0-13-1; J. Uddstrom 3-0-19-0; B. Zanetich 3-0-23-0; C. Sharpe 3-0-21-1; S. Ajani 3-0-15-0

The Fielding was:-

Stumpings: – Nil

Catches: – Two to T. Forbes

Run outs: – One to J. Bonkowski

Player points (awarded by captain): – 3 points to J. Uddstrom;  2 points to T. Forbes; One point to S. Ajani

LMS T20 (8-a-SIDE) EASTERN SYDNEY SUNDAY DIVISION 4  ROUND 7 v ‘PREMATURE WICKET TAKERS’ AT MP4 ROBERTSON ROAD, MOORE PARK ON SUNDAY 22 MAY 2022:

Cancelled by rain

C.C.N.S.W. MATCH  REPORT No 21: NSW POLICE  FRIDAY 22 APRIL  2022

SOCIAL  v  NSW POLICE  XI    AT BRADMAN OVAL,  BOWRAL   ON FRIDAY 22 APRIL 2022 : REPORT BY SOREN HUGHES

The CCNSW team above left was:

Back row: PeterBuruma, Paul Witherly, Peter Rolls, Harry Bridge, Stuart Ridge, David Craig, Martin Speiser

Front row: Richard Clark (w), Andrew Dadswell, Michael Carman, Ben Stanic, Soren Hughes (c)

The Umpires in blue in the middle were: Brian Breakspear and Tom Cooper.

The NSW Police team above right was:

Back Row:   G. JAMES, P. BURNS, W. BARGE, M. BURSA, M. EDWARDS, R. ALLINGTON, P. MORGAN, R. NINOVIC

Front row: H. MURPHY B. SAGDIYEV, R. MCMAHON, D.LEGGE-NICHOLLS 

Absent:  D. STEPHENSON and A MCBRIDE

Rumours were apt pre game of a formidable opponent, a strong team who would be using the game as a selection trial for higher duties. We hadn’t been involved in a State selection trial since our game at Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka where the trial wad been a test of all abilities in every facet. This game was on home turf (and thankfully 20 degrees cooler and without the intense humidity), played at the most prestigious Bradman Oval, Bowral; a cricket ground of international standard and designed for fair play between teams.

\We had not played the NSW Police previously; however the fixture was played in such good spirits that rumours are now abound of an annual fixture, perhaps to be called the ‘Brooks James Cup’ in honour of honourable men. May that be so; however we may well need to commit all our resources to this game before we conquer ex and current first graders and cricketers with current professional contracts to play in the BBL. The script may have been written before the game began, although it would be written in four quarters and two innings (4 quarters of 25 overs and a cumulative total).

Bradman Oval was looking a picture, though slightly damp after months of rain. Despite good cloud cover, it was a pitch to bat first on before the pitch crumbled and while the outfield was still wet. We lost the toss. Stuart Ridge and Ben Stanic gave us a strong start with two early wickets, a classic caught behind by Richard Clark and an athletic and agile catch from Paul Witherly who I hope to see occasionally next year around the Masters (or C&S) circuit if his duties captaining St George 5ths let him do so.

The Police pairing were quick to dispatch almost anything, reliably scoring in all areas off almost every ball. The change to spin with Martin Speiser, Andrew Dadswell (“Tex”) and David Craig  however slowed them down somewhat, ‘Tex’ rewarded with a wicket. Holding them to 168 from their first 25 was a seemingly good result as we just couldn’t break the 100 run partnership between Murphy and McBride until both men retired on 50 each. Perhaps we might stand on the rope instead of 10m inside it next time as there were a couple of chances that bounced just inside the rope that might have changed things.

Our first batting quarter was pleasing. Peter Rolls and Richard Clark were obviously up against a quality fast bowling attack and were given almost nothing loose to enjoy. Watching them survive  was thrilling. Admittedly we needed almost 7 an over to keep pace but neither threw their wicket away and kept at it. I’ve not seen ‘Rich’ bat so slowly ever. When Rolls fell, Harry Bridge lasted only one ball with one that shaped away but yorked him on off stump for a golden. Peter Buruma held them out for 3 runs before Edwards removed both in his 4th over. Michael Carman and Andrew Dadswell  then formed a nice partnership of resistance and resilience before Michael got a good one from Morgan just as they began to accelerate towards the break. Paul Witherly accelerated from ball one, he and ‘Tex’ building a fine 50 run partnership into the halfway mark at 5 for 89, though 80 short of the target. 

The Police batted sensationally in their final quarter, ticking off the wagon wheel and spraying the ball anywhere and everywhere. To quote David Craig, “They smashed it everywhere, then bowled us out cheaply but it was a nice venue The End.” but our readership deserve more. They smashed it everywhere and we ran after it and retrieved it and kept coming back for more of the same. Stuart Ridge bowled magnificently, as always, picking up another couple of wickets from edges. Unfortunately the sun was setting; we were tiring and Garry James kindly declared with 6 overs to go. It could have been worse, but almost 200 from 20 overs is fair game these days, especially considered the tour opportunity and need to justify selection for higher duties at stake for the Police batters.

So needing 11 an over from 25 overs with 5 wickets in hand in the setting sun on a crumbling pitch (or 266 from 20 in the circumstances) against the foregoing attack was not an unremarkable task.  Witherly and Dadswell had grand plans and set about it with vigour. Both however were undone by Stevens in successive overs despite solid resistance. Martin Speiser put up some resistance too. However the running of successive twos appeared to get the better of him, run out by a direct hit from the boundary. In came David Craig who put the reverse sweep aside for a few balls but was caught out chasing the target LBW. Ben Stanic had a crack  too but came up short. With Soren Hughes swinging madly at the odd loose one, Garry James decided  on the fall of the tenth wicket that Harry Bridge should get another crack and so Soren and Harry formed a short partnership with the sun setting on a lovely day out at Bradman Oval.

CCNSW  came up well short against a very strong, notably armed and well mannered NSW Police side in hitting 189 from 43 overs chasing 355 from 44 overs. We will need to rally to beat them next year as they certainly bring a 1st class outfit with the 1st grade premier cricket leading run scorer and a Sydney Thunder recruit  waiting on the sidelines for their opportunity for selection. They might even might make an appearance next year and give us bragging rights if we can conquer the Goliath.

The Team was (playing 12): Peter Rolls 5, Richard Clark 9, Harry Bridge 0 (and 13*) #, Peter Buruma 3, Michael Carman 17, Andrew Dadswell 31, Paul Witherley 29, Martin Speiser 6, Soren Hughes (c) 42, David Craig 1, Ben Stanic 3, Stuart Ridge (dnb) and S. Ridge dnb

# NB Bridge permitted to bat twice as he had scored a first ball duck (and Ridge did not bat)

The Result was:-

NSW Police: – 5-355 (44 0vers) (S. Ridge 3-61) [NSW Police 3-168 at 25 overs]

Defeated

CCNSW 11-185 (S Hughes 42) (43 overs) [CCNSW 5-89 at 25 overs]

By 170 runs

FoW: – 1-17 (P. Rolls); 2-17 (H. Bridge); 3-25 (P. Buruma); 4- 30 (R. Clark); 5- 51 (M. Carman); 6-110 (P. Witherly); 7- 117 (A. Dadswell); 8- 127 (M. Speiser); 9-132 (D. Craig); 10- 161 (B. Stanic);11-185 (H. Bridge);

The Bowling was: –: S. Ridge 10-1-61-3; B. Stanic 7-0-77-1; S. Hughes 3-0-30-0; M. Speiser 5-0-53-0; A Dadswell 7-0-33-1; D. Craig 6-0-46-0; P. Witherly 1-0-4-0; M. Carman  1-0-8-0; P. Buruma 4-0-42-0

The Fielding was: –

Stumpings: – Nil

Catches: – 2 to R. Clark (w); One to each of M. Carman A. Dadswell and P. Witherly

Run outs: – Nil

C.C.N.S.W. MATCH  REPORT No 19: PRIMARY CLUB OF AUSTRALIA T20  AND PRIMARY CLUB OF AUSTRALIA  AND BURWOOD  WEDNESDAY 16-SUNDAY 20 MARCH  2022

SOCIAL GAME: T20 v THE PRIMARY CLUB OF AUSTRALIA AT REG BARTLEY OVAL, RUSHCUTTERS BAY ON WEDNESDAY 16 MARCH 2022:

Cancelled by rain

CITY & SUBURBAN ROUND 17  v THE PRIMARY CLUB OF AUSTRALIA   AT CAMPERDOWN OVAL, CAMPERDOWN ON  SATURDAY 19 MARCH 2022

Cancelled by rain

CLASSICS  OVER 50s ROUND 9  v  BURWOOD    AT CAMPERDOWN OVAL, CAMPERDOWN   ON SUNDAY 20 MARCH 2022 : REPORT BY SCOTT WELLS 

CCNSW were originally down to play the Sri Lankan Lions after missing this opportunity for the past two seasons due to wet weather. The week prior however, the Classics Committee changed the draw to a finals game of 1 vs 2 – being Roseville and Lions respectively.

As Roseville were down to play Burwood (whom we had already played earlier in the year) we were matched against them again – at Camperdown.

Whilst 1 and 2 played it out for a table topping match, 2, 3 and 4 were all very tight on the table leaving the final round as moving day. CCNSW were just ahead of the team who comprehensively beat us the round prior – Georges River. Roseville were top of the table by some 30 points ahead of the training group which left a remote opportunity (leaving the maths out of the explanation) for CCNSW to top the competition needing Lions to roll Roseville for not many and score very slowly losing no wickets.

But first we had to comprehensively beat Burwood by scoring 200+ and get all 10 wickets which was possible given we had beaten them well in the earlier round.

With regulars Ian Allmey, David Benson, David Craig, Richie De Silva, and Garry James not available for this game it was a slightly different looking side to previous games. Big Andrew Bachelard making his comeback from a near season ending leg injury, Jed Wesley-Smith offering to keep and umpire a full 40 and a young Brett James making his Classics debut for the club making up the 12. A side with deep batting and plenty of bowling options which has been our strength all year.

It was an unusually dry week leading up to the game so we were hoping for a nice hard wicket and dry, mown outfield. Unfortunately La Nina had different plans and dumped another load of wet stuff on the ground Friday. The pitch had been well prepared and the covers down in time thanks to the C&S Saturday team. However, upon inspection Saturday, somehow water under the covers had prevented any chance of play Saturday – as did the constant rain that morning. A call to arms was made Saturday afternoon to see if the pitch could be salvaged with Mike Pinter removing water off the covers and remove them for an inspection. The outlook was dire.

With no rain expected for the rest of the afternoon along with a stiff sea breeze expected and sun first thing Sunday morning, we decided to leave the covers off (Mike P with the assistance of some local soccer lads packed them away) with this being our only real option to get a dry pitch within 24hrs.

An early inspection on Sunday morning lead to hope we would be playing and with efforts to sop up some wet areas, the slight breeze and eventual sunshine left us with a playable pitch come 1pm. Special mention to the great clubman Mike Weaver who caught the 6:05am from Gosford to get the ground to help with the mopping up.

Game time – Skipper Scott  Wells won the toss and showed no hesitation to bat knowing we needed to post a big total to stay in touch on the table. A few scoffs from Burwood were heard seemingly surprised at the decision expecting a wet deck but that was the chance we had to take.

CCNSW started steadily but busily with the two Mikes (Pinter and Weaver) opening up with the strike being turned over well until Weaves was adjudicated lbw. Sliding down leg – perhaps – a shiver went through the shed thinking we had a trigger finger at the helm. Enter Paul Nash who too started cautiously with the pitch playing a bit slow due to the dampness and the opening bowlers swinging the ball on tight lines. Pinter was the next to go chasing a wide one caught behind. Nash and Wells batted cautiously until drinks with both the Burwood  openers and first and second changes bowling very tight lines and swinging the ball. beating the bat but still offering the odd loose one to score off. 2 for 53 at drinks with a platform to launch in the second 20.

Upon return Nash wasted no time in getting the runs to bring up his 30* retired. However this change bought the early dismissal of Ed Cross which saw Brett James making his Classics debut. The left handed batter seemed to throw the Burwood attack who  lost their line and length which Brett took full advantage of after a watchful start 2 (11) launching a few into the hill to bring up a very good 30* (23). Greg Brooks entered the fray making his intentions clear in picking up the run rate (and running a 3) whilst at the other end Wells nudged his way to a very tradesman-like 31*. Leaving us at 3 for 119 after 30 overs. Brooksie departing after a hard hitting 24 – 147 with 6 overs remaining

With 3 in the “bank” 200 looked possible after a steady start with 7 or 8 an over required. Mick Tarrant, Martin Speiser, Andrew Bachelard and Stuart Ridge continued to push the score getting us to 171 with 2 overs left and retirees Nash and James seeing them well. 23 runs off the last two overs saw us get to 8-194 with Nash 46* and Brett James 49*. A very solid total on a tricky deck.

Keen to take the wickets required and with plenty of bowling options, CCNSW opened up with Tarrant and Ridge. Both bowled tight lines on the pitch which saw the score plod along to 2 for not many with Tarrant getting one to jump for a snick behind and Ridge the other not before toying with their resilient number 3 twice hitting him in the money makers much to the amusement of the other 12 players on the field and umpires. A double change was made with Brett James bowling well pitching the ball up seeing what swing could be extracted from a drying pitch and Brooks from the other end bowling his usual reliable tight lines. Brett finished up with 2 wickets to cap off a great day along with a direct hit run-out earlier. But still Burwood seemed intent and hanging around with only 4 or 5 wickets down at drink but for a miserly 34 runs.

Straight after drinks, a double change was again made with Wells (for the first time in 3 seasons) sending down a few leggies to try to break the shackles and Andy Bachelard bowling from the café end. It was Andy B who struck twice to get the break throughs needed and we were well on our way to a victory. Not wanting to risk another injury, another double change was made with Ed Cross from one end and Martin Speiser from  the other to try to shake their stubborn batsmen out of their defensive mode and  not letting them get comfortable. Enough was enough and with 6 or 7 overs remaining with the last pair offering nothing, the secret weapon was released with the skipper yelling – “warm up Weaves”. Truth be known, we were only stalling until Brooks came back with the beers and tonic water but don’t tell Weaver that.

Once Brooks was spotted with a carton on his shoulder, Tarrant and Ridge were bought back into the attack to mop up and swiftly did so leaving Burwood all out on 93 runs (Editor’s note: Burwood only had 9 players and we provided one sub in the field) and a comprehensive, deserved and expected victory to CCNSW.

A flurry of text messages post game with other teams and the dusting off and clanking of abacuses (abaci?) saw the results and bonus points filter in. Sri Lanka Lions had beaten Roseville by first sending them in and rolling them for 70 odd and then achieving the run chase within 50% of the overs securing 5 bonus points.

The League table saw Roseville drop to 4th by 1.3 points (effective 2 wickets or 26 runs) and Lions retrain take second place. CCNSW had done enough to hang onto 3rd place

The competition winner which no one had seen coming was Georges River who absolutely spanked Old Ignatians by scoring a mammoth 270 runs earning 43.5 points outing Lions by 1.1 points (22 runs or 2 wickets) and CCNSW by 2.3 points (46 runs or 3 wickets). Ironically, the ultimate winner didn’t play  in the 1 vs 2 game.

Anyhow, a great, fun year which everybody contributed to and we toughed out a couple of close games whilst winning the games we should have won but for one blemish against Georges River who were the ultimate competition winners.

The Team was (playing 12): – Mike Weaver 2, Mike Pinter 9, Paul Nash 46*, Scott Wells (c) 31*, Ed Cross 0, Brett James 49*, Greg Brooks 24, Mike Tarrant 3, Martin Speiser 6, Andrew Bachelard 1, Stuart Ridge 9, Jed Wesley-Smith (w) dnb

The Result was: –

C.C.N.S.W.: – 8-194 (40 overs) (B. James 49*; P. Nash 46*; S. Wells 31*)

Defeated

Burwood C.C.(playing 9): – all out 93 (36 overs)

By 101 runs

FoW: – 1- 3 (M. Weaver); 2-19 (M. Pinter); 3-69 (E. Cross); 4-132 (M. Tarrant); 5-142 (G. Brooks); 6-143 (A. Bachelard); 7-157 (S. Ridge); 8-171 (M. Speiser).

The Bowling was: –: M. Tarrant 7-0-19-1; S. Ridge 6-1-11-2; E. Cross 2-2-0-0; B. James 5-0-15-2; G. Brooks 5-0-15-0; S. Wells 3-0-8-0, A. Bachelard; 3-0-8-2; M. Speiser 3-0-9-0; and M. Weaver 2-0-4-0

The Fielding was: –

Stumpings: – Nil

Catches: – One J. Wesley-Smith (w); and one to each of P. Nash and M. Pinter

Run outs: – One to B. James

Player points (awarded by umpire): – 3 points to B. James; 2 points to P. Nash; one point to S. Ridge

C.C.N.S.W. MATCH  REPORT No 16: LMS ‘’THE BONDI DOLPHINS”  AND OLD ALOYSIANS  AND EPPING AND NORTHERN STARS    – WEDNESDAY 23 FEBRUARY – SUNDAY 2 MARCH  2022

LATE REPORT

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

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C.C.N.S.W. MATCH  REPORT No 15: LMS ‘THE BATS’  AND OLD ALOYSIANS  AND  CASTLE HILL   – WEDNESDAY 16 FEBRUARY – SUNDAY 20 FEBRUARY  2022

LMS T20 (8-a-SIDE) EASTERN SYDNEY MIDWEEK DIVISION 2  ROUND 12   v ‘THE BATS’ AT MP 1 ROBERTSON ROAD, MOORE PARK ON WEDNESDAY 16 FEBRUARY 2022:

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C.C.N.S.W. MATCH  REPORT No 13: LMS ‘SHEAKEY BLINDERS’  AND EASTS PACERS AND GEORGES RIVER  – WEDNESDAY 2 FEBRUARY – SUNDAY 6 FEBRUARY  2022

LATE REPORT

SOCIAL GAME  v  THE SCG XI   AT CAMPERDOWN OVAL, CAMPERDOWN,   ON SUNDAY 30 JANUARY 2022 : REPORT BY SOREN HUGHES

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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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