Author: Richard Verrinder

Data Protection – Consent Form

Rayleigh Cricket Club – Privacy Notice Consent Form

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Weekly report – 8th July 2018

With England playing their World Cup quarter final match in mid-afternoon on Saturday availability was even worse than in recent weeks but there was some consolation in that this also affected our opposition. The Club had two wins for our Saturday league sides.

T Rippon Mid Essex Premier DivisionThe 1st XI entertained second placed Bentley 1st XI who batted first and surviving two difficult early chances the openers put on a century partnership paving the way to a final score of 294-8 in their 45 overs, Will Nolde taking 5-36. For the second week running Rayleigh lost four early wickets cheaply meaning the prospect of a heavy defeat looked inevitable but contributions from Luke Sullivan (35) and 2nd XI captain Chris Frost (78) gave the reply some respectability finishing on 215 in the 42nd over.

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Management Committee Report – 2017

Committee Report – 2017
 
The Rayleigh Cricket Club Report (2017) was presented at the recent AGM. If any club member would like a copy of the report and accounts please send an email to the club secretary via this email address below.
 
AGM minutes have been sent to all members who have provided me with their current email address. If you have not received your copy please notify me of your current email details.
 
Richard Verrinder
RCC Hon. Secretary
secretary@rayleighcricketclub.org.uk.

Weekly report – 1st July 2018

With continuing poor availability expectations were not high this weekend but surprisingly there were four wins for our six Saturday league sides.

T Rippon Mid Essex Premier DivisionThe 1st XI entertained Brookweald 1st XI in an important relegation match and batting first lost four early wickets for 40 but some good partnerships and quick running between skipper Jason Ox (110*), Luke Sullivan (40), Ian Turnbull (23) and Will Nolde took the total to 281-8.  At 146-6 after 30 overs the game looked beyond reach for the visitors but a big hitting 8th wicket partnership of 79 left the visitors needing just 30 off the last 4 overs. However, the last three batsmen were clean bowled in the 41st and 42nd overs to leave Rayleigh winners by 26 runs. Phil Everitt taking 3-30, Luke Sullivan 2-27 and Will Wheeler 2-48.

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Weekly report – 24th June 2018

Only one win for the five Saturday league sides who played but a welcome first win for the 1st XI.

T Rippon Mid Essex Premier Division.  The 1st XI visited neighbours Rettendon 1st XI who batted first and were bowled out for 139, Ian Bryant taking 4-26 and Will Nolde 3-18.  Rayleigh passed the target for the loss of 4 wickets in the 25th over, Phil Everitt (74*) and Jason Ox (23*) leading the scoring and giving the team a much needed victory. However, with some of the teams above them winning as well they will need a more successful second half of the season to avoid relegation.

T Rippon Mid Essex League Division 1.  The 2nd XI entertained top of the table Great Baddow 1st XI who batted first and scored 265-10, Chris Frost taking 3-38 and Dan Frost 3-64. In a spirited reply a ninth wicket partnership of 94 between Richard Nolde (52*) and Chris Frost (46) nearly helped the 2nd XI to a victory. Dan Frost (41) also scored well during the Rayleigh reply but they were finally bowled out for 244 in the 44th over to lose by 21 runs. The Great Baddow players were amazed the 2nd XI were bottom as it had been by far the best game of the season they had played in.

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Weekly report – 17th June 2018

A slightly better week for the Club with two Saturday league sides winning but still no win for the 1st XI and three other losses and the Women’s XI losing too.

T Rippon Mid Essex Premier Division.  The 1st XI visited unbeaten Springfield 1st XI who scored 276-6 in their 45 overs Will Wheeler taking 4-26.  This total proved well out of reach for the 1st XI who were bowled out for 155 in the 41st over, only Phil Everitt (44) mastering the bowling.

T Rippon Mid Essex League Division 1.  The 2nd XI entertained Springfield 2nd XI who batted first and scored 226-10, Ian Bryant taking 5-46.  Steven Lynch (57) and James Ellis (42) looked to have set Rayleigh on their way to victory but two run outs upset this progress and Rayleigh were bowled out for 184 in the 39th over.

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Weekly report – 10th June 2018

Continuing poor availability and an inability to score runs quickly enough cost the club dear again with one win and five defeats for the Saturday league sides. Highlight was an excellent victory for the Under 16 XI in their first ever Trevor Bailey Matchplay competition game.

T Rippon Mid Essex Premier Division.  The 1st XI entertained Goresbrook 1st XI and batting first were bowled out for 147 in the 44th over, Andy Impey (43) and Will Nolde (31) leading the scoring. This total was never likely to be enough and the visitors passed their target for the loss of three wickets in the 33rd over, Ian Turnbull taking 2-35.

T Rippon Mid Essex League Division 1.  A very depleted 2nd XI travelled to high flying Great Totham 1st XI and batting first were bowled out for 127 in the 35th over, Darren Smith (41) and Luke Sullivan (20). The home side knocked off the necessary runs in the 20th over.

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2018 Overall bowling stats

Overall Bowling Stats – as at 07July18; qualification – 16 overs

Stats Overs Mds Runs Wkts 5w Best Econ S/R Avg
Andy James 21 4 78 5 0 3 for 22 3.71 25.20 15.60
I Bryant 75 13 255 15 1 5 for 46 3.40 30.00 17.00
W Nolde 54 6 280 16 1 5 for 36 5.19 20.25 17.50
D Hall 96 16 352 20 0 3 for 6 3.67 28.80 17.60
P Everitt 34 4 141 8 0 3 for 30 4.15 25.50 17.63
R Mantell 50 6 170 9 1 5 for 36 3.40 33.33 18.89
G Pedder 26 1 118 6 0 3 for 33 4.54 26.00 19.67
Mihir Patel 75 18 238 12 0 3 for 21 3.17 37.50 19.83
M Walker 44 4 219 11 0 3 for 27 4.98 24.00 19.91
W Wheeler 47 2 246 12 0 4 for 26 5.23 23.50 20.50
M Law 94 16 314 14 0 3 for 27 3.34 40.29 22.43
J Wratten 68 10 247 11 0 3 for 11 3.63 37.09 22.45
D Frost 88 6 455 20 1 5 for 37 5.17 26.40 22.75
A Vyse 20 1 139 6 0 3 for 30 6.95 20.00 23.17
E Curtis 34 4 141 6 0 4 for 11 4.15 34.00 23.50
J Patel 61 9 213 9 0 3 for 13 3.49 40.67 23.67
L Sullivan 21 4 121 5 0 2 for 27 5.76 25.20 24.20
J Wright 76 14 243 10 0 4 for 40 3.20 45.60 24.30
J Nolde 33 2 176 7 0 3 for 24 5.33 28.29 25.14
S Adams 30 0 152 6 0 3 for 31 5.07 30.00 25.33
K Paik 63 7 256 10 0 3 for 36 4.06 37.80 25.60
S Martin 49 8 215 8 0 3 for 17 4.39 36.75 26.88
C Frost 69 4 308 11 0 3 for 38 4.46 37.64 28.00
C Mantle 74 5 311 11 0 3 for 23 4.20 40.36 28.27
S Levett 48 4 227 8 0 3 for 60 4.73 36.00 28.38
J Walker 42 2 212 7 0 4 for 40 5.05 36.00 30.29
J Gibson 29 1 182 6 0 2 for 34 6.28 29.00 30.33
N Green 72 13 281 9 0 2 for 36 3.90 48.00 31.22
P Cox 57 2 318 10 0 3 for 18 5.58 34.20 31.80
C Mayfield 45 4 192 6 0 2 for 13 4.27 45.00 32.00
R Nolde 33 0 232 7 0 3 for 72 7.03 28.29 33.14
R Abley 42 3 207 6 0 3 for 36 4.93 42.00 34.50
S Rothon 36 0 232 6 0 3 for 25 6.44 36.00 38.67
S du Plessis 34 2 163 4 0 2 for 54 4.79 51.00 40.75
T Nunn 50 10 255 5 0 2 for 17 5.10 60.00 51.00
J Andrews 56 1 312 6 0 2 for 15 5.57 56.00 52.00
I Turnbull 78 43 314 6 0 2 for 8 4.03 78.00 52.33
F Barnard 33 0 236 4 0 3 for 36 7.15 49.50 59.00
S Skillett 38 2 218 3 0 2 for 26 5.74 76.00 72.67
S Fernando 25 2 150 2 0 1 for 31 6.00 75.00 75.00
E Ward 66 1 352 4 0 2 for 39 5.33 99.00 88.00
S Harmsworth 32 4 176 2 0 2 for 43 5.50 96.00 88.00