Ian Bryant (capt.)
Division 8 Champions
The Team on the day the 3rd XI were promoted at Burnham
|Matt Verrinder (capt.)|
U16 Indoor sixes cricket will take place at two venues for the 2010-2011 season. The two venues are St. Christopher’s School, Mountdale Gardens, Leigh on Sea and Grays School Media Arts College, Hathaway Road, Grays. Further competition details to follow when fixtures are published.
The competition at Grays will operate on Thursday evenings in March 2011, with two fixtures per week, one at 8pm and the other at 9pm.
See South Essex District Cricket Board website for more information.
The 1st XI travelled to bottom of the table Tillingham and batting first and scored 197–5, Chris Eldridge (75), Danny White (53) and John Cook(42) leading the scoring. Tillingham were bowled out for 134, Ian Bryant taking 4–26 and Mike Walsh 3–8 off 8 overs.
The 2nd XI entertained Hullbridge at Rawreth Lane and scored 225–7, John Stirk scoring 85 and Steve Adams 65. Hullbridge were bowled out for 204, Tom Chase taking 3–30 and Ben Stevens 3–46.
The 3rd XI visited Broomfield 2nd XI and batting first scored 212–6, Matt Belcher scoring 67* and Jack Vile 50. A heavy downpour at tea caused the game to be abandoned as a draw thus enabling the chasing teams, who all finished their matches, to move closer to the 3rd XI in the table.
In another last over finish the1st XI batted first against Brookweald at Rawreth Lane and scored 256-4, Jason Ox (108*) and John Cook (49) leading the scoring. Needing 12 runs off the last over Brookweald fell short by 6 runs, Jim Ewing taking 4–48.
The 2nd XI visited Ashingdon and bowled them out for 171, Richard Abley taking 4–30 and John Stirk 3–45. Rayleigh passed this score for the loss of 2 wickets, Andy Impey scoring 81 not out and James Ellis 30.
Continue reading “Four wins and one defeat again for the five Saturday T.Rippon Mid Essex Cricket League teams”
Rayleigh Women & Girls home to Copdock
The Rayleigh Ladies made a great start to their final game on Friday playing against Copdock from the North division in the Beaumont Senior League play-off match, winning the toss and choosing to field first.
Up to bowl first were Lorraine and Louise H and the field all ready Louise H took a great wicket in her first 2 overs. Marie then managed to get a great catch from Louise’s bowling so that was 2 down with Rayleigh looking good in the field. Then there was another catch with Lorraine’s bowling with Francesca catching it behind the stumps. This game seems to be going Rayleigh’s way with all the team walking in and backing up. The next lady to go was with a run out, and another bowled by Michelle King and all looking well for Rayleigh. The next lady was a good teamwork by Louise H and Marie with another catch. Michelle bowled another 2 ladies out and Kelly bowled another. Copdock were bowled out for 65 with Michelle King and Louise Harmsworth both claiming 3 wickets, Lorraine Frost and Kelly Castle each getting 1 wicket.
The Rayleigh ladies then decided their batting order and out to the wicket first were Loraine and Michelle with winning in mind. Lorraine was out for 0 I think that this was due to playing to much beach cricket while away with Mr Frost and the family. Next in was Amy McGowan who managed to keep hitting the ball to the end with a great total of 13 runs. Michelle was then bowled out for 14 with Marie in then but only managed to get 4, Colette was then in then out with a total of 5 runs it was not looking good for Rayleigh with 5 ladies down already then Zoe went out and managed to sail Rayleigh ladies home with 8 not out with Amy McGowan.
All the Rayleigh Ladies played well in this game with their field bowling and batting. The bus will be touring around the Rayleigh ground next Friday to celebrate the first win of the Rayleigh ladies team.
Starting way back in November last year and variously interrupted by snow and volcanic ash, this U14 indoor cricket competition finally came to it’s conclusion on Monday 28th June when Rayleigh met Orsett in a title decider at The Grays School.
After 8 games each against the likes of Horndon, Belhus, Stanford-le-Hope, Basildon and Grays it all came down to the final league fixture – a match originally scheduled for Easter-time but held over when the volcanic ash incident meant some players and coaches would be missing.
Another damp and dull Saturday saw a day of mixed fortunes for the Club with 2 wins and 2 losses in the four completed matches.
The 1st XI were away to Brookweald, who batted first and scored 163–9. In reply Rayleigh were 65–5 but despite the tail wagging there was no repeat of last week’s heroics and they were all out for 149, Ian Bryant and Neil Henson both scoring 22.
The 2nd XIentertained bottom of the table Ashingdon who scored 142–7. Phil Wolff (81*) and John Stirk (46*) saw the 2s home to a 10 wicket victory.
The 3rd XI visited Great Burstead 2nd XI and batting first scored 229–5, Adam Vyse scoring his third century of the season. In reply the home side scored 128–6.
The 4th XI entertained Great Wakering a batting first scored 183–9, Lloyd Sabatini top scoring with 40. Great Wakering passed this score for the loss of 6 wickets.
The 5th XI visited Hullbridge 2nd XI but the match was abandoned after 12 overs with the home side at 32–2.
The 6th XI game v Hutton 5th XI was abandoned without a ball being bowled.
The Sunday XI played Rayleigh Fairview in a Warsops Sunday league game. Fairview batted first and scored 164–7, Rayleigh collapsing to 115 in reply, Gary Hirst top scoring with 25.
The Women and Girls XI visited Old Chelmsfordians who batted first scored 105–7, Sophie Lennox taking 4 wickets. Sophie Lennox (25*), Marie Kelly (15) and Kelly Castle(12) took Rayleigh’s total to 85–2 in their 20 overs. More here.
Colts. Rayleigh Fairview U15s batted first against the Under 15As and scored 112–6, Yarwood (30) and Lee(36*) top scoring. Rayleigh were all out for 108 to lose by 4 runs. The Under 15Bs visited Wickford U15s who scored 172–4, Sam Verrinder taking 2–22. The U15Bs scored 58 all out, Liam Bond scoring 18. The Under 13As visited Rankins and scored 92, Luke Keeley 25* being the highest scorer. Rankins passed this total for the loss of 6 wickets. The Under 11As played Rankins U11s and won by 97 runs. The Under 11Bs beat Wickford U11Bs by 52 runs.
The sun shone brightly and four of the five league teams won.
Tillingham were the visitors to the 1st XI, who won the toss, and unsurprisinly batted first on a very hot afternoon. Danny White (108), Jon Cook (56) and Neil Henson (43) led the scoring to take the 1st XI to 326 all out. In reply Tillingham scored 200, Ian Bryant taking 5–45.
The 2nd XI went to Hullbridge and again batted first totalling 166 all out with John Stirk and Tony Catling both scoring 37. This did not look too difficult a target but John Strirk (3–26) and Richard Abley (3–39) had other ideas and Hullbridge were all out for 142.
The 3rd XI entertained Broomfield, who batted first and scored 175–6, Adam Dudmish taking 3–54. Richard Verrinder and Jack Vile both scored 42 in Rayleigh’s reply of 176–6 to win by 4 wickets.
The 4th XI went to Bentley and scored 225–4, with Brad Walker (87) top scoring and Hugh Kirby scoring a rapid 55 not out. In a tight finish Bentley were 222–6 at the end of their 45 overs to give the 4th XI a win by 3 runs.
The 5th XI welcomed South Woodham Ferrers 3rd XI to Purleigh and batting first the visitors scored 184–8, Shaun Grob taking 3–18. In reply the 5th XI collapsed to 59 all out.
The 6th XI game was not played as no pitch was prepared at Gloucester Park which was very disappointing for our visitors from Chelmsford and for our own players.
The Women & Girls XI entertained Champions Kelvedon to Rawreth Lane and the visitors amassed 146–2 off their 20 overs. Rayleigh were 50 all out in reply, Lorraine Frost top scoring with 21.
South Essex District League. In a high scoring game Benfleet U15As scored 125–1 to which Rayleigh U15As responded with 126–1, Christian Humphries 35* and Lloyd Sabatini 37* top scoring. The Under 15Bs played Benfleet U15Bs and scored 107–7. Shaun Grob 26*, Nick Buckley 19* and Tom Peppiatt 18 leading the scoring. Benfleet were all out for 68, Ban James 4–11 and Adam Krise being the leading wicket takers. The Under 11As played Eastwood U11s and won by 88 runs and the Under 11Bs beat Benfleet U11Bs by 78 runs.
There were disappointing performances from four of the Club’s five league teams on Saturday, with only one batsman scoring more than 50.
The 1st XI visited Little Waltham, who batted first and scored 195–9, Ian Bryant taking 3–41. In reply the 1st XI collapsed to 118 all out.
The 2nd XI entertained Old Chelmsfordians 2nd XI and batting first scored 164 all out, John Stirk top scoring with 55. OCs passsed this total for the loss of 7 wickets, John Stirk taking 3–27 and Nathan Healey 3–41.
The 3rd XI went to Marconi, who batted first and scored 164–8, George Barker taking 5–37. Matt Verrinder and Matt Belcher led the Rayleigh reply of 165–4 to win by 6 wickets.
The 4th XI entertained Rayleigh Fairview 3rd XI and scored 91–9 in their 45 overs, with Gary Bush (34) top scoring. Fairview passed this score without losing a wicket.
The 5th XI went to Upminster to play Havering Atte Bower 4th XI and were asked to bat and at 63–7 looked to be heading for another score under 100. A stand of 48 between Ian King and Brian Dawbarn helped set a reasonable target of 117 on a pitch of very variable bounce. The Havering batters showed better application and took the score to 119 for the loss of 2 wickets.
The Women & Girls XI played a return match against Champions Kelvedon & Feering who batted first and scored 140–1. Coaching to run quick singles backfired badly in Rayleigh’s innings with two senior batters being run cheaply and the team collapsed to 21 all out.
In a friendly the Sunday XI batted first against Mount and scored 200–7, Ian Bryant (102) and Ben Stevens (42) sharing an opening stand of 150. In reply Mount scored 168–6.
South Essex District Peters Cup 3rd round. The Under 15As played Leigh U15s at Rawreth Lane and batting first against some tight bowling and excellent fielding only managed to score 70 all out, a total Leigh passed without loss.
South Essex District League. The Under 15As again found runs difficult to come by against Eastwood and scored 69–6 which Eastwood knocked off without losing a wicket. Pegasus & Corringham U15Bs scored 103–4 against Rayleigh U15Bs, Sam Martin taking 3 wickets. Daniel Harrington (37*) led the Rayleigh reply and the winning run was hit off the last ball to win by 6 wickets. The Under 13Bs played Hadleigh U13Bs, who batted first and scored 135–6. In reply Rayleigh scored 86–9. The Under 11As played Hadleigh U11s and won comfortably, Matt Dobson hitting 26 off 12 balls and the Under 11Bs beat Orsett U11Bs by 61 runs, Harry Donaghue and Joseph Peppiatt both taking 3 wickets.