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Horner and Sparks guide side to victory with ease after bowlers’ earlier efforts

2nd XI v. Griff & Coton 1’s

WIN!!!!!

On Saturday 25th August, Kenilworth’s second team travelled to bottom side Griff and Coton 1’s for their Warwickshire Cricket League Division Seven fixture.

After a delayed start due to rain, the match was reduced to 47 overs per side.

Kenilworth asked the home side Griff and Coton to bat first, two early wickets for Johnny Mortlock had the home side on the back foot, the home side were unable to get on top of the visitors bowling, only number six Lawlor with 45 not out had any answer to the Kenilworth bowling. Griff finished on 131 for 6 from their forty seven overs. Wicket takers for Kenilworth were Johnny Mortlock with a miserly 2 for 2 from six overs, Chris Beach 2 for 38 from twelve overs and 1 for 29 from twelve overs from  Matt Casey.

Kenilworth lost opener Matt Casey in the second over, the visitors 0 for 1. Elliot Haynes Sorrell joined Dan Horner, but he fell for 16, the visitors now 22 for 2. Jono Sparks joined Horner now, together the pair got their side on track, both players looked confident at the crease, they were in fine form, punishing anything short or wide, together they went on to see their side home in the 30th over, putting on 113 unbroken together, Kenilworth finishing on 135 for 2 to win comfortably by eight wickets. Dan Horner unbeaten on 62, his innings with 8 x 4, Sparks unbeaten on 46. Lawlor and Stephens with a wicket apiece for Griff.

Kenilworth take 20 points, staying in a comfortable mid table position with three games to go.

 

 

Joy for Sunday XI

Sunday XI v. Harborne

WIN!!

On Sunday 19th August Kenilworth’s Sunday eleven hosted Birmingham Side Harborne in the Arden Sunday Cricket League.

Kenilworth won the toss and asked Harborne to bat first. Opening bowlers Theo Mannion and Matthew Dadswell bowled a tidy opening spell, after ten overs Harborne were 33 for no wicket, when Tom Skinner replaced Matthew Dadswell at the Leek Wootton end, he had opener Powick caught by Geoff Hay for 14 in the fourteenth over, the visitors 47 for 1, Skinner struck again soon after, having the other opener S. Blackledge caught behind by Dan Horner for 24. Patel and Graham took the score to 89,when they both fell, Patel for 16 and Graham for 17, a wicket for Matthew Dadswell in his second spell and for skipper Geoff Edmunds, the visitors 89 for 4. Harborne were finding runs hard to come by, Kenilworth’s bowlers were keeping things tight, after thirty overs Harborne were 91 for 4.
Four wickets fell in the last ten overs, Harborne finishing on 137 for 8 from their forty overs. Wicket takers for Kenilworth were Geoff Edmunds with 3 for 21 off seven overs, Theo Mannion 2 for 22 from eight overs, Tom Skinner with 2 for 31 from eight overs and Matthew Dadswell with 1 for 29 from seven overs.

After the tea interval, the Kenilworth openers Dan Horner and Geoff Hay looked to chase down the 138 to win. But Dan Horner fell early for 2, then next man in Henry Curran fell lbw, Kenilworth were 8 for 2. A stand of 46 between Geoff Hay and Elliott Haynes Sorrell got their side back on Track, until Hay was bowled for 20 by Wylde. George Baines joined Sorrell, Baines out for 18, Kenilworth 82 for 4. Sorrell was joined by Sam Leach now. Leach and Sorrell started to put bat to ball, putting on 49 together, Leach out lbw for a smart 31, the home side now need just seven to win. Sorrell fell the ball after reaching yet another 50, his innings having five fours. It was left to number eight Theo Mannion to hit the winning four with nearly five overs remaining, Kenilworth winning by four wickets, finishing on 141 for 6. Graham the best of the Harborne bowlers, taking 2 for 25 from eight overs.

Kenilworth take 20 points.

Long journey for no reward

Sunday XI v. Coomb’s Wood

 

LOSE!

On Sunday 12th August, Kenilworth’s Sunday side made the long trip to Coombs Wood for their Arden Sunday Cricket League Division 3 fixture.

After a delayed start due to rain, the match was reduced to thirty overs per side. Coombs Wood were asked to bat first, opening bowlers Matthew Dadswell and Matt Casey both picked up an early wicket, reducing the home side to 20 for 2. Another wicket for Dadswell, having Abas caught for 20, Wood now 27 for 3. A stand of 61 in quick time between Whyte (49 not out) and Saeed (38) got their side back on track. After another rain delay, the players returned, except one who went shopping instead, for the last ten overs. Further wickets from Kenilworth kept the home side to 165 for 7 from thirty overs. The wicket takers for Kenilworth were Chris Prophet with 2 for 18, Matthew Dadswell with 2 for 23 from six overs, Matt Casey 1 for 16 from five overs, Jorjeet Singh 1 for 22 from six and Darius Potten-Ravenshad 1 for 39 from six overs.

Kenilworth openers Dan Horner and Jorjeet Singh put on 23 for the first wicket, Skipper Horner bowled by Cranage for 15, two more quick wickets for Cranage left the visitors in trouble at 29 for 3. When Singh was dismissed for 26, Kenilworth were 56 for 4, all the wickets to the left arm seam of Cranage. Whyte replaced Cranage, he soon got among the wickets, ripping out the rest of the visitors batting, only Potten-Ravenshad with 14 not out and Haynes Sorrell 12 made other double figure scores, Whyte taking an unbelievable 5 for 4 from five overs, Kenilworth all out for just 87 in the 23rd over . Coombs Wood the winners by 78 runs.

 

 

2nds lose in the rain but the Spirit of Cricket is the real winner.

2nd. XI v. Wishaw

 

LOSE!

On Saturday 11th August Kenilworth’s Second team hosted Wishaw seconds for their Warwickshire Cricket League Division Seven fixture.

Home side Kenilworth batted first but lost an early wicket with the score on 14, but young George Baines joined opener Mark Stranks, together the pair added 61 before Baines was out for 24. Elliot Haynes Sorrell joined Stranks, and these two carried on the good work, putting on 26 before two wickets fell with the score on 101, the home side 101 for 4, Stranks out for 40. Sorrel fell for 37, Joey Poole with 28 and a breezy 25 not out from Ian Baker helped Kenilworth to 188 for 9 from their fifty overs. Smith and Patel taking three wickets each for Wishaw.

Visitors Wishaw made a solid start in their reply, putting on 40 for the first wicket, the second wicket falling on 66. Opener Smith made 44 for the visitors, he was out with the score on 86. The home side kept chipping away and further wickets fell, Wishaw now 139 for 5 but a stand of 31 got there side to 170 for 6 then 178 for 7.

With rain falling constantly the visitors needing just a few runs, the sides stayed on the field of play in the Spirit of Cricket to bring the game to its natural conclusion. Wishaw lost their eighth wicket with two runs still needed but Barker held his nerve for the visitors with 32 not out hitting the winning runs in the 44th over, Wishaw winning by a slender two wickets in a creditable way to both sides for the match to have been played and end.

Wicket takers for Kenilworth were Joey Poole with 2 for 34 from nine overs, Pete Alty 2 for 43 from twelve overs, Ian Baker 2 for 44 from twelve overs, John Mortlock 1 for 14 and David Barclay with 1 for 19.

Kenilworth take 6 points.

KCC 182-8 (6 points) Wishaw 187-8 (20 points) 

Seconds seconds best

2nd. XI v. Leamington Khalsa

 

LOSE !

Kenilworth’s second team travelled to play Leamington Khalsa seconds in Warwickshire Cricket League Division Seven on Saturday 4th August.

Home side Khalsa batted first and their openers got their side off to solid Start, Radgul making 44, number five Mick also chipping in with 30, but Kenilworth kept taking wickets and never let the home side get away, Khalsa were all out on the last of their fifty overs for 202.

The Kenilworth wickets were shared around, Tom Skinner with 2 for 23, Pete Alty and Jaesh Naik both snapping up 2 for 38, Naik answering the call to arms to play his first game of the season. Spinners Chris Beach and Charlie Stranks both having figures of 1 for 25, also two smart run outs saw the visitors completed a decent day in the field.

After the tea interval, the Kenilworth openers Geoff Hay and Elliot Haynes Sorrell put on 31, but both men fell on that score, Hay for 9 and Sorrell making 21. Four more quick wickets left the visitors struggling on 60 for 6 then 77 for 8. Soon after Kenilworth were all out for just 105 in only 29 overs. Number nine Tom Skinner made 16 not out with 4 x 4, James Adamson 12 and Pete Alty with 11, but Kenilworth fell well short, losing by 97 runs, taking just four points. Kash with three wickets and Ragul with two for the home side.

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