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Sunday side fall short

Sunday XI v. Massey Ferguson

On Sunday 4th September Kenilworth’s Sunday XI hosted Massey Ferguson in a forty overs a side friendly game which turned out to be a tight affair.

After losing a wicket in the second over as Matt Dadswell 1 for 17 off five overs bowled one of the openers, Massey Ferguson’s Cowling and James with a fine 75, together put on 88 for the second wicket, before number five Clay with a hard hitting 73 not out got them up to a very competitive 216 for 8 from their forty overs.

There were wickets too for Martin McKenna 2 for 32, Max Howard 2 for 36, Ali Peebles 1 for 41 and Liam Cottle 1 for 49.

Kenilworth’s reply began in positive fashion as young openers Danny Boneham and Jono Sparks put on 76 for the first wicket in twelve overs but two quick wickets then fell.

Boneham held Kenilworth’s innings together until he was sixth man out, after posting a personal best of 83, an innings that contained 11 boundary fours, whilst fellow youngsters Max Howard with 23 and Elliott Haynes-Sorrell 15 added quick runs, along with Cottle with 14 not out. However, Kenilworth couldn’t quite reach their target, falling just short, finishing on 211 for 7, Massey Ferguson winning a close game by five runs a match played in the right sprit.

Philip was the pick of the visitors bowling, with figures of 2 for 15 off eight overs.

 

11/08/2013: Sunday 2nd XI v Dorridge

Kenilworth Win

Kenilworth beat Dorridge in their Warwickshire Sunday League match by 5 wickets as they successfully chased down the Dorridge total of 238-9 with 4 overs to spare in a high scoring match. Chief Kenilworth wicket takers were Todd Elliott who took 2-27, 13 year old colt, Freddie Davies 2-27 and George Boylin 2-35. In reply, James Nason set the side on the road to victory with a fine 88 in which he 11 boundaries and it was left to Chris Prophet 64 not out with 4 sixes and 6 fours and young Davies 8 not out to seal the victory as Davies hit two boundaries in consecutive balls to end the game as Kenilworth reached 239-5.

14/07/2013: Sunday 2nd XI v Amblescote & Woolston

Kenilworth Win

Kenilworth proved a little too strong as they eased to an 8 wicket win after bowling Amblescote out for 105 in their 40 over a side friendly match in the sun. Danny Boneham took 3-14, Charlie Stranks 2-4 off 5 overs, Alfie Boylin 1-9 off 6 overs and Todd Elliott 1-25 whilst old stager Pete Alty a frugal 2-6. Dean Martin took 3 good outfield catches. In reply, Martin set the side up for a win but had to retire on 36 with a torn hamstring. Boneham hit 30 and Andy Boylin 11 before Ali Peebles 11 not out saw Kenilworth to 106-2.

Sunday 2nd XI v Earl Shilton – 26/05/2013

Match Tied

An exciting finale saw the Kenilworth 2’s on Sunday tie their 40 over friendly match against Earl Shilton. Two runs were needed off the last ball of the match, one run was achieved but a suicidal second to win the match failed as the batsman was run out 1 yard short of the line. Earl Shilton had posted 235-7 as Pav Singh, Tom and Harry Horsley each made half centuries and Zac Potter 45 whilst paceman Todd Elliott took 2-32 and Charlie Stranks 2-38. The highlight of day for Kenilworth was the batting of openers, Matt Bolshaw and 15 year old Adam Huxford, who both achieved their maiden Senior half centuries in a day to remember for them. The pair put on 129 for the first wicket as Bolshaw hit 11 boundaries in his fine knock of 71 whilst Huxford went onto make an unbeaten 72, hitting 7 boundaries in the process, as he shared in a 2nd wicket partnership of 80 with his father, Pete Huxford who made 35. Two run outs took place in the last over as Kenilworth scampered between the stumps but the side ended the day on 235-5 and the match was tied.

Saturday 2nd XI v Bournville – 04/05/2013

Losing Draw

16 year old, Charlie Stranks, was the Kenilworth’s player of the day as he took 6-54 off 15 overs and then hit an unbeaten 28 with the bat in the side drawn game at Bournville who were bowled out for 220 despite Stranks’ efforts with the ball. Edgehill hit 58, Shakat 37, Vashi 30 and Franklin 22 for the hosts as Kenilworth colts Neil Cooper claimed 2-26 and Todd Elliott 1-7 whilst Sam Leach took 1-35. Kenilworth’s opener, Richard Strange, hit 45 Mark Stranks chipped in with 17, Danny Boneham 13 and Roger Kelsey 11 as the side ended the day on 160-6 after Vashi had taken 2-16, whilst there was a wicket each for Bournville’s Soni, Shankat, Mann and Curtis.