Menu Close


3rd XI at Harbury

Saturday 1st XI

The first eleven travelled to Marston Green, where the home side won the toss and elected to bowl first.

Kenilworth batted only 29 overs for their all out total of 104. The wickets fell regularly, not helped by two run outs in top 4. Stu Cope hit the highest score with a solid 34 that included 5 boundary 4s, Tom Booker was second highest with 24. For the home side, everyone of the four bowlers used took at least one wicket. Faizan claimed just one as Khan and Hussain took two a piece. Abdul Hadi produced the best figures of 3 for 29 off his 8 overs.

In reply, Marston Green chased the total 1 down inside 18 overs. Ghlab Shah scored 78 off 61, guiding the home side over the line. Steve Rhodes took Kenilworth’s sole wicket, claiming 1 for 27.

Kenilworth take no points from the fixture sit 8th in division 2.


Saturday 2nd XI

The second eleven hosted Knowle Village, who won the toss and elected to field first.

Kenilworth got to 166 all out from 50 overs, Sarfraz Hussain top scored with a quickfire 41 before being well caught. Dan Horner also made 37 and Josh Charlwood contributed 16 down the order. The wickets were shared around for Knowle as Lyons claimed one and Richmond, Magee and Rose all took two each. Adam Cooke returned the best figures with 3 for 26 off of 10 overs.

In reply, Knowle chased Kenilworth’s total in 38 overs. Lots of steady contributions from the away side got them to the total, with Richmond high scoring with 36 and Tibbits a close second on 32. Tom Skinner and Sam Leach claimed 1 and 2 wickets respectively, whilst Kushan Bhatt returned the best figures on debut with 2 for 33.

Following the game the club hosted their first BBQ which was a great success, and well supported. Thanks to everybody who came along.

Kenilworth claim three points from the game and slip to 11th in the Division 6 east table.


Saturday 3rd XI

Kenilworth’s third eleven hosted Hunningham 1s at Harbury where Kenilworth won the toss and elected to field. Bowman opened for the away side and made a strong 68, captain Stuart Bird was second highest contributor with an unbeaten 38. Colts Ben Kelley and Ethan Tate both took a wicket a piece Chris Mortlock claiming two in his first game back for two years. Matt Dadswell claimed the best figures with 3 for 37as Hunningham finished 194 for 7 from their 40 overs.

With the bat, Kenilworth made a good go of chasing the total however in the end fell short of the total, finishing on 128 for 9 from 40 overs. Krishna Alluri top scored with 44, including 8 fours, with Andy Dadswell contributing second highest with 16. Wickets were spread out for the visitors as Pal, Bird and King all took one a piece. Hughes claimed 2 for 26 and Bradbrook and Murden each claimed 2 for 24.

Kenilworth take 5 points from the game and sit 8th in the Cotswold hills division 4.



Related Posts