Archive for June, 2013

Senior Selection for 15th June

First XI v Allscott (Away)
Day: Saturday Meet: 11.20am Start: 1.00pm
Captain: Ben Byram
2. Josh Sedgley
3. Gareth Hughes
4. Mo Zaheer
5. Chris Miller
6. Chris Waldron
7. Neil Davies
8. Chris Greensall
9. Mitchell Hoof
10. Scott Peckham
11. Sean Parkes

Second XI v Lilleshall (Home)
Day: Saturday Meet: 12.00pm Start: 1.00pm
Captain: Dave Pope
2. Lewis Sedgley
3. Liam Buttery
4. Avi Mathur
5. Matt Chesters
6. Frazer Watson
7. Matt Connife
8. Jack Lamb
9. Luke James
10. Jack Forrester
11. Liam Forrester

Third XI v Calverhall (Away)
Day: Saturday Meet: 12.00pm Start: 1.30pm
Captain: Jack Wilmot
2. Ross Wilmot
3. Ryan Forrester
4. Jack Heath
5. Khurram Waris
6. Richard Sambrook
7. Alex Dillon
8. Allan Myatt
9. Bobby Gill
10. Kev Myatt
11. Chris Cousins

Fourth XI v Welshpool (Home)
Day: Saturday Meet: 12.45pm Start: 1.30pm
Captain: Dom Musgrove
2. Mark Tolley
3. Steve Pessall
4. Andy Hill
5. Joe Gregory
6. Kareem Zaman
7. Aaron Musgrove
8. Joe Gaut
9. Haider Raza
10. Tom Griffiths
11. Dave Chesters

 

Girls Cricket gathers momentum

A very young U11 girls team took part in a regional competition at Bridgnorth on Sunday and won 3 out of their four matches to qualify for the county finals day. On Thursday the U13 girls team won their match against Wellington. On Thursday 13 June our ladies team have a match with the Shropshire disabled team at St.Georges.

Taylor does it again!

Week 8 saw strong perfomances from all our teams in the blazing sunshine. The 1st XI climbed to third place in the table after a convincing win over Bomere Heath. Batting first, openers Gareth Hughes (40) and Mo Zaheer (56) put on over a hundred for the first wicket. Then a batting collapse saw us wobbling on 129/5. Sam Bloor (7/38) did the damage before Josh Sedgley (20) and Chris Waldron (52no) dug in and got the score up to 218/8. As last week, the total was more than adequate with Steve Taylor (6/44)  again in devastating form supported by Ben Byram (3/43). Bomere Heath 108 all out. The 2nd XI made it 4 wins on the trot and six out of 8. Liam Forrester 6/16 and veteran Fraser Watson  (4/33) bowled Welshpool out for 106. Avi Mathur, Sean Parkes and Mitchell Hoof made short work of the target , needing only 20 overs for a 7 wicket win. The 3rd XI very nearly overturned leaders Wheaton Aston who made 231/9 with Bobby Gill, Joe Gaut and Jack Wilmot getting the wickets. 53 from Bobby Gill, 57 from John Sadler and 39 from Matt Chesters helped take St.Georges  within four runs of victory, but it was not to be, and we had to settle for a high scoring losing draw. 4th XI fortunes are on the up again after a second successive win, this week away at Calverhall . 4/29 from Khurram Waris and 3/36 from Haider Raza saw the hosts dismissed for 111. Dom Musgrove and Mike Ross got the Dragons’ innings off to a good start and juniors Joe Gregory and Tom Griffiths finished the job for a comfortable 6 wicket win.

Great day at St.Georges for Under 10s

The annual SCB U10s club Kwik Cricket competition has held on Sunday at St.Georges. 16 teams from all over Shropshire took part. The weather was superb and all the kids had a great time. Andy Johnson’s team finished in a very creditable third place losing only to Shrewsbury and overall winners Bridgnorth.St Georges U10 2013SCB Kwik Cricket 2013

 

 

Senior Team Selection for 8th June

First XI v Bomere Heath (Home)
Day: Saturday Meet: 12.00pm Start: 1.00pm
Captain: Ben Byram
2. Josh Sedgley
3. Gareth Hughes
4. Mo Zaheer
5. Chris Miller
6. Chris Waldron
7. Neil Davies
8. Steve Taylor
9. Anuj Chandler
10. Scott Peckham
11. Sam Morgan

Second XI v Welshpool (Away)
Day: Saturday Meet: 11.00am Start: 1.00pm
Captain: Dave Pope
2. Alex Dillon
3. Sean Parkes
4. Avi Mathur
5. Joe Gaut
6. Frazer Watson
7. Matt Connife
8. Jack Lamb
9. Mitchell Hoof
10. Jack Forrester
11. Liam Forrester

Third XI v Wheaton Aston (Home)
Day: Saturday Meet: 12.45pm Start: 1.30pm
Captain:Jack Wilmot
2. Ross Wilmot
3. Ryan Forrester
4. Jack Heath
5. John Sadler
6. Matt Chesters
7. Joe Thompson
8. Allan Myatt
9. Bobby Gill
10. Joe Buttery
11. Chris Cousins

Fourth XI v Calverhall (Away)
Day: Saturday Meet: 12.00pm Start: 1.30pm
Captain: Dom Musgrove
2. Kev Myatt
3. Steve Pessall
4. Andy Hill
5. Joe Gregory
6. Kareem Zaman
7. Mike Ross
8. Khurram Waris
9. Haider Raza
10. Tom Griffiths
11. Richard Sambrook

Sunday XI v Lichfield Diocesan XI (Home)
Day: Saturday Meet: 12.00pm Start: 1.00pm
Captain: Dave Pope
2. Dave Seaton
3. Steve Pessall
4. Mike Ross
5. Bobby Gill
6. Kev Myatt
7. Dom Musgrove
8. Allan Myatt
9. Matthew Chesters
10. TBC
11. TBC

Taylor blows Frankton away, Waldron blitzes Alberbury

Stev Taylor

Steve Taylor

Chris Waldron

Chris Waldron

In week 7 the 1st XI were inserted at Frankton and made 214/7 with solid contributions from the top four of Gareth Hughes, Mo Zaheer, Chris Miller and Steve Taylor. Returning captain Ben Byram’s bowling figures of 4/28 would have made the headlines on any other day, but the second innings was the Steve Taylor show. In 8 overs he took 6 Frankton wickets conceding only 5 runs. (Steve is the younger brother of former club luminaries Pete and Mark, and son of chairman Paul). Frankton were all out for 38, a winning margin of 175 and 24 points. The 2nd XI continued their successful run, with an emphatic home win over Alberbury.  Young Sam Morgan continued his run of form with a good 65 while Chris Waldron found his again, with an unbeaten 133. The St.Georges total of 305 on a slow outfield looked unassailable, and so it proved, with Mike Myatt, Bobby Gill and Liam Forrester getting 3 wickets apiece to dismiss the visitors for just 86. At Acton Reynald  Jack Wilmot and Kevin Myatt took 5 and 4 wickets respectively to bowl the hosts out for 203. The 3rd XI chased down the target with 5 overs to spare,  Ross Wilmot (69) led the way supported by Jack Heath, Allan Myatt and Ryan Forrester. Whitchurch III posted an impressive 259/5, which our 4th XI could not match, but they overcame their recent batting frailties to hang on for a draw. The U10 side got in a match on Sunday morning, beating visitors Quatt, while after last week’s encouraging signs the U15s’ batting again crumbled at Hawkins in Cheslyn Hay.

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