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Club Cricket Conference

Fixture Date: 06/08/2013
Ground: Brentwood CC
Start: 11.00 am

Innings of Club Cricket Conference
J Walford c Mellor b Chisti 21
A West c Sonkar b Khan 15
W Hussein  not out 67
T Sikander  c Mellor b McGinley 4
J Cramp LBW McGinley 0
T Phillipe c Diwar B MCGinley 1
M Osbourne c Mellor b McGinley 0
D Yarnley c Diwar b Azam 18
A Kulkarni LBW Diwar 0
R Sharati LBW b Diwar 0
M Green b Diwar 5
   
Extras ( ) 12
TOTAL 143
 
MCCC Bowling
  O M R W
M Khan 6 2 24 1
L Chisti 5 0 24 1
A Shafiq 5 1 24 0
D.McGinley 7 2 30 4
K. Diwar 9 1 22 3
M Azam 6 2 17 1
 
Fall
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
38 45 55 55 59 59 110 119 119 143
Innings of  MCCC
A Mellor (Leek) not out 85
A Chisti (Penkridge) c Sharati b Kulkarni 1
A Sonkar c Kulkarni b Osbourne 4
R Aziz (Halesowen) st Phillipe b Yarnley 3
L Chisit+ (Penkridge) c West b Green 14
T Wright (F.O.Saints) not out 26
K Diwar (Smethwick) did not bat 0
A Shafiq (Aston) did not bat 0
M Khan (Penkridge) did not bat 0
D McGinley (F.O.Saints) did not bat 0
M Azam (Halesowen) did not bat 0
   
Extras ( ) 11
TOTAL (for 4 wkts) 144
 
Club Cricket Conference Bowling
  O M R W
M Osbourne 6 2 23 1
A Kulkarni 5 2 13 1
D Yarnley 7 3 22 1
M Green 6 0 33 1
R Sharati 3 0 28 0
J Cramp 3 0 6 0
A West 1 0 12 0
 
Fall
1 2 3 4
20 31 40 71

MCCC won by 6 wkts

Team Manager: Bill Tansell
Umpires: Peter Mitchell
Scorers: Ken Lancaster

Match Report

On a pitch affected by heavy overnight rain the MCCC won the toss and inserted the home side.

After a good start reaching 45 for 2  in 10 overs the game was changed by the introduction of Dan McGinley. In his first over he took two wickets and two more in his second and third overs and finished with 4 for 30. The introduction of spinners Kuldip Diwar (3 for 22) and Maroof Azam (1 for 17) put a complete strangehold on the CCC batsmen apart from Waquar Hussein who scored a splendid 67 not out. The CCC were bowled out for 143.

In response the MCCC also found it hard going on the still difficult pitch and were 40 for 3 after 14 overs. Rising above all this was Alex Mellor who in a splendid innings of 85 not out including 4 sixes and 10 fours and ably assisted by Tom Wright whose 26 not out included  three out of the ground sixes, ensured the  Midlands Conference  victory by 6 wickets with twenty overs to spare in the 50 over game.