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Oxford University

Fixture Date: 12/06/2014
Ground: The Parks
Start: 11.00 am

Innings of MCCC
A Mellor c Leech b Kelleher 15
C Fox c O Grady b Haines 5
O Thomas c O Grady b Haines 3
A Chisti b O Grady 124
S Khalid b Kidd 58
J Pemberton b Williams 21
L Chisti b Williams 11
A Shafiq not out 7
J Ross not out 5
G Thornton did not bat
H Horsley did not bat
   
Extras ( ) 19
TOTAL (for 7 wkts) 268
 
Oxford University Bowling
  O M R W
W Kidd 10 2 42 1
R Haines 10 1 35 2
J Kelleher 4 0 20 1
T Williams 9 1 40 2
J O Gorman 5 0 37 0
R O Grady 10 0 70 1
S Packer 2 0 15 0
 
Fall
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
20 24 31 210 236 251 256
Innings of  Oxford University
R O Grady c L Chisti b Horsley 8
S Leach b Ross 38
E Fogarty c Horsley b A Chisti 45
R Cook b A Chisti 30
R Haines LBW A Chisti 27
H Josh c L Chisti b Shafiq 8
M Kidd b Ross 31
T Williams  C Thornton b Khalid 18
S Packer not out 6
J Kelleher c Thomas b Khalid 3
J O Gorman st Mellor b Ross 5
   
Extras ( ) 18
TOTAL 237
 
MCCC Bowling
  O M R W
G Thornton 6 1 30 0
H Horsley 7 0 34 1
S Khalid 10 0 31 2
J Ross 9 0 45 3
A Chisti 8 1 45 3
A Shafiq 9 0 48 1
 
Fall
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
18 88 106 148 169 172 222 224 233 237

MCCC won by 31 runs

Team Manager: Robin Viner
Umpires: Harry Harper
Scorers: Ken Lancaster

Match Report

On a beautifully sunny day at The Parks Conference won the toss and elected to bat first against the students.

The wicket was of a brownish hue and slightly worn.

At 31 for 3 Conference were teetering on the edge of disaster but a fabulous stand of 179 between Attiq Chisti(124)

And Shaftab Khalid (58) turned the match in MCCC’s favour.Attiq was particularly severe on the University leg spinner.

Quickfire contributions from messrs Pemberton and the skipper enabled MCCC to amass 268 for 7 off 50 overs.

 

In reply the University were always struggling although 4 of the top 5 batsmen made runs.These were however made slowly so that the run rate

Was alwayas marginally in favour of Conference and indeed this proved to be the case as the University was bowled out for 237 in 49.3 overs Conference thus

Winning by 31 runs.Messrs Ross and Attiq both took 3 for 45 being the best of the bowling