Knockers Vs Sheldwich

Lose :: Played on Sunday 6th June 2004



Match Report

On a beautiful day down in Sheldwich the opposition we put in to face the wrath of the knockers bowling attack. G. Miller picked up the mantle of opening bowler and returned reasonable figures on a good batting track. The Sheldwich opening batsmen were clearly enjoying some generous bowling and raced away in the early overs taking 35 of one over from Jariwalla. The onslaught continued and only a swift catch from Paul Styles in the slips denied a century to one opener. The opposition carried on their extra-ordinary run rate to post a daunting total of 354 for 5 from their 40 overs. This target looking ominous for the knockers side was quickly made to look even further out of reach when Paul Styles was given out lbw in the first over. Oli Boreham then took over the role of main stay of the innings hitting 56 with some classy shots and intelligent batting. Support also came in the form of Knockers new boy Scott Landers 15 and Knockers 'legend' Peter Smith, who found some old magic 20no. Unfortunately, knockers were eventually dismissed for 137. Making this a record breaking match for all the wrong reasons.



Batsman  How Out  4s  6s  Runs
Paul Styles  lbw   0  0  0
Oli Boreham  bowled   11  1  56
Ben Miller  caught   0  0  1
Nick Jariwalla  caught   0  0  2
Guthrie Miller  caught   0  0  0
Scott Landers  bowled   2  0  15
Chris Childs  stumped   1  0  6
Peter Smith  not out   3  0  20
James Cork  caught   2  0  17
Steven Trounce  bowled   0  0  0



Bowler    Overs    Mdns    Runs    Wkts
Guthrie Miller    10.0    0    591
Ben Miller    4.0    0    360
Nick Jariwalla    9.0    0    920
Steven Trounce    7.0    0    691
James Cork    9.0    0    712
Oli Boreham    1.0    0    170




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