Summer Tournament 2016 Results and points
Ellis 147/11 defeated Astle 81 all out
Astle won the toss and elected to bowl first.
Team Ellis batted first and got off to a solid start to be 50/1 off 10 overs with Shamus McCulloch making a run a ball 29. Some very accurate bowling in the middle of the innings by Charlie Dalling 2-12, Charlie Croy 3-13 , William Russell 2-16 & Will Coombes 2-4 saw Ellis in trouble at 90-11 after 23 overs. No. 12 batter and last man standing Kaine Hartley then played a suburb innings to score 53 not out and see Ellis total through to 147 off 35 overs.
Team Astle lost regular wickets and were all out for 81 with Nicholas Brown 18 and William Russell 16 top scorers. For Ellis, Kaine Hartley played another starring role taking 4-7 with able support from Logan Barnes 2-12 & Ben Trillo 2-8.
McMillan 216/4 defeated Fulton 152/8
After winning the toss Fulton elected to bowl first. McMillan’s openers got them off to a flying start. The runs came thick and fast, it took Fulton until over 17 to pick up their first wicket. Tobi Van Onselen was the best bowler (2 for 22), also picking up wickets were Jonty Bowman and Jonty Inglis. The Fulton bowling effort was not their best performance, consequently McMillan were able to score very freely and reach an outstanding total of 216/4.
Fulton then started well with Toby Shaw hitting a quick fire 19 off 13 balls. Angus Wilson opened also, scoring 20 off 35 balls. Our run rate was never really consistent enough to reach the target with McMillan bowling great line and length the Fulton boys were forced to defend. Other players to retire were Nate Ovendale (18) and Bradley Prescott (9). Jonty Inglis batted well (17) as did Madoc Wiltshire (19).
After 35 overs Fulton reached a total of 152, which I thought was still a good effort against a very strong team. Although it would have been great for Fulton to finish with a win, it wasn’t to be, but our boy’s should all still be proud of the way they have competed in the tournament throughout the three weeks.
Fleming 211/3 defeated Latham 148 all out
On this final day of the Yr 6 tournament Fleming won the toss and elected to bat first. After a good start, runs began to flow freely from both ends with. All batters performed creditably enabling Fleming to reach a total of 211 for 3. Adam Panckhurst 39, Noah Barrett 28, Mitchell Tait 29 and Seb May 40 being the main run scorers.
Latham began the run chase steadily but were always behind the required run rate, losing wickets at regular intervals, with only Lewis Whiteside 39 offering any resistance to some tight bowling by Noah Barret 3-21, Cameron Howison 2-1 and Mitchell Tait 2-10 being dismissed for a total of 148.
Fleming would like to thank the umpires for their services, parents of players for their assistance on game day and to wish all players every success for their cricketing adventures.
Bond 203/4 defeated Hadlee 123/9
Bond - Fraser Brown 50no and 1/6, Joey Pawson 22 and 1/3, Matthew Buchan 22, Lukas Freeborn 1/6
Hadlee - Darcy Dougherty 25no and Logan Yates 22no
Final Points Table
McMillan 184/8 defeated Astle 159/9.
McMillan match report:
Another great day and very competitive game of cricket with our boys chasing down 160 for the win in the 31st with 6 down (played out 35 and ended up 184 for 7)
Notable performances for us today included:
• Harry Cron – Bowled two overs with 2 wickets off 4 runs (one over was a 2 wicket maiden) – A very good swing bowler. He was wicket keeper for half the innings also effecting a stumping!!!
• Hunter Stewart 3 overs with 1 wicket for 6 runs
• Josh Cusin 3 overs with 2 for 9 runs (also a 2 wicket maiden)
• Rory Wood 3 overs with 1 for 9
• Flynn Bainbridge 28 off 25 balls
• Harry Cron also retired on 26 – He would be our stand out player.
• Connor Stewart 24 retired – opened and did well to keep a swinging new ball out
Astle team report.
Keeping our run going we managed to lose the toss again so we were sent into bat.
A solid opening partnership of 23 was broken as Bevan McNaughton was bowled by Harry Croy and he followed this up in the same over a fast yorker to Tom Hearn to have Astle 23 for 2. Opener Charlie Croy (Harrys twin brother) and Charlie Hoban then put on a good partnership which saw Croy retire on 29 off 38 balls. Will Russell joined Hoban and the pair batted thru to the drinks interval of 18 overs with the score
at 85 for 2 at which point Charlie Hoban retired 17 (36).
McMillan must have had extra Powerade at drinks as between Josh Cusin and Conner Stewart they picked up three wickets in 2 overs after the break without Astle adding to their score. Faraj Abassi strode to the crease and decided attack was the best form of defence hitting 2 fours and a six before holing out for 17 off 12 balls. McMillan were picking up regular wickets at this point but Will Coombes put up a rear-guard action retiring for 14 (36) allowing a confident Charlie Croy to return to score an additional 26 (21) out on the last ball with a returned Charlie Hoban not out at the other end and with the team reaching 159.
Astle started well in the field with opening bowler Will Russell bowling with pace and economy (opening with two maidens) before Charlie Croy made a double breakthrough in the 9th over to have McMillan 15/2. From this point the McMillan boys paced their innings well and despite losing their 3rd and 4th wickets on 87 when Charlie Dalling and Nicholas Brown picked up one a piece, reached their target with three overs to spare. Great batting contributions from Connor Stewart 23 (35) retired, Sean Whitty 18 (33), Flynn Bainbridge 28 (25), Harry Croy 28 (37) and Jake Frost also looked good, hitting two nice boundaries before being well caught by Josh Hardy, his second catch of the day.
Overall even though the day ended with a loss, the entire team stepped up and improved from last week, having a good contest with a top ranked team.
Fulton 150/11 defeated Latham 137/11
Fulton team report:
Playing against Latham this week we won the toss and elected to bowl first. We picked up regular wickets and restricted Latham to 137 all out. Our bowlers all went well, although too many wides for my liking! The wickets were shared amongst our bowlers, however two boys bowled with good pace and accuracy and earned great figures for their efforts. Bradley Prescott 3 for 8 and John Henri Turner 2 for 9.
We got off to a slow start losing early wickets, Jonty Inglis batted well (22), in the middle of the innings the run rate got really slow due to leg spin bowling from both ends which was very accurate. At this stage of the chase Nate Ovendale and Bradley Prescott were batting and although they didn’t score a lot of runs they both held on to their wickets and both retired. After the leg spin attack was over we were treated to some looser bowling which John Henri Turner (25) and Toby Shaw (19) really made the most of and pushed our run rate right back up and we reached the total with around eight balls to spare.
It was a great finish and all of our boys put a lot of effort into what we achieved as a team on the day.
Fleming 176/10 defeated Hadlee 133/9
Fleming took the field first on this warm Sunday morning and made early inroads into the oppositions batting order. Hadlee were quickly in trouble with a score of 3 wickets for 13 runs, Max Mitchell was holding the innings together before retiring for 14 runs. The wickets started to fall again with some steady bowling from Harrison Stanley 3-14.
Once Hadlee had seen off Seb May and Christopher Ellison who both bowled a good line and length conceding just 7 runs from 6 overs, there was a late flurry of runs from Will Ullrich 21 runs and Ben Evans 21 runs to bring their innings total to 133- 9 wickets.
Fleming began their run chase and were soon struggling losing a couple of quick wickets, Seb May 20 runs and Art Aitken 20 runs put their team back in the match but were still losing wickets at regular intervals. Looking at one stage like they were going to fall short in the run chase Cameron Howison 35 runs and Adam Pankhurst 14 came together, which turned out to be a winning partnership.
Fleming winning by 1 wicket.
Bond 172/9 tied with Ellis 172 ao
Team Ellis played Team Bond at Polo 4. Both famous players came down to say hello to their team. A great game, Team Bond batted first and made 172 for 9 in 35 overs. Tom Butterfield made 20 runs, Mathew Buchan made 18, Fraser Brown 21 runs, Luke Baxter 14 and Murphy Robinson 13 not out. Bowling for Team Ellis: Ben Trillo 2 for 15 off 4 overs, Connor Higgs 1 for 20 off 3 overs, Jonty Milburn 1 for 6 off 3 overs, George McFaull 1 for 15 off 3 overs, Kaine Hartley 1 for 12 off 4 overs, Nick Smith 1 for 12 off 3 overs, Logan Barnes 1 for 14 off 3 overs.
Team Ellis then batted and after a slow start reached 172 all out on the last ball of the match. Batting for Team Ellis, Ben Trillo made 35 not out off 29 balls including 5 fours, Kaine Hartly batted early made 25 and retired after facing 35 balls, he returned at the end and made another 11 runs and was out on the last ball, a total of 36 runs. Alex Jeffrey-Dally made 12, Jonty Milburn 17, Shamus McCulloch made 12 and Fletcher Mason made 10. Alex Jeffrey-Dally kept wickets very well for the first 18 overs and Fletcher Mason did well for the remaining overs keeping wickets. Bowling for Team Bond, Luke Freeborn took 3 for 7, Tom Butterfield 1 for 8, Bruno Davie took 1 for 8 and Mathew Buchan took 1 for 16 ( all bowled 3 overs each)
There was some good ground fielding, good catching and several run outs of note. The weather was hot with a strong North Easterly at time, boys coped very well.
Team Ellis players of the day, Ben Trillo batter of the day, Nick Smith Bowler of the day and Kaine Hartly for good captaincy, good batting and bowling, Well done boys good game.
A TIE on the last ball
Bond beat Fulton
Fulton 75 all out Mitchell Corkery 17, Ben Harris 2-8
Bond 106/3 Tom Butterfield 28 (ret), Lukas Freeborn 17 (ret)
Fulton’s second game was against Bond. This time we lost the toss and were put into bat. We struggled and lost too many wickets too regularly. We only managed a total of 75. With Toby Van Onselen the only boy to retire (17) and came back into bat at the end scoring a further (6). Bond chased down our total well, and comfortably won the game as the boys began to tire in the field.
It was a long day for our boys but I was happy with the way they all played, after the second game I asked if everyone enjoyed their day and the replies from the boys were all positive. Looking forward to the next match!
McMillan beat Fleming
Fleming 79/6 Art Aitken 16
McMillan 93/5 Harry Croy 21 (ret), Tom Anderson 20 (ret), Charlie Utteridge 2-5
Astle lost to Fleming
Astle 69/9 Charlie Hoban 14, William Russell 13 (ret)
Fleming 118/2 Seb May 26 (ret), Damon Noakes 29 (ret)
Unfortunately we lost the toss and were invited to field again in the heat of the day. Seb May 26 (25) and Damon Noakes 29 (26) got Fleming over 60 before they lost a wicket. Seb May batting beautifully. Christopher Ellison 11 (27) and Oscar Wells-Swan 15 (26) also benefited from a number of dropped chances in the field as Astle faded somewhat in the heat. Will Russell pick of the bowlers with two overs for one run. Charlie Hoban and Charlie Croy both bowled with good pace and energy but no reward.
With 119 the target to win it was going to be tough following our first game batting performance so I encouraged top order to play themselves in and use up their balls.
Will Russell batted well opening for 13 (25) retired while Ben Wright held up the other end for 2 (23) Charlie Hoban came in and added some impetus 14(19) with some classy shot making before being bowled hitting out, Charlie Croy 11 (14) caught likewise pushing for runs, others failed to make more than 3 runs as the team had last pair at the crease again and 69/9 after last ball. Extras contributed strongly.
Good tight bowling by Fleming, Mitchell Tait noteworthy.
Astle lost to Hadlee
Hadlee 86/8 Will Ullrich 25, Harry Hatton 2-4
Astle 56/7 Charlie Croy 16, Ryan Samson 2-4
Astle batted first and a combination of over excitement, good bowling and lower ranked players had us 5 wickets down thru 5 overs for 17 runs. Charlie Croy and Charlie Dalling then did what was asked of them steadying the ship for 25 balls each retiring for 16 and 6 respectively.
Will Coombes run out 4 (14), Bevan McNaughton caught 5 (14) and Charlie Hoban not out 2 (10) showed some application as team only totalled 57 with every batsman getting a bat.
Top class bowling by Hadlee with Ryan Samson and Jack Hollingworth standouts. Took all chances offered bar one in the field from memory so good support from field by Hadlee.
In Reply Hadlee scored 86/8. Will Ulrich 25 (23) caught, Ryan Samson 16 (25) retired and Ben Evan 12 (13) their best. Astle came back well last 10 overs but dropped many catches in field. Will Russell, Charlie Hoban, Charlie Croy and Harry Hatton being pick of bowlers and Will Coombes very sharp keeping wicket and nabbing a caught behind
Bond beat Latham
Bond 84/1 Fraser Brown 23 (ret), Joey Pawson 26 (ret)
Latham 60/5 Jonty Munt 13 (ret), Murphy Robinson 2-2, Bruno Davies 2-4
Ellis lost to Fulton
Ellis 109/8 Ben Trillo 28 (ret), Fletcher Mason 23 (ret), Bradley Prescott 2-9
Fulton 110/5 Bradley Prescott 26 (ret), Jonty Bowman 17 (ret)
Fulton’s first game of the Summer tournament was against Ellis. After winning the toss we chose to bowl first. We took early wickets and continued to take wickets throughout the innings at regular intervals. All of the boys were very keen and bowled two overs each, pretty much everyone getting a wicket off their bowling. I thought our fielding and in particular our catching was outstanding. There were a lot of catches taken in the field including two stunning one’s by Thomas Peacock-Price. We restricted Ellis’s total to 109.
In our chase for 110 for victory we had three boys retire, Nate Ovendale (14), Jonty Bowman (17), and Bradley Prescott (26). At the start of the 20th over we still required 3 runs for the win, with Madoc Wiltshire and John Henri Turner achieving this with 3 balls to spare. A bit of a nail biter, but a great start to the tournament.
McMillan beat Hadlee
McMillan 91 ao Harry Croy 19, Sean Whitty 16 (ret), Jack Williams 2-7, Jack Dry 2-4, Will Ullrich 4-3
Hadlee 70/9 Will Ullrich 17, Harry Croy 2-3
Ellis beat Latham
Ellis 100/6 Logan Barnes 17, Ben Trillo 16, Seth Matheson 3-12, Paddy Ballard 2-13
Latham 75/10 Paddy Ballard 17 (ret), Sam Crossland 14, Kaine Hartley 4-2
Fleming Development 195/7 beat Astle Development 89 All Out
Fleming – C Huntley 45, O Hawes 42*, N Gibb 40 and 3/13
Astle – J Dickey 22, B Mason 2/18, C Eglinton 2/33
McMillan Development 217/7 beat Hadlee Development 184/8
McMillan – T Seeto 75, C Webb 38, C Fyall 36*, W Dobbs 2/13, H Duston 2/27
Hadlee – Z Hedgcock 43, A Brown 40, R McCullum 23*, J Walters 2/21
Fleming Emerging 169/7 tied with Astle Emerging 169/8
Fleming – A Speight 52*, L George 30*, J McClimont 3/16, B Scott 2/18
Astle – M Lewis 34*, Z Howe 24, B Cox 23 and 4/2
McMillan Emerging 178/8 beat Hadlee Emerging 175/7
McMillan – E Cochran 63* and 3/24, J MacDonald 23
Hadlee – S Smith 36* and 3/18, L Fields 27, W Watts 2/9
McMillan Development 206/5 beat Astle Development 198 All Out
McMillan: T Seeto 51* and 2/17, H Duston 36 and 2/23, L Tohill 21 and 2/14, C Webb 22
Astle: R Thyne 56, E Stocks 25
Fleming Development 195/7 beat Hadlee Development 149 All Out
Fleming: H Sharr 58*, T Friend 32, D Crowe 24 and 3/13, N Gibb 3/15
Hadlee: A Brown 30, H Falls-Anderson 25, R McCullum 3/18
Astle Emerging 235/9 beat McMillan Emerging 191 All Out
Astle: J Hoole 69*, Z Howe 51*, J Beaglehole 37*, K Thiele 3/6
McMillan: V Cowan 42, M Lewis 28, A MacDonald 26
Fleming Emerging 258/5 beat Hadlee Emerging 240 All Out
Fleming: G Tretheway 85*, I Milne 46*, F Sharp 30*, B Carver 2/9, J McClimont 2/16
Hadlee: T O’Callaghan 68*, C Trillo 43, J Crichton 4/20
Fleming Development 215/8 beat McMillan Development 188 All Out
Fleming: N Gibb 52, B Lukey 37*, H Sharr 34, C Huntley 2/16
McMillan: M Raxworthy 65, H Duston 41, W Dobbs 2/6
Astle Development 229 All Out beat Hadlee Development 178 All Out
Astle: B Mason 55, B Hemingway 39, J Dickey 30 and 4/11
Hadlee: C Rawlings 41, R McCullum 30, J Braithwaite 3/21, H Falls Anderson 2/20
McMillan Emerging 248/8 beat Fleming Emerging 209 All Out
McMillan: E Cochran 58*, J Persico 36, J Foote 3/25
Fleming: A Ovens 64*, I Milne 28, J McClimont 3/10, M Gilmore 2/16
Astle Emerging 238/6 beat Hadlee Emerging 198 All Out
Astle: H Judd 65*, T Haremate 42, J Hoole 39, Z Howe 3/8, L Nind 3/12
Hadlee: J Crichton 51, L Fields 35, C Trillo 3/11
Fleming Dev 127 all out beat Astle Dev 116 all out
Fleming - J White 29, A Pierce 3/16
Astle - J Hooper 33, S Idiens 26. T Smith 3/19, L Cartwright-Keast 3/10
Hadlee Dev 184/8 beat McMillan Dev 149 all out
Hadlee - A Poumaka 20 ret, S Whittaker 55 ret, S Harris 36, J Harding 28, R O'Loughlin 4/12, J Houghton 3/17
McMillan - Z Waite 38, ?? 43, N Hampton 2/25, T Clarke 2/27
Astle Emerg 234/7 beat Fleming Emerg 153/9 (all out)
Astle – B Pankhurst 42, M Kemp 28, C Blake 53no, C Blake 2/12, B Pankhurst 2/5, T Whitty 2/15
Fleming – T Shepherd 26, G Burrowes 21, O Smith 22, T Shepherd 2/30, S Rochford 2/21
Astle Dev 122/5 beat McMillan Dev 121 all out
Astle - H Fergusson 21 ret, J Hooper 31, J Godden 31no. T Smith 4/13, S Idiens 2/9,
McMillan- Z Waite 22, B Hanrahan 39no, C Heyns 31. C Heyns 2/11
Fleming Dev 160 ao beat Hadlee Dev 160 66 all out
Fleming - R Brown 29, J White 22, H Forrest 46, S Janett 20. J White 2/0, C McLaughlin 3/12, H Forrest 2/4
Hadlee - M Joseph 23, R O'Loughlin 2/8, J Harding 2/20, L McGregor 2/19
Astle Emerging 214 all out beat McMillan Emerging 138 all out
Astle - T Dry 43, B Pankhurst 26, C Hanrahan 30no. M Kemp 3/18, R Stephens 2/10
McMillan - W Kenny 23, E Smolej 23. N Shearer 3/16, J Barr 2/14
Hadlee Emerging 186/8 beat Fleming Emerging 108/9 (all out)
Hadlee – H Smith 47, N Thompson 63no, H Smith 4/3, L Rountree 2/3
Fleming - S Forster 23, Harry W 2/11
Hadlee Dev beat Astle Dev 159/9 to 138 all out
Hadlee - H Bisphan 22, S Harris 41, J Goldsworthy 22no, J Harding 3/14, S Whitaker 2/25, H Bisphan 2/11
Astle - J Hooper 60no, J Godden 26, J Hooper 3/22, T Smith 2/25
Fleming Dev beat McMillan Dev 193/5 to 110 all out
Fleming - H Quirk 22, H Forrest 52, C Manson 51no, S Janet 22 no and 3/8, W Pierce 2/11
Astle - C Heyns 23 and 2/16, J Rhodes 34
Astle Emerg beat Hadlee Emerg 227/7 to 116/9 (all out)
Astle Emerging - M Walker 47no, M Kemp 60no, J Sealey 2/11, M Kemp 2/14, M Walker 2/16
Hadlee Emerging - N Thompson 48no, R Hotop 30, H O’Niell 20, J Tucker 2/8, L Roundtree 2/10
McMillan Emerg beat Fleming Emerg 143/9 (all out) to 118/9 (all out)
McMillan - A Hickman 23, M McDonald 38, M Wren 2/11
Fleming - C Talbot 24, T Shepherd 2/25