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Sat 12 May - 1st XI v Sissinghurst II

Posted on 14th May in 1sts Match Reports, 2007


Shoreham 212 FOR 6
Sissinghurst II 213 FOR 4

Shoreham did not get off to the league start they were hoping for after being inserted by Sissinghurst on a drying wicket they found it difficult to push the runs along early on.thanks to the efforts of the evergreen Nick Walker (71) and his namesake Nick Walker (49), having a 120 3rd wicket partnership. The score looked to be reaching a respectable total, with James Trick (19) and Phil Edge (28no) both hitting some lofty blows to enable the homeside to reach 212 for 6 despite the efforts of Deakin 2 for 18 and Young 2 for 25.Sissinghurst started badly loosing 2 early wickets to James Trick 2 for 39. Thanks to a resiliant innings by opener Rusling (62no) and Rawlinson (80) kept the visitors in touch with the run rate. Impetus was given by Jenkins with aquickfire 30 and a fluent 28 no by skipper Kelly saw Sissinghurst to a 6 wicket victory. Nick Walker (ngm). was the only other bowler to make inroads into the visitors batting with 2 for for 30 and Shoreham rueing the many dropped chances during Sissinghurst innings.

- Photos by Sam

5 Responses

  1. hititard says:
    May 14th, 2007 at 5:28 pm

    Sam - is this one I managed to hit? Or is the ball hiding in the keepers gloves in this one? ;o)

  2. samtrick1985 says:
    May 15th, 2007 at 10:47 am

    not quite sure abot James in this picture, he must have a wedgey

  3. samtrick1985 says:
    May 16th, 2007 at 10:09 am

    sorry Phil i’m afraid this one was in the keepers gloves

  4. Jock Strap says:
    May 17th, 2007 at 9:48 pm

    A Sissinghurst batsman prepares to help himself to a leg-side long-hop from the Filston cafeteria

  5. Jock Strap says:
    May 17th, 2007 at 9:52 pm

    Strike one from the heavy hitter