HESLERTON CRICKET CLUB

Week 8

READERS SCARBOROUGH BECKETT CRICKET LEAGUE

Division 4

Heslerton 2nds 156-9 (M Webster 59, P Kinghorn 17no, A Green 15no, Jackson 3-26) beat Mulgrave 2nds 53 all out (A Jacobs 19, M Webster 4-6, P Kinghorn 3-21) by 103 runs.


On a glorious day at Heslerton their 2nd X1 made a positive start against fellow title contenders Mulgrave 2nds, Ian Dade creaming 12 from the first over but losing 3 quick wickets left them vulnerable on 27-3 in the 6t,h over. David Bointon and Mathew Webster added 43 for the 5th wicket with Webster in great form although he reaped the benefit of numerous dropped catches before being the 7th wicket to fall for 59 and a last wicket unbeaten partnership of 22 between Paul Kinghorn 17no and Andy Green 15no took the final total to 156-9 after their permitted 40 overs, Jackson claiming 3-26 for the visitors.

After the break for tea Mulgrave also made a positive start and from 24 when the Alfie Jacobs was trapped LBW for 19 collapsed to 37-7 with 5 wickets falling with the score on that figure before being, bowled out for 53, Matty Webster bowling a miserly spell of 6 overs, 4 maidens, 4-6 with 4 runs having come from his first ball.  Paul Kinghorn, returning from injury also completed a fine spell claiming 3-21 from his 9 overs, 5 of which were maidens.


Divid Bointon watches one go down the leg side during his 5th wicket partnership of  43 with Matty Webster

Matty Webster crashes another bounday during his 59

Mathew Webster had a fine match with the ball also claiming 4-6 from his 6 overs

Paul Kinghorn claimes 3-21 including the Mulgrave 2nds opener Alfie Jacobs for 19

PREMIER Division

FILEY 243-7 (R Baldry 69, A Howard 39, T Fitzgerald 37) beat HESLERTON 225-7 (Paul Bowes 72, Tom Benthall 64, Richard Bentley 27, Phil Dickens 3-51) by 18 runs

Premier Division

Sunday 18th June

Heslerton surged back to winning ways after their narrow defeat at Filey with an emphatic,  115 run victory over closest rivals Scalby at Heslerton.


Batting first Heslerton lost prolific inform batsman Paul Bowes early but Rob Middlewood (53) and Scott Brennan ((37) regained the advantage with a 87 run 2nd wicket partnership. The middle order maintained the momentum, Simon Oxendale (31), Sam Triffitt (20) and an unbeaten 36 by Stuart Pickard enabled the home team to a final total of 196 in the 45th over.

After the break the visitors struggled for runs against a mean home attack and some very good catching, skipper Adam Spaven bowling his 5 overs for 6 uns, Andrew Slaughter (1-9) from 10 overs, Stu Pickard (2-22), Dan Jeminson (4-23) from 9 overs and Scott Brennan (3-15) from 7.2 overs, bowling Scalby out for 81


Andy Slaughters claims 1-9 from his 10 overs

Adam Spaven bowls his 5 overs for 6 runs

Dan Jeminson reaps 4-23 from 9 overs

Aussie Scott Brennan claims 3-15 from his 7.2 overs

Andy Hire Scarborough Evening League

Heslerton 111-4 (Paul Bowes 29, Scott Brennan 31no) beat Staxton 109 all out (Chris Dove 72, Toby Sercombe 4-21) by 6 wickets

CAYLEY CUP (Division 4) Semi-final

Heslerton 2nds 165-3 (Ian Dade 65, Rob Green 52no, Mathew Webster 21) beat Ganton 2nds 86-9 (J Serup 25, A Allison 18, John Lay 2-20,  Andrew Hunt 4-15 Mathew Webster 2-27) by 79 runs.


FINAL will be played at Flixton C C on Wednesday 12th July at 6-00pm

Home

Ian Dade in full flow during his 65

John Lay takes 2-20

Hunt and Dade lead Heslerton into Final

Ian Dade hit 65 and Andy Hunt took 4-15 to take Heslerton into the Division 4 Cayley Cup final.

Batting first, Dade and Simon Oxendale started quickly before Oxendale was bowled by an inswinger from Jake Sarup. The inform Matty Webster came in and kept the run rate sky rocketing before chipping to cover for 21. From there, Dade kicked on with the backing of Rob Green and took the score above 100, bringing up their 50 partnership in the process.

After Dade was caught behind for 65, Heslerton were only 126 with just three overs left.

But Green had other ideas and took the last three overs for 39 to lift his side to 165 and get his maiden Heslerton 50 to finish 52 not out.

In response Heslerton were quick out the blocks and picked up the key wicket of Richard Bannister in the first over, to put them in pole position. From there, Ganton's innings never really got going. Anthony Allison scored 18, Freddie Bradley 14* and Josh Sarup 25 as they staggered to 86-9 at the end of the 20 overs to seal a 79 run for Heslerton.

Andy Hunt took 4-15, John Lay 2-20 and Matty Webster 2-27 to take their side into the Final.

Heslerton II's will play  Cloughton II's in the final at Flixton on Wednesday 12th July.



Linda Goulding Memorial Harburn Cup


Semi-Final


Staxton A will meet Ebberston A in the final as Ebberston beat defending cup holders Heslerton in the second semi-final to be held the following night at Staxton. Heslerton won the toss and elected to bat and started steadily against some fine bowling from Matty Turnbull and Frankie Beal with their opener Paul Bowes eventually hitting a fine 52. He was ably supported by Rob Middlewood who scored 30 with the pair putting on 76 runs for the 2nd wicket but wickets fell regularly and at the end of their allotted 15 overs they ended up with 145 for 6 wkts. The pick of Ebberstons bowlers was Tom Holmes with 3 for 39 from his 4 overs, skipper Eddie Swiers  with 2 for 16 from 2 overs and Matty Turnbull with a fine opening spell of 1 for 28 from his 4 overs. In reply Ebberston started steadily with openers Matty Turnbull and Ben Lockey scoring 36 runs in the first 5 overs before Lockey was out. Opening bowlers Kristian Wilkinson and Adam Spaven bowled their 4 overs each, there were 2 maiden overs in Wilkinsons spell, and at the end of the eighth over the score was 60 for 2 wkts but Matty Turnbull was then joined by Damian Readman and this pair took the score up to 131 for 3 when Readman was finally out for a stalwart 15 runs. Matty Turnbull went on to score the winning runs in what was a sensational innings of 103 not out hitting the winning runs for Ebberston with 12 balls to spare to end up with 146 for 3 wkts. The large crowd at Staxton gave him a standing ovation for this brilliant batting display.