Here are the “Top 10” bowling performances for 2009 Top 10 Bowling Figures – All Teams – 2009 7-26 MarkRead more
Here are the “Top 10” innings for all teams and then for each team for the year 2009. Top 10Read more
Sheffield Collegiate Red v Eckington Sunday 26 July 2009
With the teams level on points going into this, the final match of the season, everyone was hoping for good weather. At 9.45 it was raining at Abbeydale, and it continued for another 45 minutes. It was not heavy enough to saturate the pitch though and when it stopped, it was agreed that a 15-over-per-side match could take place without risking the pitch for the 3rd XI cup match in the afternoon. The only stipulation was that if the rain restarted the match would be abandoned immediately, whatever the score.Read more
On the last 2 Sunday mornings, in contrasting weather conditions, U15 Reds have won 2 away matches by the combined total of 3 runs.Read more
Collegiate Under 11 Blue 311-4
Eckington B 199-7
A strong Blue team started the second phase of the season in style with a comprehensive win over a young Eckington side.
Despite the loss of an early wicket the Blues soon recovered with a good opening stand from Moore and Matthews. The run rate increased rapidly following the arrival of Jones who played some superb cover drives to amass 32, well supported by Padam in a partnership that took the score to well over 260 at the half way stage.Read more
A lovely evening in the grounds of Renishaw Hall was the setting of a very good performance by the youngRead more
Here are the top bowling performances for all teams in 2008 as shown on the Play Cricket site. Read onRead more
Here are the top batting performances for all teams in 2008 as shown on the Play Cricket site. Read onRead more
Eckington 142 for 2 SCCC 98 ao.
Like our batting performance an all too brief match report!
Riaz looked round and let Simmo captain. Wyles opened with Davey. ID got a bit of tap despite bowling fairly well for an opening batsman but still got some tap. Replaced by Fielding who did similar but at a slightly more economical rate. Will Lacey bowled nicely but their openers put on 100 before their overseas (60) was LBW to a slower bal in Wylie’s 2nd. No. 3 departed thanks to a superman runout from Wyles. Other opener batted through for 64. Prash bowled well at the death apart from a couple of wides. The fielding had been amusing in places and a couple of dropped catches coupled with some pretty good batting meant we had a big total to chase.Read more
Another week, another team. Bearing little resemblance to the team that strove in vain at Eckington last week, the Massive got back on track at Abbeydale last night.
Caribbean 115 for 8
Massive 116 for 2
As ever we are deeply indebted to Riaz for his co-ordination of the event.
On a bright but cool evening we entertained Caribbean. We did not play them in last year’s curtailed season and so were unsure of their quality. Having seen them last night they are competitive but one of the sides we definitely need to finish above.Read more