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Squad List 2019

Harrison Allin (Newport), Fahad Ansar (Rogerstone), Bruno Chitnis (Chepstow),  George Chorley (Newport), Jak Cosker (Newport), Jac Couchman (Sudbrook), Jac Kenchington (Brecon), Thomas Krige (Newport), Tegwyn Mahoney (Pontymister & Crosskeys), John Newington-Bridges (Llanarth), Jacob Protheroe (Newport), Ellis Richards (Rogerstone), Jack Ryan (Brecon), Teddy Smith-Milne (Usk), William Truckel (Chepstow), Harry Wallace (Newport)

Match Report Summary 2019

Denotes a gold star performance of scoring 50 or more runs or taking four or more wickets or for an exceptional fielding display.

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West Glamorgan

60 all out

64 for 2 Gwent 

won by 8 wkts

Gwent  won the toss and decided to bowl first, on an overcast day at Gorseinon CC, and had the perfect start taking a wicket with the very first ball. Debutant Tegwyn Mahoney and John Newington-Bridges produced a fantastic opening spell restricting West Glamorgan to 39 for 5 off the first eight overs. After drinks Bruno Chitnis and Jak Cosker kept the pressure on and took two wickets each. West Glamorgan finished 60 all out with Jac Williams the top scorer with 17.

West Glamorgan made two early breakthroughs leaving Gwent 10 for 2 off the first six overs. A great opening spell from Harley Thomas put the Gwent batsmen under pressure early on. When Harry Wallace joined Tom Krige at the crease they slowly rebuilt the innings. Tom (38*) and Harry (17*) batted with great resilience and patience. The pair built a great 50-run partnership to see Gwent win comfortably within seventeen overs.

Best Performances: Tegwyn Mahoney 3 for 15, John Newington-Bridges 3 for 21, Tom Krige 38not out


177 for 8

105 all out Wiltshire

won by 73 runs

Gwent won the toss and decided to bowl first on a sunny day at Abergavenny CC. They started well restricting Wiltshire to 38 for 1 off fifteen overs, A great opening spell from Tegwyn Mahoney and Bruno Chitnis helped Gwent keep control. After drinks Wiltshire started to push on with Shawn Vithange (62*) and Akash Patel (36) rotating the strike well. Gwent’s off spinner Jac Kenchington then bowled a very accurate spell taking 3 for 16 in 8 overs reducing Wiltshire to 128-5 off thirty   However, they put another 49 runs in the last ten overs to set a challenging target.

Gwent lost a few early wickets and were under pressure early on. Jack Ryan and Harry Wallace showed great resilience and stuck around leaving Gwent 38-3 off 18 overs. Wiltshire then brought on Shawn who bowled well and took quick wickets. Jac Kenchington (24) and Jacob Protheroe fought back and hit a few boundaries leaving Gwent 90-6 off 30 overs. However, they cleaned up the tail in short order bowling Gwent out in the thirty-third over.

Best Performances: Jac Kenchington 3 for 16 and 24

Cardiff & Vale

130 for 3

129 for 9 Cardiff & Vale

won by 7 wkts

Cardiff & Vale won the toss and decided to bowl first on an overcast day at Cowbridge CC. Gwent struggled early on losing three quick wickets inside the first eight overs. A superb spell of bowling from Rhyddian Sheppard had put Gwent under pressure. Gwent rebuilt but found it hard to form partnerships throughout the innings. Fahad Anser (33) and Harrison Alin showed great resilience at the end helping Gwent to a total of 130 for off their 35 overs. 

Cardiff and Vale set off really well with Aaron Carter (25) and Prithviraj Tripathy (34) setting a great foundation. A rain delay didn’t help the Gwent bowlers as the ball became very hard to grip. Jac Kenchington bowled a great spell of 7 overs for 10 runs but Gwent struggled to keep control at the other end. Cardiff & Vale chased down the total with twelve overs to spare and seven wickets and a dozen wickets in hand.

Best Performances: Fahad Ansar 33


95 all out

49 all out Dorset

won by 46 runs

Gwent won the toss and decided to bowl first at Newport CC. Dorset started well scoring 30-0 off the first 10 overs. Jac Kenchington then produced a fantastic spell of bowling taking a wicket in nearly every over. He bowled with great control and used variations well in taking his 7 wickets in just 8 overs. Dorset's innings was ended in the 25th over.

Although it was a low total Gwent started slowly and found things just as difficult.  The Dorset bowlers fought hard and applied great pressure. A spirited fightback from Teddy Smith Milne (16) was, however, too late as the other Gwent batsmen could not stayed with him and Gwent were bowled out in the 18th over.

Best Performance: Jac Kenchington 7 for 21


85 for 9

84 all out Devon

won by 1 wkt

In a game reduced to 35 overs by the inclement weather the Gwent batters struggled against a good bowling attack and the damp conditions.  All that is except Harry Wallace who, when was sixth out, had scored 34 of the team's 57 runs.

Devon found the conditions equally challenging and were reduced to 55 for 7.  However, their tail wagged enough to get them over the line with one wicket left.  Bruno Chitnis and Tegwyn Mahoney both had three-wicket hauls while John Newington-Bridges took two wickets and two catches.

Best Performances: Tegwyn Mahoney 3 for 10, Bruno Chitnis 3 for 13



    Match postponed due to the weather; to be played on Aug 16
Mid Glamorgan

48 for 3

Did not bat   Match abandoned due to the weather
Mid Glamorgan

270 for 3

110 not out Gwent

won by 160 runs

Gwent won the toss and decided to bat first on a very hot day at Chepstow CC. Tom Krige and Jack Ryan produced an outstanding opening partnership scoring 180-0 off the first 25 overs. Tom Krige batted superbly well scoring his first Gwent century and Ryan made his first 50. John-Newington Bridges finished off the innings really well with an unbeaten 48 helping Gwent reach a massive off their 35 overs.

In reply, Mid Glamorgan struggled to get going and lost wickets at regular intervals. Alfie Cogbill, who had got all three of Gwent's wickets, carried his bat and remained unbeaten on 50 when he ran out of partners. Harrison Allin was the pick of the Gwent bowlers taking 4 for 36.

Best Performances:  Tom Krige 100no, Jack Ryan 65,  Harrison Allin 4 for 36, John Newington-Bridges 48 not out

Cardiff & Vale

124 all out

125 for 4 Cardiff & Vale

won by 6 wkts

Gwent won the toss and decided to bowl first on an overcast day at Brecon CC.  Their bowlers applied good pressure taking advantage of the early conditions and limited Cardiff and Vale to 68 for 6 off 22 overs.  A revival was then led by a half-century partnership between Kritthik Baranidharan (37) and Rhydian Sheppard (19) taking the team to a respectable total.  Tegwyn Mahonrey took a fine 4 for 18 in 28 balls while Jac Couchman took three catches.

Gwent started well scoring 42 for 2 off their first 10 overs. Fahad Ansar played aggressively at the top of the order and was well supported by the other Gwent batsmen. Needing 38 off the last 10 overs Gwent got over the line with 4 overs to spare with Fahad finishing on 59 having scored over half the runs from the bat in the Gwent innings. 

Best Performances:  Tegwyn Mahoney 4 for 18, Fahad Ansar 59, Jac Couchman 3 catches


267 for 2

56 all out Gloucestershire

won by 211 runs

Gwent won the toss and decided to bowl first on a very green wicket. This was a decision that we would later  regret as we came unstuck against a stronger Gloucestershire team who batted very well and took advantage of some rather poor bowling. They raced along to 163 for the first wicket and ended up on an impressive score off 40 overs.  Bertie Michael scored an unbeaten 96 and Logan Bowden 77.

Unfortunately, Gwent's batting was also well below par as they lost wickets regularly and had no answer to the bowling of P Timmaraju who took 5 wickets for 13 runs in just 5 overs.


136 all out

137 for 1 Gwent

won by 9 wkts

Gwent won the toss and decided to bowl first on a great wicket at Llanarth Cricket Club. Tegwyn Mahoney opened the bowling and picked up 4 wickets in his first 3 overs leaving Berkshire 23 for 5 off 8 overs.  William O Connell batted really well anchoring the innings with a great 70 not out scoring half his side's runs.  The remaining wickets were shared around five bowlers and Harry Wallace was involved with four dismissals behind the stumps. 

Gwent made a great start to the chase, scoring 50 off the first 12 overs. Harry Wallace and Jack Ryan formed a century opening partnership before Ryan retired on reaching 50.  Wallace was unbeaten on 48 as Gwent reach their target within 28 overs.

Best Performances:  Tegwyn Mahoney 4 for 17, Jack Ryan 50, Harry Wallace 48no & 4 dismissals as wicketkeeper

West Glamorgan     Match cancelled due to the weather


73 all out

74 for 3 Gwent

won by 7 wkts

Gwent won the toss and decided to bowl first at Brecon Cricket Club. Herefordshire made a steady start scoring 30 off the first 10 overs. The introduction of Jac Kenchington really changed the game as he bowled with great accuracy taking wickets at regular intervals. Hereford struggled to build partnerships as Jac Couchman bowled tightly from the other end. Kenchington finished with the amazing figures of 6 for 10.

Gwent started slowly with the top 3 falling cheaply. However,  a composed 50 partnership from Ellis Richards (34*) and Jacob Protheroe (18*) saw Gwent to a comfortable victory with almost half their allotted overs remaining.

  Jac Kenchington 6 for 10, Ellis Richards 34


60 all out

61 for 7 Gwent

won by 3 wkts

Having lost the toss and been put into bat, Worcestershire lost wickets at regular intervals and were all out by the twentieth over.  Teddy Smith-Milne took 3 wickets and Bruno Chitnis and Jac Kenchington two apiece.

Gwent also found batting difficult but Tom Krige and Fahad Ansar, the only two batters to get into double figures, ensured victory for Gwent

Best Performances:  Teddy Smith-Milne 3 for 6


151 for 6

143 all out Devon

won by 8 runs

Gwent lost the toss and were asked to bowl first at Llanarth Cricket Club. They started well restricting Devon to 24 for 2 off the first 10 overs. Devon rebuilt their innings well and at drinks they were 69 without losing any more wickets. Gwent then took two quick wickets but the Devon batsmen showed great resilience and finally ended up on a competitive total in their 40 overs. The bowlers performed well, conceding only 6 bowling extras.  Jac Cosker took 2 wickets and Bruno Chitnis bowled 5 overs for just 7 runs and 1 wicket with John Newington-Bridges and Jac Kenchington effecting run outs.

Gwent made a slow start to the chase and lost early wickets at drinks were 68 for 5 when Tegwyn Mahoney came to the crease.  Despite losing partners at regular intervals he compiled a superb 61 when, with 8 needed off the final 2 overs, he was run out in the chase for runs.

Best Performance: Tegwyn Mahoney 61