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Squad List 2011

Scott Archer (Malpas), Ryan Avery (Croesyceiliog), Benito Carnevale (Malpas), Robert Clarke (Newport), Harriet Coates (Pentyrch), Martin Evans (Blackwood), Cameron Ford (Malpas), Sam Hope-Bell (Newport), Ben Lander (Abergavenny), Ellis Pheasant (Croesyceiliog), Nicole Reid (Croesyceiliog), Charlie Smith (Ponthir), Callum Stewart (Newport), Ben Supple (Sudbrook), Elliot Thomas (Sudbrook), Matthew Williams  (Croesyceiliog), Ryan Ward (Malpas)

Match Report Summary 2011

Denotes a gold star performance of scoring 50 or more runs or taking four or more wickets.

OPPONENTS NAME & SCORE

GWENT SCORE

RESULT 

COMMENTS

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS GROUP MATCHES

 

Carmarthenshire

134 for 8

 

 

135 for 43

 

Gwent won

by 4 wickets

In a match reduced to 35 overs per side, Carmarthen won the toss and elected to bat first in damp conditions. After twelve overs Carmarthen were 31-3 but a 66-run partnership by K. Griffiths & C. Croft turned things around and they eventually finished on a creditable 134-8 in 35 overs.  Ryan Ward finished with three wickets, Martin Evans two and Robbie Clarke one.

In reply, Gwent got away to a solid start with 38 on the board after ten overs for the loss of only one wicket.  Forty-three runs were scored for the second wicket and after twenty overs they were in a very good position.  Ryan Ward scored a fine 68 and, with the assistance Scott Archer saw the the side home with four overs to spare.

Best Performances: Ryan Ward 68 and 3-28,  Scott Archer 27no, Martin Evans 2-25

 

Pembrokeshire

63 for 5

 

 

62 all out

 

Pembrokeshire

won by 5 wkts

 

Report awaited from manager

 

West Glamorgan

88 for 6

 

 

87 all out

 

West Glamorgan

won by 4 wkts

Despite having the worst of the batting conditions, Gwent's was still short of being anything like competitive.  Only Elliot Thomas and Robert Clarke offered any real resistance scoring half the team's runs between them.

On a brighter note Gwent's seamers bowled superbly conceding only 26 runs off the first 20 overs.  However, their lack of runs proved costly and the home side reached their total in the 39th over for the loss of 6 wickets  

 

Cardiff & Vale

 

     

Match Abandoned

 

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS TABLE SOUTH DIVISION

  Gwent Cardiff Carmarthen Pembroke West Glamorgan   Played Won Lost Aband Pts
Gwent XXXXXXXX   19 2   1 0 1 0 21
Cardiff   XXXXXXXX   18 19 1 2 0 0 37
Carmarthen 5   XXXXXXXXX   19 1 1 0 0 19
Pembroke 19 6   XXXXXXX 7 2 1 2 0 32
West Glamorgan   7 4 20 XXXXXXXX 3 1 2 0 31

 

FRIENDLIES
 

Wiltshire

     

Report awaited from manager

 

Herefordshire

223 for 6

 

 

174 for 4

 

Herefordshire won by 49 runs

Unfortunately a poor bowling fielding display, which saw nine catches dropped ensured a big total to chase, with James Hobbs scoring a fine century for the visitors.

A first wicket stand of 84 from Ben Supple and Ryan Ward kept Gwent in contention.  A fine unbeaten knock from Scott Archer then helped to take Gwent to a total likely to have won the game if the team hadn't been so profligate in the field.

Best Performances: Scott Archer 41no, Ryan Ward 33, Ben Supple 25,  Benito Carnevale 1 for 19 in 5 overs

 

 

Devon

240 for 4

 

 

 

153 for 5

 

 

Devon won

by 87 runs

Another disappointing day in the field saw Devon post a huge total in their 40 overs.  Only Ellis Pheasant bowled to potential with her five overs conceding just 18 runs and yielding two wickets.

There was a spirited batting display with Ben Supple and Ryan Ward this time putting on 62 for the opening stand and the team lost only five wickets but the target was beyond them.

Best Performances: Ryan Ward 39, Ben Supple 39, Ellis Pheasant 2 for 18

 

 

Gloucestershire

188 all out

 

 

 

82 all out

 

 

Gloucestershire won by106 runs

Gwent travelled to Gloucestershire and bowled first on a superb pitch and outfield after losing the toss. After a slow start, due to some good Gwent bowling and fielding, Gloucester posted a competitive score of 188 all out in 39.1 overs; J. Jameson-Black batted very well for his 60 runs. The wickets were shared around six bowlers of whom Ben Lander was the pick, taking 4 wickets for 15 runs in 6.1 overs.  They were supported by a good fielding display with Ryan Ward taking two catches and Charlie Smith was in fine form behind the stumps taking a stumping and 2 catches one of which was an excellent one-handed take.

In reply Gwent got off to a solid start getting to 36 for no loss in 10 overs. But 3 wickets fell in 4 balls and Gwent were left with only pride to play for as all the Gloucester bowlers got on top. A further collapse in the lower order had Gwent all out for just 82 in 31.2 overs. Five batters got into double figures but the top scorer was Ryan Ward with 22.

Best Performances: Ben Lander 4-15, Charlie Smith had three dismissals behind the stumps.

 

Dorset

 

     

Match Abandoned

 

Berkshire

 

     

Report awaited from manager