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Squad List 2018

Abhijeet Ashokkumar (Newport),  (Newport), Filip Chitnis (Chepstow), Roham Donga (Newport), Henry Evans (Llanarth), Lawrence Johnson (Llanarth)),  Ethan Jones (Ebbw Vale), Owen Jones (Ebbw Vale), James Kellaway (Chepstow),  Tom LLewelyn (Llanarth), Roahn Mohindru (Malpas), Tom Norton (Abergavenny), Noah Rice (Newport), Robbie Sandford (Newport), Joe White (Ebbw Vale), Yousaf Yasir (Ebbw Vale), Thomas Yeomans (Llanarth))

Match Report Summary 2018

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




North East Wales

159 for 9

184 for 6 Gwent

won by

25 runs

Gwent won the toss and elected to bat first on a hot day at Hawarden Park CC. The good wicket and fast outfield made for a good game of cricket as Gwent totalled a competitive score from their allocation of forty overs. Opener Abhijeet Ashokkummar top scored with 42 with useful contributions coming from the middle order in the form of Tom Norton 34, Noah Rice 31 and Joe White 24. For North West Wales, off spinner Will Norman bowled very well to finish with 2-10.

In reply North East Wales started slowly but a 3rd wicket partnership of 66 between Challinor and Norman brought them back into the game before Norman fell for 42. Challinor was then dismissed for a well made 31 as leg spinner Roham Donga took a fine 4-24 and the Gwent spinners tightened their grip on them match. Fellow leg spinner Yousaf Yasir claimed three wickets while off spinner Filip Chitnis bowled well for his two. For North East Wales I. Jones made 25 but they finished up 159-9 at the close enabling Gwent to win reasonably comfortably.

Best Performances: Roham Donga 4-24, Abhijeet Ashokkumar 42, Yousaf Yasir 3-48, Tom Norton 34, Noah Rice 31

57 for 4

138 all out Match


as a Draw

Gwent won the toss and elected to bat at Chepstow CC and got off to a good start with Roham Donga (32) and Noah Rice (24) posting a half-century opening partnership.  However,  the rest of the batters failed to perform and, from 87 for 1, nine wickets fell for the addition of just 57 runs.

In reply, Gwent knew that they had to bowl well.  However, Herefordshire got off to a good start with their two openers putting on 37 for the first wicket. The introduction of spin was a key factor in the game as James Kellaway and Bruno Chitnis bowled well on their home ground to restrict the scoring as the rain set in. Kellaway was particularly impressive with taking 3 for 10 in 5 overs. Herefordshire had stumbled to 57 for4 at drinks with the match finely poised. Unfortunately, the rain then set in and the teams could not restart so the match was abandoned.

Best Performances: Roham Donga 34, James Kellaway 3-10

Scorecard: https://gwentyc.play-cricket.com/website/results/3658659

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