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Squad List 2011

Tom Bevington (Chepstow), William Davey (Croesyceiliog), James Jacob (Croesyceiliog), Owain Keane (Machen), Tom Keane (Abergavenny), Luc Kear (Croesyceiliog), Max Leader (Chepstow), Huw Morris (Newport), Jamie Norman (Llanarth), Nicky Pepper (Ebbw Vale), Hywel Rose (Llanarth), James Scarborough (Croesyceiliog), Darnell Taylor-Wood (Newport), Benedict Tindall (Chepstow), Joseph Voke (Sudbrook), Robert Williams (Newport)

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

FRIENDLIES

 

 

Wiltshire

136 for 7

 

 

 

202 for 7

 

 

Gwent won

by 66 runs

A solid opening partnership of 55 between Joe Voke and Tom Bevington laid the platform for Gwent’s impressive total.  Despite losing 3 quick wickets in the middle of the innings, William Davey and James Scarborough stabilised the innings with a fine 92-run partnership.

James Jacob and James Scarborough set a high standard of bowling which all the Gwent bowlers followed, restricting the opposition's scoring rate throughout it's innings.  Luc Kear was the pick of the bowlers.

This was a very encouraging performance from Gwent with it being our first game so early in the season against a team that defeated us last year.

Best Performances:  William Davey 51, Tom Bevington 46, James Scarborough 37, Joe Voke 25, Luc Kear 2 for 16.

 

Millfield

201 for 9

 

 

 

178 for 8

 

Millfield won

by 23 runs

After losing the toss, Gwent were asked to bowl in very wet conditions.  James Scarborough, however, relished the task and took a four-wicket haul but some indifferent outfielding, not helped by the state of the ground, led to a significant Millfield total. 

The run-chase started badly with Gwent collapsing to 39 for 5.  However, a valiant innings by Luc Kear, well supported by the lower order, ensured a further 139 runs were scored.  Gwent eventually finished just 22 runs short with Kear making an excellent 86.

Best Performances: Luc Kear 86, James Scarborough 4 for 21

 

Cardiff & Vale

151 all out

 

 

 

163 for 6

 

Gwent won

by 4 wickets

A 69-run partnership between Jamie Norman and Luc Kear paved the way for a respectable total on a difficult surface.  Jamie's fifty was particularly good in the circumstances.wicket.

Cardiff & Vale were never that far behind the run-rate with Carlson and Kamaraj leading the challenge.  However, a fine spell of spin bowling from Luc Kear 4-20, to complete a fine all-round performance, saw Gwent home with twelve runs to spare and five balls left.

Best Performances:  Luc Kear 4-20 and 34, Jamie Norman 56

 

Gloucester

     

Report awaited from manager.

 

Devon

188 for 4

 

 

151 for 8

 

Devon won

by 37 runs

Gwent asked Devon to bat first in overcast conditions on a green Usk wicket and bowled and fielded very well against a strong Devon line-up. Openers S. Lathwell got 66 and J. Reddick 50no, both played good innings. Darnell Taylor-Wood was the pick of the Gwent bowlers with 2-11 from his first spell of four overs. In reply, Gwent lost a wicket first ball and were 17-3 after 6 overs but they battled all the way and finished on 157-8 with Tom Keane carrying his bat for a well constructed 46.

This was a very good performance Gwent with seven first choice regulars missing and three players making their county debuts at this level who performed admirably. 

Best Performances: Darnell Taylor-Wood 2-29, Tom Keane 46no

 

Dorset

137 for 9

 

 

 

100 all out

 

Dorset won

37 runs

On a wet wicket Gwent fielded first but a promising start by the bowlers was spoilt with several catches being dropped.  Thanks mainly to Luc Kear and Huw Morris, Dorset were restricted the visitors to a fairly low total.

However, Gwent's batters struggled to impose themselves with only three of them getting into double figures.  Will Davey and Luc Kear both got good starts but couldn't build on them while James Jacob was left stranded on 21no as Gwent finished short of their target.

Best Performances: Luc Kear 3-20, Huw Morris 2-7