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Squad List 2015

James Archer (Malpas), Harry Bachelor (Newport), Dylan Beaumont-Welsh (Abergavenny), Nathan Berry (Newport), Morgan Bevans (Abergavenny), Sam Burgess (Sudbrook), Ben Davies (Monmouth), Thomas Franklin (Chepstow), James Rhydderch-Roberts (Abergavenny), Ryan Scrivens (Chepstow), Hussain Shahid (Newport), Joseph Truckel (Chepstow), Lewis Watkins (Usk), Euan Weaver (Ebbw Vale)

Match Report Summary 2015

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




Monmouth School     Match cancelled due to the weather - it will not be rearranged
Gloucester   Gloucester won Report awaited from manager
Millfield     Match cancelled by the opposition

111 for 7

113 for 4 Gwent won

by 6 wkts

Carmarthenshire won the toss and decided to bat.  The Gwent bowlers took wickets regularly with only two batters getting into double figures including 12 year-old I Phillips with a fine 54.  Dylan Beaumont-Welsh bowled very well to take 3 wickets for just 8 runs in 7 overs and was well supported by Sam Burgess and Muaaz Shahid.  James R-Roberts had a fine game behind the stumps and took two catches.


Gwent's reply had a disastrous start with the top four batsmen in the pavilion after seven overs with just 23 runs on the board.  However, this brought together Luke Lezar and Joseph Truckel and they proceeded to compile an exciting 90-run partnership in 14 overs to seal a seemingly unlikely victory with almost 20 overs to spare.


Best Performances:  Dylan Beaumont-Welsh 3-8, Luke Lezar 40no, Joseph Truckel 36no


86 for 1

85 all out Wiltshire won

by 9 wkts

There was no disguising a poor batting performance which saw Gwent bowled out with one-third of the overs left.  Only Nathan Berry showed the necessary application to score 29 runs. 

When Wiltshire batted, they did so with few alarms.  Thomas Franklin took the only wicket as the opposition cruised to victory in twenty overs.

Cardiff & Vale

180 for 7

262 for 8 Gwent won

by 82 runs

Gwent hosted Cardiff & Vale at Abergavenny CC, won the toss and decided to bat first. This proved a good decision as they posted a massive total which was dominated by a brilliant 147 from James Archer off 130 balls.  Archer was well supported by Nathan Berry (36) and  Morgan Bevans (27) in partnerships of 96 and 68.

In reply, Gwent restricted Cardiff to 180-7, in their forty overs, thanks to some tight bowling from the seamers Lewis Watkins (2-35) and Dylan Beaumont Welsh (1 for 16 in 7 overs).  They were very well backed up by the spin of Ben Davies (1 for 16 in 8 overs) and Tom Franklin (2-31).  Gwent ran out comfortable winners by 80 runs.

Best Performances: James Archer 147, Nathan Berry 36
Hereford     Match cancelled due to the weather
N E Wales     Match cancelled due to inability to raise a team

256 for 7

57 all out Devon won

by 190 runs

Devon batted first and were very positive in reaching 246-7 off their allocated overs with some great running between the wickets and some brutal boundaries off the Gwent attack. Special mention must go to Joe Westwood and Sam Swingwood who, playing a year up, bowled probing spells at some very good players but only had a wicket each to show for their efforts.

In reply, Gwent were always going to find it tough against a very good bowling attack and so it showed with the two Devon opening bowlers blowing the top order away as Gwent slumped to 12-3.  Luke Lezar and Joe Harris then set about rebuilding the innings and put on 25 for the fourth wicket before Lezar was bowled for 16. Harris soon followed for 9 and the rest of the Gwent batters did not put up much fight as they were dismissed for just 56 in 22.3 overs.


235 for 7

126 all out Dorset won

by 109 runs

Gwent won the toss and put the opposition in but despite all their efforts the bowlers were unable to stem the flow of runs.  With the exception of Lewis Watkins and Harry Bachelor the bowlers were unable to go for less than six an over.

Chasing a formidable total, Gwent were soon below the asking rate but some spirited batting from Under 12 Sam Swingwood, who finished not out on 37, gave the Gwent score an element of respectability.

Best Performances: Sam Swingwood 37no

West Glam     Match cancelled due to the weather - twice!

155 all out

260 for 5 Gwent won

by 105 runs

Gwent made an impressive total in their forty overs with Morgan Bevans anchoring the innings with a fine 87.  He was well supported by James Archer, with a quick-fire 57,  Ryan Scrivens and Nathan Berry. 

A spirited reply from Pembrokeshire, led by G.James with 48, kept the home side in the field for 35 overs before they were eventually bowled out.  Ieuan Weaver was the pick of the bowlers, finishing with three wickets.

Best Performances: Morgan Bevans 87, James Archer 57, Ryan Scrivens 31, Ieuan Weaver 3-27