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Squad List 2017

Hugo Caldicott (Llanarth), Jack Davies (Panteg), Will Heath (Llanarth), Alex Holmes (Abergavenny), Harry Hughes (Newport), Anton Lodder (Blackwood), Ross Mohring (Newport), Ben Morris (Abergavenny), Daniel Moseley (Llanarth), Thomas Pipe (Abergavenny), Sam Protheroe (Newport),  Oskar Rice (Newport), Darshan Selvakumaran (Newport), Eoin Shackleton (Abergavenny), Joshua Truckel (Chepstow), Oscar Watkins (Usk)

Match Report Summary 2017

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

OPPONENTS NAME & SCORE

GWENT SCORE

RESULT 

COMMENTS
West Glamorgan     Match postponed due to the weather
Devon

258 for 7

155 for 9 Devon won

by 103 runs

Gwent won the toss and decided to bowl first on an overcast day at Abergavenny CC.  Devon started off well scoring 65-2 off the first 14 overs. Debutant Ciaran Gray and Archie Farkins then put together a superb 100 partnership taking the score to 166-2 off 33 overs. Gwent took late wickets towards the end of the innings but Devon finished on an impressive 258-7 off their 45 overs. Ross Mohring took three wickets while Will Heath took 2-9 in just three overs.

Gwent set off on their run chase positively by scoring 48-0 off 11 overs. However, the introduction of Jasper Presswell proved too strong for the Gwent team as he ripped through the top order leaving them 90-5 off 27 overs. Sam Protheroe and Will Heath got into the twenties and Tom Pipe showed great resilience to bat through the rest of the innings for 26 not out.  However, none of the batters came up with the big score needed for Gwent to challenge the Devon total.

Best Performance: Ross Mohring 3 for 42

Dorset

132 for 8

130 all out Dorset won

by 2 wkts

Dorset won the toss and decided to bowl first on an overcast day with rain forecast. Gwent made another good start scoring 43-1 off 8 overs,  after which both teams came off as heavy rain started to fall. (The game resumed an hour later where both sides agreed to play a 30-over match.)  Gwent lost momentum after the rain break and lost wickets at regular intervals. Anton Lodder and Eoin Shackleton provided a fight back with both scoring twenties to give Gwent a reasonable total off their thirty overs.

Dorset set off on their chase by scoring 29-1 off 4 overs with Toby Berry scoring very quickly punishing any bad ball. However, the introduction of Ben Morris and Sam Protheroe helped Gwent dismiss the top order leaving them in trouble at 53-5. Toby Pattermore, batting at number eight, then batted well to steady the innings. Gwent took late wickets but Pattermore steered his team over the line winning by 2 wickets. Protheroe was the pick of the bowlers with three wickets.

Best Performance: Sam Protheroe 3 for 28

Cardiff & Vale

146 for 8

147 for 6 Gwent won

by 4 wkts

Gwent won the toss and elected to bowl on a very windy day at Vale Cricket Club. Cardiff and Vale got off to a very good start scoring 74-1 off their 20 overs with Ben Morris and Sam Protheroe bowling tightly and restricting them to less than four an over. After drinks, Gwent took a few quick wickets with Verdash Guru getting run out for 40. Tom Pipe was the pick of the bowlers with three wickets while Protheroe and Daniel Moseley took one each pegged them back restricting Cardiff to an achievable total.

Gwent started off their innings very well with Protheroe and Will Heath scoring a fifty opening partnership. Heath and Hugo  Caldicott (27) batted strongly through the middle overs rotating the strike well and hitting the bad ball to the boundary. After Heath was out for 40 runs Gwent started to lose wickets quickly. With the score on 109-4, Harry Hughes provided the fight back that Gwent needed hitting the ball hard through the offside. Gwent’s middle order got bowled out by Benji Mulchaly who showed great aggression with the ball. However, Josh Truckel joined Hughes (35no) to secure the win with 4.4 overs left of the innings:

Best Performances: Will Heath 40, Harry Hughes 35no, Tom Pipe 3 for 29

West Glamorgan

222 for 5

161 for 6 Gwent won

by 61 runs

Gwent won the toss on a very hot day and decided to bat. They started well scoring 86 for 2 off the first 20 overs with Ben Kellaway forming a productive partnership with Sam Protheroe.  Both players looked to score quickly, rotating the strike well.  Protheroe was caught off the bowling of Thomas leaving Gwent 110-4 off 28 overs. Kellaway then started to push on hitting the ball strongly through midwicket and mid on. He hit the ball with great power, not allowing the West Glam bowlers to get on top and reached his century in the thirty-fifth over.  Tom Pipe (17no) provided good support at the end to Kellaway who finished undefeated on 115 after a superb innings.

West Glamorgan started their chase well scoring 43 off 10 overs. The introduction of spin, however, proved costly for them as Dan Moseley and Eoin Shackleton started to restrict the scoring and take wickets. Osian Webber showed great character and batted with a plan against the spinners. Gwent then brought on Tom Pipe who took a wicket to leave  West Glamorgan on 104-3 off 30 overs. With the run rate creeping up they struggled to score the more than ten-an-over required to win the game. To cap a fine all-round performance, Ben Kellaway came on to take two wickets at the end.  Despite Webber carrying his bat or a very well played 85no, West Glamorgan finished fell well short in the end.

Best Performance: Ben Kellaway 115no

Wiltshire

246 for 7

149 all out Wiltshire

won by 97 runs

Wiltshire won the toss and decided to bat first on an overcast day.  They got off to a solid start scoring 80 for 2 off their first 20 overs. Both Issac Ashman and Sam Giddings played very well hitting the ball straight and hard. After drinks Sam Protheroe lead the fightback for Gwent bowling tight at the one end restricting the batsmen to less than four an over. Ashman was then caught at cover for a well-played 69 leaving Wiltshire 137 for 3 off 30 overs. However, Wiltshire then piled on the runs, scoring at ten an over.  Ben Morris came back at the end to bowl well and take three wickets but Giddings steered his team to a challenging total with a fine 97no

Gwent set off for their target positively, scoring at five an over off the first ten when they lost their first wicket. Oscar Watkins and Hugo Caldicott then battled hard and started to form a partnership to get Gwent back into the game and, at the halfway stage, Gwent were 113 for 2 and in a very good position to push on. However the introduction of seamer Chris Monelit proved too strong for the Gwent lower order. With figures for 5 for 9 off 5 overs, he tore through the Gwent batsmen who struggled to get forward.  Caldicott top-scored with 48 and Watkins made 31.

Best Performances: Hugo Caldicott 48, Ben Morris 3 for 32, Oscar Watkins 31.

Cardiff & Vale

171 all out

173 for 7 Cardiff & Vale

won by 3 wkts

Gwent welcomed Cardiff & Valeto Abergavenny CC and unfortunately came off second best in a very closely fought game. After losing the toss and being asked to bat first, Gwent were all out for 171 with Tom Pipe top scoring a fine 61 with Eoin Shackleton and Hugo Caldicott both contributing 29 apiece. For Cardiff & Vale Sam Young and R. Chawathe shared six wickets.  However, Gwent would rue the fact they had left six overs unused.

In reply, Cardiff & Vale were cruising at 96 for 1.  However, they lost three wickets in an over claimed by Ben Kellaway, including Guru for 45,  to slump to 96 for 4. The game was then evenly poised but  Cardiff & Vale formed some good partnerships with Sam Young smashing a quick-fire 30 to get them within touching distance before being bowled with thirteen to win. They then lost another wicket soon after but eventually passed the Gwent total 7 wickets down with three overs to spare.

Best Performances: Tom Pipe 61, Ben Kellaway 3 for 11
Eryri

234 for 5

105 for 6 Gwent won

by 129 runs

Gwent won the toss and elected to bat first compiling an impressive total from their forty overs. Opener, Anton Lodder scored a fantastic maiden century, which contained 14 fours and 1 six and came off just 60 balls, after which he retired. Oscar Watkins hit a run a ball 32 in a partnership of 120 with Lodder while Alex Holmes scored an unbeaten 50 off 60 balls in an unbroken partnership of 80 with Ben Morris who contributed 19 not out. For Eryri S. Bright bowled well to claim 2-9.

In reply, Eryri struggled against some very tight Gwent bowling and fielding reaching 101-6 in their 40 overs. For Gwent, Lodder capped a fine overall performance with two wickets and there were two run outs from Top Pipe including a great throw from the boundary.

Best Performances: Anton Lodder 100ret, Alex Holmes 50no, Oscar Watkins 32

Herefordshire

213 for 8

247 for 6 Gwent won

by 34 runs

Herefordshire won the toss and decided to bowl first on an overcast day. They made a great start taking early wickets and leaving Gwent 28 for 3 at the end of ten overs.  Hugo Caldicott and Sam Protheroe then started the fight back and at drinks Gwent were 112 for 4 off twenty overs with Caldicott departing for 39.    Protheroe and new batsmen Ross Mohring then found the boundary with ease pushing the score onto 202 after 33 overs. Despite losing Mohring for 41 Protheroe carried his bat through to the end of the innings only to finish agonisingly three runs short of a century after a fantastic innings.

Herefordshire started well scoring 92-2 off their first 20 overs. However, the Gwent spinners then took control of the game restricting the batsmen to less than four an over.  Protheroe completed a 'man-of-the match' performance taking a 4 for 37 while Tom Skeerett  batted very well for Herefordshire scoring a great 91. The Gwent seam attack then bowled well at the the death to ensure a Gwent victory.

 Best Performances:  Sam Protheroe 97no & 4 for 37

Berkshire

133 for 6

210 for 4 Gwent won by   19 runs       (D/L method) Gwent won the toss and decided to bat first on an overcast day at Reading Bluecoats school. On a very dry surface they started superbly scoring 104 without loss off the first 20 overs.  Both Will Heath (34) and Harry Hughes played very well scoring at five an over. After drinks, Berkshire fought back well taking a few key wickets. Hughes was bowled for a superb 71 leaving Sam Protheroe (35) and Oscar Watkins at the crease. Both batsmen played aggressively scoring 49 off the last 4 overs helping Gwent to a competitive total off their 40 overs.

The innings of Berkshire was interrupted due to rain. They scored 65 for 2 off their first 10 overs with Oskar Rice bowling both openers. Then the heavens opened and a long delay forced both teams to played a reduced game. Berkshire were set 88 to win off 15 overs under the Duckworth Lewis Method. On the resumption, Gwent turned to their spin bowlers who bowled with great control and took wickets at regular intervals to reduce Berkshire to ensure victory. Tom Pipe also took two wickets.

Best Performances: Harry Hughes 71, Sam Protheroe 35, Will Heath 34

West Glamorgan

177 for 5

178 for 8 Gwent won

by 1 run

Gwent won the toss and decided to bat first on an overcast day at Port Talbot Cricket Club. They started well scoring 80 for 2 off their first 15 overs with Hugo Caldicott and Will Heath compiling a good 50-run partnership to steady the innings. West Glamorgan picked up wickets through the middle overs and the run-rate slowed leaving Gwent 130 for 4 off 30 overs. Ben Kellaway then struck 30 off 24 balls to help Gwent to a competitive total from their 40 overs.

West Glamorgan made a superb start with both Kian Davies (66) and James Thomas (48) taking the score to 104 for 0 off the first 25 overs. They continued to be positive and pushed the score onto 144 for 2 off 33 overs. With 35 required off the last 7 overs Gwent’s high quality bowling and fielding put the pressure back on the home team and two of their batters were run out by Dan Moseley.  Kellaway bowled an especially tight spell conceding just 17 runs in his 8 overs and only conceded i run in the penultimate one.  Needing two to win off the last ball it was Kellaway who was on hand to take a fine catch to secure victory by the finest of margins.

Best Performances: Will Heath 37, Hugo Caldicott 33, Ben Kellaway 30

Worcester     Match cancelled due to the weather
Eryri     Match cancelled

 

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