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Squad List 2019

Abhijeet Ashokkumar (Newport),  Filip Chitnis (Chepstow), Henry Evans (Llanarth), Jack Hope-Bell (Newport), Reuben Jeffs (Newport Fugitives), Lawrence Johnson (Llanarth)),  Ethan Jones (Ebbw Vale), James Kellaway (Chepstow),  Tom LLewelyn (Llanarth), Roahn Mohindru (Malpas), Arthur Newington-Bridges (Llanarth), Tom Norton (Abergavenny), Daniel du Plessis (Abergavenny),  Noah Rice (Newport), Robbie Sandford (Newport), Joe White (Ebbw Vale), Thomas Yeomans (Llanarth))

Match Report Summary 2019

Denotes a gold star performance of scoring 50 or more runs or taking four or more wickets or for an exceptional fielding display.

Please Note: For the match scorecard check out: https://gwentyc.play-cricket.com/website/web_pages/247924 and select the 2019 Season for all our results or go to Results/Filters to select the squad's games.




West Glamorgan

141 all out

196 for 8 Gwent

won by 55 runs

Gwent were asked to bat in cold overcast conditions. After losing two early wickets Noah Rice joined opener Henry Evans and they proceeded to rebuild the innings with a fine hundred partnership before Rice was bowled for an attractive 60. Evans continued to anchor the innings until he was dismissed in the 38th over for a patient and dogged 55. The middle and lower orders played unselfishly allowing Gwent to post a competitive total. 

Gwent's opening bowling pair of Ethan Jones and Arthur Newington-Bridges soon made inroads into the West Glamorgan batting and they were three wickets down in no time.  This allowed off-spinner Filip Chitnis to join the attack and build pressure and he went on to finish with the excellent figures of 5 for 16 in his 8 overs.  He was helped by some sharp wicket keeping from Joe White who claimed two stumpings. It was then left to Ethan Jones and Arthur Newington-Bridges who came back on to bowl to finish off the innings. Jones finished with two wickets and Newington-Bridges with three as West Glamorgan were boweld out in the 35th over. A mention also goes to our two new caps Reuben Jeffs and Dan Du Plessis who performed well on debut.

Best Performances: Filip Chitnis 5 for 16, Noah Rice 50, Henry Evans 57, Arthur Newington-Bridges 3 for 23

Dorset     Match cancelled

124 all out

188 for 8 Gwent

won by 64 runs

A Gwent side which included a number of U12 players batted first and scored a creditable total. The main contributors were Dan Du Plessis (44) and Aberjeet Ashokumar (21). During the tea interval there was a heavy rain shower which meant a revised total of 150 off 30 overs was calculated for Herefordshire to win.

Despite the opposition's best efforts, with Oliver Langford making 42, they finished well short of their target.  The bowling of opener Tom Llewelyn, who finished with the impressive figures of 4 for 18 off 6 overs, and the spin of Filip Chitnis who also took four wickets, ensured a comfortable victory for Gwent.

Best Performances: Daniel du Plessis 44, Tom Llewelyn 4 for 18, Filip Chitnis 4 for 27

West Glamorgan

88 all out

89 for 8 Gwent

won by 2 wkts

West Glamorgan were put into bat and were soon in trouble against the opening bowlers Tom Llewelyn and Ethan Jones who, along with Arthur Newington-Bridges and spinner Robbie Sandford, bowled West Glamorgan out in the thirty-third over. Llewelyn and Newington-Bridges took three wickets apiece and Sanford two while keeper Joe White took a remarkable four dismissals.

When Gwent batted an inspired opening spell from Tomos Evans reduced Gwent to 12 runs for 6 wickets with the top six batters mustering just three runs between them. However, Ethan Jones batted with great maturity and with the help of Jack Hope Bell (16) and Robbie Sandford (10no) brought his side to within two runs of victory with a fine 49.  Sandford then hit the winning runs to win a pulsating match.

Best Performances: Joe White 4 dismissals, Ethan Jones 49, Tom Llewelyn 3 for 19, Arthur Newington-Bridges 3 for 7


210 all out

107 all out Gloucestershire

won by 103 runs

Gloucestershire won the toss and batted but were soon in trouble as Gwent produced some inspired fielding which reduced Gloucs to 49-5. However, there then followed a century partnership between Ottie Landale and Gus Carini-Roberts.  Unfortunately, Gwent had not been able to keep up the intensity in the field and a few lapses in concentration combined with some aggressive batting saw Gloucestershire finish on a challenging total. Overall, Gwent executed two run outs and six catches, three of them taken by Daniel du Plessis,  while Noah Rice and Ethan Jones both had three-wicket hauls.

In reply, Gwent reached 50 for 1 thanks to Tom Norton's 27 and Abhijeet Ashokumar with 24 but, thereafter, nobody got into double figures and Gwent finished well short of the target with over ten overs left.

Best Performances: Noah Rice 3 for 33. Ethan Jones 3 for 44, Daniel du Plessis 3 catches & 1 wkt

Cardiff & Vale     Match cancelled.  It proved impossible to rearrange.
Wiltshire     Match cancelled.

191 all out

205 for 8 Gwent

won by 14 runs

Having won the toss Gwent made a respectable total off their 40 overs. The main contributions came from Abhijeet Ashokkumar, with a fine 67, Jack Hope-Bell and Roahn Mohindru.

In reply, Worcestershire were bowled out for 191 despite a fine century from Seth Rogerson who was ninth out.  James Kellaway with three wickets and Arthur Newington Bridges and Tom Llewelyn with two apiece did the damage as Gwent recorded an impressive victory.

Best Performances: Roahn Mohindru 67, Jack Hope-Bell 40, Abhijeet Ashokkumar 37, James Kellaway 3 for 29

Cardiff & Vale

161 for 5

160 for 8 Cardiff & Vale

won by 5 wkts

After a cautious start and an early wicket, Henry Evans and Daniel du Plessis (16) put on 70 for the second wicket. With the score at 112, Evans was out for 53 and, with overs running out, Noah Price plundered 39 off 20 balls including 6 boundaries. In a final chase for runs, however, 4 wickets fell for just 8 runs.

The score didn't seem to be enough but, when Cardiff & Vale slumped to 19 for 3, hopes were high for a Gwent victory.  However, these were gradually dashed as Harry Burrows (54) and Ellis Shepherd (37) put on a hundred partnership and  their team cruised to a fairly comfortable victory.

Best Performances: Henry Evans 53, Noah Rice 39


208 for 6

259 for 8 Gwent

won by 51 runs

After being asked to bat, Gwent got off to a flying start thanks to Noah RIce who hit the ball to all parts of the ground scoring 69 off 45 balls. Other batsmen in the middle order chipped in and kept the score moving and James Kellaway and Ethan Jones, who both retired on 50, ensured a very challenging total.

A rather below par Gwent bowling and fielding display, with no especially notable performances, enabled Pembrokeshire to reach 200 led by opener Ollie Berry with a fine 65.  However, Gwent still ran out comfortable winners.

Best Performances: Noah RIce 69, Ethan Jones 51 not out, James Kellaway 50 not out


140 all out

143 for 3 Gwent

won by 7 wkts

Herefordshire won the toss and elected to bat and got off to a decent start and reaching 52 for 1. Gwent then introduced Filip Chitnis into the attack and hr proceeded to produce an outstanding spell of offspin bowling finishing with figures of 6-19 off 8 overs.

In reply, Gwent lost a couple of early wickets but Roahn Mohindru with 56 not out and Tom Norton with 36 not out made short work of the target reaching it within twenty overs and completing a 7 wicket win for Gwent.

Best Performances: Filip Chitnis 6 for 19, Roahn Mohindru 56 not out, Tom Norton 36 not out


105 for 6

113 for 6 Gwent

won by 8 runs

In a match reduced to twenty overs by the weather, Gwent won the toss and elected to bat.  While they lost wickets at regular intervals they maintained a steady run-rate of around a run a ball. Rohan Mohindru top scored when he was retired on reaching 30.

In reply, Berkshire's innings went the same way and they reached their last 2 overs with 20 to win.  However, the bowlers,   Daniel du Plessis and James Kellaway, held their nerve and conceded just 11 runs to clinch victory.

Best Performances:  Abhijeet Ashokkumar 2 for 18


124 for 2

120 for 9 Gwent

won by 8 wkts

Gwent won the toss and elected to field. Pembrokeshire were losing wickets regularly.  However Will Owen came in at 64 for 4 and steadied the ship before being out on the last ball of the team's forty overs having almost doubled his team's score with a fine individual knock of 43.  For Gwent, James Kellaway took 3 wickets and  Tom Llewelyn and Arthur Newington-Bridges two apiece.

In reply,  Abhijeet Ashokkumar and Henry Evans put on a century partnership before both being retired on reaching fifty.  A couple of wickets then fell but Gwent eased to victory in the 26th over.

Best Performances:  Abhijeet Ashokkumar 50 not out, Henry Evans 52 not out, James Kellaway 3 for 42