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Squad List 2013

Matthew Brook, William Davey (Croesyceiliog), Sion Edwards (Newport), James Jacob (Croesyceiliog), Daniel Jones (Ponthir), Tom Keane (Abergavenny), Luc Kear (Croesyceiliog), Mataius Kefalas (Croesyceiliog), Nicky Pepper (Ebbw Vale), Hywel Rose (Croesyceiliog), James Scarborough (Croesyceiliog), James Simkins (Newport Fugitives), Darnell Taylor-Wood (Newport),Joseph Voke (Sudbrook)

Match Report Summary 2013

Denotes a gold star performance of scoring 100 or more runs or taking five or more wickets.

OPPONENTS NAME & SCORE

GWENT SCORE

RESULT 

COMMENTS

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS FINAL

Pembrokeshire

167 for 7

141 all out Pembrokeshire

 won by 26 runs

Gwent took on Pembrokeshire in the U15 final at Pontypridd CC. It was a very dull and wet day throughout and the game was reduced to 40-over per side in recognition of the poor conditions. Gwent won the toss and chose to field but started off bowling poorly and Pembrokeshire raced to 59 without losing a wicket off just 10 overs. However, after going for six an over in the first ten, they did tighten things up and the rate dropped to 3.6 for the last thirty.  Matthew Brook took three wickets while James Simkins bowled a particularly mean spell taking 2 for 5 in his six overs

The target of 168 to win should have been within Gwent's capabilities but their wickets fell at regular intervals. There was still hope with Will Davey at the crease but, when he departed to a dogged 44, it seemed to evaporate. The main difference between the two teams was that Gwent couldn't raise their game for the Final whereas Pembrokeshire could and deserved their win.

 Best Performances:  Will Davey 44, Matthew Brook 3 - 40, James Simkins 2 - 5

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS SEMI FINAL
North East Wales

191 all out

211 all out Gwent won

by 20 runs

North East Wales won the toss and bowled first on a green pitch that played really well. Gwent scored 211 all out.  Most of the batters contributed runs with Luc Kear (30) and Joe Voke (29) top-scoring.

Gwent then bowled North East Wales out for 191 in a thrilling game played in a great spirit.  Matthew Brook was the pick of the Gwent bowlers with 4 for 36 ably supported by Luc Kear's 2 for 27.  Gwent secured their place in the Final by bowling out the opposition with them needing 21 runs off 11 balls.

Best Performances:  Matthew Brook 4 - 36, Luc Kear 30

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS GROUP MATCHES
Pembrokeshire

169 all out

172 for 8 Gwent won

by 2 wickets

Pembrokeshire won the toss and batted first with D.Bevan top scoring with 83 in their 169 all out.  Darnell Taylor-Wood and Luc Kear were the pick of the Gwent bowlers taking two wickets apiece but a good overall bowling and fielding performance ensured the opposition was bowled out with ten overs left.

In reply, Will Davey compiled a fine 75, as Gwent chased down the target with 8 overs left.  However, there were some anxious moments as they only had two wickets in hand at the end.

Best Performance: Will Davey 75

Carmarthen   Gwent

awarded

match

Match conceded by Carmarthen
West Glamorgan

203 all out

221 for 8 Gwent won

by 18 runs

Gwent won the toss against West Glamorgan, and batted on a good pitch.  However, an early wicket and a slow start left them 10 for 1 after six overs.  Luc Kear and Joe Voke helped the recovery but Gwent were still struggling at 54 for 4 after sixteen overs.  Mat Kefalas then put on a great stand of 103 with Luc Kear but both went out in the same over leaving Gwent 157 for 6.  Mat scored 43 and Luc had made a fine 77.  Darnell Taylor-Wood and James Simkins kept things going well and put on 54 together bringing Gwent up to 221 for 8.

West Glamorgan also lost an early wicket but S. Thomas (43) and M. Jones (83) put on a superb 147-run partnership.  However, the Gwent bowlers and fielders stuck to their task well by taking nine wickets for around fifty runs as the oppositions were bowled out eighteen runs short of their target with eleven balls left.  James Scarborough and Darnell Taylor-Wood shared seven wicket between them.

Best Performances:  Luc Kear 77, Darnell Taylor-Wood 4-24, Mat Kefalas 43, James Scarborough 3-32

Mid Glamorgan   Match

Cancelled

 

Three times!

 

NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS TABLE SOUTH DIVISION

  Gwent Carmarthen Pembroke West Glam Mid Glam   Played Won Lost Cancelled Pts
Gwent XXXXX 12 21 22 6 4 3 0 1 61
Pembroke 8 21 XXXXX 7 12 4 2 2 0 48
West Glam 4 7 22 XXXXX 9 4 1 3 0 42
Mid Glam 6 12 0 22 XXXXX 4 2 0 1 34
Carmarthen 0 XXXXX 5 20 0 4 1 1 2 25
FRIENDLIES
Cardiff & Vale

174 all out

144 all out Cardiff & Vale

 won by 30 runs

Gwent took on Cardiff and Vale in a friendly match at Ebbw Vale CC.  On an overcast day Gwent won the toss and put Cardiff into bat on what was a very good wicket. Gwent made light work of the Cardiff top order, with James Jacob and Hywel Rose bowling really well. After 10 overs Cardiff were 23 for 3. But in came B.Yates (42) and he started to take the attack to the Gwent bowlers. Gwent bowled Cardiff out for 174 in the end. Which looked about 30-40 short of a good total considering how good the wicket was. James Jacob was the pick of the bowlers with 4 for 28 in his nine overs with Hywel Rose picking up two wickets.

Gwent's reply was going great guns as they were 50 for1 off 10 overs.  However, a mini collapse saw them slump to 70 for 5. Gwent were eventually bowled  out for 144, Yates (5-32) showing he's not just a big hitter with the bat. Joe Voke (35) was the only batter to get amongst the runs.

Best Performances: James Jacob 4 - 28, Joe Voke 35

Herefordshire

68 for 10

69 for 1 Gwent won

by 9 wickets

Gwent travelled to Ross-on-Wye on a rare stunning day but the wicket was green and had a little moisture from the morning dew so they won the toss and bowled.  It turned out a very one-sided affair with Gwent bowling out Herefordshire for 68.  The main destroyer James Jacobs, with 5-6 off 10 overs, showed excellent control and skill. Meanwhile, Will Davey behind the stumps had a great day taking 5 catches.

Gwent made light of the total with Joe Voke and Will Davey putting on 60 before Joe (30) was bowled by a ball that kept low. Will carried his bat for a fine 36 not out as Gwent ran out comfortable winners. Overall, this was a first class display by the whole team.

Best Performances: James Jacob 5 - 6, Will Davey 5 catches & 36no, Joe Voke 30

Dorset

124 for 2

122 all out Dorset won

by 8 wickets

Dorset won the toss and bowled first. Gwent made a slow but steady start being 28-0 off 10 overs.  However, seven wickets fell in no time which  leaving them 64-7 off 22 overs. Gwent were finally bowled out for a well below-par 122 with Tom Mallinson being the main wicket taker with 4-20.

Dorset never really looked in trouble and reached their target with 24 overs to spare with W.Caldwell getting a very good 63 not out. Only Dan Jones bowled well for Gwent taking taking both wickets to fall for 28 in his eight overs.