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Squad List 2014

Scott Archer (Malpas), Ross Brown (Newbridge), Benito Carnevale (Malpas), Martin Evans (Blackwood), Sam Harrison (Ponthir), Joe Holley (Newbridge), Alex Lewis (Cefn Fforest), Ben Rose (Newport), Callum Stewart (Newport), Ben Supple (Sudbrook), Elliot Thomas (Sudbrook), Ryan Ward (Newport), Matthew Williams (Croesyceiliog), George Williamson (Monmouth)

Match Report Summary 2014

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






162 all out

200 for 6 Gwent won

by 38 runs

Gwent travelled to Kilgetty CC to play Pembrokeshire on a very wet looking Sunday morning, lost the toss and were asked to bat first!  However, the pitch was a very good one considering the rain that it had received.  While several batsmen got starts only Martin Evans (33 in 40 balls) got a score of note.  However, Gwent still managed a competitive total in the conditions. 

Pembrokeshire set about smashing the bowling all over the place from the very start. At drinks they were 105-0, but Gwent  stuck to the task very well and, once openers T.Poole (56) and L.Cullen (57) were removed, they bowled the opposition out, taking ten wickets for a total of 57 runs for a fine victory with thirteen overs still remaining. Matthew Williams led the way with 4 wickets, Ben Supple took 3 and David Clarke 2.

Best Performances:  Matthew Williams 4-32, Ben Supple 3-30, Martin Evans 33


121 all out

125 for 5 Gwent won

by 5 wickets

Gwent won the toss and bowled first on a green pitch. Gwent bowled and fielded very well to bowl Carmarthenshire for 121 with twelve of their overs left .  Ellis Richards held the batting side together with a fine 74.  Callum Stewart bowled a miserly spell taking 2-19 in 8 overs while David Clarke bowled 7 overs for just 7 runs and 1 wicket.

In reply, Ben Supple led the way with 55 as Gwent eased to victory with 18 overs left and 5 wickets in hand.

Best Performance:  Ben Supple 55


114 all out

233 all out Gwent won

by 119 runs

Carmarthenshire won the toss and the decision to have a bowl looked a good one when they had Gwent 60-3 off 15 overs. However, Ryan Ward and Roddy Thomas put on a very good 78-run partnership before Ryan was caught in the deep after fine 84 off just 54 balls. Thomas made 54 in 57 balls and valuable contributions from Scott Archer(24) and Benny Carnevale(20) saw Gwent through to 233 all out.

In reply, David Clarke blew away the top order with 3-27 from 9 overs , and also took a stunning one-handed catch, while Benny Carnevale (2-20) helped finish the game off as Carmarthenshire were bowled out in twenty-five overs.

Best Performances:  Ryan Ward 84, Roddy Thomas 54, David Clarke 3-7

Wellington School

235 for 3

237 for 6 Gwent won

by 4 wickets

Gwent Travelled to Somerset to play Wellington school for the first fixture ever between the two sides. Theywon the toss and bowled first on what was a cracking cricket pitch.  It started well for Gwent as Wellington were 3-1 after 2 overs but E. Doble and B. Meek then put on 120 before Doble was caught for 64. But  Meek held his bat through the Wellington innings and got a good 100 not out to help post huge 235-3 after 40 overs.

Gwent set about the total like a house on fire and were 106-1 after 18 overs with Ben Supple falling for a good 46 off 32 balls. This opening partnership saw sixty-four of the runs coming in boundaries. Ryan Ward scored an impressive 108 off 76 balls.  He was out in the 35th over but Gwent eventually won the game three overs later with four wickets to spare after a very good all-round performance.

Best Performances:   Ryan Ward 108, Ben Supple 55









106 all out

201 for 8 Gwent won

by 95 runs

Gwent hosted Pembrokeshire at Abercarn CC; it was a beautiful day and the ground looked a picture. Pembrokeshire won the toss and decide to bowl first. It was a green wicket but played really well throughout the entire game. Ben Supple and Ryan Ward put on an opening Partnership of 90 when Supple was caught for 40 at mid-wicket. Soon after, Ward was run out for 54 and from then on wickets fell quickly. Gwent reached 146-8 but a 55-run partnership between Benny Carnevale and Sam Harrison took Gwent up to 201-8.

Pembrokeshire were never really in with a chance of winning as all the bowlers took wickets and bowled really well. Scott Archertook 3 and David Clarke and Ben Supple two apiece.  Gwent run out comfortable winners bowling Pembrokeshire out in 25 overs.

Best Performances: Ryan Ward 54, Ben Supple 40, Scott Archer 3-27


This match was cancelled due to the weather and proved impossible to rearrange


259 all out

260 for 7 Gwent won

by 1 run

Gwent travelled to Garnons CC to play Herefordshire in a friendly fixture on a fantastic ground and pitch in the most picturesque of settings. Gwent won the toss and batted with Ben Supple and Elliot Thomas opening the batting and putting on 52 for the first wicket.  However, runs were hard to come by as the opening bowlers bowled a good line and length. Gwent were struggling at one stage, only reaching 140-6 off 30 overs but Scott Archer (47) and M.Evans (56) put on a 105-partnership, at more than a run-a-ball to set up a competitive target.

Herefordshire were 55-2 off 10 overs but A.Hinkley (87) and J.Hunt put on a very quick partnership of 148 off just eighty balls to take them to 209-5 off 30 overs. This was 69 more than Gwent were at the same stage. After the drinks break, Gwent bowled far better, taking 5 wickets for 50 runs in 10 overs with Scott Archer and Callum Stewart getting three apiece. The last wicket was taken with just one run needed by the opposition after a terrific game of cricket in beautiful surroundings.

Best Performances: Martyn Evans 56, Scott Archer 47 & 3-27, Callum Stewart 3-20

Cardiff & Vale    

This match was cancelled due to the weather and proved impossible to rearrange