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Plympton Cricket Club

Match Reports 2019

Match Reports & Teams For Saturday 8th June

 

Another good win for the 3rd's but disappointment for both the 1st's and the 2nd's.

 

Starting with the thirds who hosted Stoke Gabriel at Yealmpton, we won the toss and put the visitors in to bat. After a couple of early wickets Stoke settled into their innings and a 3rd wicket partnership of 84 took them to 121. After this wickets fell regularly and they ended on 178-9 off their 40 overs. Milly took 3 - 24, Sean a miserly 2 - 13, Alex 2 - 53 and there was a wicket each for Evie and Isaac.

 

In reply, Paul was dismissed before there was a run on the board. However our innings was built around a great 74 from Jack. Amanda, Alex, Jake, Isaac & Milly all got into double figures as the total required was knocked off in the 31st over.

 

At Harewood the firsts hosted Tavistock and after losing the toss were asked to bat.. Sadly wickets fell all too regularly and despite middle order resistance from Jack and Will - who both made 38, there was little else to shout about. Ben made 33 and Elliot 18 but they were the only four batmen to make double figures.  We were all out in the 46th over for 160.

 

In reply, Tavy raced to the total needed with opener Aucamp making an unbeaten 94 off 57 balls to help see the visitors over the line in the 23rd over. Tavy made it with the loss of only two wickets.

 

The seconds travelled to Newton abbot to play South Devon 1st XI but were beaten by 4 wickets. Here is Cap't Simon's report: -

Having lost another toss and being invited to bat the 2's were soon 6-1. Christian Bunney & David Ackford put on 40, 46-2 in the 13th Over. Skipper Beare soon came and went, 58-3, which soon became 78-4, when Ackford was dismissed for 19. The returning Craig Miles joined Steve Raven together they had our best partnership of our innings adding 43 before Raven was removed stumped for 30. 121-5 off 31. 16 runs later Miles was bowled by Allen (3-29) for 31. Po & Suresh put on 37 before both were removed in successive balls 174-8 off 41.1. We fell away to 184 all out off 43 overs.

 We watched happily as rain fell whilst we ate tea, but opening bowlers Beare & Matthew Draper could not get the wicket. Ben Phillips came on and 1st ball claimed the wicket of Tupman 43-1. Adam Sellick took over from Draper and had Wright Caught behind 80-2 off 16. Allen came & went stumped by Po off the bowling of Phillips. Suresh replaced Phillips and after going for 8 off his 1st two balls, bowled Salinder for 12 with his 6th ball. Next over Sellick had Price caught at slip South Devon were 100-5 in 20 Overs. Despite Sellick (3-35) bowling brilliantly, South Devon's 6,7 & 8 put on 87 for only 1 more wicket, their no 8 top scoring with the bat 37no, but 51 extras in a total of 187 let us down 46 of which were wides.

1st Team v Tavistock CC

 

Home to Tavy with a 12.30pm start.

 

Alex Carr (Capt)

Justin Wubbeling (wk)

Dave Wrench

Harry Kandampully

Jack Horton

Jacob Caunter

Will Scott-Munden

Craig Donohue

Ben Privett

Elliot Hamilton

Joel Larkman

 

2nd Team v South Devon CC 1st's

 

Away to South Devon with a 1.30pm start. Players to meet at top car park at 11.45am

 

Simon Beare (Capt)

Ollie Goulder (wk)

Matty Draper

Chris Po Dawe

Steve Raven

David Ackford

Josiah Caunter

Craig Miles (welcome back Craig!)

Suriah Suresh

Ben Phillips

Chris Bunney

 

Umpire - Jon Goulder

Scorer - TBC

 

3rd Team v Stoke Gabriel CC 2nd's

 

Home at Yealmpton to Stoke Gabriel with a 1.30pm start. Players to meet at top car park at 12.15pm or the ground at 12.30pm

 

Sean Mortimer (Capt)

Paul Hamilton

Milly Squire

Isaac Rowsell

Jack Sellick

Alex McGough

Kevin Beare

Becca Halliday

Amanda Higginbotham

Jake Agnew

Adam Sellick

 

Umpire - TBC

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Match Reports & Teams For Saturday 1st June

 

There was a thumping win for the 1st but defeats for the two's and three's.

 

We start with the first's great win at Abbotskerswell where thanks to another super batting performance from Justin with 125 runs we amassed an almighty 356 runs.

 

Winning the toss, skipper Alex opted to bat. Ben and Wrenchy both were out before we'd reached 50 but this paired Elliot and Justin in the middle. A stand of 156 put us firmly in control with Elliot reaching 56 before being bowled. Harry hammered 43 and together with the lower order Justin pushed the score onto 356-9 when our 50 overs ran out.

 

With the ball, things started well with wickets falling at regular intervals. At 99-7 it looked like an early finish was on the cards but Abbots put together a couple of half decent partnerships to end on 220 all out - 136 runs adrift of their target.

 

Will recorded excellent bowling figures of 5-46, Jacob was miserly with 1-21 off his 10, Donners 1-16 off 5.5 and there was a wicket each for both Jonty & Elliot.

 

Onwards and upwards!!!

 

At Harewood the 2nd's hosted Lewdown firsts. Here is Capt Simon's report: -

Finally the skipper won a toss (not a good omen). Plympton batted 1st and soon took up our usual position of being 3 wickets down before the 50 is up! This week's bonus ball winner is 33, 33-3! Steve (run machine) Raven joined Johnny Rob Walker and played well together to get to drinks at 93-3 off 15. As is often the case, 1st over after drinks a wicket Johnny gone for 34 - 2 balls later 94-5 with Joel Larkman LBW.  

Wickets fell at regular intervals while Run Machine went past 50 for the 3rd time in 3 weeks, we finished on 166 all out, only 4 Batsmen getting double figures, 4 Batsmen collecting ducks!

Tea - Blooming Lovely!

Lewdown started like there was a final to watch! Joel Larkman taking 3 early wickets reduced Lewdown to 52-3. Two missed chances cost Ball (63) dropped on 18 and Pengelly 9 (62no) on 10. As various bowlers were tried, Plympton finally took a 4th wicket when Becca Halliday had Ball caught by Raven 160-4. Sadly too little too late and Lewdown won by 6 Wickets.

Bad day at the office. We Go Again Next Week - South Devon Away.

The thirds had a very close game with their Paignton counterparts before losing by 2 wickets. Stand in skipper Paul won the toss and elected to bat. Early wickets fell but the innings was based around a great 71 not out from Wilko and 42 from Ben. We had reached 209-8 from 40 overs.

 

In reply, having removed both openers cheaply the next two stands of 65 and 76 effectively killed the game. A late flurry of wickets couldn't prevent the hosts winning the game.

 

1st Team v Abbotskerswell CC

 

Away to Abbotskerswell with a 12.30pm start. Players to meet at Tesco car park at 10.30am

 

Alex Carr (Capt)

Justin Wubbeling (wk)

Dave Wrench

Harry Kandampully

Jack Horton

Jacob Caunter

Will Scott-Munden

Craig Donohue

Ben Privett

Jonty Walliker

Elliot Hamilton

 

2nd Team v Lewdown CC 1st's

 

Home to Lewdown with a 12.30pm start. Players to meet at Harewood at 11.30am

 

Simon Beare (Capt)

Ollie Goulder (wk)

Matty Draper

Rob Walker

Steve Raven

David Ackford

Josiah Caunter

Amanda Higginbotham

Becca Halliday

Kevin Beare

Joel Larkman

 

Umpire - Jon Goulder

Teas - TBC

 

3rd Team v Paignton CC 3rd's

 

Away to Paignton with a 12.30pm start. Players to meet at top car park at 10.45am

 

Paul Hamilton (Capt)

Surya Suresh

Isaac Rowsell

Jack Sellick

Ben Phillips

Keith Willcock

Ian Duckworth

Evie Privett

Alex McGough

Loyd Atwill

Josh Willcock

 

Umpire - TBC

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Match Reports & Teams For Saturday 25th May

1st Team v Hatherleigh CC

The 1sts push Hatherleigh all the way but there are great wins for the twos and threes.

We start with the thirds who got their first win of the season at the forth time of asking. Here is Capt Sean's report: -

We lost the toss and were put in to bat. We opened with Paul Hamilton and Jake Agnew. Jake was bowled at the end of the second (2-2), Jon Williams then entered the fray and lasted until the 9th over when he was bowled for 3 (14-2). Next in was Jack Sellick who miss hit one and was out for 1 (26-3), meanwhile Paul was remaining calm at the other end. Kevin Beare (2) hung around to take the total to 43 before he was also out. Ben Phillips was next to go for 6 (70-6). Adam Sellick then stayed with Paul scoring 7 and allowing Paul to move on with the scoring, Selly went at 102. Evie Pitman(8) and Paul then put on 21 until Evie was caught (123-8) Sean then joined Paul who promptly chipped one to mid off and was finally out for 79 (134-9). In came Olly McDonnell who after missing 2 defensive strokes decided it would be better to play like a proper number 11 and smash it, he hit a quickfire 38 including 3 sixes, his fun stopped when Sean was out for 11 during the last over of the innings. We finished 190 ao. It was great to see Paul stay there and hold things together allowing Olly to give it a go at the end.

After tea Selly and Olly opened the bowling and the difference in pace between the 2 teams became obvious with the ball jumping off a length causing problems for all the batsmen. We did have to wait until the 7th over for the first wicket fortunately Selly(8-3-29) took 2 in the over and the next over Olly(8-3-24) got into the action with another wicket. Selly bowled straight through his 8 overs picking up another wicket in his last over. At that point Ashburton were 62 for 4. They then had there best partnership of the innings and took their score on to 146. During this period it was difficult to stop the boundaries. Joel Larkman bowled a good spell of 5 overs for 16 runs but could not get a wicket. Evie Pitman(2-0-14) came into the action but pulled up lame after 2 overs, Jake Agnew had a go but only managed 1 over before he came off with a bad back. We then switched the bowling about a bit with Paul (3-0-14), Jack Sellick (2-0-19) and Ben Phillips (2-0-8). We got the breakthrough in the end with Sean(7-2-14) getting an LBW decision and then bowling the main aggressor, after this the runs dried up for Ashburton with Olly coming back to finish his overs taking 2 more wickets and Joel (7-1-17) bowling the last couple of overs taking a wicket, unfortunately we could not get the last wicket, but won by 26 runs.

A very positive game with everyone playing their part in the win.

A big thank you to Jo and Dan Pitman for laying on a fantastic tea for us.

Also thanks to Adie Manuell for Umpiring.

The seconds are on a roll getting their second win of the season at home to Hatherleigh 2's. Here is Capt Simon's report: -

Having lost another toss, we bowled 1st. Jonty (Mullet) Walliker opened the bowling with Matthew Draper - Drapes taking the 1st wicket with the score on 27. The Mullet got the 2nd wicket 37-2.

A double change after 13overs brought Josiah Caunter and Steve Raven, Josiah taking the 3rd wicket before drinks. JC & SR bowled straight through their 9 over each with figures JC 9-3-24-2 SR 9-2-17-2. Hatherleigh 86-6 off 31.

The next 4 overs disappeared for 38. Jake Campbell-Beattie & Simon Beare lost a little control and Hatherleigh pushed on. The Mullet returned to remove their Skipper for 63. Jason Degg came on and took a wicket with his 1st ball - 127-8. Mullet removed their No10 - 137-9.  The Hatherleigh last paired then added 51 in the final 6.3 overs. 188-9.

Tea Very Nice!

Oliver Goulder and Jason Degg opened the batting putting on 25 before Ollie was caught for 1. Next ball Rob Walker was bowled - 25-2. Two runs later Dave Wrench was out - 27-3. Beare joined Degg in the middle and added 35 before Beare was bowled at 62-4. This soon became 65-5 off 16 with Degg gone for 32. Enter The Raven & The Mullet, adding 105 in 18 overs before The Raven was caught on the boundary for 55. Two balls later another wicket and Sam Agnew was gone - 170-7. Enter JCB - scoring 1no and helping The Mullet finish the game. Jonty Walliker ending with 66 Not Out finishing the game with two 6's. 

2's Win by 3Wkts

At high flying Hatherleigh, the firsts won the toss and elected to bat. Slow and steady partnerships based around Ben's half century and Elliot's 26 took us up to 135 before Buns was out with the score on 135-4. Justin powered an impressive 92 off only 78 ball (inc four 6's!) but wickets fell around him and we ended our 50 overs on 228-8.

In reply Hatherleigh scored at a better rate, knowing the target they had to chase, and were seemingly coasting at 169-3 when there was a slight collapse to 181-7 giving us hope of a win. The eight wicket fell on 212 with 17 still needed, The 9th came with the scores tied at 228 but with time on their side the hosts notched the single they needed for victory.

Ben took 3 wickets and there was one apiece for Craig (10-4-17-1) Alex, Jacob & Will. There were also a couple of run outs.

1st Team v Hatherleigh CC

 

Away to Hatherleigh with a 12.30pm start. Players to meet at Tesco car park at 10.15am

 

Alex Carr (Capt)

Justin Wubbeling (wk)

Dave Ackford

Christian Bunney

Jack Horton

Jacob Caunter

Jamie Lee

Craig Donohue

Ben Privett

Will Scott-Munden

Elliot Hamilton

 

2nd Team v Hatherleigh CC 2nd's

 

Home to Hatherleigh with a 1.30pm start. Players to meet at Harewood at 12.00pm

 

Simon Beare (Capt)

Sam Agnew (wk)

Ollie Goulder

Jason Degg

Matty Draper

Rob Walker

Steve Raven

Jake Campbell-Beattie

Jonty Walliker

Josiah Caunter

Dave DI Wrench

 

Umpire - Jon Goulder

Teas - Claire Beare

 

3rd Team v Ashburton CC 2nd's

 

Home at Yealmpton to Ashburton with a 1.30pm start. Players to meet TBC

 

Sean Mortimer (Capt)

Jon Williams (wk)

Paul Hamilton

Jake Agnew

Jack Sellick

Ben Phillips

Adam Sellick

Evie Pitman

Kevin Beare

Joel Larkman

Oliver McDonnell

 

Umpire - TBC

Teas - Dan & Jo Pitman

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Match Reports & Teams For Saturday 18th May

 

Defeat for the 1st's & 3rd's but a massive win for the 2nd's.

 

We start at Kenn where the seconds looked to get their season going. We have Simon Beare's report here: -

 

Having lost the toss we were invited to bat, openers Jason Degg and Kevin Beare (combined age 106) opened, their partnership was broken at 99 less than their combined age (7 for those with not enough fingers) Jason was joined by the returning Rob Walker (Johnny) together they added 54 when Jason was bowled. Enter Skipper Simon Beare, together Johnny and Simon added 85 in 14 Overs when Rob Johnny Walker was caught at Short Extra (the fielder knew nothing about it!) for 70, in came Man of the match Steve Raven, another 24 were added before Simon was out LBW for 46. Becca Halliday joined Steve adding 103 as the Raven cut loose with the score at 266 Becca was caught at Mid-wicket in walked Jake Campbell-Beattie hitting his 1st ball for 6, The Raven was finally removed for 107 in the 45th Over JCB and Matthew Draper another 12 in the remaining 4 balls, Drapes hit the last ball of the innings for 6! Plympton 296 for 6.


Tea, Very Good Actually!


Opening the Bowling were Oliver McDonnell (2-7) 5th Ball wicket caught Casually by Becca at Extra Cover, 4-1 Anything you can do, I can do better Drapes (3-6) takes a wicket with his 4th ball Muir LBW 4-2, Oliver takes his 2nd wicket 10-3, Drapes then takes 2 wickets in 2 balls in the 10th over the score 11-5! After 12 overs a double change of bowling enter JCB and Milly Squire after 5.2 overs without a wicket Milly removed Snell for 3, 2 balls bowling Underhill round his legs. Finally in his 4th over JCB joined the wickets when Amanda Higginbotham Stumped (yes Chris Dawe Po) Passmore 25-82 runs later Milly (3-2) removed Stone LBW, and the win was wrapped up by JCB (2-12) when Hutchins was Caught Behind for 2. 
Kenn 31 All Out .


A winning Margin of 265 Runs!

 

At Bridestowe the 3rd's were unlucky not to pick up their first win of the season. Here is Cap't Sean's report: -

We won the toss and invited Bridestowe to bat.

Bowling was opened by Sean and Selly (probably the heaviest opening attack in the league). The opening batsman decided he was going to have a go at everything and after chipping the ball into various gaps was finally caught by Jack Sellick with a superb diving catch. This started a steady flow of wickets with Selly taking 2-17 off 5 Overs, Sean 3-20 off 8 Overs, Evie Pitman 4-28 off 6 overs and Jake Agnew mopping up the tail with 1-7 off 4 overs. The bowling was unfortunately let down by the bowling of 28 wides between us, which had a big effect on the game. Bridestowe finished on 81.

We began the chase with Jon Williams and Jake Agnew, Jon was off the mark after only 3 balls but unfortunately only went on to make 7. Some accurate bowling by Bridestowe brought a steady flow of wickets and at tea we were 25-5. Tea didn't seem to improve our batting with the wickets continuing to fall with us finally all out for 61, only Ben Phillips managed to make double figures.

Back at HQ, the 1st's hosted Budleigh Salterton. The visitors won the toss and put us in. Dave and Buns fell cheaply and despite starts for both Ben (14) and Jack (17) we were soon reduced to 48-4. This brought Harry & Will to the crease and they steadied the ship taking us up to 86 at drinks. Having reached a 50 partnership the innings began to unravel. Will fell for 25, Alex came and went without scoring, Jacob was run out and the last hope Harry was bowled for a top score of 35. We ended on 113 all out in the 36th over.

 

In reply both of the Budleigh openers were removed with the score on 41 but a stand of 64 for the 3rd wicket ended our resistance. Budleigh running out winners by 6 wickets. There was a wicket each for Jacob, Jamie, Ben and Donners.

1st Team v Budleigh Salterton CC

Home to Budleigh with a 12.30pm start. Players to meet at Harewood at 11.15am

 

Alex Carr (Capt)

Ollie Goulder (wk)

Dave Ackford

Christian Bunney

Jack Horton

Jacob Caunter

Jamie Lee

Craig Donohue

Ben Privett

Will Scott-Munden

Harry Kandampully

 

Scorer - TBC

Teas - TBC

 

2nd Team v Kenn CC 1st's

 

Away to Kenn with a 1.30pm start. Players to meet at car park at 11.40am

 

Simon Beare (Capt)

Jason Degg

Becca Halliday

Milly Squire

Matty Draper

Matthew Knight

Amanda Higginbotham

Kevin Beare

Rob Walker

Steve Raven

Jake Campbell-Beattie

 

Umpire - Dave Loynes

 

3rd Team v Bridestowe CC 2nd's

 

Away to Bridestowe with a 1.30pm start. Players to meet at top car park at 11.30am

 

Sean Mortimer (Capt)

Jon Williams (wk)

Jake Agnew

Ian Duckworth

Jack Sellick

Isaac Rowsell

Alex Hampton

Ben Phillips

Adam Sellick

Evie Privett

Evie Pitman

 

Umpire - Adie Manuell

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