Yr 10 Cricket v TCC (H) June 23rd 2010


slide show here

Full match report to follow
and video footage

Canbury put TCC into bat
Early wickets were taken by Canbury; Josh (TCC) caught and bowled by James E, Jonathan caught Pouya bowler Josh T.
However, Luke batted with determination and scored 14 before being eventually caught by Turkay (wkt) off Angus’s bowling.
Napor was bowled middle stump.
Tyler put up some resisitance – scoring 16 runs.
James (TCC) scored 6 before Angus caught and bowled him.
Jason was caught by James E off Tom U’s bowling
James W(TCC) scored 7, Israel scored 4
Canbury needed 64 runs to win.

Given just 4 overs to make runs in James started well, scoring 16 runs off the first 3 overs, although Angus having back up very well and taken just the one single was clean bowled by James (TCC)
In his 4th over James was trying too hard to hit massive runs – and ended up hitting nothin!
Josh T scored 9 runs and was also retired.
Tom U scored 3 before being caught and bowled by Luke.
Turkay was run out as Pouya looked for a quick run – unfortunately Turkay had just fended off a ball and was recovering from this when asked to head up to the other end.
Pouya made 3 runs
Will P was caught
Will J came out but didn’t face a ball
In the end Canbury were out of innings having made just 61 runs

Last week it is arguable that Moon Hall were the better side – but thanks to James Evans we won
This week Canbury should have won – but with James getting retired so early the rest of the team didnt quite make it…

Hope you enjoy the video footage…

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