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Wade shines but county side lose again PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Thursday, 20 July 2017 15:34

WILTSHIRE County Cricket Club suffered another defeat in the Western Division of the Unicorns County Championship when they lost to Devon by six wickets.

After winning the toss at South Wilts' Wilton Road ground and choosing to bat, they struggled to 208 all out in 85 overs.

South Wilts youngster Will Wade top scored with a patient 69, while Billy Cookson and Mikey Reynolds scored 33 apiece as T. Codd took 4-27, and Joss Bess 3-30.

But by close of play on the first day Devon looked in some trouble at 85-5.

The second day saw the visitors all out for 127 - 32 coming from Tom Ansell, while Tahir Afridi registered figures of 4-50 while James Arney claimed 3-30.

But Wiltshire again stuttered with the bat were all out for 199 just after tea. Wadworth man of the match Wade scored 33 - the same as Ed Young -while Jake Lintott made 34 and Afridi 32. Zak Bess shone for Devon, taking 4-25.

Devon required 281 to win and by close of play had reached 88-2.

Wiltshire enjoyed a bright start to the third and final day, taking two early wickets to leave Devon 112-4.

However, this proved the hosts' final success as the Bess brothers - Josh, 90 not out, and Zak, 75 not out, put on 173 to wrap up the win.

 
County side lose by 222 runs PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Tuesday, 04 July 2017 16:07

WILTSHIRE County Cricket Club suffered a heavy 222-run defeat in their three-day Unicorns County Championship match, Western Division against Berkshire.

Winning the toss on Sunday at Falkland CC, Newbury, the hosts chose to bat and made 311 all out in 69 overs - Euan Woods scoring 82, Andy Rishton 93 and Chris Peploe 60, while for Wiltshire Tahir Afridi took 4-58 and Joe King 2-44.

In their first innings, four of the top six Wiltshire batsmen reached double figures, but none scored 20 and by close of play they were 120-7.

The following day, Wiltshire managed to avoid the follow-on thanks to Billy Cookson , 33 not out, and Joe King, 11, who put on 34 for the last wicket to take the total to 172. Neil Clark top scored with 46 while Berkshire's Ollie Wilkin took 4-47.

With a lead of 139, Berkshire went for quick runs and were all out for 288 on the stroke of tea in 62 overs - Ollie Wilkin scored 69 and Chris Peploe 66 as Wadworth man of the match Joe King took 6-81 and Ed Young 2-105.

This left Wiltshire four full sessions to score 428 to win.

But by the close of the second day they had reached 146-6.

Berkshire wrapped up the contest on the final day, taking the last quartet of wickets in an hour as Wiltshire were all out for 205.

Neil Clark scored 40, Mikey Reynolds 48 and Tahir Afridi 42 as Tom Nugent took 5 for 48 and Chris Peploe 4 for 88.

Next up for Wiltshire is the visit of Devon to South Wilts CC's ground on July 16-18 (11am start each day).

 

 
County side take on champions at Newbury PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mike Turner   
Sunday, 02 July 2017 06:59

WILTSHIRE County Cricket Club continue their Unicorns County Championship Western Division campaign today (Sunday) with a three-day contest against reigning champions Berkshire.

The match, at Falkland Cricket Club, Newbury, sees Wiltshire name the same side that beat Dorset in their most recent outing. South Wilts youngster Will Wade has been named as 12th man.

Play is scheduled to start at 11am each day.

Berkshire currently head the division on 34 points with Wiltshire and Cheshire joint second on 32.

Wiltshire team: Ed Young (Potterne, captain), Tahir Afridi (Henley), James Arney (Corsham), Steve Bullen (Corsham), Neil Clark (Potterne), Jake Goodwin (Swindon), Patrick Grieshaber (Downend), Joe King (Corsham), Jake Lintott (Clevedon), Ashur Morrison (Corsham), Brannon Varley (Westbury). 12th man: Will Wade (South Wilts).

 
Wiltshire pile on the runs in the sun PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Thursday, 22 June 2017 09:22

WILTSHIRE County Cricket Club finally kicked off their Unicorns County Championship Western Division campaign beating Dorset over three days at Corsham by more than 200 runs.

The county side, whose opening fixture was washed out, won the toss and elected to bat.

They made 442 for six wickets in their 90 overs - the innings dominated by Steve Bullen, who on his home ground, scored a magnificent 201.

He enjoyed partnerships of 57 with Ed Young (24), 118 with Jake Goodwin (47), and finally a record-breaking 210 with Jake Lintott, who contributed 103. This stand was the county's best for the fourth wicket in the championship.

Dorset fought hard to get on terms, but with no player scoring more than 40, were all out in the 80th over for 232. Tahir Afridi took 2-39, Joe King 2-37, Jake Lintott 3-90 and Jake Goodwin 2-22.

Despite having a lead of 210, Wiltshire did not enforce the follow-on in the high temperatures, but instead went for quick runs and eventually declared at 196-9. Wadworth man of the match Steve Bullen scored 75, Patrick Grieshaber 30, and Neil Clark 31 as Jiger Naik took 7-46.

This left Dorset ten overs on the second day and all the third day to amass 407 for victory.

Although Luke Webb scored a useful 69, his side were all out for 188 as Jake Lintott took 6-60 and Ed Young 2-37 to give Wiltshire victory by 218 runs. (Points: Wiltshire 24 Dorset 4).

Wiltshire's next championship match is on July 2-4, away to last year's champions Berkshire at Falkland Cricket Club, Newbury. Play is scheduled to start at 11am each day.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 June 2017 10:03
 
County side have to settle for draw as rain halts contest PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Tuesday, 06 June 2017 14:11

WILTSHIRE County Cricket Club's opening match in the Unicorns County Championship Western Division against Oxfordshire ended in a draw after falling victim to the weather.

Just 76 overs were played at Great & Little Tew in the three-day contest - all of these being on Sunday, the first day.

Oxfordshire won the toss and chose to bat.

The pitch was likely to prove tricky for batsmen and they were bowled out for just 95 in 42 overs - Wadworth man of the match James Arney returned excellent figures of  4-17 from 16 overs, while Jake Goodwin took 3-17 with both aided by some good Wiltshire catching.

Wiltshire also found runs hard to come by and at one point were 52-5. But an aggressive partnership between Jake Lintott, 23 not out, and Ashur Morrison, 16 not out, took the score to 91 for 5 by the close of the first day.

Unfortunately, due to the rain, no play was possible on Monday or Tuesday. (Points: Wiltshire 8 Oxfordshire 6).

Wiltshire's next match in the championship is against Dorset at Corsham (June 18-20)

 
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