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Hefty defeat almost certainly halts Wiltshire's KO Trophy interest PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Sport4Salisbury Reporter   
Tuesday, 16 May 2017 13:10

WILTSHIRE County Cricket Club's hopes of reaching the next stage of the Unicorns Knock Out Trophy were all but extinguished when they suffered an eight-wicket defeat away at Hertfordshire on Sunday.

Only an unlikely set of results in the final round of matches will now see them qualify for the knockout stage.

Wiltshire won the toss at Hertford CC and chose to take first use of an excellent batting track.

The innings was dominated by a superb century from former South Wilts skipper Tom Morton. The Wadworth man of the match scored 122 on a ground where he played as a schoolboy.

However, no other player reached 50 - the other main contributions in their 292-8 coming from Jake Lintott, 46, and Michael Coles, 31.

In reply, the Hertfordshire openers attacked some wayward Wiltshire bowling and after ten overs had quickly amassed 80 without loss.

Steve Gale, 143, and Jamie Southgate put on a stunning 217 for the first wicket before Southgate, 89, was out.

Although Gale also departed, the hosts coasted to 293-2 and victory with four overs remaining.

Wiltshire next match is their Western Division of the Unicorns County Championship opener against Oxfordshire at Great & Little Tew on June 4-6. Play is scheduled to start at 11m each day.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 May 2017 13:31
 
Wilts beat Beds, now for a must win match with Herts PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 09 May 2017 11:06

WILTSHIRE County Cricket Club kept their hopes of reaching the next stage of the Unicorns Knock Out Trophy alive when they beat Bedfordshire by 122 runs on Sunday.

Bedfordshire won the toss at Warminster and asked the hosts to bat.

Wiltshire - thanks largely to Tom Morton, 37, Mikey Reynolds, 67, and Michael Coles, 57, made 259 before being all out in the 50th over. Bedfordshire's J Carpenter took 3-65 and G Thurstance 3-59.

In reply, the visitors were halted in the 29th over for 137 - Wiltshire's seam bowlers proving too much for the opposing team's batsmen. Man of the match Andy Carroll led the way with 4-21 of ten overs, assisted by 18-year-old Archie Easton, who bagged 3-44 on his debut, and James Arney, 2-28.

Wiltshire now face Hertfordshire this Sunday (May 14) in a must-win contest if they are to make the quarter-finals. Hertford Cricket Club's ground is the setting for the match, which is scheduled to start at 11am.

 
Wiltshire lose by 105 runs PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 02 May 2017 08:46

WILTSHIRE County Cricket Club lost their latest Unicorns Knock Out Trophy group match on Sunday, going down by 105 runs to Suffolk at Ipswich School.

Suffolk won the toss and made 267-8. Opening bat Martin Cull scored 93 and held the innings together.  For Wiltshire there were two wickets each for James Arney and Andy Carroll.

Wiltshire's reply started badly and at one point were 18-4.

Wadworth man of the match Neil Clark, 51, and Ashur Morrison, 44, gave the score some respectability putting on 65 for the seventh wicket. But Wiltshire were all out in the 33rd over for 162.

Next Sunday (May 7) sees Wiltshire host Bedfordshire at Warminster in their third group match. Play is scheduled to start at 11am.

 
Wiltshire cricketers open with a win PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 24 April 2017 13:19

WILTSHIRE County Cricket Club won their opening group match in the Unicorns Knock out Trophy when they beat Buckinghamshire on Sunday by one wicket with just three balls to spare.

Winning the toss at Warminster, Buckinghamshire scored 264-9 in their 50 overs.

Masoor Khan made 50, Sherwin Gumbs 55 and George Russell 66 not out while for Wiltshire James Arney took 2-38, Jake Lintott 2-5 and Wes Durston 2-36.

Wes Durston, 73, and Tom Morton, 43, then got Wiltshire off to a flying start in reply putting on 115 for the first wicket in 17 overs.

But a major collapse then saw them lose six wickets for just 13 runs.

Ashur Morrison, 35, and  Jake Lintott, 57 not out, took the score from 138 to 199 when Morrison was out.

Wadworth man of the match Lintott then marshalled the tail and when last man Joe King joined him 20 were still needed.

The last over saw Wiltshire still needing 15, but King scored a four and a single leaving Lintott on strike.

The next ball was an over waist no ball which was hit for four and Lintott hit the free hit for another for which took them to 265-9 and victory.

Wiltshire play their second group match in the Unicorns Knock Out Trophy on Sunday, April 30, when take on Suffolk at Ipswich School.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 April 2017 05:44
 
County side suffer two defeats ahead of Trophy opener PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 18 April 2017 12:40

WILTSHIRE County Cricket Club completed their warm up matches over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend with two defeats.

On Sunday they played Berkshire at North Maidenhead CC for the Marlborough Cup.

A 132-run defeat meant Berkshire regained the traditional pre-season trophy after a period of four years.

Berkshire won the toss and amassed 304-8 in their 50 overs. J. Davies scored 80 and James Morris 82 while for Wiltshire there were two wickets each for James Arney, Joe King, Ashur Morrison and Archie Easton.

In reply, Wiltshire were never in the hunt to achieve the very daunting target and were all out for 172 off 42 overs - Wes Durston scoring 32, Jake Lintott 41 and Billy Cookson 28 not out.

On Monday they took on Dorset at North Perrott where they lost a close match by two wickets.

Put in to bat, Wiltshire were all out for 195 off 48 overs.

Ashur Morrison scored 44, Neil Clark 54 and Jon Sore 26 while Mark Wolstenholme took 3-54 for the hosts.

Dorset were struggling in reply at 37-5 until a partnership of 102 between Luke Webb, 58, and Sam Thomson, 49, regained the initiative. However, they got home with 11 balls remaining, scoring 196-8.

Brannon Varley took 4-26, but Wiltshire contributed to the Dorset total with 55 extras including 36 in wides.

This Sunday (April 23), Wiltshire open their group matches in the Unicorns Knock Out Trophy with a match against Buckinghamshire at Warminster, starting at 11am.

Wiltshire squad v Buckinghamshire: Ed Young (Potterne, captain), James Arney (Cosham), Andy Carroll (Westbury), Neil Clark (Potterne), Michael Coles (Westbury), Wes Durston (Oakham), Archie Easton (Devizes), Joe King (Corsham), Jake Lintott (Clevedon), Ashur Morrison (Corsham), Tom Morton (Ealing, wicket keeper), Mikey Reynolds (Trowbridge).

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 April 2017 15:34
 
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