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Sut v Old Sut lead by 180 runs Old 137 all out (35.1 overs) WKT - Younas b Shinwari 7 tcs27.com/?sc=62743 #totalcricketscorer

Sut v Old Sut lead by 180 runs Old 137 for 9 (34.3 overs) WKT - Ramamurthy c Smith b Allen 64 tcs27.com/?sc=62743 #totalcricketscorer

Sut v Old Sut lead by 214 runs Old 103 for 8 (26.1 overs) WKT - De Meza c and b Edmeades 14 tcs27.com/?sc=62743 #totalcricketscorer

Sut v Old Sut lead by 263 runs Old 54 for 7 (12.6 overs) WKT - Raza lbw b Ratnasapabathy 0 tcs27.com/?sc=62743 #totalcricketscorer

Sut v Old Sut lead by 263 runs Old 54 for 6 (12.5 overs) WKT - Mumtaz b Ratnasapabathy 22 tcs27.com/?sc=62743 #totalcricketscorer

Sut v Old Sut lead by 289 runs Old 28 for 5 (7.3 overs) WKT - Etwaroo b Shinwari 0 tcs27.com/?sc=62743 #totalcricketscorer

Sut v Old Sut lead by 292 runs Old 25 for 4 (5.4 overs) WKT - Shah b Shinwari 10 tcs27.com/?sc=62743 #totalcricketscorer

Sut v Old Sut lead by 302 runs Old 15 for 3 (3.2 overs) WKT - Basit lbw b Shinwari 0 tcs27.com/?sc=62743 #totalcricketscorer

Sut v Old Sut lead by 302 runs Old 15 for 2 (3.1 overs) WKT - Raza b Shinwari 12 tcs27.com/?sc=62743 #totalcricketscorer

Woolley 161 sees Chipstead home

CHIPSTEAD, COULSDON AND WALCOUNTIANS VS OLD WHITGIFTIANS
TRAVELBAG SURREY CHAMPIONSHIP DIVISION ONE
SATURDAY 30 JULY 2016
OLD WHITGIFTIANS 269
CHIPSTEAD 269/4
CHIPSTEAD WON BY 6 WICKETS
Chipstead made light work of the OWs highest total of the season, chasing 269 in 49 overs, thanks to a spectacular 161 from all-rounder Rob Woolley.

The OWs were put into bat on a green seaming wicket and the opening bowlers for Chipstead made work difficult for the OWs. Chris Thompson (21) and Will Page (15), who opened the batting for the first time this season, looked assured and saw off both opening bowlers. Everything changed in the space of four balls as the OWs slumped from 48/0 to 48/3: Thompson edged Nathan Heal’s first ball to first slip, Mumtaz Talah skied his first ball and was caught at short cover and Will Page was bowled two balls later by Heal. Shaz Rana and Adam Clarke rebuilt, adding 38 before Adam Clarke was caught at short leg off Sam Chamberlain for 18. Rana was joined by Aamir Raza who was caught at slip off Chamberlain for 20 to leave the OWs 124/5. Rana looked comfortable in his second game for the first XI this summer, stroking several fours through both the covers and mid-wicket. Shaz Rana missed a slower full toss from Michael Bradley and was adjusted lbw for a well made 58 and Harshil Patel fell in identical fashion 8 overs later for 17. Harshil Shah hit 40 at number 7 and kept the impetus going before Dan Kenton, batting 11 hit 30 off 20 deliveries including a towering six off Michael Bradley. Eventually Mo Raza was caught by Ben Dombrandt to wrap up the innings.

The OWs made an early breakthrough when they had Nick Woods caught in the slip cordon for 3, but Rob Woolley already looked dangerous. Harshil Patel was first to be targeted as he hit 23 off Harshil’s first spell of 3 overs and Dan Kenton 18 balls to Woolley in his first spell went for 29 as the both openers looked to exploit the pace and bounce by bowling short of a length. Mo Raza, who dislocated his figure was also put the sword, going for 12 off his solitary over before tea. Nikhil Patel, whose 49 balls to Woolley conceded 43 runs, nearly had Woolley caught the ball before tea as he edged the ball over the slip and keeper for 4. At tea, Chipstead were 63/1 off 9 overs – Woolley had 52 off 31 deliveries. Sam Chamberlain, who was hit in the ribs by Dan Kenton before tea, kept Woolley company and kept turning the strike over to Woolley when he could. With Mo Raza unable to bowl, the OWs rotated Harshil Patel, Dan Kenton and Harshil Shah from one end, while Nikhil Patel kept a check on the runs from the other. Woolley, however, moved swiftly through the 80s and 90s to post 100 off 89 balls and 150 off 115 balls. Some of the more audacious shots he played included a mammoth straight six off Harshil Patel and several shots up and over cover off Harshil Shah’s off-spin. Eventually, Woolley holed out to Nikhil Patel at deep square leg off Dan Kenton for 176 off 123 balls including 23 fours and 3 sixes. Chamberlain by this stage was 42 not out as Woolley dominated their 2nd wicket partnership of 202. The OWs were then rejuvenated, as Dan Kenton bowled Alex Dombrandt for 1 and had Chamberlain caught for 51 by Aamir Raza at mid off. Ben Dombrandt, however saw Chipstead home, hitting 29 off 35 deliveries as he hit the winning run off Harshil Patel. Kenton’s second spell was 7-2-7-3 as he ended up pick of the bowling, taking 4-46.

The OWs face a tough task next week as they play Banstead, at Banstead in the first of five 50-over games. Play starts at 12 noon.

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