Colts match results

The U11s played Royston who made 244 (Net). Gethin Hill took 2 wickets for 4 runs and there was 1 wicket each for Thomas Green, Stanley Johnson, George Arnott, Joseph Rhodes and Daniel Vincent. Reed scored 235 (Net) in reply, Thomas Green hit 13 and Daniel Vincent 11. A week later in the return match, Royston’s net score was 296, Oscar Lamb taking 2 wickets for Reed. Our U11s' innings ended on with 253 (Net), Daniel Vincent top-scoring with 27 and Matthew Barons made 12. Mildenhall ran up 140 against our Under 13s, Charlie Walters taking 2 for 15. Reed responded with 112 for 5. Sam Osborne had to retire on 31 and Charlie Walters also retired with 30.

By |2019-07-27T10:12:51+01:00July 27th, 2019|Categories: 2019, 2019 Match Reports, Match Reports|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Under 13 round-up

Some recent matches involving the Reed Under 13 team did not go in our favour. The Under 13s made 94 for 4 in response to Cambridge St Giles’s 126 for 3 in the CYCA Cup. Oliver Keenan and Sam Osborne took 1 wicket each, (with one being a catch by Charlie Walters) and the other dismissal was a run out by James Mitchell. Back in the League against St Giles, Reed under-performed this time managing only 61 all out whilst St Giles had reached 123 for 5, William Green 2 for 1, Charlie Butler 2 for 9 and Alfie Cockburn 1 for 13, being the wicket takers. The Under 13s scored 58 for 8 against Coton, Charlie Butler (16) and Olu Agboola (19) were the top scorers. However, Coton’s innings ended on 115 for 6, William Archer taking 2 for 15 and Olu, Matthew Liebenberg, William Green and Alfie Cockburn all 1 each. In the two fixtures against Saffron Walden, Reed were in distant second place both times. On the Green, Saffron Walden scored 107 for 8, wickets falling to William Green (2 for 14), and one each for Charlie Walters, Archie McIntosh, Alfie Cockburn, Jacob Vincent and Matthew Liebenberg. But Reed were bowled out for only 38 in reply. A week later in the away match, Saffron Walden piled up 158 for 5, wickets for Charlie Walters, Charlie Butler and Alfie Cockburn plus a Butler run out. Reed’s response was led by Alfie Cockburn with 22, but closed on 62 for 8. On Monday, St Giles had a 10-wicket victory when Reed were bowled out for 80 despite a fighting 38 from Archie McIntosh. The only other batsmen to reach double figures were William [...]

By |2019-07-11T09:06:56+01:00July 9th, 2019|Categories: 2019, 2019 Match Reports, Match Reports|Tags: , |0 Comments