MILDENHALL CRICKET CLUB 1st XI - Sat v Frinton(Sponsored by Cambridge Beers) on Sat 11 Sep 2010 at 12.30 p.m.
MILDENHALL CRICKET CLUB Won Mildenhall won by 32 runs

Match report Mildenhall batted first with Chris Baugh and makeshift opener Steve Grinling facing the Frinton opening attack. Grinling (4) survived a catching chance in the second over only to be adjudged lbw in the third. Ben Shepperson joined Baugh and after a brief flurry of run from the pair they were becalmed by some excellent line and length bowling from Sansalone. He was well backed up at the other end by Lawes with slow deliveries on a slowish pitch. The Mildenhall pair added 46 then Shepperson lost patience and danced down the wicket to Lawes and was stumped by Hambrook for 27 leaving Mildenhall on 59 for 2. Captain of the day Jimmy Watson went in at four and he and Baugh batted beautifully. Both waited for the bad ball and then dispatched it to the boundary. Baugh reached his 50 in the 25 over. They posted the 100 for Mildenhall in the 27th over and it was Watsons turn to get to 50 in the 32 over. The pair had compiled an excellent century partnership by the 37. Watson (61) then went for an uppish drive and was bowled by Lawes. This was the signal for Mildenhall to turn the Midsummer sunshine into Midsummer madness; having been 163 for 2 they lost their last eight wickets for forty runs with some quite irresponsible shot selection from players who should have known better. Mildenhall were all out for 204. Stubbs had finished with 4 for 23 and Lawes effort rewarded him with 3 for 67 off 16. Baugh had finished top scorer for the home side with 75.

For the Frinton innings the Mildenhall players performed much better picking up nine catches as they bowled the away side out for 172. Lennox Lwana finished the season with another economical spell of 15 overs taking 2 for 42. Mills showcased his 90-mile an hour speed and picked up 2 for 26 in 6 overs. Shepperson, Martin Taylor and Steve Lankester all got wickets as they reduced Frintons run chasing ability. Lankester finished with the best figures of 3 for 37.

Player Name RunsMB4s6sSRCtStRo
for 10 wickets

(0.0 overs)
Chris Baugh b A.Stubbs 75 1
Steven Grinling lbw J.Shillingford 4
Ben Shepperson st J.Hambrook bwd T.Lawes 27 1
James Watson b T.Lawes 61 1
Stephen Lankester ct Ru Everson bwd T.Lawes 5
James Holmes ct Ro Everson bwd T.Lawes 4 2
Martin Taylor b N.Patel 9
Jonathan Absolon b A.Stubbs 5
Lennox Lwana st J.Hambrook bwd N.Patel 7 2
Tymal Mills b A.Stubbs 0 1
Edward Finnis Not Out  3 1

Frinton(Sponsored by Cambridge Beers) Bowling

Player nameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy

Frinton(Sponsored by Cambridge Beers) Batting
Player name RMB4s6sSR
for 10 wickets
172 (0.0 overs)
J.Shillingford ct J.Holmes bwd T.Mills 24
Rob Everson ct & Bowled L.Lwana 10
J.Hambrook ct C.Baugh bwd T.Mills 0
J.Hall b M.Taylor 12
T.Sinclair ct J.Holmes bwd S.Lankester 33
J.Sansalone ct & Bowled B.Shepperson 4
Russ Everson. ct J.Watson bwd L.Lwana 29
A.Stubbs ct E.Finnis bwd S.Lankester 10
P.Patel ct L.Lwana bwd S.Lankester 12
N.Patel ct T.Mills bwd M.Taylor 11
J.Lawes Not Out  5


Player NameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
Lennox Lwana15.0242221.002.80
Tymal Mills6.0126213.004.33
Ben Shepperson8.0121121.002.63
Martin Taylor11.0236218.003.27
Stephen Lankester11.0237312.333.36

  • Umpire :
  • Scorer :
    Mick Emmett