MILDENHALL CRICKET CLUB 3rd XI - Sat v Coggeshall 2nd X1 on Sat 17 Jun 2017 at 1.00p.m.
MILDENHALL CRICKET CLUB Lost Mildenhall 3rd X1 lost by 6 wickets

Match report Unfortunately that is where the good news ends for Saturday. Mildehall 3XI too on Coggeshall 2XI at Wamil Way. Mildenhall batted first and were soon in desperate trouble. Openers Clark (1) and Francis (0) were soon back in the pavilion courtesy of some fine bowling from L. McCabe. Tom Heywood was able to show some real glimpses of class as he made it his mission to rebuild the innings. Heywood found some support batting in partnership with James Taylor. Tom took on the dominate role as he hit some sumptuous 4's and a towering 6 in his innings of (67). Taylor got himself in a pickle (see the scorecard for what I did there) when he was bowled by a very slow full toss for (37). Renouf played some attractive shots in his (16) but it was Andy Zajac, that towering beast of the deep sea who provided some late order power hitting in his 30. Mildenhall finished all out for 173 from 44.4 overs but would have been disappointed as they should have scored well in excess of 200.
Coggeshall 2XI never really looked in danger of missing out on the target set. Cameron was magnificent in the game. Not content with bowling 8 overs and taking 4 wickets for 12 runs Cameron was the mainstay of the Coggeshall innings. Cameron opened the batting and finished on 85 not out. A true man of the match performance. Golding (26) provided Cameron with some support. For the home side it was Martin KingdoN that provided the heroics with the ball. KindgoN showed his true battling qualities. Despite suffering from a brutal and potentially career threatening finger injury KingdoN bowled 11.2 overs for 31 runs for 3 wickets. KingdoN was unable to bowl his normal medium pace and had to resort to slow medium off-cutters. A true triumph of overcoming the odds for the veteran bowler. Renouff also bowling slow took 1 wicket from his 7 overs. Coggeshall reached their target from 42.3 overs. Special mention goes to Cam Francis who bowled well (6.4 overs for 21 runs) without much luck.

Player Name RunsMB4s6sSRCtStRo
for 10 wickets
Neil Clark b L McAbe 1 1
Andy Francis ct A Godling b L McAbe 0
Tom Heywood ct Chaplin b R Cameron 67
James Taylor b M Pickles 37
Kiefer Renouf b T Pickles 16 1
Andrew Zajac ct Edwards b T Pickles 30
Cameron Francis b R Cameron 0
Mark Thurston Run out  0
Martin Kingdon ct D Green b R Cameron 2
Harry Butcher b R Cameron 1
Jeremy Bayes Not Out  1 1

Coggeshall 2nd X1 Bowling

Player nameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
R Miller7.002300.003.29
L McAbe4.011226.003.00
T Pickles9.1150225.005.45
L Edwards11.004000.003.64
M Pickles5.0028128.005.60
L Cameron8.011243.001.50

Coggeshall 2nd X1 Batting
Player name RMB4s6sSR
for 4 wickets
174 (42.3 overs)
R Cameron Not Out  85
D Green ct K Renouf b M Kingdon 4
L Edwards ct J Bayes b K Renouf 14
E Pink b M Kingdon 14
A Godling ct N Clark b M Kingdon 26
A Robinson Not Out  6
T Pickles  
M Pickles  
D Chaplin  
R Millar  
L McAbe  


Player NameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
Martin Kingdon11.2331310.332.74
Andrew Zajac10.024200.004.20
Cameron Francis6.402100.003.15
Tom Heywood7.012500.003.57
Kiefer Renouf7.3040140.005.33