Loughton v Chingford Cricket Club Sat 5th on Sat 22 May 2010 at 1:00
Chingford Cricket Club Won by 5 wickets

Match report Still uncertain on the 5th’s batting, Bill Burke wins the toss and has no hesitation to put Loughton in to bat. His decision was vindicated first ball as Chris Watson gets one to swing and bounce, takes the edge but flies between keeper & slip. However, the movement continues for both opening bowlers and success comes quickly and Loughton are 4 down for 45. The find of the year so far, Kash Rabanni, bowls no stop for 15 overs and was unlucky to only get 3 wickets. He would have had more had a couple of difficult slip catches been taken. Greg Pope on debut for the 5th’s produced a controlled spell of spin, end up with 4 wickets. The bowlers had done their bit, no it was time for the batsmen to stand up and be counted.
A sound opening partnership between Steve Brewer and Blakey gave the 5th’s hope of their first win of the season. However Loughton would not be going down without a fight and the introduction of their young spinner, Alex Nicholls, caused a spectacular collapse, from 41-0 to 75-5. The wise head of Amjad and the power of Kash Rabbani saw the 5th’s home, with Kash making the 5th’s first 50 of the season.
A well deserved win, for a strong all round performance but still room for improvement.

Loughton Batting
Player name RunsMB4s6sSR
for 10 wickets
137 (0.0 overs)

Chingford Cricket Club Sat 5th Bowling

Player NameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
Christopher Watson7.0135217.505.00
Kash Rabbani15.0051317.003.40
Andy Baker6.0017117.002.83
Greg Pope14.413147.752.11

Chingford Cricket Club Sat 5th Batting
Player Name RMB4s6sSRCatchesStumpingsRun outs
for 5 wickets
Steve Brewer Caught  12
Michael Blake Caught  34
Andy Baker Caught  1 1
Jack Rhodes Caught  7
Steve Tall Caught  2
Amjad Mahmood Not Out  10
Kash Rabbani Not Out  52 2
Bill Burke   1 1
Harry Houldsworth  
Christopher Watson  
Greg Pope  

Loughton Bowling

Player nameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
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