Victoria Park Community Cricket League

Home
Submit scores
News
Contact us
About us
Results+Fixtures
League tables
Cup games
Constitution
Rules
Teams
Bengal Tigers
Best Nationals
Caledonian Conquerors
Dynamite Ducks
East 8
East London Community
Hackney Downs
Homerton
Island Community
Junoon
London Fields
Mad Marrocas
Martians
New Boys
Old Fallopians
Old Ranwellians
Pacific
The Pumas
Regents
Rose & Crown
Sky
Stoke Newington
Thomson Reuters
Tower Cavaliers
Victoria Lounge Victoria Park Juniors
Wrong'uns
Team websites
Bengal Tigers
East London Community
London Fields
Old Fallopians
Pacific
Sky
Victoria Lounge
Victoria Park Juniors

 

Back to 2011 fixtures | League tables

Stoke Newington v Bengal Tigers 

Monday 8 August 2011, Victoria Park
Stoke Newington won by 8 runs

Stoke Newington lost the toss and were put into bat

Stoke Newington: 127 for 3 in 16 overs
Scott 40
Ali 51 retired
Mc Donald 3 for 23

Bengal Tigers: 119 for 6 in 16 overs
Joge 49


Stoke Newington lost the toss and were put into bat Scott and Ali starting well, picking up singles and moving the score along nicely.

Neither really looked in any trouble until Mc Donald came on from the cricket nets end. Almost immediatly he caused trouble, having a caught behind turned down in his first over before getting Scott caught in his second for 40.

In came Andre who started in his usual blistering way with a huge 6 followed by a 2, but was caught off a top edge third ball. In came Sarafat who was caught off his second ball and suddenly Stokey were looking fragile.

At this point Ali started hitting out and was well supported by Arif who was joined by Furcan after Ali's retirement. The Tigers were probably pleased with a target of 128 after the big opening stand. Joge and Mc Donald started steadily getting to the early forties after 5 overs, when Mc Donald went, bowled by Scott for 13.

Cook came in and hit a quickfire 13 (3 fours) before he was bowled by Ali. However by now the run rate was climbing and some desperate running mean that Joge (49) and Davie (0) were run out. Needing 29 off the last 3 overs it was looking interesting.

The police helicopters circled, the dark drew in and in the next over seventeen year old Furquan gave away only a single. In the next York hit a couple of fours and scurried a few singles to leave 14 from the last over.

Simon bowled a dot, followed by bowling Shald's off stump. Next was a single, then another, and another before York hit a 4 from the last ball. It didn't matter as Stoke Newington knew they'd won the match and the league.

Submitted by simon hore of Stoke Newington

 

 

Back to top | back to home