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Stoke Newington v Old Fallopians 

Tuesday 1 May 2012, Victoria Park
Stoke Newington won by 7 wickets

Stoke Newington won the toss and chose to field first

Old Fallopians: 100 for 5 in 16 overs
Asquith 25
Linde 28
Gus Walsh 4 overs 14 for 2 Winston Williams 4 overs 0 for 13

Stoke Newington: 102 for 1 in 10 overs
Andre Samuel 50 not out
Ali Sarafat 15
Hamilton 2 overs 23 for 1

Stoke Newintgon put the Fallopians in and with Williams and particularly Walsh, off his short run up, bowling with real aggression and pace.

After 4 overs Falllopians could only muster 12 runs with Walsh picking up the wicket of Ellis with the score on 4. Linde opened up a bit and once the opening bowlers were taken off the runs came more easily. Most through wides and no balls.

Asquith was bowled by a beauty by Waheed Ullah in his firs over with the score on 69. This brought in Barrass. The two kept the scoreboard ticking before the return of Walsh and Willimas.

Linde was bowled by Walsh and as the pressure to score mounted there were two run outs.

Stoke Newington started on a flier! The first over going for 14, the next 9. the third 8 and the 4th 15 meaning that after four overs the score was 48 nearly half way there.

Ali picked singles and rotated the strike for Andre Samuel who was taking the bowling apart. The first wicket went on 77. Williams came in and Samuel eventually retired on 50. Waheed Ullah coming in with only 10 to get. A very comfortable win.

Submitted by simon hore of Stoke Newington

Full scorecard, pictures and report on Old Fallopians website here...


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