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Windsor -VS- Naser Cricket club – 15/06/2008

By June 16, 2008January 13th, 2012No Comments
Windsor 194 All out. R.Noble 71
Nasir 195-6 28 Overs. Reeshan 106*
Kellard 4-33
Nasir won by 4 wickets.
With the league game cancelled, Windsor were just glad to have a game on a day like today. Malik won the toss and elected to bat on what looked a belter of a track.
Nasir bowlers started off in great fashion, Zishan dismissing Birch and Huggins very cheaply for 2 and 0 respectively. Malik was in next and with Noble steadied the ship and looked to be going well, especially Noble who was punishing anything loose. Malik was the next to depart, with the score on 43. This bought young Mark Lines to the crease who looked to have picked up where he left off the day before, playing some lovely shots all around the ground. Meanwhile Noble closed in a well made 50. The pair put on 95 before Lines was bowled by Zishan. Sam Jordan was in next and was bowled trying to leave one outside off stump. The Windsor innings fell off the rails a bit here with wickets falling on a regular basis. Noble was caught out for 71 in the deep next trying to push the score along. Care made it two in two balls trying the same. Kellard and Ahmad finished off the Windsor innings with some unorthodox hitting, but nothing Windsor wouldn’t take as this stage of the innings.
With a target of 194, Nasir batsmen set off on the chase in great style. Reeshan especially punishing Ahmad and Jordan for anything loose, and some not so loose. Kellard was introduced fairly early into the innings to stop the flow of runs. He struck early, catching Annez off his own bowling. The next three batsmen offered little resistance against Kellard who dismissed them for not many, one of them an absolute screamer held onto by Harris at long on. However, Reeshan was going strongly and got to 50 in no time. Little Ben Harris was given the ball next and with Kellard bowled superb, and was awarded a deserved wicket. Lines was introduced and bowled well for his wicket. Harris had completed his 8 overs, but Reeshan had taken the game away from Windsor single handedly, ending on 106 not out.

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