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Chessington CC - Chessington Blue Caps
Ashtead CC - Ashtead Bucks
Fri 5 Jul 18:00 - ECB U19 Club T20 - Surrey Vitality U19 T20 - T2 Group 1 Start time 18:00

First game in 2019 for the Bucks ends with a resounding win over Chessington

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9 wicket victory over local rivals in first game of the new U19 T20 tournament

Ashtead Bucks travelled to Chessington on this Friday evening, but even with Police cordons due to a building fire near their ground couldn't stop a resounding 9 wicket win for the Bucks to start their U19 T20 tournament.

Having lost the toss, we starting only 15 mins late, and with only 10 men with one still on the road we took the field. The first wicket fell with the first ball of the second over as skipper Marcus Caprano-Wint (2-8) took his first wicket with a skyer taken by Paddy Crossan at mid-on. The second wicket came in his next over as he bowled the Chessington skipper for 11. The bowling changed regularly, being tidy and economical without any luck, but it was only once Crossan (2-13) came into the attack that the next wicket fell as he picked up two in two balls, the first a stumping by Luc Hutter, and the second a high catch by Riley Jarrold.

The final wicket fell in the penultimate over when Harri Aravinthan picked up his first and only wicket as he bowled the Chessington number 5. The final over from the skipper went for just one run and Chessington finished on 97-5 in their 20 overs on a tricky wicket. Very commendable to have bowled the full 20 overs in just an hour and 7 minutes.

In reply, openers Harri A and Luc H seemed on a mission to finish the game early as the latter scored 17 in just 8 balls as he fell to a high catch in the covers with the score on 20 and Harri retired with a huge six on 51 in just 17 balls including six 4's and four 6's, this left Dan Geddes (14*) and Dom Venn (12*) to see the side to the required 98 with the loss of just one wicket in the middle of the 9th over and in just 38 minutes.

The next game for the Bucks see's another Friday night trip but this time to Malden Wanderers in two weeks time.

Scorecard

Chessington CC - Chessington Blue Caps won the toss and elected to bat

Chessington CC - Chessington Blue Caps batting

R
B
4s
6s
SR
Anton Gowthaman
b. M Caprano-Wint
11
1
0
 
Josh Turpin
ct. P Crossan, b. M Caprano-Wint
0
 
Louis Bishop
Not Out
35
3
 
Daniel Sultan
st. L Hutter, b. P Crossan
31
5
 
Hardeep Gogar
ct. R Jarrold, b. P Crossan
0
 
Jacob Stuart
b. H Aravinthan
6
1
 
A Lal
Not Out
0
 
Sumit Singh Gogar
Did Not Bat
 
Erlebach Ollie
Did Not Bat
 
Jack Clarke
Did Not Bat
 
Finley Stubbs
Did Not Bat
 
Extras
12w, 1lb, 1nb
14
Total
for 5 wickets 20 overs
97

Ashtead CC - Ashtead Bucks bowling

O
M
R
W
Econ
Extras
James Graham
1
0
13
0
13.0
1nb, 8w
Marcus Caprano-Wint
3
0
8
2
2.7
Harri Aravinthan
4
0
17
1
4.3
1w
Riley Jarrold
4
0
12
0
3.0
1w
Ragu Aravinthan
4
0
28
0
7.0
Paddy Crossan
3
0
9
2
3.0
1w
Alex Jepp
1
0
5
0
5.0
1w

Ashtead CC - Ashtead Bucks batting

R
B
4s
6s
SR
Harri Aravinthan
Retired Not Out
51
17
6
4
300.0
Luc Hutter
ct. S Gogar, b. J Turpin
17
8
2
1
212.5
Daniel Geddes
Not Out
14
14
2
100.0
Dominic Venn
Not Out
12
10
2
120.0
James Graham
Did Not Bat
 
Ragu Aravinthan
Did Not Bat
 
Tom McAllister
Did Not Bat
 
Riley Jarrold
Did Not Bat
 
Marcus Caprano-Wint
Did Not Bat
 
Alex Jepp
Did Not Bat
 
Paddy Crossan
Did Not Bat
 
Extras
3w, 1b
4
Total
for 1 wickets 8.1 overs
98

Chessington CC - Chessington Blue Caps bowling

O
M
R
W
Econ
Extras
Anton Gowthaman
3
0
40
0
13.3
1w
Josh Turpin
3
0
25
1
8.3
Jacob Stuart
1
0
24
0
24.0
Louis Bishop
1
0
5
0
5.0
Jack Clarke
0.1
0
3
0
 
2w

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# Team Pts
1. Malden Wanderers CC - Malden Rangers 24
2. Ashtead CC - Ashtead Bucks 10
3. Old Whitgiftians CC - Old Whitgiftians Blues 8
4. Chessington CC - Chessington Blue Caps 6
5. Cheam CC - Cheam Chargers Under 19 0

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