Beverley Beat Relegation Rivals In YDSL

Beverley Beat Relegation Rivals In YDSL

First XI made the long journey to Ripon to face Studley Royal looking to kick start the season and claimed all thirty points with only their second win of the season.

It has been a trouble campaing so far for Bevelrey Town Cricket Club’s first team who sit rock bottom of the of the league so it was vital they get some thing out of the game against their relegation rivals Studley Royal.

Having lost the toss were put into bat on a damp wicket and outfield rain in the air. The new opening pair of and blunted the opening attack before Fisher was caught behind for 24.

Cooke continued to establish a good foundation to the innings before being given out LBW after some canny bowling for 29.

and Fisal Abid reforged their batting partnership before a mix up left Grantham run out for 41 and Abid followed shortly after leaving the team 126-4.

24 and 34* batted positively before 24* scored quickly in final overs to take the side to 210-5 from their allotted 50 overs.

A much improved batting performance with all batsmen contributing.

Mudd and Keiran Thompson continued their strong bowling partnership with both taking two early wickets to leave the home side 41-4 from 15 overs.

Yorkshire’s Ben Coad played some positive shots in scoring 61 and formed a partnership with Matt Pickles 27 giving some worries before dismissed Coad.

Following his dismissal applied pressure with tight bowling from Brumfield (3-26) and (1-29) before Mudd (4-38) returned to take the last two wickets and dismiss Studley for 139.

Thompson finished with an economical 2-24 and typified a consistent bowling performance was backed up in the field with 7 catches taken and an all round good performance.

The 30 point win still leaves at the foot of the table but are now within touching distance of their rivals.

Beverley host the new league leaders next Saturday as they look to build on the performance.

Final Score:

beat Studley Royal by 71 runs

Studley Royal:
Ben Coad 61, Matt Pickles 27

:
34*, 41, Michael Cooke 29
3-26, 4-38



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