Barry Sayer stole the show at the Norwood Recreation Ground as he exploited the conditions to the full with a magnificent 5 for 11 from 9 overs to help bowl out Stamford Bridge for just 91 in 35 overs.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 3rd XI drew with North Ferriby at the Norwood Recreation Ground. Beverley won the toss and put North Ferriby into bat; the visitors were bowled out for 216. Bradley Graham was the star bowler
Beverley Town Cricket Club got their Newland League campaign off to bad start as they were beaten by Fenners at the Norwood Recreation Ground. Batting first Fenners set Beverley a target of 107 but managed just 83 runs in reply.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 2nds put in a much improved performance at home to Bridlington 1st XI scoring 266 for 4 in their 48 overs. Congratulations to Mike Cooke who scored his first ton for Beverley, Phil Du Boulay (63) gave great support.
There was a convincing double at the Norwood Recreation Ground when the Beverley Town Cricket Club 1sts, thanks in no small part to the excellence of a spell from young spinner Jamie Roe (5-43 from 15),
Beverley visited the South Yorkshire team of Treeton just South of Sheffield for their first match of the season. This year’s team is very much depleted from last as most of the older players have gone on to University or pastures new.
On a good looking wicket (one of the only of the year) Alan Acklam yet again lost the toss however Beverley were asked to field. Mudd did his tiical trick of bowling badly but yet continuing to pick up wickets.
After Acklam lost yet another toss and Beverley were inserted on what can only be described as the world’s worst cricket pitch ever. Peter Groves got off to a mini flier as Goole’s bowling attack stuttered.