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20.06.17 -  Results are in from week eight of the season.


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CUP FINAL DATES 2017


Friday 14th July 2017

Andy-Hire Harburn Cup Final

Staxton v Ebberston

North Marine Road, Scarborough Cricket Club, 6pm


Tuesday 25th July 2017

Lloyd Dowson Cup Final

Ravenscar v Scalby B

Flixton Cricket Club, 6pm



Monday 31st July 2017

Hunter Cup Final

North Marine Road, Scarborough Cricket Club 6pm


REPRESENTATIVE CRICKET

2017


Sunday 20th August 2017

Ryedale Beckett League

v

Scarborough Evening League

Pickering Cricket Club, 3pm



"Linda Goulding" Memorial Harburn Cup Semi-Final Results - "Andy Hire" Scarborough Evening Cricket League Competition.


Staxton A 158-6 (Rohan Diamond 58, Chris Dove 45, Linden Gray 22, Phil Dickens 2-20) beat Filey 96-8 (Dave Brannan 38no, Dan Outhart 3-17, Kyle Outhart 2-14) by 62 runs. (Played at Flixton on Thursday 22nd June)


Ebberston A 146-3 (Matty Turnbull 103no, Damian Readman 15) beat Heslerton 145-6 (Paul Bowes 52, Rob Middlewood 30, Tom Holmes 3-39, Eddie Swiers 2-16 by 7 wkts. (Played at Staxton on Friday 23rd June)


In the first semi final held at Flixton on Thursday night, Staxton played Filey and elected to bat after winning the toss but with the first ball their prolific batsman Rob Pinder was caught behind off the bowling of Filey captain Josh Dawson. Chris Dove then came to the wicket to join David Morris who then put on 35 runs together before David Morris was out fo10. Australian Rohan Diamond then joined Chris Dove to put on 54 runs with some sensational running between the wickets by this pair before Chris Dove was finally run out for a fine 45. Rohan Diamond went on to score a fine 58 runs and with his skipper Linden Gray (22) they put on another 41 runs to give Staxton a respectable total of 158 for 6 wkts in their allotted 15 eight ball overs. The pick of Filey's bowling attack was spinner Phil Dickens who took 2 for 22 from 3 overs. In reply Filey started badly losing the wicket of Aaron Howard in the first over with the score at just 2. They then fell to 13 for 3 but Dave Brannan gave them hope as he battled away to score 38 not out but unfortunately for Filey wickets fell regularly at the other end as Fileys response fell well short of Staxton's total at just 96 for 8. Staxtons outstanding bowling performances came from Dan Outhart who took 3 for 17 off his 4 overs, Linden Gray took 1 for 26 from his 4 overs and Kyle Outhart took 2 for 14. Staxton fielded excellently throughout the Filey innings.


Staxton A will meet Ebberston A in the final as Ebberston beat defending cup holders Heslerton in the second semi-final to be held the following night at Staxton. Heslerton won the toss and elected to bat and started steadily against some fine bowling from Matty Turnbull and Frankie Beal with their opener Paul Bowes eventually hitting a fine 52. He was ably supported by Rob Middlewood who scored 30 with the pair putting on 76 runs for the 2nd wicket but wickets fell regularly and at the end of their allotted 15 overs they ended up with 145 for 6 wkts. The pick of Ebberstons bowlers was Tom Holmes with 3 for 39 from his 4 overs, skipper Eddie Swiers with 2 for 16 from 2 overs and Matty Turnbull with a fine opening spell of 1 for 28 from his 4 overs. In reply Ebberston started steadily with openers Matty Turnbull and Ben Lockey scoring 36 runs in the first 5 overs before Lockey was out. Opening bowlers Kristian Wilkinson and Adam Spaven bowled their 4 overs each, there were 2 maiden overs in Wilkinsons spell, and at the end of the eighth over the score was 60 for 2 wkts but Matty Turnbull was then joined by Damian Readman and this pair took the score up to 131 for 3 when Readman was finally out for a stalwart 15 runs. Matty Turnbull went on to score the winning runs in what was a sensational innings of 103 not out hitting the winning runs for Ebberston with 12 balls to spare to end up with 146 for 3 wkts. The large crowd at Staxton gave him a standing ovation for this brilliant batting display.


Staxton A will now meet Ebberston A in the Final at North Marine Road on Friday 14th July with a 6pm start. The umpires for the final will be Stuart Barker and Steve Dodds.