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"Linda Goulding" Memorial Harburn Cup Final 2018


Result - Heslerton 134 for 3 (Tom Bumby 74, Gary Hall 23 not out) beat Filey 132 for 9 (Tom Fitzgerald 55, Mark Webster 3-13, Dan Jeminson 2-29, Kristian Wilkinson 2-49) by 7 wits.


Filey won the toss and elected to bat and after just a few overs looked very much on course for a score of 200 with Tom Fitzgerald leading the way with an excellent 55 off 54 balls but some excellent fielding and brilliant catches by all the Heslerton players restricted their total to just 132 after their allotted 15 eight ball overs. The pick of Heslerton bowlers were Mark Webster with 3-13 and slow bowler Dan Jeminson with 2-29.


In reply Heslerton got off to a flier with openers Tom Bumby and Josh Greenlay who put on 74 together before Greenlay was out for 16. Tom Bumby scored a superb 74 before being caught which he made from just 55 balls. Gary Hall then scored a fine 23 not out and the game was finished by Heslerton captain Sam Triffitt who hit a 4,4 and a big 6 to win the game for Heslerton with an over and a half to spare. Triffitt finished on 16 not out.


The winners trophy was presented Heslerton captain Sam Triffitt by Sharon Blackstone of "Andy Hire" the Evening League sponsors who run the cup competition and the runners up trophy to Aaron Howard the Filey captain to conclude the evening.


























Lloyd Dowson Cricket Cup Final - Result and Report


RESULT - Ravenscar 117-2 (Parnav Mishra 67 no, Adam Graham 17) beat Muston 113-6 (Ricky Laurence 26, James McMillan 24 no, Matthew Atkinson 17, Willy Warwick 2-18, Matthew Smith 2-24) by 8 wkts.


Muston batted first on the excellent Flixton Cricket Ground and scored quickly in the first few overs  with the in form Ricky Laurence hitting a fine 26 runs but the introduction of Willy Warwick with 2 wickets for 18 runs and Matthew Smith with 2 wickets for 24 runs into the attack by Ravenscar held the score down to a reasonable level with a late flurry of runs from James McMillan with 24 runs taking the score to a respectable 113 at the end of their allotted 15 eight ball overs. Some light rain started towards the end of Muston innings and continued throughout the rest of the game without the players coming off, which was a credit to the groundsman at Flixton, both the umpires and both teams.

In Ravenscars reply Adam Graham hit 17 runs but the real star of the game was Ravenscar batsman Parnav Mishra who hit a brilliant unbeaten 67 runs to win the game for Ravenscar with 5 overs to spare to at last win this trophy for his club to the delight of the Ravenscar supporters especially with Ravenscar being runners up in this competition for the past three years.

Vanessa Rowbottom Director of Lloyd Dowson presented the cup to Ravenscar captain Freddie Barker and thanked all present for their support along with Flixton Cricket Club for the use of their excellent facilities for the final.



























Hunter Cup FINAL


Hunter Cricket Cup Final Result - Flixton A 208-5 ( Chris Mann 36, Harry Warmsley 114no, Brad Milburn 3-55) beat Scarborough 118-8 (David Snowball 37no, Luke Smith 3-20, Harry Warmsley 3-36) by 90 runs.


Report - Flixton batted first and scored at a rapid rate with Chris Mann hitting a fine 36 but the star of the innings was captain Harry Warmsley who hit a brilliant 114 not out and this was his first century ever. Flixton ran up a massive total of 208 for 5 on the excellent Staxton Cricket Ground at the end of their allotted 15 eight ball overs. Brad Milburn took 3 wkts for 55 runs in the Flixton innings.

In reply Scarborough never really got going with only their captain David Snowball hitting a steady 37 not out with Flixton bowlers Luke Smith taking 3 wkts for 20 runs and man of the match Harry Warmsley taking 3 wkts for 36 runs.

Edwin Cooper a Vice-President of the "Andy Hire" Scarborough Evening Cricket League presented the Hunter Cup to Flixton Captain Harry Warmsley and Adrian Snowball presented the Bill and Bessie Green Memorial Cup to the runners up Captain David Snowball at the end of the game.





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