Tuesday, February 14, 2012

City Breaks Its Duck

NDL 13/02/12

CUCC Teams vs South Tamworth - Round 14 18-25th February

City United teams to play South Tamworth in round 14 Two Day matches Saturday 18 & 25th February. All players are requested to be at there respective grounds by 1230pm. Both players and supporters are welcome back to our major sponsor Tamworth City Bowling Club for refreshing drinks after the days play - Any late unavailabilities please ring your captain ASAP. For more information about City United and the season ahead check our website http://cityunitedcricket.blogspot.com/ CUCC will also be running a Pink Stumps day fundraiser from 6-8pm at Cricket House Carter Street at a cost of $15pp (Chicken and Champagne Inc). All money raised will go towards the McGrath Foundation to help place McGrath breast care nurses in communites right accross Australia RSVP to Paul Fisher 0429 654 808.

First Grade (Riverside 1)
D. Whale (c), M. Walter / S. Hurn, R. O'Halloran, L. Steyn, A. Dutton, B. North, R. Hansen, P. Dwyer, D. Lawrence, J. Philp, S. Ballantine

Second Grade (Riverside 2)
P. Fisher (c), S. Hancock, M. Fisher, N. Cooke, B. Cederblad, D. Weekes, J. Hawley, J. McVey / R. Ingram, P. Hagley / B. Hawley, L. Cooke, S. Bellamy, G. Schwenke,

Third Grade (Riverside 5)
C. Callcott (c) 0402 334 403, D. Holzigal / A. McDonald, P. Mead, D. Mitchell, J. Miskle, D. Carroll, T. Balderston, G. Ryan, T. Jordan, B. Ballantine, D. Smith / S. Ravi, D. Truman

Fourth Grade (Riverside 7)
P. Lawrence (c), T. Skewes, T. Skewes, G. Whale, M. Chew, N. Stacey, A. Fitzgerald, T. Fitzgerald, T. Kampe, T. Paynter, R. Benjamin, R. Pryor, Res. L. Hagley

Monday, February 13, 2012

Results from Rd 13 One Day matches vs Bective

It was a momentous weekend for City United Cricket Club with wins across all 4 grades. Can anyone remember when that last happened? Hearty congratulations to all our players and the efforts they have been putting into there cricket over the current season with the rewards just starting to show. There were plenty of players and their supporters on hand to help the boys celebrate success with pizza and many a cold drink at the City Bowling Club at the end of the day, well done CUCC!

First Grade
City lost the toss and were sent in to bat.
City made 8/120 off their 40 overs.
Best batting - Dan Whale 26 runs; Richie O’Halloran 26 runs; Pat Dwyer 17 runs; Bill North 17 runs N/O.
In reply Bective were dismissed for 88 runs in the 33rd over.
Best bowling - Jake Phil 3/16 off 8 overs; Bill North 3/15 off 3.2 overs; Matt Walter 2/19 off 6 overs.
The first win of the season for 1st grade and to beat the mighty Bective team was a great triumph.

Second Grade
City won the toss and elected to bowl.
Bective were dismissed for 95 in the 28th over.
Best bowling - Brock Hawley 4/22 off 8 overs; Simon Bellamy 3/36 off 8 overs.
In reply City hit 6/96 in 20 overs.
Best batting - Richard Ingram 22 runs; Brock Hawley 16 runs N/O; Paul Fisher 16 runs N/O.
Another good win for 2nd grade and earning a bonus point.

Third Grade
City won the toss and elected to bat.
City were dismissed for 150 in the 35th over.
Best batting – Peter Mead 42 runs; David Holzigal 27 runs; Dan Mitchell 15 runs; Trent Balderston 15 runs.
In reply, Bective were dismissed for 44 in the 21st over.
Best bowling – Dan Mitchell 6/13 off 8 overs.
Mighty 3rds continue on their winning way and have became minor premiers of the one day competition.

Fourth Grade
After a washout last week, 4th grade were reduced to a one day match against Old Boys.
City won the toss and elected to bowl.
Old Boys were dismissed for 86 in the 36th over.
Best bowling - Gary Whale 2/8 off 4 overs; Paul Lawrence 1/8 off 7 overs; Terry Kampe 1/7 off 4 overs.
In reply City hit 1/93 off 26 overs.
Best batting - Terry Kampe 38 runs N/O; Tim Skewes 26 runs; Gary Whale 19 runs N/O.