3rd XI Reports

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2016:


Hastings & St Leonards Priory 4th XI 365-4 (decl. 48 overs) Vs Lewes St Michaels 3rd XI* 125 (all out, 30.5 overs)

Priank Patel hit 157 before retiring for Hastings, who declared on a mammoth total. Barry South took 2 wickets, Tom Bradford and Tony Wakley took one each, but Lewes were missing two players which made the going tough. Saints batsmen with runs were Simon Fox (38), Tom Bradford (19), Barry South (16) and Harry Jackson (13).


Lewes St Michaels 3rd XI 108 (all out, 50 overs) Vs. Pevensey 2nd XI* 109-5 (32 overs)

Pevensey 2s won at home to Lewes St Michaels 3s in Div. 12 after bowling out the visitors for 108. Harry Jackson and Mike Bonsor both had good knocks of 28 each, with Tony Walkly chipping in with 14, but some fine bowling by Graeme Corbishley (3-4) and Gareth Garner (3-15) saw an end to the visitors’ innings. In reply Pevensey’s Jake Lamber hit 21 and Ben and Christopher Pedroza were 41 and 17 not out respectively to reach the required target, but not before a father and son combo of Tony (3-8) and George Wakley (2-33) took five wickets between them.


Lewes St Michaels 3rd XI*47 (all out, 25.3 overs) Vs. Hailsham 4th XI 49-4 (11.1 overs)

Saints 3s playing with one player short were all out cheaply, despite Rob Punter’s unbeaten 25. Matt Anthony took an incredible 6-4 for the visitors. Stan Garbett hit 27 not out in reply to seal the win, but not before Tom Bradford and Freddie Jackson took a wicket each and Max Durrent took 2-11 with wickets caught and bowled.


Lewes St Michaels 3rd XI * 94 (all out, 40.5 overs) Vs. Crowhurst Park 4th XI 97-6 (20.4 overs)

Crowhurst Park took full points from their visit to Lewes, after bowling out the hosts cheaply. Rob Punter top scored with 16 for Saints. Lekhan Mestha (3-23) was the main danger-man with the ball for Park. The home side fought back well with the ball, reducing the visiting side to six down before they reached the target. Sam Bonsor took 3-23 in an effective spell, with Tom Bradford and Tim Masson taking a wicket each. Colin Ayres top-scored for Crowhurst Park with 24.


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