What a strange week.
I thought we'd be hammering Sevenoaks and struggling in the 6, 7 and 8s ....
The Vine 235 - 7 from 55, Blackheath 159 ao in 40 overs.
The fragile batting returned to haunt Blackheath.
The highlight of the innings was Faisal Shahid's 73.
Blackheath 206 ao vs 210 for 5
4 players got starts, but just Tom Slater (44) moved through the 30s
In reply, the bowlers struggled with too many loose balls, allowing too many boundaries.
Blackheath 150 ao vs 74 ao
Kevin Owens (67) and Simon Martin (43) dug in and worked for runs.
With Bickley's Neville claiming 8 wickets, it was smart batting.
In reply, Bickley struggled from the start as Jamie Martin claimed 4 -33.
Bridges 10-6-9-3 was economical.
Canterbury 2nd XI 262-3 vs Blackheath 123ao
Starting with 7 players because of a car breakdown is always going to be difficult.
And so it proved. Fielding with 7 (Thank you Canterbury) for 5 overs gave the oppo a flying start.
Blackheath 46 ao vs Dartfordians 1st XI 50-0
Other tough day on the field.
Blackheath 112-8 vs Dartfordians 87 ao
Pratish Dayalji (29) top scored in this convincing win.
While Lyndon "Weasel" Williams 12-3-29-4 closed off the game
Blackheath 154-9 vs Dulwich 143 ao
Dave Norrie (57) and 12 -2 - 26 - 6 was voted as mvp.
Blackheath 146 ao vs HSBC 146 ao
A tie !
Billy Crone (44) again delivering with the bat.
Supported by Jeremey Nelson (35) and Cain Duncan (22)
The wickets were shared around with the pick being Ben Butcher's 10 - 4- 19 - 3
Blackheath 200 - 9 (40 over game) vs Holmesdale 45
Richard Fleming's 100 was the centrepiece of the innings.
4 wickets for Bridges, 3 for Nadir and Hatzidakis
Blackheath 251-6 vs Kingfisher A 240-9
Andy Spry (80) and Dan Lucas (55) set the total.
With Spry picking up 4 wickets for 36
DO YOU WANT A GAME THIS WEEK ?
let me know .. and also if you are not around.