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Stoke Newington v London Fields

Wednesday 6 June 2012, Victoria Park

Stoke Newington won by 21 runs

Stoke Newington won the toss and chose to bat first

Stoke Newington: 109 for 4 in 16 overs
Andre Samuel 47
Imran 40 not out
Steve D 4 overs 31 for 2

London Fields: 88 for 7 in 15.4 overs
Will 17
Gautam 25
Andre 1 over 7 for 2 Ali Sarafat 4 overs 11 for 2

Stokey kids Lord it

A young Stoke Newington captain Ali Sarafat (18) chose to bat and in the pouring rain was bowled for a duck with the score on 5. Waheed Ullah was joined but Andre Samuel. Waheed rotated while Samuel set about the bowling.

Waheed was out LBW to Steve D with the score on 40 in the 6th over. In came Imran but only another 19 were out on by the time Andre, knowing his retirement was imminent, looped one to mid on for 47. Charlie Cox joined Imran and kept an end up while Imran took over from Andre in pushing on the score.

The grass was long and wet so scoring was not easy. Charlie went for 6 with 9 ball left and Stokey ended with 109 for 4.

Fields started well, both Stoke Newington openers struggling with soggy miss shaped ball. On came Ali Sarafat to slow things down. He got Shannon (13) LBW in his first over and Will (17) in his second.

Waheed Ullah came on at the other end and bowled very tightly getting Chris for (5) with a slow one as Fields who were now under pressure. On came Andre Samuel and Bowled Steve D (7) and then Jason Lord for a golden duck.

The game had changed. Tight bowling saw the run rate escalate and wickets fell regularly. Fields ending on 88 all out. A fine performance from a Stoke Newington team with only 3 players over 20.

Submitted by simon hore of Stoke Newington


 

 

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