30 May 2006

Dodgers v Ombudsman @ Chiswick

Dodgers v Ombudsman
Tuesday 30 May 2006
18 overs

Innings of Ombudsman

Paul b Cousins 8
Simon n/o 26
Glen b Cooper 4
Saffa n/o 29
Andrew b Cooper 0
Dan b Cooper 5
Lee b Lee 9
Paul R n/o 11
Paul S run out (Qureshi) 5
James b McBarron 0
Rob b Carr 1
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Sub-total 98
Extras ??
Total ???

Bowling of Dodgers

Paterson 4-0-16-0
Cousins 4-3-2-1
Cooper 4-0-24-3
Lee 4-0-35-1
McBarron 1-0-7-1
Carr 1-0-6-1

Innings of Dodgers

Qureshi run out 19
Taylor b Silverbauer 1
Priest ret'd 25
McBarron c ? b Saffi 6
Carr b Saffi 6
Lee n/o 8
Paterson n/o 12
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Sub-total 77
Extras 10
Total 87

dnb: Cooper, Matthews, Cousins

Bowling of Ombudsman

Silverbauer 4-1-9-1
King 4-0-19-0
Saffa 4-0-25-2
Madden 3-0-16-0
Dan K 3-0-18-0


Ombudsman won by ?? runs. Does anyone know the correct score. The scorebook is incomplete (again!).

16 May 2006

Dodgers v Superstars @ Chiswick

Dodgers v Superstars
Tuesday 16 May 2006
40 overs
2pm, Chiswick

Innings of Superstars

Gigg b Cooper 48
Gaught lbw b Benn 18
Conway c Benn b Pope 70
Mountain n/o 67
Whitrod lbw b Pope 6
Davey n/o 6
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Sub-total 215
Extras 15
Total 230

dnb: Vadgama, Patel (T), Block, Barnet, Gundry

Bowling of Dodgers

Cousins 8-1-22-0
Benn 7-0-38-1
Forgan 8-0-56-0
Cooper 7-0-32-1
Lee 3-0-27-0
Pope 6-0-32-2
Dollin 1-0-15-0

Innings of Dodgers

McBarron run out 22
Qureshi c Conway b Barnet 54
Dollin b Vadgama 4
Lee run out 2
Carr b Patel (T) 9
Benn run out 19
Matthews c Gaught b Barnet 4
Forgan b Gundry 9
Cousins n/o 5
Cooper b Mountain 9
Pope not out 0
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Sub-total 138
Extras 36
Total 174

Bowling of Superstars

Gundry 8-0-23-1
Patel (T) 8-1-36-1
Block 8-1-19-0
Vadgama 8-0-35-1
Barnet 7-0-44-2
Mountain 1-0-4-1


Superstars won by 56 runs

11 May 2006

Dodgers v Beershire CCC @ Chiswick

11 May 2006
Chiswick
6pm
20/20

Innings of Beershire

PC run out 57
Brett c Marr b Paterson 0
Chris c Fox b Cousins 53
Ally not out 0
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Sub-total 110
Extras 4
Total 114

[Matthews - 1 catch, if not 2!]

Bowling

Cousins 4-0-17-1
Paterson 4-1-13-1
Cooper 3-0-16-0
Fox 2-0-22-0
Adey 3-0-25-0
Marr 2-0-16-0

Innings of Dodgers

Priest retired 50
Qureshi lbw b Pillot 4
Westhead b PC 16
Hilary (J) not out 16
Matthews not out 0
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Sub-total 86
Extras 29
Total 115

dnb: Marr, Cooper, Paterson, Fox, Cousins, Adey

Bowling

Pillot 4-0-40-1
C 3-0-29-0
Darren 3-0-15-0
PC 2-0-13-1
Ally 1-0-12-0
Nell 2-0-19-0
Brett 1-0-22-0
Barden 1-0-11-0


Dodgers won by 1 wicket

05 May 2006

Dodgers Off To A Winning Start

Match report by TQ

The Dodgers recorded a win on their first outing of the season last night, with a regulation victory over an Audit Commission side containing a customary mixture of regular players, not so regular players, and those who turned up to catch some sun on the hottest day of the year so far. Having won the toss, stand in skipper Priest chose to bat on a typically green looking early season wicket which contrary to appearance offered low bounce and little assistance to the bowlers of either side.

The opening pair of Priest and Qureshi both reached the retirement score of 25 without major alarm, aided by bowling which was as disciplined as John Prescott would be if stuck in a lift at a Secretary's Convention. However, Qureshi was notably dropped at the start of his innings by Dodgers debutant Lee whilst fielding for the opposition, wisely choosing not to reprise the role that John Hilary has made his own over the last few seasons.

The other Dodgers debutant, Dollin, played a cameo innings of 16 before being the victim of one of three good catches taken by the Audit skipper. McBarron batted down the order at 6 but unlike Flintoff the England number 6, he accumulated a number of singles and the pavilion roofing was never at risk from damage.

McBarron and Lee created a solid partnership which stabilised the innings, and helped the Dodgers to an eventual healthy total of 147 for 3, the innings was actually declared after 18 overs - very possibly a first in Dodgers evening matches - due to the sluggish Audit over rate.

The Audit innings began with an early breakthrough for Cooper who bowled one of the openers for nought, but instead of signalling a procession of wickets, Audit doggedly batted out their 20 overs without ever realistically being on course to overhaul the target, in the end reaching 84 for 4. The Dodgers performed well in the field despite shelling 3 catches, with Priest pulling off an excellent run out with a direct hit from cover point.

The bowling was generally tight if at times unspectacular. Adey's first bowl for nearly a year produced a probing spell with the bat being regularly beaten. Due to the dubious nature of the Audit scoring - which is rather concerning given the nature of their profession - the bowling figures are subject to conjecture, although Cooper, Adey, and Pope all collected a wicket each.

A full scorecard of the game will follow, as will minutes of the last AGM and at least one committee meeting, hopefully at some point during this season!

Next up for Dodgers, a game next week against a team of literally unknowns...

Man of The Match Votes: Adey 4, Qureshi 4, Priest 2.

04 May 2006

Dodgers v Audit Commission @ Chiswick

Here's the scorecard for this 18 overs game, possibly the first ever limited overs Dodgers match in which we have declared.

Dodgers v Audit Commission
4 May 2006
20 overs

Man of The Match Votes: Adey 4, Qureshi 4, Priest 2

Match report by TQ

The Dodgers recorded a win on their first outing of the season last night, with a regulation victory over an Audit Commission side containing a customary mixture of regular players, not so regular players, and those who turned up to catch some sun on the hottest day of the year so far. Having won the toss, stand in skipper Priest chose to bat on a typically green looking early season wicket which contrary to appearance offered low bounce and little assistance to the bowlers of either side.

The opening pair of Priest and Qureshi both reached the retirement score of 25 without major alarm, aided by bowling which was as disciplined as John Prescott would be if stuck in a lift at a Secretary's Convention. However, Qureshi was notably dropped at the start of his innings by Dodgers debutant Lee whilst fielding for the opposition, wisely choosing not to reprise the role that John Hilary has made his own over the last few seasons.

The other Dodgers debutant, Dollin, played a cameo innings of 16 before being the victim of one of three good catches taken by the Audit skipper. McBarron batted down the order at 6 but unlike Flintoff the England number 6, he accumulated a number of singles and the pavilion roofing was never at risk from damage.

McBarron and Lee created a solid partnership which stabilised the innings, and helped the Dodgers to an eventual healthy total of 147 for 3, the innings was actually declared after 18 overs - very possibly a first in Dodgers evening matches - due to the sluggish Audit over rate.

The Audit innings began with an early breakthrough for Cooper who bowled one of the openers for nought, but instead of signalling a procession of wickets, Audit doggedly batted out their 20 overs without ever realistically being on course to overhaul the target, in the end reaching 84 for 4. The Dodgers performed well in the field despite shelling 3 catches, with Priest pulling off an excellent run out with a direct hit from cover point.

The bowling was generally tight if at times unspectacular. Adey's first bowl for nearly a year produced a probing spell with the bat being regularly beaten. Due to the dubious nature of the Audit scoring - which is rather concerning given the nature of their profession - the bowling figures are subject to conjecture, although Cooper, Adey, and Pope all collected a wicket each.

A full scorecard of the game will follow, as will minutes of the last AGM and at least one committee meeting, hopefully at some point during this season!

Next up for Dodgers, a game next week against a team of literally unknowns...

Innings of Dodgers

Priest ret'd 25
Qureshi ret'd 27
Jacobs ct Sulley b Irwin 4
Dollin ct Sulley b R 16
Westhead ct Sulley b Irwin 0
McBarron n/o 22
Lee ret'd 26
Cooper n/o 4
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Sub-total 126
Extras 21
Total (for 3 dec, 18 ovs) 147

Innings of Audit

Richichie n/o 25
Aktins b Cooper 0
Irwin b Adey 7
Ball lbw b Pope 10
Fisher n/o 18
Watts run out (Priest) 8
Bowley n/o 2
Sulley n/o 6
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Sub-total 78
Extras 6
Total (20 overs) 84

Bowling of Dodgers

Cooper 4-1-12-1
Lee 4-1-11-0
Adey 4-3-7-1
Pope 4-1-14-1
McBarron 4-1-13-0