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League Tables

1st XI

Team
3 71
3 70
3 52
2 41
2 26
3 15
3 14
3 11
2 11

2nd XI

Team
4 72
3 56
3 52
3 50
3 43
4 30
3 19
3 17
3 14
3 12

3rd XI

Team
3 2.05 76
3 1.52 55
3 1.51 52
3 0.38 42
3 -0.8 36
3 0.22 35
3 -0.59 34
3 -0.54 30
3 -2.39 16
3 -1.63 12

4th XI

Team
3 2.18 75
3 0.56 72
3 1.58 54
3 4.11 40
3 -2.29 37
3 3.14 35
3 -1.86 33
3 0.23 24
3 -1.58 21
3 -1.91 16
3 0 -14
3 -3.11 -17

Sun XI

Team
3 3 0 60
2 2 0 40
3 1 2 37
2 1 1 30
2 1 1 26
2 0 2 18
2 0 2 0

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  • shafty
    (16 / 05 / 2019)
    A XI to play Denver away on Sat 18th May:
    Woods†*
    Aston
    Farmer
    Hales
    Henderson
    Loines
    Mason
    Weston D
    Whiddett J
    Whiddett L
    Wilkinson-Loines
    . Meet 11:15 at Melton park or 12:15 Denver
  • shafty
    (09 / 05 / 2019)
    A Team to play Old Catton at Melton Park on Saturday 11th :
    Woods†*
    Aston
    Bugg
    Henderson
    Loines
    Mason
    Sims
    Stearman P
    Whiddett J
    Wilkinson-Loines
    Wright C
  • Richw
    (08 / 05 / 2019)
    First team to play Old Bucks A away on saturday. meet at 12 at the ground. Waddell
    Mann S
    Bunn
    Clarke
    Grant
    Kannan
    Mann B
    Mohammed
    Stearman
    Wood
    Wright

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Great Melton U11s 302-4 (net 278) beat Bradenham U11s 274-6 (net 238) by 40 runs at Melton Park in the Terry Moore Trophy

Captain James Alcock’s man-of-the-match performance plus some good contributions from the rest of the team, enabled the U11s to secure their first win of the season against Bradenham in the Terry Moore Trophy.

James scored 34 and took 3-13 in 3 overs to take the plaudits but George Alcock also made his mark, scoring 14 and taking a superb catch behind the wicket off his brother’s bowling. Nick Conway (7), Callum Marchant (5) Jake Canning (4) and Evan Mercer (6) helped Melton reach 302-4, a net score of 278. Sam Williams was Bradenham’s best bowler with 2-11.

In reply Solomon Poole scored 8 but ‘wides’ was by far the highest score with 52 in the visitors’ 274-6, a net score of 238. David Benton (2-0-9-1) got a wicket on his debut and there was a run out, a wicket for Evan Mercer (3-1-4-1) who bowled very well and three for James who was just too quick and accurate for the Bradenham batsmen.

It was a great game of cricket with a lovely crowd from Bradenham so a very enjoyable evening all round.
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It was also a win for our U13 team in their first competitive fixture of the season last night, away at Old Buckenham.
Captain for the night, Sam Davey, lost the toss but the team were not fazed when they were asked to field by the opposition.
Debutant George Woodcock opened the bowling and took a wicket with his last ball of the first over, finishing with figures of 3-0-14-2. The wickets kept falling with Daniel Graves (2-1-3-1) and Harrison Cunningham (3-0-5-3) both bowling superbly. A spectacular catch in the field by Odin Thomas also delighted the crowd. Old Buckenham did manage to bat out their 16 overs with N. Muggeridge scoring a well-crafted 28 to remain in for the entire innings and take the score to 57.
Sam and Harrison opened the batting for Melton. They batted with sensible heads managing to see off the opening bowler at one end whilst scoring freely from the other before Harrison was bowled out by Muggeridge in the 5th over with the score on 23. Odin then joined Sam at the crease and the pair went on to take the total past the 57 runs required in the 10th over.
James Cooper, Peter Thomas and Will Bailey also played their part in what was a great first win of the season for our U13 team.
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Great Melton U15s beat Ashmanhaugh & Barton Wanderers U15s by 98 runs at Melton Park in the ECB Cup Quarter-Final

U15s skipper Lohit Kannan scored an unbeaten half-century to help Great Melton to a 98-run win over a much less experienced Ashmanhaugh & Barton Wanderers side who showed good spirit and sportsmanship despite the heavy defeat. Having elected to bat Melton lost Corey Rushton early on for 1 but a good partnership then developed between Lohit and Robert Mackintosh. Run-scoring wasn’t that easy on a slow-paced wicket and with the field set well back but Lohit played some good shots, including two sixes, before the competition rules forced him to retire at 50. Robert was joined by Ethan Rushton and went on to score 33 before being bowled with the final delivery of the innings. Ethan also batted well for a confident 17 not out.

An excellent diving catch by Cassie Mawby then removed Sam Buxton off MacIntosh’s opening over before Cassie bowled the other opener, Adam Cohen, with her second ball. Wickets then followed in quick succession. MacIntosh (2-0-3-2), Mawby (2-0-4-1), Henry Marsh (2-0-4-2) & Millie Wimhurst (2-0-9-1) all ended with impressive figures and Melton produced some inspired fielding: another diving catch from Ethan Rushton, plus 3 direct-hit run outs from Mawby, Marsh and McIntosh. A stumping by Corey Rushton off Liam Stevens first ball ended the Wanderers innings with the visitors all out for 26 in 8.1 overs.

With fewer teams than usual entering the ECB 11-a-side Competition this year, it means that Melton are already through to the County semi-final where they face the daunting prospect of either Swardeston or Horsford.
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