Training cancelled tonight 27/4

Due to adverse weather conditions no nets tonight.

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Win for U18’s

TABS under 18 team ran out comfortable winners in the Nicholas Priestly trophy first round.

Losing the toss and being put into bat TABS made a steady start, Ollie Riley(22) and Luke (11) opening. George(53*) came in and soon set about the bowling hitting 12 fours  prior to retiring. Charlie(39) soon found the boundary just as he did for the seniors on Saturday well supported by Benedict (16*)

Total 150-3

After a hot drink for the adults Shadwell batted, Ollie Riley taking the first wicket, quickly followed by wickets for Will Pritchard, Ed Westmoreland, Dan Kilby (2) and Rowan Bentley(2), good catch from James Walsh and 2 stumpings for George

Shadwell 86-7 in gathering gloom and snow showers!

Great team effort TABS.

Prize for who could wear the most jumpers under their coats goes to Matthew Bentley

Thanks to Adam for scoring. Next game on Monday away versus Bardsey.

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Exciting win for U11’s

Wow! What a match!!
Barwick hosted TABS U11 on what was a very chilly and blustery evening.
Barwick went in to bat with their openers facing Alex Hall and Oliver Walsh. The wind was playing havoc with the ball but it didn’t stop Oliver Walsh picking up fantastic Hat-Trick to really put Barwick on the back foot. Hall bowling solid as an established opener.
Max Olbison and Finn Brooks put in 4 solid overs followed by more of the same from Thomas Marriott and Charles Westmoreland.
The final 4 overs were very tightly controlled by Walsh, Joe Young and Westmoreland conceding only 13 runs from them.
TABS took to the field in an attempt to chase down a respectable 256 runs.
Hall and Young held strong to see off the Barwick opening Bowlers and although runs were scarce, there was a solid foundation to build on. Olbison and Brooks finished their overs in positive figures and Jarvis with partner Marriott followed suit.
4 overs remaining and TABS needing 29 runs to win, it was going to take a huge effort from Walsh and Westmoreland.
Over 1 went for 5 runs
Over 2 went for 10
Over 3 went for 10 and left 4 needed for an amazing effort from Walsh, admirably supported by Westmoreland picking up quick singles at exactly the times they were needed. The 4 match winning runs were knocked up in the first 4 balls which left a couple of solid defensive blocks to see TABS home.
As I said………..Wow! What a match!!
2 from 2 we march on to the Cup
Thanks to all the parents for coming out to support us and a special mention to Allan Olbison for scoring.
DY
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Win for U9’s

Another strong team effort saw under 9 team win easily this morning at Kirk Deighton. Batting first they scored freely against young opposition. Total 298 for loss of only 1 wicket. After the break we bowled and fielded very well keeping Kirk Deighton down to 235. Including a special catch from Charles Westmoreland!  Please keep eye on emails regarding training on Wednesday as weather isn't great. Thanks to all who helped.

Another strong team effort saw under 9 team win easily this morning at Kirk Deighton.
Batting first they scored freely against young opposition. Total 298 for loss of only 1 wicket. After the break we bowled and fielded very well keeping Kirk Deighton down to 235.
Including a special catch from Charles Westmoreland!
Please keep eye on emails regarding training on Wednesday as weather isn’t great.
Thanks to all who helped.

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Win for U9’s

TABS under 9 took on Great Preston in the Andy Kay Trophy. The tutor2u oval looked resplendent in spring sunshine. Great Preston won the toss and elected to bat. Solid bowling and fielding from TABS restricted our opponents to 233. Everyone getting involved with a fine team spirit. After drinks, TABS batted, soon compiling plenty of runs with Gabby Hall, Oliver Fraser Smith scoring heavily. Sensible batting from James Hall, James Lakin, Max Olbison, Elliott Davies left it to Charles Westmoreland and Joash Duggal to guide the team to a comfortable win.  Great Preston played well for an inexperienced side. Thanks to Pete Westmoreland for assisting with the raffle and Louise and Allan Olbison for running the tuck shop and scoring. Next game is on Sunday in the league at Kirk Deighton.  Well done TABS! DG

TABS under 9 took on Great Preston in the Andy Kay Trophy. The tutor2u oval looked resplendent in spring sunshine.
Great Preston won the toss and elected to bat. Solid bowling and fielding from TABS restricted our opponents to 233. Everyone getting involved with a fine team spirit.
After drinks, TABS batted, soon compiling plenty of runs with Gabby Hall, Oliver Fraser Smith scoring heavily. Sensible batting from James Hall, James Lakin, Max Olbison, Elliott Davies left it to Charles Westmoreland and Joash Duggal to guide the team to a comfortable win.
Great Preston played well for an inexperienced side. Thanks to Pete Westmoreland for assisting with the raffle and Louise and Allan Olbison for running the tuck shop and scoring.
Next game is on Sunday in the league at Kirk Deighton.
Well done TABS! Collingham in next round on May 12th.
DG

 

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Junior Training

Junior training continues outside Wednesday 20th.

Please bring along membership forms if you haven’t already done so.

Under 9 and 11      6-7pm.

Under 13/15/18      7-8pm

Tykes will commence at the ground Wednesday 27th April starting at 6pm and NOT this week. . Andy Groves will be initially in charge. Tykes parents will be required to stay at the ground during sessions. More info on the website.

Please can we remind all parents to park with consideration and use Dowkell Lane, NOT The Pax Car Park

Thank you

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U11 winning start to the season

It gives me great pleasure to report that TABS U11 have christened their new improved ground with a comprehensive win over Walton in what was a very well spirited and competitive encounter.
On what was a very chilly evening with the occasional burst of sunshine, TABS took to the field to bat after losing the toss.
A slightly nervous Alex Hall opened up the batting with partner Charles Westmoreland but the pair soon stamped their authority on the bowling team with a combined 28 without loss.
Newcomers to the team, Max Olbison and Thomas Marriott contributed brilliantly with an additional 13 runs for 1 wicket lost.
Old Guard! (Walsh & Jarvis), added a further 24 runs for 2 wickets and Joseph Young, partnered by another debutant, Finn Brooks, closed out the batting to leave TABS on a respectable 266.
With ball in hand, Alex and Finn paired up and kept the Walton openers down to 17 runs with a wicket for Finn Brooks.
Oliver Walsh and Max Olbison then set to work in overs 5-9 losing just 1 run and picking up a wicket each. Charles and Thomas added insult to injury with 2 wickets from Thomas for a combined loss of only 15 runs.
It was then down to a combination of overs from from Young, Walsh and Jarvis to close the match out with Young and Jarvis taking a wicket each for the loss of 9 runs.
There was lots of very happy faces in the changing rooms after the match but biggest smile of the evening goes to Finn Brooks.
Well done boys, the perfect start.
Thanks to everyone for helping out.
DY
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Quiz night raises £1710.00

Well done to all concerned on raising £1710 at TABS annual quiz. The old girl will soon be going to the scrap heap in the sky.

Well done to all concerned on raising £1710 at TABS annual quiz. The old girl will soon be going to the scrap heap in the sky.

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Tutor2u TABS kit update

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Drury Sports will not be able to attend a training session.

Anna is happy for you to contact her via e mail anna@drurysports.com or by mobile if you have any questions re sizing etc. 07971248503

Games commence this week end.

 

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Double Celebrations for TABS Juniors.

Congratulations to TABS U17 on winning the Yorkshire Indoor Cup. A good start to the season.

Congratulations to TABS CC U17 on winning the Yorkshire Indoor Cup. A good start to the season.

Well done also to TABS CC U15 for winning the Yorkshire Indoor Cup

Congratulations also to TABS CC U15 on winning the Yorkshire Indoor Cup. Keep up the good work.

 

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