TABS thirds went to Ovington on Saturday and amongst the heavy showers
triumphed by 42 runs.
Put in to bat TABS made 144 for 6. Going was tough
against tight bowling and on a slow pitch and big boundaries but quickfire
partnerships towards the end of 30 between Rowan Bentley (20) and Graham
Atkinson (12) and 36 in 5 overs between Matthew Bentley (22 no) and James Walsh
(13 no) brought respectability.
Ovington were soon in trouble as Archie
Youlden (2-12) and John Kitson (3-15) aided by 2 smart stumpings from Dave Ryder
reduced them to 40 for 6. They rallied and threatened to take it close but
Graham Atkinson (2-8) and Rowan Bentley (1-15) knocked out the tail. Ground
fielding was again excellent particularly from the juniors and 2 run outs came
from smart work from Edward Westmoreland and James Walsh.
This Sunday 2nd August TABS hosts visiting Australian team Canterbury CC.
Start time 1pm.
Please come and support TABS CC
1XI narrowly failed to chase down Maltons 215-7 at TABs. N Kasana 4-33. In response T Kilby 57, G Gibson 71 set up a good finish but just fell short. 205-9.
2XI away to Stamford Bridge. Stamford batted first 232-7. RWilliams 4-48. TABS in reply after rain delay 159-8. C Binnie 44, D Gibson 36.
3XI at home to Yapham. Yapham 127 all out, TABS 128-1. A great win, well done.
TABS young under 9 team travelled to Shadwell for the last game of the
On a good batting wicket Shadwell scored freely getting to
TABS in reply, facing some useful bowling scored 243, again showing
resolution and improvement.
Thanks to Matthew Davies for scoring look forward
to friendly game on August 16th at home.
Did anyone leave a bat behind?
Congratulations to U13’s who are through to the Nidderdale League Play offs on September 6th.
Let’s hope they can be League Champions
Then last junior training session takes place on Wed 22nd usual times.
Please bring your trophies along from last years presentation.
Tabs under 9 team acquitted themselves well today at the Saxton Tournament,
winning two out of three games in the first section. Eventually finishing 4th out of
the 8 teams who took part. It was a pleasing effort from such a young
Many thanks to those who assisted today especially Neil Brooks, Allan
Olbison and Andy Groves.