Johnny White scores 102* at Scarborough

Congratulations to TABS U13 Johnny White on scoring 102* for North Yorkshire v Bradford Schools at Scarborough. A fantastic achievement. Please can you do the same on Saturday for TABS 2XI?

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TABS U11’s Keep up their winning ways.

A bright but chilly evening took TABS U11’s away to Church Fenton in the Wetherby League Pairs.
Electing to bat, TABS set a target of 290 with James G top scoring on 18 runs hitting a big 6 in the process. A tricky cross wind was making the ball move around a little but the team, losing only 2 wickets, appeared to be up to the challenge.
After tea TABS set out their stall almost immediately with wickets from Giaan, James G and Will C.
A great bowling performance all round with no wides and only 2 no balls from 16 overs.
Church Fenton were not able to get any kind of momentum going and finished all out for 190 runs.
The TABS U11’s keep marching on!!
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Under 15s overcome Barwick

The under 15s continued their unbeaten start to the season with a 46 run win over
Barwick.

TABS batted first and posted a commanding 140 for 3 built around
contributions of 40 retired from Frank Price, Harry Contreras and Luke
Kilby.

Using 10 bowlers, TABS restricted Barwick to 94 for 6 with Luke Kilby
( 3 for 0) Ollie Riley ( 2 for 6) and Henry Pritchard ( 1 for 21) the wicket
takers.

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Win for U17s at Garforth PC

A trip to Garforth PC provided a win for U17s. TABS  won the toss and chose to bowl.  Wickets for Kilby 3, R White 3,  O Riley  1, left an 8 man Garforth team    14 -7.  Gibson 14,  and J White 1, knocked off the runs in 2 overs.  No fixture next Monday, but we may well do some training instead, info to follow.

 

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U11s Triumph over Great Ouseburn

Friday evening saw the U11’s face their first real opposition to test their cricketing skills.

Winning the toss and electing to bat first TABs were 19 for 2 after the third over, not the start they were looking for, Giaan holing out an excellent catch at square leg and Will getting a leading edge to a ball that stopped on him.
This brought James and Dane to the crease who shared in an unbeaten 72 run partnership with both batsmen having to retire having scored 32 runs each.
Quick flourish at the end from George who was unselfishly run out going for a second run in an attempt to score quick runs supported by Tom and Ollie C who had free reign to swing the bat saw TABS home with a final score of 114 for 3 off 16 overs.

Ouseburn started strongly and were soon on 41 for 1 after 6 overs.  The batsmen putting pressure on what is normally an excellent fielding  TABs side cause some panic in the ranks and on the sidelines from the parents.
However once wickets started to fall control of the game was soon restored.

As the light faded TABS had to rely on the spin of Dane and Joe who tied the Ouseburn batsmen down restricting the opposition to 85 for 5 leaving the  U11’s still unbeaten.

This was a great team effort with all the players rallying and supporting each other and each doing their bit in the field when needed.

“Aggers”
Daily Bails to Wales
Cricket Correspondent.

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U9 lose by 8 runs

A good effort from the team this morning at Bardsey.  Improving performances, just need to practice calling and running between the wickets. This made the difference today. Many thanks for your support. see you on Weds.

DG

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Under 15s overcome Colton in the cup

TABS under 15 overcame a stubborn Colton
team to advance  to the next round of the cup.

Winning the toss TABS opted to
bat and posted 93 for 6 built round partnerships of 34 between Rowan Bentley
(19) and Harry Contreras (40 retired) and 33 between Harry and James Walsh (10
not out).

Steady TABS bowling put early pressure on the Colton batsmen. Will
Pritchard bowled an excellent tight line in conceding only 9 in his 4 overs. His
opening partner Will Morrison ( 2-12) was equally accurate and there were
wickets for Archie Youlden( 1-11) and Dan Kilby (1-3) before Henry Pritchard
(2-3) and Cai Farrington (1-4) cleaned up.

Generally Tabs were good in the
field with Dan Kilby’s  very sharp chance at backward point the pick of 4 good
catches by the boys. Frank Price was his usual  tidy self behind the timbers and
the game finished on a run out from a smart pick up and throw from Jack
Farrington.

On to the next round! Well done.

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TABS 3rds still top after 4th win from 4

The 3rds made it 4 from 4 with a comfortable win over Ovington. Winning the toss and asking Ovington to bat, Tabs
were immediately on top with John Kitson cleaning up the opening batsman with the first ball of the game. Bowling straight and full Tabs knocked Ovington over for 73. Benedict Tomlinson 4-16 was chief wicket taker but there were 2 wickets each for John Kitson, Adam Tomlinson and Pat Flannery.
An assured second wicket stand of 59 between Graham Casey (20) and Edward Westmoreland on his debut (31)
saw Tabs close leaving Rowan Bentley ( 8 not out) to strike the winning runs.
Another great day. Thanks to all who played and also to Richard Laver for
scoring and Rachel and Evan Bentley for making and setting out a super tea.
MB

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2XI Temporary scorer required

Please can you help?

Scorer required please until GCSE’s are finished.

contact:  julesg7@aol.com

thank you

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U11 – Wetherby League

A blustery evening saw the arrival of Saxton to TABS for what will be the first of 2 encounters between the 2 sides this week.
TABS opted to bat first, Dane Emmott leading the way with an impressive 24 runs from 15 balls including 5 x 4’s. Ben Jarvis and Thomas Pritchard contributed with 18 and 19 runs respectively setting a total of 307 for Saxton to try and chase down.
Saxton managed 17 runs in their first 8 overs but with their wicket falling 3 times it left a lot of work for their remaining batsmen to close the gap. A late rally from Saxtons closing batsmen saw them finish on 236 runs. Joseph Young took 2 for 19, with Dane Emmott and Oliver Walsh also picking up wickets.
Will this bubble ever burst?
Another convincing display boys, Well Done.
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