TABS 1XI beat top of the table Ripon

TABS travelled to Ripon trying to keep up the good recent run. Winning the toss captain Jones put the opposition into bat.

Wickets soon tumbled thanks to opener Niti Kasana who was impressive again, bowling 10-2-3-36, backed up by the equally impressive Toby Wells, 12-1-1-22.

Eshaan running out the opening bat with a terrific return throw, and a great caught behind by Gibson kept TABS in with a chance. Luke Kilby 9-0-3-34 and Simon Marriott 12-2-2-35 bowled good line and length.

Ripon all out 131.

On a slow wicket caution was needed, openers Binnie and Whatmore started well, however, once Binnie departed, followed by George the wickets tumbled.

Guy Whatmore keeping the scoreboard moving and getting past 50 won us the match. Captain Jones holding the game together at the end with Toby Wells nudging the winning run.

A low scoring game producing a nail biting finish. 30 points in the bag against top of the table, a great effort by the team. Well done.

 

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Mark Powell

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Mark Powell. Mark Powell was a lifelong cricket fan, player and supporter of both his sons Will and Josh in their love of the game. Mark played regular cricket for neighbours Kirk Deighton.

Josh played junior cricket at TABS until this year and Will is still a vital cog in the TABS junior setup, performing to a very high standard for both U15 and U17’s.

Over the years Mark has helped to run junior sides at TABS and always offered to umpire or coach if needed. He has run Wetherby League junior sides for the past four years and managed the Leeds District U15 side this season despite his deteriorating health.

At this most difficult time, we as a club offer Josephine, Marks wife, Josh and Will our prayers thoughts and condolences.

He will be greatly missed.

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Win for 1XI v Easingwold

TABS entertained Easingwold at the tutor2u oval – where Easingwold elected to bat.

Niti Kasana was the first to strike grabbing an early wicket LBW. Despite some aggressive stroke play, Niti grabbed another wicket caught by Eshaan at point.

Jacob Tomlinson opened the bowling with a consistent spell, 10 overs 0-33. Luke Kilby snaffled a wicket and a great run out by Niti dismissing the opening batsmen for 60 with a direct hit. Terrific stuff Niti!  A wicket for Kilby senior followed.

Easingworld finished 198-7 off 45.

Niti 4 wickets for 39 runs.

After tea and cake TABS batted. Gibson senior was significantly elevated up the order to open with Kilby senior.

Kilby senior first to go gloving an in swinger onto his stumps.

George joined his dad at the crease and for a while it was looking promising. Senior scoring quite well prior to getting bowled, enter Captain Jones who unusually had a bad day with the bat edging one to the keeper

George continued to find the boundary until he fell to a leading edge for 33. Suddenly we were in trouble when Eshaan fell caught and bowled.

Enter Luke (34) and Benedict who kept the scoring going prior to drinks. After Benedict fell Simon “back from holiday” Marriott played well for 28 along with the fired up Zofi Akhtar.

The tension was too much for some; 90 needed off 90 balls, the opposition were confident, however, Akhtar produced a massive innings scoring a well managed 28 leaving Niti to hit 14 off 4 balls to win the match with 5 balls remaining. The winning runs coming with a magnificent 6.

30 points in the bag.

Celebrations followed in the changing room and in The Pax.

MOTM Niti Kasaana, well played TABS.

Thanks to Steve Trueman for umpiring and Richard Laver for scoring.

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100 Club July

1st prize S Gibson

2nd prize S Marriott

3rd prize G Murray

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Win for 1XI v Tadcaster

TABS 1XI entertained local rivals Tadcaster at the tutor2u oval.

Winning the toss and putting Tad into bat demon opener Niti took a wicket with the second delivery of the game.

Tadcaster recovered and scored freely, however, further wickets for Niti (4-67) Luke Kilby, Tom, Guy and debutant Will Morrison kept the opposition to 251/9.

After tea and cake and a pep talk from Captain Jones we took on the run chase. Tom Kilby started well prior to missing a straight one and departing for a shower, Guy Whatmore escaping nappy changing duties continued to find the boundary along with George Gibson.

Whatmore soon to depart for 40. Enter the captain, elevated up the order, Jones and Gibson put on 97 prior to George being caught for 42 runs. Jones then fell to a great catch for a terrific 65.

The chase was on and with Luke (38)finding the boundary easily and along with Eshaan(34) the runs flowed. Niti hitting the winning runs for a well deserved 30 points against our local rivals.

Celebrations continued in the Pax along with the victorious 2nd team.

Thanks to Phil for umpiring and Sateera for scoring.

Next week at home to Easingworld.

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TABS U11 make it 14 from 14

The final match of the season for TABS U11 saw a visit from Wetherby CC.

A cracking evening for cricket and a TABS team knowing that no-one could take the league title away from them, allowed our boys to relax and enjoy the moment.
Captain Joseph Young won the toss and made no hesitation in putting TABS in to bat.
Alex Hall and Finn Brooks opened up with Hall in the mood to hit some big shots scoring 20 runs backed up perfectly by Brooks who added 5 of his own.
Young and Max Olbison batted overs 5-8 with Young tearing in to Wetherby scoring 24 runs and Olbison topping their combined total to 31 including 10 impressive singles between them, (we’ve got Joe Young running guys!!!!)
Joash Duggal and Felix Hynes played controlled cricket and kept their wicket intact whilst adding another 5 leaving Oliver Walsh and Charles Westmoreland to pick off a string of singles and 2’s for a combined 22 runs putting TABS on 282.
Walsh fancied a bit of glove work behind the stumps so Westmoreland took his overs of bowling but he’d have to wait for his turn with the ball. Hall and Brooks bowled 1-4 and restricted the Wetherby openers to 11 runs while Hall also picked up a wicket as well as a maiden in his first over.
Duggal and Hynes were tight with their runs too only conceding 11 including a wicket from a Hynes Yorker on middle stump. Olbison, Hall and Young bowled 9-12 with Olbison taking a wicket for the loss of only 6 runs, Hall losing only 3 from his extra over and Young bowling a wicket maiden with his first over of the match. The final 4 overs were left to Westmoreland and Young. Westmoreland bowling lost only 8 runs and Young bowled another maiden over before taking a wicket for the loss of 1 run in his and TABS final over of the season. Wetherby finishing on 227.
What can I say? At the risk of repeating myself, well done to everyone who has played and contributed to our winning season. There have been some nervy moments along the way as well as some tears and plenty of laughs.
I cannot emphasise enough how proud I am of this achievement given that we have almost always been a team of 50% U11 & 50% U9. My expectations at the start of the year were more geared towards player development than winning titles and I could never have imagined we would have gone 14 from 14 in the league.
I sign off the season with a short statement, TABS is a wonderful club and it brings me so much joy to be part of it that I will miss it greatly in the off season. Thank You to everyone who has helped me make this season a successful one whether in the tuck shop, tidying up or keeping the kids focused on and off the field etc. A special thank you to Allan Olbison who has scored for me in every match bar 1 (Thanks Tony Walsh for that one). Knowing that we as coaches have this support just makes everything that little bit easier and allows us to crack on and help our kids achieve their goals.
Hopefully I will see you all at the presentation evening

DY

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1XI winning draw v top of the table Pannal

TABS 1XI travelled to table topping Pannal looking to pull off an upset.

Losing the toss we were put into bat by our hosts.

Chairman Gough celebrating his 35th birthday opened the batting with Guy Whatmore. Despite a lofted drive for 6 the Chairman soon departed with the score on 23. George Gibson joined Guy and proceeded to find the boundary with ease.

Guy soon sped past 50 as did George. On 87 Guy mistimed one and was caught. A terrific innings with some fantastic stroke play watched by club president and ambassador Arnie and Ryan Sidebottom.
George and Captain Jones helped the score along prior to George being well caught on the boundary for a solid 64.

Enter Eshaan Kapoor (45 not out) who proceeded to spank the ball to all parts ably assisted by Benedict Tomlinson (25 not out) auditioning for an Olympic sprint team, showing terrific speed between the wickets.

TABS closed on 281/5, a solid total, or was it?

Following tea and cake we set to the field. On a muggy afternoon even our elder statesman Dale Gibson was seen sweating in the field. The openers started well putting the ball to all parts. It took a magnificent caught and bowled from Luke Kilby to make the breakthrough dismissing Rob Ellis for 62.

There then proceeded to be a long delay after Zofi had taken what at first seemed a good catch on the boundary only for the opposition to query its validity. After a long debate between all and sundry a 6 was given and the game resumed.

Kilby struck again in the following over, the opposition were deflated as Andy Ellis was bowled for 106. Despite a mini revival Pannal never looked like chasing down the total and with a couple of dolly drop overs from Guy Whatmore nursing a bruised foot, a run out and a solid finish from openers Niti Kasana and Toby Wells who both took wickets caught by George the opposition finished on 260/5.

25 points for TABS. A fantastic team effort.

Thanks to Rob Parsons for umpiring and Richard Laver for scoring, and to Pannal for a good game and great teas.

Next week at home to Tadcaster.

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Tabs U9 v S Milford B

On a lovely sunny Sunday morning, the Tabs team were playing the final game of the season away to South Milford B. Captained by Freddie Dunn, Tabs batted first posting an impressive 287, big hitting from Fin Melber hitting fours for fun; six in total helped Tabs get off to a great start partnered with Will Richmond. Olivia and Harneeka came in next putting on 23 with the loss of just one wicket, an impressive 17 by Olivia. Will Gawthorpe, the pocket rocket, and Freddie Dunn made 12 for the loss of just 1 wicket, Will hitting two fours, and then Joash and Max finishing off our batting with a solid partnership of 34, losing just the 1wicket. Great effort by all and plenty of fours!!
Our bowling was just as impressive as our batting managing to take 7 wickets, stand out bowling from Max with 2 wickets for zero runs! 2 wickets for Harneeka, Will and one a piece from Finn and Joash. Overall a very satisfying win and a deserving one too, a great result to end a very good season! Well done everyone!
JD

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U9 Saxton tournament

Tabs entered the end of season under 9's tournament at Saxton cricket club and competed right from the very first ball.   The team consisting of Edward Long,  Seb Long,  Joash Duggal,  Harneeka Duggal,  Gabby Hall,  Elliot Davies,  Max Olbison and James Hall all played fantastically well wearing the Tabs shirt with pride!  We played Church Fenton first where we managed to get revenge from the previous weeks tournament when they beat us,  star player being James Hall who hit 3 sixes helping Tabs to a competitive 245.  We then managed to restrict them to 227 with Joash picking up 2 wickets in the final over.  Onto our second game versus Berwick,  we put up 265,  Joash hitting a 6, Max hitting four 4s and James hitting three 4s.  The others also chipped in with clever batting and excellent running between the wickets.   We just had too much for Berwick in the end who only managed 223, Harneeka getting 2 wickets and Joash and Max getting a wicket each.   A really great effort by the team!  The final match was the crunch game v Whitkirk.   Whoever would have won the game would have overall won the whole tournament.   We bowled first and we're set a very challenging target of 280, Whitkirk making the most of the small boundaries.   Only wicket was taken by Joash who bowled a beautifully looped leg spin delivery enticing the batsman to go for a big shot,  got the edge and Harneeka took the catch behind the stumps!  Very satisfying indeed!  Our batting was just a little lacking as we made 246 but still an excellent effort by the team who all played in the right spirit,  very respectful and polite, a real credit to TABS.  We can all hold our heads up high and definitely look forward to next season!  Keep practicing!! JD

Tabs entered the end of season under 9’s tournament at Saxton cricket club and competed right from the very first ball. The team consisting of Edward Long, Seb Long, Joash Duggal, Harneeka Duggal, Gabby Hall, Elliot Davies, Max Olbison and James Hall all played fantastically well wearing the Tabs shirt with pride! We played Church Fenton first where we managed to get revenge from the previous weeks tournament when they beat us, star player being James Hall who hit 3 sixes helping Tabs to a competitive 245. We then managed to restrict them to 227 with Joash picking up 2 wickets in the final over.
Onto our second game versus Berwick, we put up 265, Joash hitting a 6, Max hitting four 4s and James hitting three 4s. The others also chipped in with clever batting and excellent running between the wickets. We just had too much for Berwick in the end who only managed 223, Harneeka getting 2 wickets and Joash and Max getting a wicket each. A really great effort by the team!
The final match was the crunch game v Whitkirk. Whoever would have won the game would have overall won the whole tournament. We bowled first and we’re set a very challenging target of 280, Whitkirk making the most of the small boundaries. Only wicket was taken by Joash who bowled a beautifully looped leg spin delivery enticing the batsman to go for a big shot, got the edge and Harneeka took the catch behind the stumps! Very satisfying indeed! Our batting was just a little lacking as we made 246 but still an excellent effort by the team who all played in the right spirit, very respectful and polite, a real credit to TABS. We can all hold our heads up high and definitely look forward to next season! Keep practicing!!
JD

 

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Qatar U11tour

Joseph Young represented TABS CC in a friendly vs a Qatar U11 touring side at Wetherby CC on Monday 24/7/16. Having 13 players, Joseph kindly sat out of the batting lineup. Bowling 4 overs in the 25 Over match and his figures of 1 for 7 including a wicket maiden was the best of all the players involved. Joseph is pictured with the 2 Qatari Leg Spinners.

Joseph Young represented TABS CC in a friendly vs a Qatar U11 touring side at Wetherby CC on Monday 24/7/16.
Having 13 players, Joseph kindly sat out of the batting lineup. Bowling 4 overs in the 25 Over match and his figures of 1 for 7 including a wicket maiden was the best of all the players involved.
Joseph is pictured with the 2 Qatari Leg Spinners. 

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