Please note that there is absolutely no parking at any time in The Pax car park. Please use the school car park on Dowkell Lane, and considerate parking elsewhere. Senior captains, team managers and head coach can park behind the changing rooms in the ground. Thank you.
Grateful Thanks to our SponsorsMany thanks to our Club Sponsor Tutor2U. Their generosity is greatly appreciated. Tutor2U has been the main sponsor of the club for many years now, and we are extremely grateful to Jim and Geoff Riley. Thanks also to Cameron Beaumont Optometrists Wetherby, St John Fisher Catholic High School Harrogate and Sterling Motors Thorp Arch for sponsoring our brand new Covers. Many thanks to Westmoreland Cars Thorp Arch, Thomlinsons and Spa Travel Boston Spa for their continuing support.
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Good luck to Andy & Wendy who tie the knot at Wood Hall tomorrow, We hope you have a lovely day, and wish you all the very best for the future. Andy has finally bowled his maiden over!!!
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Congratulations to TABS teams and players at this year’s Wetherby Junior Cricket League awards.
U11 and U13 league winners
u18 player George Gibson won the U18 league fielding award.
Joe Young U11 rep Player of the Year, and Wetherby News Player of the Year.
Luke Kilby (fielding) and George Gibson (batting) won awards for Joe Lumb rep cricket.
George Gibson also won The Bill Leaf trophy.
Junior presentation will be held at Grange Park, Wetherby 7-9pm
As always raffle prizes would be much appreciated, please bring along on the night.
U13 will have their presentation at the end of the evening due to rugby training
Hope to see you all there
congratulations to this month’s draw winners
1st prize John Orrell
2nd prize R Laver
3rd prize D Ryder
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.
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.
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.
1st prize S Gibson
2nd prize S Marriott
3rd prize G Murray
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.