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SURREY MEN’S INDOOR CRICKET LEAGUE UPDATE


SURREY SLAM ICL- AMESBURY

Godalming, who still top the table, played Chiddingfold this week, who chose to field first. Godalming put a goliath score on the board with 172. They defended it easily, winning by over 100 runs with Chiddingfold only managing 88 in their 12 overs.

In the other game, Churt chose to field against Wonersh and it proved to be the right decision as they bowled them out for just 54 off 11.1 overs. A very easy chase was completed in 4.2 overs with losing a wicket.

SURREY SLAM ICL- DOWNSEND

Oxted & Limpsfield, who are top of the table, played Kempton CC. They only managed 103, which has been chased down many times before this season. However, they put they bowled Kempton out for 71.


Chessington School played BEC Old Boys. Winning the toss and electing to field, BEC Old Boys batted to the end and put a defendable 115 on the board. Chessington School, however seemed to have no problems as their top order scored 95 in just 47 balls between them for an easy win.


SURREY SLAM ICL- FULLBROOK

Walton-on-Thames had a close game this week against last year’s winners, Chertsey. Walton elected to field first and Chertsey put a score of 131 on the board for Walton to try and chase down. Walton put in a very good batting performance and ran it close at the end as they won the game on the 2nd ball of the penultimate over.


SURREY SLAM ICL- CROYDON



SURREY SLAM ICL- Wimbledon This week the gap widens at the top of the Thursday table with three teams set to pull away from the rest of the pack if they win their games in hand. Two teams sit top of the table on 24 points, and they are unbeaten, suggesting a very exciting fixture when they play each other.


Guys and St Thomas’s Hospital CC had the biggest win this week as they beat Roehampton by 52 runs. Their batters scored evenly throughout the overs, ending up accumulating a score of 113. When it came to the fielding, they dominated with a great bowling display from Pranav Sreedharan who took out the top three.


With all the teams having played 7 fixtures in the Wednesday division, Old Hamptonians remain on top of the league although they dropped points when they played Wimbledon Corinthians who managed to beat them. They set a strong competitive score of 109 which put Old Hamptonians under pressure. They started well but a small batting collapse proved catastrophic, and they were unable to rescue it.

In the middle of the pack, three teams are neck and neck on 12 points: it’s proving to be a very close race between the three. Kingstonian CC had a major upset beating Wimbledon Corinthians CC showing that they have signs of moving up the table and putting pressure on the teams above.

Bringing up the rear are Roehampton CC who failed this week to get their batting going. After a decent performance with the ball and bowling Azaad out, they were unable to complete the run chase successfully.