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Tough Weekend for GBCC
Mon 25th July


The 1st XI were away to Aston Rowant CC IIs and lost a close contest by 4 wickets. Batting first, Brickhill lost 3 early wickets before captain Graeme Carter & Hayden Symmonds batted superbly to put on a 200 run partnership for the 4th wicket, Symmonds falling for an excellent 87. Carter was finally out for 133 as Brickhill were all out for 286 with a ball to spare. In the field, George Humphries and Satchi Mahendran each took 2 wickets but Brickhill were unable to stem the flow of runs on a good batting wicket and some late big overs from the home side ensured they reached the target 6 wickets down with 1 over to spare.

The 2nd XI were at home to Banbury CC IIIs and lost by 6 wickets. Batting first, Brickhill lost 3 early wickets as only Jilesh Pattni was able to offer resistance in the top order making 40 as the side fell to 125-8. Lee Morgan & Drew Burrows then put on 46 runs for the 9th wicket to allow Brickhill to get up to 177 all out. In reply Banbury batted sensibly and without run rate pressure were able to reach the target comfortably for the loss of 4 wickets in 40 overs.

The 3rd XI were at home to New Bradwell CC IIs and won by 4 wickets. Fielding first, young seamer Asif Khan bowled excellently to take 5-12 off 7 overs and was well backed up by captain Glenn Burrows (3-33) as New Bradwell were all out for 108 inside 27 overs. In reply Chris Jones top scored with 28 as the score was reached comfortably 6 wickets down in 25 overs.


The 1st XI were away to Ickleford CC and lost by 48 runs. Bowling first, Anton De Beer (3-23) and Ed Marshall (3-40) were the pick of the bowlers but Ickleford maintained a high scoring rate throughout the rinnings and posted 263 in 44 overs. In reply, Jilesh Pattni (43), Anton De Beer (57) and Arjun Jhala (44) all batted well but none were able to go to the large score needed to reach the total as Brickhill were all out for 215 in 42 overs.

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5 Wins for the Weekend!
Mon 18th July


The 1st XI were at home to Tiddington CC and won by 3 wickets. With Tiddington batting first, Brickhills bowlers put on a disciplined display on a good batting wicket to restrict Tiddington 213 all out inside 43 overs with Arjun Jhala taking 5-31, well supported by Satchi Mahendran taking 2-29. In reply opener Mark Nelson returned to form with an imperious display of ball striking, making 97 before Graeme Carter (42) and Hayden Symmonds (29) all but saw the team home for the loss of 7 wickets in 43 overs.

The 2nd XI were away to Tiddington CC IIs and won by 6 wickets. Fielding first, Brickhills openers James Wagg & Lee Morgan each took 3 wickets in their spells to leave Tiddington struggling before Hamid Miah and Drew Burrows continued the worked with 2 wickets each as Tiddington were all out for 84. The chase began with difficulty as Brickhill lost 3 early wickets but young opener Marcus Critchley remained composed, ending up with an unbeaten 37 and seeing the side home for the loss of 4 wickets.

The 3rd XI were away to Eggington Forresters CC IIs and won comfortably by 8 wickets. Kieron Burke bowled an excellent spell to take 5-26 as Eggington were all out for 94. Chris Jones (39*) & Matt Ward (24*) made light work of the chase as the target was reached for the loss of 2 wickets.

The 4th XI were at home to Wing with Wingrave CC IIs and won by 9 wickets. Fielding first, captain Dave Allen took 6-26 as Wing were all out for 81 in 17 overs. Adam Goldberg top scored in the reply with 37 as the target was reached for the loss of only 1 wicket.


The 1st XI were at away to Cople CC and lost by 78 runs. Bowling first, Hamid Miah took 3 wickets but the bowlers struggled to stem the flow of runs as Cople posted 280-6 off 45 overs. In reply Brickhill lost 3 early wickets but captain Arjun Jhala scored his 3rd half century in a row but when he was out for 69 hopes faded as Brickhill eventually fell to 202 all out.

The 2nd XI were at home to Eggington CC IIs and won their first match of the season by 5 wickets. Bowling first, openers Harry Kearns and Ed Marshall restricted Eggington well but some middle order hitting in the second half powered Egginton to 250-7 off 40 overs. In reply, openers Harry Kearns and Dave Cooney (54) put on 150 for the first wicket before Harry Kearns was eventually out for a superb 114 leaving Ed Marshall 44* to see the side home in an excellent chase.

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