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1sts Win & 2nds Promoted!
Tues 1st Sept


The first XI bounced back from their disappointing loss to Thame with a comfortable 7 wicket win at home to Twyford. Bowling first, Openers Ahad Khan & Arjun Jhala each took 2 early wickets before George Humphries (4-49) and Iqbal John (2-21) continued the good early work as Twyford struggled to 120 all out inside 30 overs. In reply, Nick Cadman (34) & Doug Aris (33*) saw Brickhill home comfortably for the loss of 3 wickets inside 20 overs.

The second XI secured promotion to division 3 with a thrilling 3 run win away to Brackley. Asked to bat, Brickhill's batmsen struggled on a damp wicket but young opener Marcus Critchley batted with great patience to top score with 42 but with Brickhill 88-8, Julian Blackwell batted superbly for a vital 28 not out to see Brickhill to 139-9 off 53 overs. In reply, Blackwell bowled with excellent control to take 2-25 off 15 overs allowing young spinner Hamid Miah to collect 4 wickets but with a late partnership threatening, Harry Kearns took 2 vital wickets to seal victory with 4 runs needed.

The third XI lost by 8 wickets away to Winslow Town. Brickhill fell to 85 all out and were only able to take 2 Winslow wickets in the second innings which leaves them 4th in the table at the end of the season.


The Beds Sunday First XI were crowned champions of Division 2 for their 3rd consecutive promition after the game was abandoned due to weather conditions. Well done to skipper Gary Phillips and all the Sunday players and supporters.

The Beds Sunday Second XI were away to Eversholt and lost by 103 runs chasing 188.

Title Hopes Ended with Loss
Wed 24th Aug


The first XI's hopes of winning division 1 were ended after a defeat to league leaders Thame by 59 runs. Winning the toss and fielding first, Brickhill managed to restrict Thame to 227-9 off 53 overs with spinners Iqbal John (3-57) and Ahad Khan (3-64) the pick of the bowlers. In reply Brickhill lost both openers early before Archie Hammond (24) and Doug Aris (35) looked to rebuild but regular wickets continued to fall as Brickhill could only manage to reach 168 all out.

The second XI remained top of division 4 with a 6 wicket win at home to Witney Mills. Fielding first on a very good batting pitch, Witney Mills's Dan Swindells (135) made the most of the conditions as they posted 268-7 off 53 overs. Hamid Miah (3-78) bowled an excellent long spell in the conditions to help contain one end. In reply, openers Marcus Critchley (44) and Adam Boad (56) put on 87 for the first wicket before Jilesh Pattni (75) & Greg MacDonald (76*) were able to maintain momentum to help chase the total down inside 44 overs for the loss of only 4 wickets.

The third XI's promotion hopes were ended after a disappointing defeat at home to league leaders Elstow. Wickets were difficult to come by as Elstow managed to make 194-4 off 44 overs, James Wagg taking 2-41. In reply, Matthew Ward top scored with 25 as Brickhill were all out for 116.


The Beds Sunday First XI remain in first position in division 2 with a rain-affected 33 run victory over Ampthill 2s. Iqbal John & Jilesh Pattni each scored 38 as Brickhill posted 165-8 off 25 overs. In reply, Satchi Mahendran took 5-19, well supported by Shiv Jhala (3-19) and Iqbal John (2-30) as Ampthill were all out for 132 in 22.4 overs.

The Beds Sunday Second XI won by 5 wickets against Flitwick 3s. Asif Khan & Mike Smith each took 3 wickets as Flitwick were all out for 133. In reply, Austin John top scored with 44 not out as the score was chased for the loss of 5 wickets.

Humphries' Heroics in Vain
Wed 12th Aug


The first XI lost ground on league leaders Thame after a disappointing loss to Long Marston by 26 runs. Fielding first, Brickhills openers Ahad Khan & Arjun Jhala both bowled economically before George Humphries bowled the spell of the season to remove 8 of the Long Marston batsmen for only 32 runs off 14.1 overs to leave Long Marston all out for 117. In reply, Brickhill were unable to keep wickets in hand against good bowling as Archie Hammond top scored with 27 but as regular wickets continued to fall, Brickhill were left 91 all out after 29 overs.

The second XI climbed to the top of division 4 after comfortably beating Chearsley by 9 wickets. Bowling first, Drew Burrows was the pick of the bowlers, taking his second 6 for against Chearsley this season as they were all out for 105. In reply, opener Patrick Prasad continued his fine form hitting an unbeaten 85 as the target was reached for the loss of only 1 wicket.

The third XI remain second in the four counties division 5 after a well earned win against Eaton Bray 2nd XI. Fielding first, Ed Marshall (4-41) & James Wagg (2-29) were the main contributers as Eaton Bray were restricted to 201-7 off 44 overs. In reply, Chris Jones (30), Dave Allen (42), Gary Phillips (38) and Glenn Burrows (60) all chipped in as the score was reached 5 down inside 39 overs.


The Beds Sunday First XI remain in second place in division 2 after beating Kempston Hammers by 15 runs. Batting first, 3 of the top 4 made starts but Jilesh Pattni (34) top scored as others failed to go on. This left George Morris & Hamid Miah to put on 120 run partnership at a run a ball with Morris eventually out for 71 and Miah left unbeaten on 53 as they finished on 222-5 off 40 overs. In reply, Drew Burrows & James Wagg each took two wickets as Kempston struggled to keep up with the scoring rate, finishing on 207-8 off 40 overs.

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