Broadwindsor Cricket Club

Broadwindsor CC Match Reports 2022

MWL = Mid Wessex League - 40 overs
F = Friendly
T = Tourists

Sun 1st May v Queen Camel CC (Away) - MWL
Cancelled due to bad weather.

Sun 8th May v Yeovil CC (Away) - MWL

Broadwindsor CC (193 for 4 wkts) beat Yeovil CC (192 for 9 wkts) by 6 wkts
A maiden century from 17 year old Adam Moss was the highlight of Broadwindsor’s 6 wicket victory in their opening Mid-Wessex League game at Yeovil on Sunday. The villagers skipper Ade Phillips put the home side into bat and they made steady progress with Foster (60) and Shorts (55) adding good runs as they looked set for a big total. Opening bowlers Nick Hollely (3-43) and Jack Ronan (3-23) both picked up wickets in their second spells, with Phillips (1-26) and Will Moss (1-17) opening their accounts for the season. Debutant Ollie Weatherall also bowled well with little luck in his 0-30 from 8 overs. The home side were contained well to finish on 192-9.Broadwindsor’s openers Will Moss (11) and Rob Meech (22) made a steady start but the innings was dominated by Adam Moss, whose superb century included 12 fours and 4 sixes, while 18 year old Weatherall showed a cool head with a patient 21 not out, as he added an unbroken 72 with Moss, who’s chanceless 103 not out saw the visitors cruise home with 17 balls to spare, finishing the game in style with a huge six.

Sun 15th May v Chard CC (Home) - MWL
Cancelled due to bad weather.

Sun 22nd May v Milborne Port CC (Away) - MWL
Milborne Port CC conceded.

Sun 29th May v Chairman's XI (Home) - F

Broadwindsor CC (120 for 3 wkts) beat Chairman's XI (117 all out) by 7 wkts
Broadwindsor continued their unbeaten start to the season with a fine 7 wicket victory in the annual game versus Clive Stafford-Smith's Chairman's XI on Sunday. Despite the absence of any former England internationals, the Chairman assembled a fine array of local talent, and they looked set for a big total after being put in as Chris Park (48), Ali Crawford (19) and Tom Fowler (12) saw them reach 96-2 at the drinks break. However the change bowlers turned the innings as medium pacers Ade Phillips (3-22), Jack Ronan (3-31) and Rob Meech (2-7) ran through the middle and lower order. There was also a superb direct hit run out from Will Moss as the Chairman's XI collapsed to 117 all out. The villagers looked in some trouble at 35-3 as Nick Hollely (2-27) made early breakthroughs but a fine unbroken partnership of 85 from Toby Pattemore (46 not out) and AdeWaddington (40 not out) saw them cruise home with over 17 overs to spare.

Sat 4th June v Beaminster 2nd XI (Home) - F

Sun 12th June v Street CC (Home) - MWL

Broadwindsor CC (133 for 4 wkts) beat Street CC (131 all out) by 6 wkts
Broadwindsor continued their winning start to the season with a hard fought 6 wicket victory over Street on Sunday. On winning the toss, the visitors elected to bat and made a steady start, reaching 85-2 at drinks, but when the dangerous Davey went for 52, the home bowlers stepped up with 2 wickets each for Ross Baker, Ali Crawford and skipper Ade Phillips. Opening bowler Tom Goatley was then brought back into the attack and ripped through the tail, taking 4-33 as Street were hustled out for 133. The home side’s reply was stuttering at 44-4 as opener Bradshaw took 3-38 but a superb unbroken 5th wicket partnership of 89 between Crawford (62 not out) and AdeWaddington (25 not out) steered Broadwindsor home and kept them at the top of the table.

Sun 19th June v Yeovil Royal Blasters CC (Home) - MWL

Broadwindsor CC (125 all out) beat Yeovil Royal Blasters CC (123 all out) by 2 runs
Broadwindsor pulled off an amazing 2 run victory to keep up their winning run in the Mid-Wessex League on Sunday. After a rain delayed start the game was reduced to 30 overs per side and visitors Yeovil Royal Blasters put the home team into bat. After a steady start the home team reached 90-1 with Rob Meech (40) making his highest score for the club, adding 67 with the prolific Adam Moss (39), but the innings subsided drastically as they lost their last 8 wickets for 35 runs to finish on 125. In reply the Blasters smashed their way to 76-2 off just 7 overs and looked to be cruising to victory, but skipper Ade Phillips (4-31) and Jack Ronan (3-30) hauled the villagers back into the game. With Ouseph (50) holding the innings together and just 3 needed, Nick Hollely (3-22) held his nerve to hold a steepling catch off his own bowling to see Broadwindsor sneak home by the barest of margins and therefore remain at the top of the League.

Sat 25th June v Beaminster 2nd XI (Away) - F

Broadwindsor CC (235 for 6 wkts) beat Beaminster 2nd XI (188 all out) by 47 runs
Broadwindsor made it 5 wins from 5 with a 47 run win at the Memorial Ground on Saturday. After being put in the villagers lost early wickets and looked in some trouble at 34-3 but a superb 61 from 15 year old Jack Ronan held the innings together. Ronan struck 10 fours in his first ever half century and added 44 with Mark Tozer (18). Skipper Ade Phillips was soon into his stride, hammering 8 fours and a six in a fine 70 not out, while Dan Hillier (34) added late runs as they closed on 235-6. In reply, the home innings was held together by opener Tim Hey, who struck a fine 92, but only his son Ollie (27) offered much support. All the villagers bowlers did there job, with Stafford-Smith (2-28), Rob Meech (2-34), Ronan (2-22) and Phillips (3-19) amongst the wickets. A superb boundary catch from Ryan Sweetman to dismiss Hey sealed the home team’s fate.

Sun 26th June v Axminster CC (Away) - F

Broadwindsor CC (227 for 7 wkts) beat Axminster CC (113 all out) by 114 runs
Another fine performance and another win on Sunday as Broadwindsor thumped Axminster by 114 runs. Electing to bat, the villagers innings was dominated by the in form Adam Moss, who struck a scintillating 97 (6 fours, 9 sixes). He got good support throughout the innings from Dan Hillier (28), Will Moss (26), Ali Crawford (22), and Rob Meech (19) as they totalled 229-7 from their 40 overs. In reply, the home team were soon in trouble as Jack Ronan (3-14) blew away the top order and after a recovery from Flint (39) and Jenkins (40) the partnership was broken during a fine spell from Giles Moss (5-1-13-1). Crawford then swept away the tail with 4-8 as Broadwindsor secured another victory.

Sun 3rd July v Cranmore CC (Home) - MWL

Broadwindsor CC (102 for 2 wkts) beat Cranmore CC (99 all out) by 8 wkts
Broadwindsor kept up their 100 per cent record and returned to the top of the league with a 8 wicket thrashing of Cranmore on Sunday. After winning the toss, skipper Ade Phillips inserted the visitors and gambled on opening the bowling with spinner Ali Crawford against the big hitting visitors. The gamble paid off as Jono Gudge took a steep long catch to dismiss the dangerous Williams, while Tom Goatley also struck early, and a run-out saw Cranmore reduced to 34-3. Change bowlers Phillips (3-20) and Jack Ronan (2-20), made further inroads, while Goatley (3-23) returned to mop up the tail as the visitors were hustled out for just 99. Despite the early loss of Chris Park (6), Dan Hillier and AdeWaddington added 35 useful runs for the 2nd wicket, while Hillier went on to a fine 57 not out (8 fours and 3 sixes) and saw the villagers home with Crawford also undefeated on 16.

Sun 10th July v Queen Camel CC (Home) - MWL

Sat 16th July v Beaminster 2nd XI (Home) - F

Sun 17th July v Chard CC (Away) - MWL

Sat 23rd July v Les Erbs CC (Home) - T

Sun 24th July v Street CC (Away) - MWL

Sat 30th July v Gulval CC (Home) - T

Sun 31st July v Hooke & Powerstock CC (Home) - F

Sun 7th August v Milborne Port CC (Home) - MWL

Sun 14th August v Yeovil Royal Blasters CC (Away) - MWL

Sun 21st August v Yeovil CC (Home) - MWL

Mon 29th August - Clive's XI v Barnes Common (Home) - T - 1.00pm

Sun 11th Sept v Cranmore CC (Away) - MWL - 1.30pm

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