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Jack Hampshire Cup Review
Updated: Monday, May 23, 2016 0:21
LEAGUE CREST SUNDAY, MAY 22

 

Azaad were the only Conference side to claim a Championship scalp as they delivered a first-round knockout to Hunslet Nelson.

Their bowlers held the key to a 27-run succes as they managed to defend a modest total of 125 against their higher-division rivals.

Mohammed Chisti (3-10) and Kashif Najam (3-28) kept the Nelson batsmen in check and dismissed them for just 98. Defeat was tough on Suleman Mohammed who took 5-28 for Nelson. Hanif Mahboob's 37 for Azaad was the game's top individual score.

Buttershaw St Paul's secured their place in the second round with a comfortable 80-run win over Great Preston.

Ben Platt (53no) and Jamie Robinson (48) led the way as Saints compiled a score of 210-6 in their 40 overs. Opening bowler Lee Russell had tidy figures of 2-21 in his eight over spell for Great Preston.

Darmesh Mistry (4-20 and Platt (3-23) prevented Great Preston from mounting a challlenge as they were bowled out for 130.

Heckmondwike & Carlinghow's first-ever Jack Hampshire Cup tie saw them suffer a nine-wicket defeat at the hands of Hopton Mills.

Only opener Matthew Crowther (29) looked at ease as they were dismissed for just 83 with Michael Carroll (3-23) and Bradley Drake (3-14) doing the damage.

Ashley Mackereth continued his good form by hitting four sixes and sixx fours as he sped Hopton Mills to their target in 12.5 overs with an unbeaten 60.

East Ardsley also had a comfortable victory as they recorded an eight-wicket success at East Leeds. The key to their win was the bowling of Ashley Battye (4-20) and Ashley Pearson (4-29) as East Leeds were all out for 138.

Luke Sandy (70no) led the victory charge and shared a second-wicket partnership of 132 with opener Julian Smith (48).

Max Davidson (4-28) and Matthew Haines (3-29) helped bowl out Rodley for 101 as Keighley also secured an eight-wicket triumph. Joe Metcalf (29no) and Robert Young (28) provided the only resistance. Andrew Wear (47) dominated an opening stand of 84 with Luke Chapman (28no) as Keighley eased home.

Two more teams to record eight wicket wins were Ossett and Gildersome. Opener Richard Whitehurst hit two sixes and nine fours in his 77 not out as Ossett passed Wakefield St Michael's total of 142 in 29.4 overs. Khalid Usman (49no) shared an unbroken third-wicket stand of 98 with Whitehurst. Opener Johnny Bowett's 74 was the highlight for St Michael's.

Khalid Liaquat took 3-19 as Gildersome dismissed Crossbank Methodists for 90 and opener Liam Pearson hit 50 from just 28 balls as Gildersome reached their target in 13.1 overs.

Adwalton secured their passage to the next round but their two-wicket win over Oulton was far from easy. Tom Lindsay took 4-13 as Oulton were rolled over for 86, but Adwalton found batting equally tricky when they replied.

Matthew Boucher (4-15) ensured a nail-biting finish before Adwalton crept over the line with eight wickets down.


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