The Sunday Wrap – Week 14

Hayes CC Latest News

Sunday Wrap - Week 14

A game a week currently for Fin Baker’s Development side and Sidcup provided the opposition this week.

Electing to bat first, Liam Buttery and Fin opened the innings and were soon amongst the runs, a partnership of 129 was ended when Liam was caught.

Rowan Macdonald-Gay scored a quick 13 before he lost his wicket.

Max Beadle then kept Fin company with a steady 23* as Fin passed his century – his 3rd this season.  Finn finally falling LBW for a season best score of 125.

Sam Aylwin made 12 as Hayes finished on 271-4 in their 40 overs.

Sidcup were soon in trouble as Will Hadley produced a fine spell of 3-28 in his 8 overs.

In fact, all the bowlers bowled well with Johnny Wilkie – one of 3 Wilkie’s on show – also taking 3 wickets.

Luca Baker and Sam Aylwin also took a wicket each and it was left to man of the match Fin to finish of any last Sidcup resistance with just one over – bowled for 0 runs but taking 2 wickets.

Sidcup were dismissed for 155 in the 34th over.

Hayes are now in joint first position, with local rivals Bromley.

A depleted Women’s side travelled to Eastbourne for the Championship fixture – details will be on Play Cricket shortly, but invited to bat by the hosts, Hayes struggled to 157 in 22 overs.

Eastbourne made steady progress and got the win in the 26th over for the loss of only one wicket.

The Sunday 2’s made the short journey to Bromley Town, who won the toss and elected to bat.

The Hayes bowling suffered as The Town piled on the runs – the only wickets came from David Tappenden and Anthony Vernon, with the other wicket coming form a run-out.

Skipper Robert Taylor using 8 bowlers in an attempt to get a break-through.

The hosts finished on 270-3 in their 40 overs.

Hayes put on 39 for the opening wicket, Guy Munton being first out for 15.

Opening partner Shailendra Arya was enjoying himself and a splendid 64, containing 13 boundaries kept the Hayes hopes high, but running out of partners was always going to be an issue and he finally fell with the score on 117-7.

A spirited 44 from Hirmanshu Bhararra saw the score get to 177 before 2nd teamer Sam Millard, was last man out.

A 93 run win for our local rivals brought an end to another glorious weekend at Hayes.

Leave a Reply