Around the Yorkshire Council Fields – July 19, 1969

19 July 1969

South Yorkshire Times July 19, 1969

Around the Yorkshire Council Fields

Tense Game as Denaby and Cadeby were beaten

Cortonwood 107 Denaby and Cadeby 103

In a very exciting and tense again, Cortonwood just managed to scrape home to the Yorkshire Council victory over Denaby and Cadeby at Brampton, scoring 107 in dismissing the visitors for 103.

The match was marked by spot on bowling and fielding by both sides.

Both sides had a struggle to get runs against formidable bowling by Denaby and Cadeby’s Dick Lawley, who finished with seven for 27 in 19 overs, and Cortonwood’s Geoff Biram, who had six for 53 in 18 overs.

Opener John Walters went for a single with the score standing at six, and although Cyril Taylor, who joined Brian Hunsley, went for eight Hunsley went on to some big hitting, his score of 31 included seven fours it of Lawley and Parker at one stage Collingwood stood at 74 48, then a good partnership of 33 by Meadows and Byron took the score to 107. For Denaby and Cadeby, Hough took two wickets 29 and Colin Parker one for 43.

Denaby and kb added just tough job on always through, until Colin Parker went on to score 39 and put them in with a chance. He went as a victim of Biram.

The visitors were at one time 84 eight, then David Hough and Weedon took the score to 103. Geoff Bynum had both caught by Stan Johnson, and last one Lawley was an out with a direct throw by Alan Pollard. There was always some life in the wicket, and that, combined with the skill of bowlers on both sides, made it difficult for the batsmen.

Oughtibridge 134 for 8 Dearne 158 for 8

After losing four early wickets Oughtibridge finish on the wrong end of a losing draw, at home to Dearne miners welfare on Saturday.

Dearne batted first and made 158 for 8, of which 50 runs were added in the last eight or nine overs. Top scorers were Corby with 36 and Clark (26), while Trevor Tyas took three wickets for 34 runs.

Jenkinson (50) and Ken Marsh (19) steadied the Oughtibridge innings after the bad start. These two took the score to 90 – and well up with the clock – until four more wickets fell quickly – and Oughtibridge can only manage 134 for 8, despite a gallant attempt from Ernest Woodhouse who made 26 not out. Berresford took three wickets for 44 runs for Dearne.

Stocksbridge Old 158  Wath 91 for 5

Playing for the first success is that the season, stocks are All post a winning draw out of Wath at Bloomfield. Curious fact about the Old club is that in the last three of the four games which is their lot today for the season, they have scored with a run or so the same total, starting with 155 for 6, then 157 for 9 and now 158 all out

It was also a repetitive story for the origin of the bulk of the runs, for these have come in the three games from J Gott, who joined the club this season from Oughtibridge.

He had 3 six hits in his 43 before being stumped by  B. Walker, who put up really smart performances as the visitors keeper, being responsible for the dismissal by safe hands of three Old batsmen.

And a further indication of his ability was required, he only conceded a couple of byes.

Silverwood finished with three for 20 while Needham’s trio cost him 56 runs.

With the score 34 at the first wicket fall – collected in 42 minutes – P. Staves, left at the wicket by the departure of L. Peace (18), began to stick his toes in. When he was eventually dismissed at 65 44 his contribution over the space of 90 minutes had been a miserable 29 runs.

Having also caught be Lockwood, David Lockwood made it a hat-trick of catches when he snapped up D Richardson.

Overs run out for Wath when they were 91 for 5.

Hickleton Main  89 for 2  Leeds Zingari 87

Hickleton Main beat Leeds in Gary by eight wickets at Thurnscoe on Saturday in the Yorkshire Council.

Principal individual scorers for Leeds were D Ben 17 and C 15, and for Hickleton Main were W Dolan 32, A. Atkinson 25 and D. Garner 19 not out.

Best bowling performance for Hickleton were by K. Wilson five for 30, T Riley two for 19 and R Butler two for 19.