Coventry and North Warwickshire v Moseley
Birmingham and District Premier League Premier Division 2007
VenueBulls Head Ground, Coventry on 15th September 2007 (1-day single innings match)
Balls per over6
TossCoventry and North Warwickshire won the toss and decided to field
ResultMoseley won by 130 runs
PointsCoventry and North Warwickshire 4 (Batting 1, Bowling 3); Moseley 24
UmpiresDR Cook, PRF Jones
ScorersC Bristow, D Parkes

Moseley inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
LC Parkerst D Jakeman b J Jakeman87      
IWE Stokesst D Jakeman b Singh37      
SPG Chaseb Singh6      
HR Joneslbw b J Jakeman27      
MAV Bellb Singh11      
CS MacLeodb Singh37      
A Taylorst D Jakeman b Singh10      
Ashfak Hussainnot out16      
Usman Awannot out3      
*+JD Robinsondid not bat      
NR Chasedid not bat      
Extras(15 b, 11 lb, 3 nb, 8 w)37
Total(7 wickets, innings closed, 55 overs)271
Fall of wickets:
1-139 (Parker), 2-160 (SPG Chase), 3-177 (Stokes), 4-203 (Bell), 5-203 (Jones), 6-228 (Taylor), 7-267 (MacLeod)
Coventry and North Warwickshire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Altree8   1180--
Eburah9   0440--
Lilley5   1350--
J Jakeman18   5852--
Singh15   1635--

Coventry and North Warwickshire inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
J Jakemanc Bell b MacLeod8      
R Hughesc Bell b Ashfak Hussain2      
Z Akhlaqueb Ashfak Hussain15      
P Singhc Robinson b Parker40      
C Macconaciec MacLeod b Bell4      
*TR Bristowlbw b Bell4      
M Cookb Parker10      
+D Jakemanst Robinson b NR Chase2      
FD Eburahc Parker b MacLeod16      
MV Lilleyb MacLeod11      
DA Altreenot out0      
Extras(8 b, 3 lb, 7 nb, 11 w)29
Total(all out, 35.5 overs)141
Fall of wickets:
1-9 (J Jakeman), 2-19 (Hughes), 3-45 (Akhlaque), 4-63 (Macconacie), 5-69 (Bristow), 6-85 (Cook), 7-104 (D Jakeman), 8-113 (Singh), 9-141 (Eburah), 10-141 (Lilley, 35.5 ov)
Moseley bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Ashfak Hussain9   2232--
Bell7   4132--
Parker7   1332--
NR Chase4   0101--

--> The first innings of the match was limited to 55 overs; the total overs for both teams was limited to 110 overs





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