Normanby Hall v Darlington
Kerridge Cup 2008 (Second Round)
VenueCricket Lane, Normanby on 5th June 2008 (25-over match)
Balls per over6
TossToss not known
ResultDarlington won by 11 runs

Darlington inningsRunsBallsMins4s6sS-Rate
N Prattc Trillo b Witherley610 1-60.00
+DM Hodgsonst Trillo b Martin2223 1195.65
DC Mulhollandb Martin3334 3-97.06
J Aldersonb Martin01 --0.00
SA Agharkarrun out (Ramzan)3629 2-124.14
*G Moodyst Trillo b Martin04 --0.00
S Leeb Perera13 --33.33
TJ Hodgsonnot out2114 11150.00
M Stainsbyrun out (Ramzan)12 --50.00
AJW Deucharnot out00 --0.00
P Rainedid not bat      
Extras(1 b, 5 w)6
Total(8 wickets, innings closed, 20 overs)126
Fall of wickets:
1-12 (Pratt), 2-48 (DM Hodgson), 3-48 (Alderson), 4-81 (Mulholland), 5-81 (Moody), 6-88 (Lee), 7-109 (Agharkar), 8-126 (Stainsby)
Normanby Hall bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Martin10   14541-15.004.50
Witherley4   02911-24.007.25
Perera6   05112-36.008.50

Normanby Hall inningsRunsBallsMins4s6sS-Rate
WDDS Pereralbw b Agharkar2127 2-77.78
S McNicholasst DM Hodgson b Agharkar1218 -166.67
T Ramzanc TJ Hodgson b Agharkar16 --16.67
D Crosslbw b Agharkar511 --45.45
+C Trilloc Moody b Mulholland1423 --60.87
H Blackettnot out3327 -1122.22
GL Robinsonnot out99 -1100.00
*B Leechdid not bat      
K Martindid not bat      
J Vaughandid not bat      
C Witherleydid not bat      
Extras(7 b, 8 lb, 5 w)20
Total(5 wickets, innings closed, 20 overs)115
Fall of wickets:
1-37 (McNicholas), 2-40 (Perera), 3-41 (Ramzan), 4-50 (Cross), 5-91 (Trillo)
Darlington bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-BallsS-RateEcon
Agharkar10   0454--15.004.50
Raine6   02301--3.83
Mulholland4   03212-24.008.00

--> The match was reduced to 20 overs per side
--> Bowling in the Darlington innings adds 5 runs over
--> Bowling in the Normanby Hall innings adds 5 runs over





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