Halstead Cricket Club Sunday T20 XI v Kelvedon & Feering on Sun 23 Jun 2019 at 14:00
Halstead Cricket Club Won by 8 wickets

Match report Halstead - 132-2 - beat Kelvedon & Feering - 131-6 - by 8 wickets

There was a bright spot for the weekend with Callum Hansey's T20 side making it three wins from three with a comfortable eight wicket victory over Kelvedon & Feering.

The visitors won the toss and batted first, with Eddie King (55) dominating a 61-run opening stand with Phil Tompkins (9) as Halstead openers Joe Morris and Josh King (0-28) went wicketless.

Eddie King was dropped twice, once of his namesake Josh and again off Lewis Brennan, but passed his 50 in 36 balls shortly before Tompkins edged Hansey (2-26) behind to Ryan Vickery to give Halstead their first wicket.

King hit 6 fours and 2 sixes but was found wanting as he attempted to scoop Brennan (1-19) and was comprehensively bowled, Richard Nunn (9) joining Dan Wheeler (27) at the crease.

Wheeler and Nunn got Kelvedon over the 100-run mark, the former hitting Hansey over the road for six, however when attempting to clear the ropes again he could only pick out Joe Morris at long-on to give the skipper his second wicket.

Nunn followed soon after as Morgan Whymark (1-7) bowled a tight two over spell, causing the Kelvedon man to play onto his own stumps to be bowled and when Jeremy King (1) was run out by a good throw from Liam Jones and smart work from keeper Vickery, Kelvedon were left at 114-5.

Josh Parsons (11), Ryan Sleet (9*) and Reece Dolman (0*) helped the visitors through to 131-6, the former bowled by Joe Morris (1-23) in the final over.

Vickery (85*) and King (25) opened for Halstead and soon put on a 65-run stand courtesy of good running and punishment of the bad deliveries, the pair scoring at similar rates before Nunn (2-26) encouraged King to edge behind to Parsons.

Vickery and Liam Jones (4) then added 36 for the second wicket, with the wicketkeeper-batsman passing 50 on Halstead debut prior to Nunn bowling Jones in the 14th over.

Charles Mallett (10*) and Vickery would look untroubled as they eased home with 15 balls to spare, Vickery ending on an impressive 85 not out off 64 deliveries.

Kelvedon & Feering Batting
Player name RunsMB4s6sSR
1nb 3w 3b 3lb 
for 6 wickets
131 (20.0 overs)
Edward King b  L Brennan 55 39 6 2 141.03
Phil Tompkins ct  R Vickery b C Hansey 9 16 1 56.25
Daniel Wheeler ct  J Morris b C Hansey 27 21 3 1 128.57
Richard Nunn b  M Whymark 9 15 60.0
Josh Parsons b  J Morris 11 15 73.33
Jeremy King run out  (R Vickery) 1 1 100
Ryan Sleet Not Out  9 11 81.82
Reece Dolman Not Out  0 3 0
Martin Sleet  
Harry Ratcliffe  
Lewis Cookson  

Halstead Cricket Club Sunday T20 XI Bowling

Player NameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
Josh King4.002800.007.00
Joe Morris3.0023123.007.67
Lewis Brennan4.0019119.004.75
Callum Hansey4.0026213.006.50
Luke Robinson3.002200.007.33
Morgan Whymark2.00717.003.50

Halstead Cricket Club Sunday T20 XI Batting
Player Name RMB4s6sSRCatchesStumpingsRun outs
6w 2lb 
for 2 wickets
Ryan Vickery Not Out  85 64 9 1 132.81 1 1
Josh King ct  J Parsons b R Nunn 25 18 4 138.89
Liam Jones b  R Nunn 4 14 28.57
Charles Mallett Not Out  10 9 2 111.11
Callum Hansey  
Joe Morris   1
Justin Rose  
Lewis Brennan  
Luke Robinson  
Dave Brooker  
Morgan Whymark  

Kelvedon & Feering Bowling

Player nameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
Lewis Cookson2.001700.008.50
Edward King4.003000.007.50
Daniel Wheeler1.001100.0011.00
Harry Ratcliffe4.002600.006.50
Richard Nunn4.0026213.006.50
Jeremy King2.001400.007.00
Ryan Sleet0.30600.0012.00

  • Umpire :
    Ray Digweed
  • Scorer :
    Lauren Hume