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Well the net is up and the bats are dusted off!🏏
Top of the league! You Morts! 🏏
Mortimer v Binfield 4s 8th June 2019 @ Fairgrounds

Mortimer came into this match on the back of a victory over Crownwood & Crowthorne CC and had won 4 games from 5. Today also marked the start of the 45 overs a said win draw lose format we are familiar with in the Berkshire league,

Skipper Craig North won the toss and elected to field as he has every time he has won the toss this season.

The superb Mortimer attack struck early again when Jimmy George rattled the stumps of Devarakonda for 5 with the score at 9-1. Vivek struck next taking his first wicket for the club when he clean bowled Bennett for just 2 with the visitors now on 17-2. One club wicket quickly became two for Vivek as he tempted York into a drive that only found the hands of the Mortimer Skipper North who held on, York made a very pedestrian 15 runs from 71 balls, the score was now 27-3. Ian Bliss was the next bowler to join the wickets party as he caught and bowled Hesketh who made 6 runs and the visitors were in trouble at 39-4. That trouble only got worse when Ben Cape took his first wicket of the season when Gupta holed out to North leaving Binfield 52-5. The swing king that is Jimmy George than had Amelia Humphrey caught by Bliss, for 15 with the score at 89-6. The batsman crossed as Humphrey was caught and With the next ball Jimmy got Jones to drive on the up that was snatched by North with his third catch of the day, Jones had made 29 from 35. In came Snelling... hat-trick ball.... Jimmy Bowls full and straight... Snelling plays a forward defence... wait... the ball has come of the bat and travelled towards Snelling’s stumps... Clink.... the bails are off.... Jimmy has done it! A hat-trick!!!! The score was now 89-8. The visitors managed to hang on to their final two wickets and ended up on a score of 120-8 from their 45 overs, Harvey 23* and Potter 6*.

The Mortimer bowling figures make very happy reading, North 9 overs 0-36; Bliss 9 overs 3 maidens 1-13; Vivek 8 overs 1 maiden 2-17; Coupar 6 overs 1 maiden 0-24; Cape 4 overs 1 maiden 1-18 and Jimmy George 9 overs 6 maidens 4-6!

Mortimer were very happy with their bowling performance and were confident of chasing the 121 required to win.

Rob Coupar opened with Ian Bowen and the pair put together a partnership of 16 when Bowen was bowled by a beauty of a delivery from Snelling for 2 from 19, 16-1 with 105 required and 9 wickets in hand. Amrit was in at 3 and together with Coupar put together a second wicket partnership of 42 before Coupar was bowled by Harvey for 29 from just 32 balls, the hosts were now 58-2 with 63 required and 8 wickets in hand. Cape was in at 4, He made 3 from 6 deliveries before he hit a beautiful drive that unfortunately found Carson in the field who took a smart catch, 65-3, 56 needed and 7 wickets to play with. May came in at 5 but his innings was a short one making just 1 run before a mix up with Amrit saw May run out on his second delivery, 68-4, 53 required 6 wickets remaining. George who had been excellent with ball earlier in the day came in at 6 and he along with Amrit both played a brilliant innings to make a match winning fifth wicket partnership of 56 to see Mortimer home to a 6 wicket victory. Amrit 37* from 51 and Jimmy 32* from 29.

The win gave Mortimer their fifth win of the season from six matches and sees them second in the league. They will look to make it three wins on the bounce and six out of seven when they travel to West Reading this week.
Crowthorne & Crownwood 3s v Mortimer - Match day 5 - June 2nd 2019

Mortimer came into match day 5 on the back of a razor thin loss to Shinfield last week and entered play having played 4 won 3 and lost 1. Match Day 5 brought with it the last 40 over win / lose game of the start of the season with Match day 6 bringing back the traditional Berkshire League 45 over win/ lose/ draw format for the next 9 weeks (Match days 6 through 14).

The weather was a scorcher with clear skies and 25 degree temperatures. C&C won the toss and elected to field on what looked to be a minefield of a track meaning that Mortimer would bat first for the first time this season.

Skipper North made some changes to the batting order in an attempt to try to bring some stability to the early innings, These changes definitely had a positive effect.

Rob Coupar opened alongside Amrit Singh and the pair put on a opening stand of 33 before Rob was bowled by Avinash Singh for an attacking 17 from just 15 balls. May came out at 3 and his intent was clear to anchor the innings, he made 9 from a watchful 26 deliveries before being castle by a decent ball that bounced and span from Mike Storey; 53-2. Shakil joined Amrit at the crease, Amrit fell shortly after bowled by John Cartledge for 19 from 32; 57-3. All rounder Jimmy George joined Shakil in the middle, Shakil was stumped by Jordan Cartledge for 9 from 22 deliveriess and Mortimer were 79-4. Adnan came in at 6, Adnan and George put on a stand of 19 until Adnan was trapped LBW by John Cartledge and it looked like the Mortimer innings might have been collapsing at 91-5. This was not the case however as Vivik Kumar (Vicky) and Jimmy put on a huge 6th wicket partnership of 64 before Vicky had his timbers rattled by Nikhil Pande the score was now a respectable 155-6. Dan Waddington batted 8 and was given clear instructions to have a slog which he did making a swift 6 from 10 deliveries before being bowled by Singh; 183-7. Jack Gill was in at 9, Jimmy George’s outstanding knock of 75 from just 68 deliveries including 7 4s and a crease time of 119 minutes came to an end when he was bowled by Adapa in the 38th over with the score at 187-8. Ian Bliss came in at 10 and the intention was clear to try to get the 13 runs Mortimer need in the last over to get them to the phycological milestone of 200, however it was not to be as Bliss dragged his second ball onto the stumps and was out for a duck. Skipper North was in at 11 with 4 deliveries left of the innings, North followed Bliss in being out for a second ball duck however when swung hard but missed a straight ball. Singh picking up both of the last two wickets ending with slightly inflated figures of 4-43 from 7.4. Gill was not out for 1 and the Mortimer total was a huge 188 all out from 39.4 on a very difficult track.

Mortimer’s optimism was quickly boosted when Bliss struck in the very first over as Alistair Warner-Rowley completely mistimed a short delivery and chipped it to North for a duck and Crowthorne were 0-1 from 0.4 overs. Things went from bad to worse for the hosts as Soumya Mishra pushed at a George delivery only to edge behind and keeper May made no mistake; 6-2. The Mortimer attack has been dominating all season and this continued as George knocked Duggina’s off pole out of the ground leaving the hosts in trouble at 15-3. Bliss castled Patidar; 29-4. It looked like it was going to be a quick end when Gill found Adapa’s edge which May pouched and the score was 29-5. The hosts showed character however and a solid 6th wicket partnership of 45 from Pande and Manning took the score to 74 when a sharp short ball from North surprised Pande who gloved behind and May held onto his 3rd catch of the game, 74-6. Captain John Cartledge joined Manning in the middle and was clear that C&C no longer felt the game was winnable and instead decided to dig in and frustrate the Mortimer attack. A 7th wicket partnership of 53 was finally broken in the 38th when Coupar flighted a delivery, Manning’s eyes lit up but he only found Waddington who took and excellent catch. Manning made a career best of 35 from a very defensive 70 deliveries and he can be pleased with how he preformed with the bat. The score was 127-7. Rob picked up his second wicket in the final over when he caught and bowled Jordan Cartledge for 4. John Cartledge finished on an unbeaten 35 from 40 delivers and his efforts along that of Manning made the Crowthorne total much more respectable finishing on 145-8 from their 40 overs.

Mortimer won by 43 runs! Every Mortimer player contributed but there was one star and his name was Jimmy George! Having made 75 in the first innings with the bath he also ended with bowling figures of 2-22 from 8 overs and 3 maidens! 4 wins from 5 see Mortimer sitting in second place in the division. George and Bliss are the division’s leading wicket takers through 5 weeks with an impressive 13 wickets each. Mortimer are at home to Binfield next week and look to continue their strong start!
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MCC celebrated 125 years of being a club in 2015. Our club has a long history and celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2015.

The club plays on the fairground opposite the Horse and Groom public house in Mortimer Common. It is based in the new community centre and uses its fantastic new facilities. It has a successful mid-week side, a friendly Sunday side and runs kwik-cricket for children. It is a family orientated team and runs a number of social events throughout the year.

Operating as usual

09/06/2022

Jimmy George Tops the bowling honours board this week

04/06/2022

Mortimer Secure a 8 wicket victory to remain top of the league. Jimmy George 6-4 including a hat trick,incredible preformance with the ball again bringing his total for the last two weeks to 11-10!!

02/06/2022

Mortimer travel to Saturday 4th June 1pm start, looking to extend our winning run & stay top of league!
Team:
Craig North (C)
Mike Tiley
Jonathan Mare
Dan Litwin
Ryan May (WK)
Anirban Das
Jimmy George
Tom Heighes
Shakil Chowdhry
Adnan Awan
Aman Singh

26/05/2022

Congrats to Dave who makes the honours board this week!

25/05/2022

Mortimer CC at home, on the fairground, this Saturday from 1pm- first home league game.

Mortimer currently top of the division and undefeated!😀

Come and watch to see your local team in action, all welcome!👀

19/05/2022

Mortimer travel to

1pm start @ Lascelles Park Slough

Team:

Craig North (C)
Mike Tiley
Jonathan Mare
Anirban Das
Jimmy George
Shakil Chowdhry
Ryan May (WK)
Marc Rodgers
Dave Pistorius
Adnan Awan
Craig Rodgers

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08/05/2022

Mortimer win by 1 wicket in an absolute thriller v . A single from the last ball of the innings gave Mortimer the victory!

07/05/2022

Mortimer travel to Peppard & Stoke Row for the first league game of season 1pm start today:

Craig North (C)
Mike Tiley
Jono Mare
Ryan May (WK)
Sydney Fernandez
Marc Rodgers
Shakil Chowdhry
Andy Harris-Makinson
Anirban Das
Adnan Awan
Dan Grant

06/05/2022

Alan Weyman is raising funds for the Kate Cox Foundation. The foundation is a new charity set up in the memory of Kate who lost her battle against cancer. The charity is to help families of those who are fighting cancer, that might need help with rent, mortgage, food, household bills, transport to and from the hospital or hospice, days out and much more...

Alan and his group will be running 10 miles in full army gear including boots, and carrying a 16kg backpack- at 56 years old it's not an easy challenge!

Alan will be running on the 14th May, and the 10 miles will be completed within 2 hours!

Any donations to the Just Giving page would be amazing and we all wish Alan the best of luck!

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/alan-weyman?utm_term=RQKxNZza6

22/04/2022

Mortimer V Shinfield Sunday 24th April 2022 12:30 Start

Craig North (C)
Mike Tiley
Ryan May (WK)
Adnan Awan
Jimmy George
Sydney Fernandez
Anirban Das
Jonathan Mare
Marc Rodgers
Shakil Chowdhry
Dave Pistorious

14/04/2022

Keep your diaries free on the 3rd and 4th of June and attend Mortimer’s Jubilee Party- a great event in support of the community, and a fun-filled family day out! 😄
The celebrations to mark the Queen’s 70th Jubilee begin on the evening of Friday June 3rd with a fantastic cabaret show on the fairground.

The main event on Saturday 4th of June begins with a fantastic procession around the streets of Mortimer! This will be followed, on Mortimer’s Fairground, by live music, food and craft stalls, activities, a steam traction engine, a Lancaster Bomber Flypast… the only one left in the Uk, live streaming of the royal events happening all over the country and the Epsom Derby on a big screen plus a spectacular firework display and much more to be revealed! 😄

…Watch out for more details!

14/04/2022

Mortimer v Emmbrook & Bearwood CC Sunday 17th April (Pre Season Friendly) 12:30pm Start

Craig North (C)
Mike Tiley
Ryan May (WK)
Jonathan Mare
Jimmy George
Dan Grant
Anirban Das
Dan Litwin
Adnan Awan
Shakil Chowdhry
Craig Cox

12/04/2022

So first friendly of the season on Sunday at the fairgrounds against Emmbrook. 12.30 start.

11/02/2022

In less than a week this bat was transformed, Ready for big runs now!

Mortimer CC 08/02/2022

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Indoor cricket nets- come and try!🏏

If you have any questions feel free to message us!😀

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28/01/2022
25/12/2021

Mortimer Cricket Club
Wishes everyone a Merry Christmas 🎅 🎄

21/11/2021

Who has started their Christmas shopping?! Hold that thought....why not pop along to the Mortimer Charity Christmas Fair on Sunday 28th November between 11am-5pm at The Horse and Groom in Mortimer.

There will be a Christmas market with local businesses, live music, food available, make your own bauble and the big man 🎅 himself will be there (pre-booking for the grotto).

PLUS there is an Auction of Promises www.auctionofpromises.com/MortimerCharityFair2021 and a raffle!!

This is all being organised to support BIBS, Spotlight UK Basingstoke and the Kate Cox Foundation.

Check out the event details here https://fb.me/e/2zMj31crO

Photos from The Horse and Groom's post 17/09/2021

We look forward to the challenge!

31/07/2021

Mortimer @ Knowl Hill Saturday 24th July 2021

Mortimer came into this away tie on the back of five consecutive wins and in good form with both bat and ball. Availability proved to be a issue with injuries, family commitments and holidays all being contributing factors, due to this we leaned on the loan system and loaned in Kasule from Shinfield for the match.

Captain North lost the toss and the hosts elected to field on a green top and long outfield.

Loanee Kasule opened with wicket keeper May who was opening for the first time for the club. The pair began watchfully taking note of both conditions and the Knowlie attack this partnership was broken when Randall trapped Kasule for 2, 7-1. The captain joined his keeper in the middle but the pair would add just nine runs before North picked out Randall who took a brilliant catch off Brookman for 4, 16-2. Sydney was in at three but would make just one before there was also caught this time by Millson off Bavington, 26-3 this also marked Bavington’s 599th career league wicket. Das was the the next man in but after just his first ball he’d become Bavington’s landmark 600th as he was trapped LBW for a golden duck, 26-4. Jimmy George joined May in the middle but unfortunately it was another short partnership when Jimmy was bowled by Brookman for 2, 34-5. Chowdhury in at seven and wasn’t able to trouble the scorer either as he was trapped for a three ball duck LBW by Brookman, 43-6. Grant was in next and he added some stability, the partnership with may reached 24 before May was out playing as shot he instantly regretted, bowled by Stott for a reasonable 30 from 62 balls, 67-7. Debutant Sh*todkar was in at nine and we built a 31 run partnership with Grant before Grant was caught Millson bowled Bavington for a sensible 13 from 42, 98-8. The tail continued to wag as Awan added 11 off 22 before being trapped LBW by Stott, 117-9. Litwin was in at his preferred number 11 and made 13* from 14 before Shirodkar’s innings came to and end as he was bowled Goodlock for a strong 20 from 38. May’s resistance and Strong batting from the tail along with the 40 extras gifted from Knowl Hill (29 wides, 10 no balls and a bye) took Mortimer to 136 all out and gave the attack a chance.

With Knowl Hill boasting the leagues highest run scoring in Stoker, Mortimer knew they’d have to bowl well and take any chances in the field in order to grab another win.

Stott opened with Vernone and the pair added 20 for the first wicket before Stott was castled by North for 17 off 22. 20-1. Stoker was the man in at three. North struck again as he bowled Vernone for 2 off 28, 27-2.

Remember how I said Mortimer would need to take their chances and Stoker was the top runs scoring in the league? I’m sorry to report that they did not take these chances, Stoker was dropped in the field four times on his way to an explosive and match winning 66* from 79, he was excellently partnered by Crawcour who made 35 from 65. As Knowl Hill took 8 wicket victory.

A disappointing result for the Morts but results elsewhere went our way as Shinfield beat Twyford and Ruscombe by 8 wickets.

This week we host Twyford who are just one a average point above us in third meaning the winner of this contest will be third by the end of the weekend.

Photos from Mortimer Cricket Club's post 25/07/2021

Photos from Mortimer Cricket Club's post

Photos from Mortimer Cricket Club's post 25/07/2021

Thank you to Bradfield Cricket Club, Shinfield Cricket Club, the President's XI, the Misfits and every player and spectator who came to play in the right spirit and support us in our annual Sixes tournament today. Weather could have been better but we made the most of it and raised some vital funds for the club. Importantly, congratulations to Mortimer West End on winning the trophy. Deserved champions. 🏆👏👏👏

24/07/2021

The Sixes is ON tomorrow!

Sunday 25th July 2021 from 11am

Mortimer’s annual Sixes festival of cricket

✅ 6-a-Side Cricket Tournament
✅ Fully Stocked Bar
✅BBQ
✅Raffle
✅ Children’s Activities

Come along and have a great time whilst also supporting your local cricket club!

23/07/2021

Mortimer v Early - Saturday 17th July 2021

Mortimer entered play having won their last four on the bounce but knew this would be a tough challenge having lost to Early earlier in the season.

On a hot summers day Early Captain Zutshi won the toss and elected to bat

Jimmy struck early removing Raj bowled for 5. North was the next to strike as he got Gurung to clip a ball towards square leg where Awan took a stunning diving catch. Litwin took the next four wickets as he had Jones caught Jimmy for 23 then trapping Bansal and Kumar LBW for 2, and a respectively. Grant then trapped Zutshi for 25. Awan picked up the two as he superbly caught and bowled Sood then LBWing Singh for 5. Jimmy had his second bowling Oxtoby for 5 before Awan wrapped up the innings to get his third as he bowled Farooq for 22. Early 173 all out.

Figures:
North 8 overs 2 maidens 1-37 econ 4.63
George 8 overs 2 maidens 2-24 econ 3
Grant 6 overs 1-43 econ 7.17
Litwin 8 overs 1 maiden 3-20 econ 2.50
Awan 7.2 overs 3-23 econ 3.14
Chowdhury 2 overs 0-18 econ 9

Fielding:
Awan 2 catches
George 1 catch

Mortimer needed 174 from their 40 overs at a rate of 4.35 to secure their fifth successive win

Mare opened with Chowdhury and the pair set about the chase keeping up with the run rate and building a solid partnership. Chowdhury was out when he chipped to Singh at square leg who took a decent catch off Farooq, gone for 12. Captain North was in next but failed to trouble the scorers as his wicket was a carbon copy of Chowdhury’s again picking out Singh this time off Mapes. Sydney Fernandes was in for his first knock at the club at 4, he along with Mare put on an absolute show of boundary hitting as they eased Mortimer towards the target, Sydney hit 4 sixes and multiple fours in the destructive innings on his way to a maiden club 50! By the time Early finally had their man Sydney being caught Jones off Sood for 72 the match was all but over. Just a few overs later the match was indeed over as George 8* hit the winning runs as Mare carried his bat 58*. Another great display from the boys sees the gap close on the top three and 5 wins in a row secured.

This week we travel to Knowl Hill looking to make it six on the spin!

19/07/2021

Mortimer CC would like to pass on our congratulations to the Landlord and Lady of our Sponsor The Horse and Groom Dan and Emma on the birth of their son Finlay, many congrats guys! 👶

18/07/2021

Sunday 25th July 2021 from 11am

Mortimer’s annual Sixes festival of cricket

✅ 6-a-Side Cricket Tournament
✅ Fully Stocked Bar
✅ BBQ
✅ Raffle
✅ Children’s Activities

Come along and have a great time whilst also supporting your local cricket club!

15/07/2021

Mortimer side v Early @ The Fairgrounds 1pm 17th July 2021

Craig North (C)
Dan Litwin
Ryan May (WK)
Jimmy George
Jonathon Mare
Dan Grant
Craig Cox
Anirban Das
Shakil Chowdhury
Cydney Fernandez
Adnan Awan

14/07/2021

Mortimer @ Sandhurst 10th July 2021

Mortimer entered play on a three match winning streak. Captain North again won the toss and elected to bowl following a day of rain on Friday

It took an unusually long time for the Mortimer break through as Tutty and O’Neil battled out the first ten overs before Jimmy got O’Neil to cut one to Das as point who took a sharp catch in front of his face, O’Neil gone for 5 the score 13-1. Monkey was the next to strike as he invited Tutty to drive on the up and the catch was well held by North, Tutty 17. 33-2. There was a distinct lack of pace to the Sandhurst innings as they seemed happy to just see of the bowling making run accumulation rather slow. Tiley was the next to striker as he got Chowdhury driving to Mare at cover who made no mistake, 50-3. Ash was the next to fall as he gave Awan his first wicket of the afternoon picking out debutant Fernandez who also made no mistake with the catch, 9 for Ash who might have already been out earlier in the innings when flicking Tiley off his legs and May taking a sharp chance behind, the batsman stood his ground and was given not out. This time there was now doubt and he was on his way to the hutch, 64-4. Mare had a wicket as he got Hodges caught Monkey for 13, 75-5. Walker was next next to go and another batsman who’d been given a life, he’d gloved Mare behind to May again stood his ground and given not out. As you can imagine May was delighted when he caught Walker who’d now chipped Awan straight up in the air and had to depart, 94-6. With Walker went Sandhurst’s hopes of making 100 as the final three wickets fell at 3-3. Qadar was castled by Awan who had 3 wickets, 94-7. Fernandez had his second catch as he snapped the chance offered by Chesterman off North, 98-4. Awan then caught Rafique to give North his second, 95-9. Jimmy then ended the innings castling Layton and the hosts were 97 all out.

Figures:

North 7 overs 3 maidens 2-9 Econ 1.29
George 7 overs 1 maiden 2-9 econ 1.29
Makinson 7 overs 1 maiden 1-18 econ 2.57
Tiley 5 overs 1-19 econ 3.8
Awan 8 overs 1 maiden 3-18 econ 2.25
Mare 4 overs 1-21 econ 5.25

Fielding:

May 1 catch
Fernandez 2 catches
North 1 catch
Awan 1 catch
Mare 1 catch
Makinson 1 catch
Das 1 catch

Mortimer needed 98 to win from their 40 overs at a rate of 2.45

Tiley and Mare were the opening pair once again and they looked to have Mortimer cruising to another empathetic victory the pair made 40 before Tiley was caught Wiseman off Chesterman for 19 from 28, 40-1. Monkey in at 3 added a further 27 in partnership with Mare before the later was caught Chowdhury off Ash for 29 from a watchful 63, 67-2. North joined Monkey at the crease and victory looked to be all but assured by the time Monkey was bowled by Chowdhury for 20 off 34, 83-3. Cue the famous Mortimer wobble first Grant was caught and bowled Chowdhury for a eight ball duck, 89-4 then North was bowled Chowdhury for 16 off 20, 94-5. Mortimer needed just 4 runs to win when May joined Jimmy at the crease, May faced one ball which went for a bye and Jimmy then finished the job first knocking a single to finish the 26th over with Mortimer 96-5 and 1 run behind before securing the victory by hitting the very next delivery from Layton for four down to long on.

Mortimer made it more difficult than it maybe needed to be but got the job done by 5 wickets making it four wins on the trot.

This week we host Early and will be looking for revenge having lost the earlier fixture in the season when we snatched defeat from the jaws of victory. We look to make it five in a row and climb into third position in the league table.

09/07/2021

Mortimer @ West Reading Saturday 3rd July 2021

Mortimer entered play on the heels of back to back wins and confidence was high as we made the journey to Highmoor cc for this match.

Captain North once again won the toss and elected to bowl in a no-brainer on a damp track.

Mortimer struck in the fourth over as Jimmy tempted Sheraz into a drive where he picked out Tiley who took a good catch at short cover, 4-1 Sheraz gone for a five ball duck. Ahmed was joined at the crease by Firyad and the pair added 23 before Tiley got Ahmed to drive on the up and Grant took a decent catch where he trapped the ball between his wrist and stomach, Ahmed out for 16 and the score 27-2. Another partnership was ended for just 13 when Litwin bowled Hayat for 7, 40-3. Litwin had another in his next over this time trapping Saddiq in front for 1, 42-4. Das struck as he got M Firyad caught North for 16, 48-5. Das had is second when he delivered Akram a “terrible ball” as described by Akram, well the shot was a lot worse than the ball and he was castled for 4, 59-6. T Firyad was the next to go as he was run out by North with a throw to keeper May who took the bails off, it may we’ll have been a direct hit anyway had May not decided to take it himself, 71-7. The last three wickets would fall for a combined total of 18-3 as Grant took a further two catches, firstly S Khan for 1 off Jimmy then Singh for a duck of North. The final wicket was a significant one for Adnan as it was his first for the club, he got Z Khan to top edge and May made no mistake with the catch on the run.

Figures:

North 6 overs 2 maidens 1-12 2.00 econ
George 8 overs 3 maidens 2-27 3.38 econ
Litwin 8 overs 2 maidens 2-22 2.75 econ
Tiley 5 overs 1 maiden 1-9 1.80 econ
Das 5 overs 2 maidens 2-7 1.40 econ
Awan 2 overs 1-9 4.5 econ

Fielding:
Grant 3 catches
North 1 catch 1 run out
Tiley 1 catch
May 1 catch

The hosts had been dismissed for a measly 89 meaning Mortimer would require just 90 from 40 overs at a rate of 2.25 per over.

The opening pair of Tiley and Mare were reunited and would add 13 for the first wicket before Mare was trapped LBW by T Firyad, 13-1. Mortiboys joined Tiley in the middle and the pair added 22 before Mortiboys holed out to Akram off T Firyad for 8, 35-2. North was in at four and he along with Tiley put on a clinic as they chased the remaining 45 runs. Tiley 43* from 78 with two 4s. North 35* from 31 with two 4s and three 6s.

Mortimer have made it three wins in a row and this week we travel to bottom of the league Sandhurst looking to make it four on the spin.

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