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18th January, 2017

The winner of this weeks bonus ball is Liz & Jim Treadwell, with number 33. 

Club Notices - June 6th, 2016

8th June 2016

* The winner of this week's bonus ball is Jason McKinley with number 30.

* 2016 season fixture lists for the junior and senior sides are available from the Southside clubhouse or by contacting Andy Guy (07734 245199 / andyg@southgates.co.uk).

* The club has junior teams at the U10, U13 & U17 age groups, if you have a son or daughter interested in playing cricket please contact Andy Guy for details of junior training sessions. The U13 side train on Monday evenings & the U10 side train on Friday evening.

* The club is looking for sponsorship for the 2016 and anyone interested in supporting the club may contact Andy Guy. Basic sponsors are match ball (£25) or business sponsorship (£100), the club is open to any other sponsorship ideas.

* Further club information is available on our website - www.patcc.co.uk, on Twitter - @patringtoncc and on Facebook - Patrington Cricket Club.

* After last years huge success, the club will be holding a sponsored walk on Sunday 26th June for club members and friends. It’s hoped the day will raise much needed funds to carry on our plans to refurbish the clubhouse. The walk will again be from Kilnsea, back to the ground at Southside, Patrington. Please contact Andy Guy for a sponsor form and more information.

3XI Match Report - Sunday, June 5th 2016

8th June 2016

Patrington 3rd team arrived at a very hot and sunny Gilberdyke ground in good heart and ready to play. After losing the toss, Patrington were asked to bat first, and with Butler and Foster striding to the crease to open proceedings for Patrington, the pair looked in determined mood. It was Foster that was first to go for (5), but Butler dug in on a very tricky wicket putting the bad ball away. The middle order of Patrington held well with some good contributions from Beedham (23) and Buss (23) getting Patrington to a very competitive total. Butler ended up getting a very good run a ball 64 on a bowler friendly pitch, with some classy shots taking Patrington up to a great total of 192 - 8.

Patringtons bowling effort got off to a blistering start with Dave Turley and Jack Todd ripping through the Gilberdyke top order; it was seam bowling of the highest order, unplayable at times with the hosts reduced to 36 for 9 after 18 overs . Turley and Todd ended up with bowling figures of 10- 17 - 4...and 9 - 15 - 4 respectively, outstanding from the pair. There was a little bit of resistance from the last standing pair from Gilberdyke, but it was Charlie Buss who took the final wicket with Patrington bowling them out for 74 in 33.2 overs. The day will also be remembered for a great slip catch from Andy Beedham, diving full stretch to his right for a superb take. It was an outstanding team effort and a great team victory - well done lads!

2XI Match Report - Saturday, June 4th 2016

8th June 2016

Welton 239 for 7

Patrington 2nd XI 205 for 7

 

Jamie McKinley's 2nd XI travelled to Welton on Saturday and came away with a hard fought draw. A hard working fielding display contributed to the outcome, despite a couple of dropped slip catches. The younger element of McKinley's side excelled in the heat and maintained their concentration and effort throughout Welton's innings. The hosts score of 239 was built largely around opener Collier's 58 and Tommy Harrison's 91 not out. Collier was one of Bob Eldon-Smith's 3 wickets ( 3 for 41 ), dismissed by a super boundary catch from Jack Todd, who himself bowled admirably and returned figures of 2 for 53. The other two wickets were shared between Jed Foster ( 1 for 22 ) and Dave Turley ( 1 for 47 ). 

Patrington were confident at tea, knowing that the track was true and the outfield fast.

Openers Danny Fincham and Jason McKinley set about their task in fine form. They put on 68 for the first wicket, with Fincham hitting 6 x fours in his 38 and McKinley 4 x fours and a six in his 33. Skipper Jamie McKinley then looked to have swung the game in Patrington's favour, with a great half-century. His 58 included 9 x fours and a towering 6. When he was out in the 39th over, the score stood at 174 for 5, with Patrington needing 76 off 6 overs. A clatter of wickets in consecutive balls signalled the end of the chase and Jed Foster (25 not out) and Bob Eldon-Smith (7 not out) saw the visitors home for a deserved draw with an unbroken 31 stand.

1XI Match Report - Saturday, June 4th 2016

8th June 2016

Patrington 1st XI 294/7

Beverley 2nd XI 266/4

 

The first eleven managed to take the lion's share of the points on Saturday as they came out with a winning draw in a hard fought contest where over 550 runs were scored at Southside

After losing the toss Patrington were asked to bat first on a good looking wicket and a quick outfield. The opening pair of Buss and Guy found it hard going at first as the Beverley bowlers gained some movement off the pitch but the score was ticking over nicely with the high majority of the runs coming from the bat of Buss. Buss dispatched anything loose from the Beverley openers to the boundary and once the ball stopped moving the Patrington openers took the attack to the opposition on a batsman friendly wicket. Guy began to find his feet and started to hit a few boundaries of his own before the partnership was finally broken with the score on 190 off 33 overs, Guy being caught behind for 72 after hitting 11 fours and a six. This brought Ash McKinley to the crease with the home side looking to post something towards 300. The in form McKinley didn’t take long to get going and he kept the score moving along well as Buss looked to accelerate at the other end. With a deserved century in his sights Buss finally fell for 96 off just 108 balls as he was bowled by one that kept a little low. He hit 10 fours and and a six in one of his best innings for Patrington in recent years. The onus was now on Ash McKinley (55) to keep the run rate up and he didn’t disappoint as he recorded yet another quick fifty hitting three big sixes including one towards the school which is still travelling now. In the push to get towards 300 Patrington lost some quick wickets towards the end but the innings finally closed on a huge 294 for 7 which seemed like it would be more than enough at the halfway stage.

The Beverley side had other ideas however as after losing an opener cheaply to Dixon with a smart catch from Buss in the slips they looked to take the attack to the home side. Opener Andrew Burton kept the run rate ticking along nicely hitting boundaries all around the ground. He was kept in check by some tight bowling from Buss but it was Jack Eggett who broke the second wicket partnership with the Beverley score on 70 after 18 overs. Burton carried on his good scoring rate though and kept the pressure on the Patrington attack with Guy and Ash McKinley both missing chances to break the partnership. After securing his century and pushing the score up to 195, Burton finally departed for an excellent 128 as Eggett (2 for 77) was again the partnership breaker luring the batsman into one shot too many. With 10 overs still to go Beverley needed to score at 10 an over to record an unlikely victory. This chance was soon snubbed out though as Dixon and Ash McKinley returned to the attack and bowled some tight overs at the death. Liam Feasey finished unbeaten on 69 as the Beverley response closed on 266/4 in a highly entertaining game at Southside.

The 1st XI travel to Bridlington on Saturday looking to build on this week's positive result.

Club Notices - May 31st, 2016

31st May 2016

* The winner of this week's bonus ball is Matthew Fincham with number 59.

* The winner of last weeks bonus ball is Guy Nettleton with number 46. 

* 2016 season fixture lists for the junior and senior sides are available from the Southside clubhouse or by contacting Andy Guy (07734 245199 / andyg@southgates.co.uk).

* The club has junior teams at the U10, U13 & U17 age groups, if you have a son or daughter interested in playing cricket please contact Andy Guy for details of junior training sessions. The U13 side train on Monday evenings & the U10 side train on Friday evening.

* The club is looking for sponsorship for the 2016 and anyone interested in supporting the club may contact Andy Guy. Basic sponsors are match ball (£25) or business sponsorship (£100), the club is open to any other sponsorship ideas.

* Further club information is available on our website - www.patcc.co.uk, on Twitter - @patringtoncc and on Facebook - Patrington Cricket Club.

* After last years huge success, the club will be holding a sponsored walk on Sunday 26th June for club members and friends. It’s hoped the day will raise much needed funds to carry on our plans to refurbish the clubhouse. The walk will again be from Kilnsea, back to the ground at Southside, Patrington. Please contact Andy Guy for a sponsor form and more information.

3XI Match Report - Sunday, May 29th 2016

31st May 2016

Patringtons 3rd team were hosting HICE on a mild Sunday afternoon down at Southside, with Patrington winning the toss and electing to field. Opening bowlers Mike Fox ( 4 - 2 -7 ) and young Jack Todd (19 - 1 - 9) impressed again with some tight economical bowling, which really kept the opposition batters at bay, beating the outside edge repeatedly. Patringtons outfielding and catching skills were also on top form too, with everyone alert all innings. Dave Turley was especially impressive with the ball, ascertaining admirable figures of (18 - 2 - 10).

HICE ended up 87 - 8 after 40 overs, which was a top team effort from all. Patrington went about chasing their target with gusto with some lusty blows from Fox...but he was first to fall for (14) and from then on in Patrington continued to lose regular wickets with the home side all out for 78 in 26.4 overs, falling just 9 runs short. This is a massive learning curve for the young Patrington side, whose aim now is to come back as strong as ever away to Gilberdyke next week.

2XI Match Report - Saturday, May 28th 2016

31st May 2016

PatCC 2nd XI 217 for 6 (44ov) lost to Driffield 4th XI 221 for 5 (43ov) by 5 wickets

After two consecutive, crushing ten wicket defeats, Jamie McKinley's 2nd XI put in a highly spirited performance against Driffield 4th XI, at Southside.

Whilst there were, reportedly, many vacant seats at Wembley, quite a few of the occupied seats were clearly taken by PatCC players - as only 9 PatCC men (augmented by Lucy Ineson's fielding duties) were available for the home fixture.  PatCC veterans Martin Devlin and (Leeds fan) Andy Beedham joined a severely depleted side, that almost managed a brilliant result in the circumstances.

The 2nds got off to a horrible start as in-form skipper Jamie fell for just two in the third over, putting huge pressure on the next batsmen in. But, Rich McMaster and Bri Butler continued their early season form and duly posted solid scores of 31 and 38 respectively - taking the score to 68 before both both being out in quick succession. From a position of relative strength, the hard work of McMaster and Butler was undone, as the side collapsed to 104 for 6 in the 20th over. With young all-rounder Jack Todd and Will Ineson at the crease, and just Shaun McKinley to bat, another early finish for the seconds seemed likely.

However, responding to the advice of his skipper, Jack Todd batted resolutely at one end, whilst Will Ineson batted freely but safely at the other, as the two formed the backbone of the Patrington innings. Being undefeated, they took the score to a commendable 217 for 6 off the allotted 44 overs - in one of the best rearguard actions seen at Southside in recent decades - and a partnership of 113* to boot. Jack finished on an excellent 36*, whilst Will comfortably passed a half century, with a brilliant 66* (including ten fours and a three - a rarity at Southside these days!).

At tea, the Patters knew they still had work to do, given they'd posted an even higher score a fortnight earlier, only for it to be surpassed without any wickets being taken.

However, history looked like repeating itself as Driffield raced to 48 without loss after just seven overs. Thankfully, coming on as first change, Jack Todd took his side's first wicket in three matches, removing both openers in quick succession, with skipper Jamie taking their number 3, with the opposing score having suddenly subsided to just 79 for 3. The seconds were suddenly favourites.

Alas, with junior bowling regulations being as they are (and rightly have to be), Jack Todd was restricted to bowling just a seven over spell, until he could return 14 overs later.  Therefore, the skipper had to call on his depleted reserve of bowlers. Unfortunately, his side couldn't find another wicket until Jack Todd returned, with the score having subsequently moved onto 179 in the 38th over. Todd quickly took another brace of wickets, but, alas, it was too little too late.  Despite Todd taking a very impressive 4 for 33 off 11 overs, and showing his rapidly developing all-round capabilities and potential, the Driffield side surpassed the Patrington total with just six balls to spare.  McDougal and Walker impressed with the bat for Driffield, scoring 43 and 55 respectively, before one of the Woodcock clan (18*) and Driscall (19*) saw their side home.

It was an outstanding effort from the 2nds, which would likely have been very different if the side had a full quota of players to choose from. As the long, football season has finally come to an end, and a larger pool of players are available, the side will be looking for a similarly passionate performance away at Welton & Brough next week. 

1XI Match Report - Saturday, May 28th 2016

31st May 2016

Patrington travelled to Sewerby at the weekend hoping to improve on last week’s defeat at home to league leaders Whitkirk. Skipper Stew Guy won the toss and asked the hosts to bat at the picturesque cliff top ground. Opening bowlers Ashley McKinley and Matthew Dixon picked up a wicket apiece and Patrington were well on top after the first 10 overs with Sewerby 20 for 2.

Lewis Beasley (43) and Scott Cooper (60) then added a century partnership in quick time with some impressive strokeplay, albeit aided by some pretty ordinary fielding from the 1st XI. Billy Ineson was brought into the attack as Guy looked for further wickets, but it was Glenn Ratcliffe (1 for 51) and Ian Buss (3 for 48) that bowled well throughout the middle part of the innings and managed to claw back some of the initiative. From 174 for 4, Sewerby only managed to complete their allocation of 48 overs with 208 for 8 as the 1st XI finally managed to hang on to some catches. McKinley (3 for 29) and Dixon (1 for 54) returned at the end and bowled superbly with Seteve Janney (46) and Matthew Reynoldson (17) the only others batsmen to reach double figures. The pitch was crying out for a slow bowler which Guy unfortunately didn’t have at his disposal, but the 1st XI did well to get back into the game after an hour or so in the middle part of the innings when they were nowhere near their best.

In reply, Patrington lost in form Marc Pollard early for just 6, but there was handy contributions throughout the top order but unfortunately nobody went on to register a big score to win the Holderness side the game. Ian Buss(35), Connor McKinley (17), Ashley McKinley (25), Jacob Duffil (11) and Matthew Dixon (34) all seemed settled until being dismissed just as Patrington began to take the initiative. Home skipper Adrian Long (3 for 35) took key wickets and was well backed up by Beasley (2 for 42) and Janney (2 for 41).  With Ratcliffe being caught on the mid-wicket boundary the 1st XI looked to be losing momentum but it wasn’t until Dixon fell at 168 for 7 that the win looked unlikely. Chris Blanchard (12 not out) and Andy Guy (10 not out) batted well at the end and saw Patrington to a well-earned draw and 13 points as they finished on 183 for 8.

Guy will be hoping for improvements, certainly in the fielding department as his side welcome Beverley Town to Southside this Saturday.

3XI Match Report - Sunday, May 22nd 2016

31st May 2016

Patrington 3rds turned up to a hot sunny Sutton ground in good heart for what was to be a great contest. Patrington won the toss and decided to field first. Patringtons opening bowlers Mike Fox and youngster Jack Todd were bang on the money from the start, with some great intense swing bowling, and it was Todd who struck first removing one of the Sutton openers cheaply for 3 , Patrington s bowlers were a little unlucky all innings with a few chances going down, but stuck to their task with enthusiasm throughout, with Chris Smith picking up 2 good middle order wickets in a tidy spell of bowling, Sutton closed there innings on 174 - 6.

Patrington set about their task of trying to chase down the target with mixed fortunes, with Sutton taking 6 wickets in the first 17 overs leaving the visitors 54 – 6. Then out strode Bob Metcalf, who partnered Todd at the crease, with the 2 of them leading the fight back. The pair put on 77 runs, taking the score to 131 - 7 before Todd was unfortunately run out in a close call. Patrington were eventually all out, falling 37 runs short of their target; this was a great learning curve for all, and without a doubt the team will come back stronger next week.

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