Frodsham still looking

Frodsham still looking for first win of the season

FRODSHAM are still looking for their first victory of the season in the UKFast Cheshire Cricket League after going down by 19 runs at Tranmere Victoria.
Skipper T Halliwell won the toss but elected to field first and it seemed a good decision as the home side were dismissed for 128 in 30 overs – a distinctly achieveable target.
Jack McGrogan took 5-38 and there were two wickets each for Jamie London and Mo Hickton.
But Frodsham’s batsmen struggled for runs, with the exception of opener Matt Williamson who hit a fine 45 before being run out, and Matt Deakin, who hit 26 not out batting at number nine.
No one else get into double figures and Frodsham ended up with 109 from 40 overs.
Frodsham 2nd came out on top in a low scoring game at home against Tranmere 2nd.
The visitors won the toss and elected to bat, only to be rolled-over for 40 in 23 overs, Martin Dodd taking 5-13 and Ian Deakin and Adam Crosby picking-up two wickets each.
Frodsham’s openers, Thomas Burgess, 21 and Pete O’Grady, 14, hit off the runs to earn a 10-wicket victory.
Kingsley went down by 67 runs at Port Sunlight after the home side had hit a challenging 241-4 in 40 overs.
When Kingsley replied they got off to a disastrous start with wickets tumbling. Toby Mullins hit a lively 75 not out, with four fours and four sixes, but the side could only muster 174 in 40 overs.
Kinsley 2nd lost by five wickets at home to Nantwich.
Batting first, Kingsley were bowled out for 121, skipper Alex Wilson 23 and Steven Forster 24.
The home side lost four wickets reaching their target in the 28th over, Forster taking 2-19.
Alvanley lost by 36 runs at Hale Barns, despite bowling out the home side for a modest 120, Chris charles taking 4-37 and Stephen Charles 3-26.
After the break, Alvanley crash out for 84, Stephen Charles top scoring with 28 and Andy Bennion 22.
Alvanley 2nd romped home to a massive victory over visiting Irby
Batting first, they amassed 252-7 with Phil Erasmus hitting 50, James Palliser 51 and David Beergstrand 40 not out.
Irby were tumbed out for 73, with Mike Heathcote taking 7-22.

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