TEAM REPORTS
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1st XI v Emanuel School
On winning the toss, Wilson's elected to bat. Pranav (21) was watchful on what was a slow and low wicket. It was down to the middle order batsmen Arjun (78 not out) and Ellis (20) who got us to a total of 140 off 20 overs. The Emanuel batsmen found the conditions difficult chasing a large total with quality bowling from the Wilson's bowlers. Pick of the bowlers were Niruthihan (3 overs 2 wickets for 8 runs) and Mustafa (2 overs 2 wickets for 2 runs). The Emanuel batsmen struggled throughout the innings and Wilson's won by 66 runs

2nd XI v Emanuel School
Emanuel elected to bat. Excellent bowling saw Wilson's dismiss Emanuel for 51 all out. Ibrahim & Janam both taking 3 wickets. The Wilson's batsmen made light work of this low total winning by 10 wickets in 7 overs. Udith top scored with 24 off 24 balls.

U14A v Wallington County
Wilson's Captain Ansh opted to bat first. A positive opening partnership between Diyath (14) and Aditya (17) paved the way for Ashutosh (35), Abhi (20) and Xanin (23) to post a total of 126 off 20 overs. The Wallington batsmen found it difficult to score runs from our leg spinners Artharva (3 overs for 7 runs) and Ansh (3 overs, 1 wicket for 7 runs) fell 49 runs short finishing on 77 for 5 giving Wilson's the victory.

1st XI v Kingston Grammar
KGS won the toss and elected to bat. A good start by KGS due to some indifferent bowling and sloppy fielding saw them score 40 off the first 4 overs. In the middle of the innings Niruthihan (2 overs, 1 wicket for 2 runs) helped slow the run rate and KGS eventually got to 114 off 20 overs. Pick of the bowlers was Ellis (4 overs, 3 wickets for 18 runs). Chasing a relatively low total on a good pitch with short boundaries the Wilson's top order batsmen didn't capitalise and it was left to Ellis Jarrold (37 from 28 balls) to see Wilson's to victory by 3 wickets.

2nd XI v Kingston Grammar
KGS decided to bat and made 86 all out in 16.1 overs. The stand out bowlers for Wilson's were Ibrahim Hossain (3 overs, 3 wickets for 8 runs) along with Pradyumn Sharma (3 overs, 3 wickets for 6 runs). The Wilson's openers Udith Molanguri (41 off 57 balls) and Aditya Kalel (19 off 39 balls) took the score to 59 in 13 overs before Aditya Kalel was stumped. Pranav Kulkarni helped accelerate the game by scoring 6 runs off 7 balls and running hard between the wickets. Wilson's got to the total of 89 in 16 overs to win by 9 wickets.

U12A v Wallington County
With a much changed team, Wilson's were bowled out for 65 runs. The Wilson's bowlers gave a good account of themselves but came up against two determined Wallington batsmen who saw them to victory by 10 wickets.

1st XI v Reigate Grammar
Reigate elected to bat in their 40 match at Hartswood Sports Ground. After a couple of early break throughs two of the Reigate middle order batsmen put on a 100 run partnership and looked like posting a score over 250 runs. Jackson (photo banner above) bowled superbly at the end of the innings taking a hat trick (all bowled) and returned figures of 3 wickets for 27 runs off 8 overs which helped contain Reigate to 225 off 40 overs. In reply, Wilson's lost early wickets by playing too many loose shots when patience was needed in a 40 over match. There were some good performances from the middle order Luke (36), Adam (26) and our U14A player Ansh (19) but Reigate won comfortably by 60 runs.

U15A v Reigate Grammar
Wilson's elected to bat, Ahrujan and Hriday built a steady 50 run opening partnership from the first 13 overs. Ahrujan hit 56 but steady wickets reduced Wilson's to 104 for 8 from their 25 overs. Reigate Grammar started the run chase well, but the turn to Ahrujan's spin (4 for 16) led to a collapse. With Reigate at 79 for 8, a sensible 9th wicket partnership saw them home with a couple of overs to spare winning by 2 wickets. Credit to Adhrit, Umer and Ishaan who stepped up from the Wilson's 13As and made great contributions to the team.

U15B v Reigate Grammar
An excellent performance by the U15Bs posted a competitive score of 141 for 8 off 25 overs. In reply, Reigate were bowled out for 72 due to quality bowling and fielding from Wilson's giving them the victory by 69 runs.

U14A v Reigate Grammar
A very close game played on a challenging wicket saw Wilson's beat Reigate by 4 wickets. Wilson's used 10 bowlers where Shravan took 2 wickets and Xanin and Ashutosh restricted Reigate to 103 in 25 overs. Opening batsman Atharva held the innings together with a very sensible 34 not out to see Wilson's home with 2 balls to spare.

U14B v Reigate Grammar
Wilson's opening batsmen, Jeet (18) and Shriyans (26) put on 62 for the first wicket. We then lost regular wickets to reach a competitive 104 all out off 20 overs. There was good bowling from Ishan, Advait and Vivek all taking 2 wickets ending Reigate's run chase to 94 for 9 in their 20 overs. This gave Wilson's the victory by 10 runs.

U13A v Reigate Grammar
Reigate won the toss and put Wilson's into bat. Wilson's managed to reached 79 for 6 with Vaibhav (24 off 54 balls). In reply, the Wilson's bowlers bowled a good line and length but the Reigate batsmen consistently found the gaps in the field and won by 8 wickets.

U13B v Reigate Grammar
Wilson's batsmen were all out for 56 runs off 16 overs. A combination of poor shots and two run outs saw Wilson's post a below par score. The Wilson's pace bowlers bowled really well but Reigate passed our total easily winning by 7 wickets in 15 overs.

Results

Wednesday 23 June
Wilson’s vs Emanuel School
1st XI won by 66 runs
2nd XI won by 10 wickets

Thursday 24 June
Wilson’s vs Wallington County Grammar
U14A won by 49 runs

Friday 25 June
Wilson’s vs Kingston Grammar School
1st XI won by 3 wickets
2nd XI won by 9 wickets

Wilson’s vs Wallington County Grammar
U12A lost by 10 wickets

Saturday 26 June
Wilson’s vs Reigate Grammar School
1st XI lost by 60 runs
U15A lost by 2 wickets
U15B won by 69 runs
U14A won by 4 wickets
U14B won by 10 runs
U13A lost by 8 wickets
U13B lost by 7 wickets

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