Sunday, June 17, 2018
THIRD GENERATION OF THE DUNDERDALE DYNASTY HELPS BRIGG TOWN SECURE QUICK VICTORY
Brigg Town Cricket Club continue to lead division four of the Lincolnshire County Cricket League following a crushing home win over Louth 3rds at the Recreation Ground yesterday (Saturday, June 16).
Brigg skittled the visitors for only 33 runs, in the 18th over of the permitted 45, and then picked off their meagre target without losing a wicket.
Star of the show for Brigg was young bowler Owen Dunderdale, who took five wickets for 15 runs in seven overs.
Opening partner Tom Brock managed three for 11, while Phil Dewfall took one for one.
Brigg took only 8.2 overs to secure victory, Danny Bradley finishing 20 not out and Jack Richards 11 not out.
Watching Owen Dunderdale's fine performance were dad Adam and grandfather Garry - both former long-serving Brigg Town players.
Garry was a wicketkeeper, and Adam a noted all-rounder.
In view of the heavy early evening thunderstorm and accompanying downpour, it was just as well that Brigg won in quick time.
Result: Brigg Town (20 pts) beat Louth 3rds (0 pts) by 10 wickets.
Umpires: Laurie Brunyee & Lee Stothard.
Match sponsors: Steve & Jenny Bell.
Next game: Saturday, June 23 - away to Haxey 2nds.
Next home match: Saturday, July 7 - Brigg Town v East Halton (1.30pm start).
In division one yesterday, Broughton's first teamers hosted Holton-le-Clay in a game that had to be abandoned because of the weather.
Broughton made 171 all-out and the visitors were 113 for four after 22 overs.
Hibaldstow's division two fixture at Caistor 2nds was also abandoned.
Caistor were bowled out for 160, with Hibaldstow 111 for six after 26.3 overs at the close.
LINCOLNSHIRE COUNTY CRICKET LEAGUE
(sponsored by Kookabura Readers)
RESULTS - SATURDAY, JUNE 16
Barton Town 196, Scothern 96 for four - abandoned due to rain
Bracebridge Heath 2nds 133, Alkborough 127
Haxey 225 for eight, Caistor 118 for four - abandoned
Market Rasen 352 for two, Outcasts 185 for seven
Messingham 168 for nine, Cherry Willingham 95 for four
Lindum 2nds 185 for nine, Nettleham 186 for two
Broughton 171, Holton-le-Clay 113 for four - abandoned
Cherry Willingham 2nds 107, Cleethorpes 2nds 108 for one
Keelby 77, Scunthorpe Town 2nds 79 for no wicket
Louth 2nds 232 for six, Appleby-Frodingham 2nds 127
Caistor 2nds 160, Hibaldstow 111 for six - abandoned
Hartsholme 2nds 209 for seven, Grimsby Town 2nds 152
Holton-le-Clay 2nds 203, Normanby Park 179 for six - abandoned
Cleethorpes 3rds 214 for four, Outcasts 2nds 123 for four - abandoned
Scothern 2nds 253 for five, Old Lincolnians 205 for seven
Alkborough 2nds 93, Messingham 2nds 96 for five
Nettleham 2nds 204, Lindum 3rds 145
Louth 3rds 33, Brigg Town 36 for no wicket
East Halton 186 for nine, Keelby 2nds 72 for seven - abandoned
Scunthorpe Town 3rds 29, Alford 2nds 31 for one
FIXTURES - SATURDAY, JUNE 23
Alkborough v Barton Town
Caistor v Nettleham
Cherry Willingham v Outcasts
Lindum 2nds v Bracebridge Heath 2nds
Messingham v Haxey
Scothern v Market Rasen
Appleby-Frodingham 2nds v Cleethorpes 2nds
Holton-le-Clay v Market Rasen 2ns
Keelby v Hartsholme
Scunthorpe Town 2nds v Louth 2nds
Cleethorpes 3rds v Hibaldstow
Grimsby Town 2nds v Caistor 2nds
Hartsholme 2nds v Holton-le-Clay 2nds
Old Lincolnians v Normanby Park
Outcasts 2nds v Scothern 2nds
Barton Town 2nds v Alkborough 2nds
Broughton 2nds v Messinghm 2nds
Nettleham 2nds v Clee Town Laportes
Alford 2nds v Keelby 2nds
Haxey 2nds v Brigg Town
Louth 3rds v Horncastle
Scunthorpe Town 3rds v East Halton (at Hibaldstow)
Premier division games begin at 1pm, while matches in all other sections start at 1.30pm.