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Rugger boys put out the Flames
May 11, 2015, 1:03 pm

Saturday 9th May, saw both our club 1st and 2nd teams playing Blue Flames.

Weather conditions were poor on Friday and Saturday morning, none stop rain, our covers did a great job keeping the wicket dry. Our problem was areas being soaking wet on the outfield; we used our aerator spiking the affected areas. This did the job and the 1st team eventually got going 1 hour late playing a 40 over match, things don’t change with us as we lost another toss and was put into bat. We lost a wicket early on with a smart one handed catch behind square. This brought Adam Peacock to the wicket to bat with Captain Chris Harwood, we needed a partnership built and that is what the pair did to great aplomb, both passed 50 with some great shots all around ground, when Chris was eventually out on 55 caught by Amin off Myers slow spin bowling, we lost Adam soon after just short of his hundred on 95 also caught on the square boundary by Ali of the bowling of Myers, our total was 162 for 3. The batting order was reorganised and we lost quick wickets leaving the Rugger boys all out for 183 off 38.2 overs. The damage was done by the Flames slow bowlers F. Amin 5 wickets for 22 runs and C. Myers 4 for 19.

After the break the team had a pep talk about the importance of taking early wickets and not letting them build any partnerships. We got off to a great start with The Flames losing 3 wickets for 4 runs in only 4 overs. We kept on taking wickets at regular intervals with some good ground fielding. Blue Flames were eventually all out for 65 runs, only R. Chapman on 14 and G. Ishauqe on 22 managed to get to double figures. Our bowlers Dean Greaves 4 wickets for 23 runs, James Richards 4 wickets for 22 runs and Cory Milburn 2 wickets for 9 runs. Great win making all the hard work getting the game on well worth it. We won by 118 runs.

Ashington Rugby CC 29 points Blue Flames CC 5 points.

Our 2nd team played away travelling with 9 men due to some late cry offs and also being hit with holidays, injuries and work commitments. We batted first scoring 139 with Craig Jobson hitting his first ever 50 in senior cricket finishing on 53. We then bowled out Blue Flames for 107 the David “Dibbly Dobbler” Wanless Snr did the damage with 6 wickets for 25 runs which drove a steak into the heart of the Flames run chase. Great first win of the season for our young captain David Wanless Jnr, he needs to pat his dad on the back for doing the damage.

Blue Flames 6 points Ashington Rugby CC 27 points


Bad day at the office
Apr 29, 2015, 8:43 pm

Saturday 25th April saw a wet/rainy day the 2nd team game against Warenford CC away was called off early in the day. The 1st's wish they had done the same against Blagdon Park CC, sitting around until 3:30pm, 2 1/2 hours after the start time we got under way in a 35 over match. We lost the toss like we normally do in reduced weather effected game and yes we were put into bat, we lost a wicket with the very first ball of our innings, then in came Adam Peacock to partner Midge they got off to a great start and we were in the 60s when Adam went for a big hit and was caught out on the long boundary for 42 in a innings litter with some great shots, including a huge straight six which hit the Rugby club house wall (long way).

With his wicket seemed to go the run rate and wickets fell at regular intervals, only Chris Harwood on 15 and Michael (Midge) Adamson with 17 were the only ones to get into double figures. We had 2 wickets fall with a first ball and 1 for a second ball, this hit us hard and never really got going after Adam's wicket we ended up all out for 122. Blagdons bowling Johnson 3 wickets for 18 runs and J Concannon 4 wickets for 7 runs.

Blagdon took their time and slowly built a score D Gibson did the damage, he scored 62 not out and Blagdon CC won by 7 wickets. Our bowling Dean Greaves 1 wicket for 25 runs and Cory Milburn 2 wickets for 25 runs.

Ashington RCC 2 points Blagdon Park CC 30 points.


Cricket Net
Apr 22, 2015, 12:05 pm

Outdoor net on Thursday at 6pm on 23rd April 6pm start.


First games of the 2015 season
Apr 22, 2015, 12:05 pm

Saturday 18th April saw the 2015 season get underway, the 1st team were away at Chopwell/GEMS and the 2nd Team came up against Stobswood at the “REC”, on a warm dry day.

The 1st team lost the toss on a poor looking wicket and you guessed it we were put into bat, captain Harwood was the only one to really occupy the crease for any length of time he scored 22, Adam Peacock could do nothing with a ball which shot along the ground. Cory Milburn top scored with 24 before falling to Mukhtar, the return of Graham Whitworth (Flinty) stood his ground and hit some lovely straight drives in his 18 not out, we should also mention Dean Greaves straight hit 6 in his cameo. We eventually fell all out for 165 off 35 overs just as well for GEMS as they only had 10 to 15 minutes left to bowl their remaining 15 odd overs, 47 extras helped cause the delay with over 35 wide’s being bowled.

We needed to get off to a good start and Dean Greaves provided it with 2 LBW’s in the first over, H Mohammed helped pull together their innings with a fine 50 before falling to Cory Milburn. S Shar scored 21, F Ahmed 17, A Muktar 19 kept the score turning over. However the Rugger boys bowling attack kept taking wickets at regular intervals which eventually end up with GEMS all out on 139. Our bowlers Dean Greaves 3 wickets for 17, James Richards 1 wicket for 50, Cory Milburn 3 wickets for 23 and Graham Whitworth 3 wickets for 32. Ashington Rugby Cricket Club ended up winning by 36 runs.

GEMS 7 points and Ashington RCC 28 Points.

Our 2nd team won the toss on a good looking wicket at the REC and elected to bat, we lost a few early wickets before Kevin Hetherington and Jay Little put on a great stand Kevin ended up on 40 and Jay ended up 65 not out, we ended up with 174 for 6 wickets in 40 0vers.

Stobswood CC started well in their chase only bowler from the Rugger boys who did any damage was David Wanless Jnr who ended up with 5 wickets for 30 runs, in his first game back for the club after a few years from his employment jaunt down in Hull. Our ground fielding was not good and this let us down. Stobswood ended up winners hitting the winning run with 7 balls left of their innings finishing 176 for 7 wickets. D. Townsley hit 35 and A Toddhunter hit 48 helping Stobswood to take the victory by 3 wickets.

Ashington RCC 6 points and Stobswood CC 26 points.


Punch Drunk Comedy Night
Apr 12, 2015, 8:02 am

Another night of comedy at the Rugby Club 22nd April doors open 7pm and first act comes on at 8pm, there has been lots of tickets already sold so make sure you get there early or you may not get in. Tickets cost £10. This is the second punchdrunk event following the great sucess of last months event.

The host is Andrew Stanley with 3 comedians they are, John Scott, Dan Nightingale and Peter Brush.


Outdoor Training
Apr 11, 2015, 7:58 am

Following on from Thursday 1st team fielding and ground training, also using the practice area with our bowling machine.

We intended to do the same this week on a Tuesday and Thursday and we hope to have a strip cut on the end of our square for much needed practice. Start time approx 6:00pm all members welcome.


18th April Entertainment at club
Apr 3, 2015, 9:09 pm

Saturday 18th April, the Rugby Club has a great singer on at the club his name is Gareth Beddard it will be a good night and for only £2, it is well worth attending after our cricket matches. There will be a good crowd in as it is the rugby clubs last game of the season. See poster. 

Lets make a night of it!!!!!!!!!!!!


Friendly in doubt
Apr 3, 2015, 8:46 pm

Our friendly on 11th April is in doubt, due to the weather, apart from cross over rolling done a while ago nothing else can be done at the ground as it is soaking wet. The game is 95% off as we look at it now, and it does not look good for the season starting the following week if the weather does not change, we need the sun and lots of sun to come out and the rain to go away. 

MATCH CANCELLED


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