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1st's Win
Jun 19, 2014, 12:12 pm

14th June saw Berwick Travel to the “REC” for the 1st team fixture, on an overcast warm day. They won the toss and elected to bowl.(surprising on a good looking wicket) We got off to a slow start losing D. Hardy for 0 early on, which then saw Adam Peacock come to the crease, Adam and Chris Hardwood started to build a partnership before Chris fell for 19. Lewis Tanney walked to the middle and him and Adam built a great partnership before Adam fell chasing a wide on for 39. That brought the two young guns Lewis and Cory Milburn together they batter very well putting on a good partnership Lewis eventually falling for 70 and Cory went on to score 50 not out, D. Greaves come in an d hit a quick fire 13 including a big straight six, in our total of 237 for 7.

Berwick’s bowlers S. Emery 3 wickets for 47 and S. Middlemist 3 wickets for 55.

They lost a few early wickets chasing a big total only J. Paterson score a quick fire 63 before falling to Scott Maddison with a good close catch by R. Hogg behind the stumps. B. Soni who hit a quick fire 33 Berwick eventually fell all out for 146.

D. Greaves took 2 wickets for 15, J. Richards 5 wickets for 35 with 1 wicket each for S. Maddison, C. Milburn and L. Tanney. The rugger boys won by 91 runs.

Ashington Rugby CC 30 points and Berwick 5 points.

Second team travel to Tynemouth for a Sunday fixture.

Midweek Win
Jun 13, 2014, 9:28 pm

Wednesday 11th June saw Kirkley CC bring their midweek team to the "REC" for an important fixture with our team sitting second top of the league. Kirkley won the toss and elected to bat a number of players made small contributions to their score which finished 104 all out.

We started the run chance losing 3 important wickets without making much of an in road to the total we were chasing. Not until Ryan Hogg (Like a cat on a hot tin roof running between the wickets) got going did we have any glimer of hope Ryan hit an unbeaten 37 and help from Brad Higgins pushed the score along we went from having no chance with 4 overs left with needing 7 runs from the final over, we only needed 4 balls and fittingly Hoggy hit the winning runs.

Ashington RCC 9 points Kirkley CC 2 points.  

Honour Boards
Jun 9, 2014, 2:26 pm

We are pulling together our clubs history and our Chairman is looking for some of our past players to contact him in regards to who won Players Players, Batting and Bowling Awards 1st and 2nd teams along with our Chairman, Treasurer and Secretary details. Our Chairman said we have 80% of the information but he is looking for the gaps to be filled. If you have any information plaese give him a call.

Honour Boards
Jun 9, 2014, 2:26 pm

We are pulling together our clubs history and our Chairman is looking for some of our past players to contact him in regards to who won Players Players, Batting and Bowling Awards 1st and 2nd teams along with our Chairman, Treasurer and Secretary. Our Chairman said we have 80% of the information but he is looking for the gaps to be filled. If you have any information plaese give him a call.

More games hit with rain
Jun 9, 2014, 2:22 pm

Ist team travelled to Warkworth on Saturday 7th June 2014 with a poor forecast for later on in the afternoon, the toss would be crucial, you guessed it we lost the toss and was put into bat.

We lost Mick Nicholson after 6 balls for 4 runs and Chris Harwood after 22 balls with for 2 runs, this set the stage for Adam Peacock and Lewis Tanney to build a partnership which they did brilliantly. Adam with some very good stoke play was on 76 not out when the rain stopped play for the day, Adam had hit 12 fours and 2 sixes in his total off just 68 balls. Lewis was on 27 when the game was stopped he faced 32 balls he hit 2 fours and 1 six. The game lasted 21.4 overs and the total was 119 for 2. Warkworths wicket takers were Adam Hall and Martin Clark with 1 wickets each.   

Points Warkworth CC 6 points and Ashington Rugby CC 6 points.

2nd team entertained Stobswood at the “REC” they also lost the toss and were put into bat, and batted through a lot of rain and lost 3 wickets for their efforts

Points Ashington Rugby CC 5 points and Stobswood 6 points.

Welcome Tillside
Jun 9, 2014, 2:20 pm

Saturday 31st March saw Tillside turn up and our ground for a 1st team fixture. On a hot day Tillside won the toss and elected to bat on a good track, they batted well and ran some very quick single to keep the fielders on their toes.

Mathew Whitty scored 36, Jake Birket 63 and Cameron Beasley 51 out of their total of 227 all out on the very last ball which was a run out, the same ball Cory Milburn was on a hat trick.

Our bowlers James Richards13 overs, 1 wicket for 58 runs, Cory Milburn 12 overs, 5 wickets for 51 runs, Dean Greaves 13 overs, 1 wicket for 39 runs and Lewis Tanney 12 overs, 2 wickets for 62 runs.

Batting we started poorly losing our 2 openers quickly and that brought Adam Peacock and Lewis Tanney to the crease they built a good partnership Lewis lost his wicket when he was on 30 runs and Adam lost his wicket when he was on 97 not looking for his hundred he went to try to win the game for the Rugger Boys, a fantastic knock which gave us a chance but we just fell short all our 194 off 46.3 overs.

Points Ashington Rugby CC 9 points and Tillside 30 points.

Our 2nd Team visited Blagdon CC for their Division 1 clash of the only 2 - 2nd teams in this league.

We only had 10 men however we were bolstered by the return to cricket after 3 years away of Andy Mathews who stared with the bat he scored 42 not out of a total of 131, the other scores to mention were G. Pattinson 16 and J. Little 12. J. Case took 5 wickets for Blagdon for 16 runs.

Our bowling star was David Wanless Snr who bowled 12 over took 5 wickets for only 4 runs with 7 maidens, Craig Jobson bowled 12 over took 2 wickets for 43 runs and Trevor Elliott 8 overs 2 wickets for 13 runs. Great effort by our 10 men (concert, holidays, work and injuries)

Points Blagdon CC 7 Points and Ashington Rugby CC 27 points


Rain Rain Rain
Jun 9, 2014, 2:19 pm

24th May 2014 saw Corbridge visit the “REC” for a game against our 1st Team another match which we had a poor forecast, we lost the toss again and were put into bat and we soon hit problems, and without Mick Nicholson, Adam Peacock and Chris Harwood our batting line was a lot weaker, we were in problems when the game was called off for rain we were 46 for 6 wickets off 24 overs with only Paul Milburn staying at the crease for any length of time.

Corbridge bowled well David Hardy 12 overs 2 wickets for 14 runs, Mark Ryan 9 overs 2 wickets for 25 runs and Trustram Douglas 3 overs 2 wickets for 1 run.

Points Ashington Rugby CC 5 points and Corbridge 8 points.

Ex Player top scores
May 4, 2014, 2:59 pm

Saturday 27th April – 1st Team at home to Gateshead Ethnic Minorities Society (GEMS) the match was reduced to 45 overs with a later start due to rain. Ashington Rugby won the toss and elected to bowl. Zhoaib Shahid seemed to play a shot to each ball moving on quickly to 52 before being caught by Ryan Hogg off James Richards. Once Zhoaib was out the rugger boys made headway in the wicket column with regular break throughs. James Richards took 6 wickets for 60 runs off his 12 overs and Dean Greaves took 2 for 21 off his 7.4 overs. Gems where eventually all out for 151 off 36.4 overs.

The rugger boys got off to a slow start with early wickets of Nicholson for 0 and Harwood for 9 did not help however in came Adam Peacock who along with Dean Hardy who steadied the ship. Both took a while to get going and after 22 overs we were only 45. Then we started to take control and Adam Peacock looked a class above with some wonderful stroke making and big hitting, he went on to score 108 before being stumped looking to score the winning runs. Dean Hardy did a good job at the other end giving up strike and supporting Adam, Dean finished 19 not out. We won the game in the 39 over.

Ashington Rugby CC 30 points and GEMS 3 points.

Our 2nd team travelled to Ulgham CC to play their 1st team, we were put into bat and made a decent score of 170 for 6 off 45 overs. Jonny Richards top scored with 75, Graham Pattinson 24, Michael Watson 14.

Ulgham 1st reached the total with 2.1 overs to spare only losing 4 wickets with ex-player Bobby Dodd’s top scoring with 78 not out supported by Mark Plumber with 39. Scott Maddison took 3 wickets for 42 runs off 10 overs.  

Ulghan CC 28 points and Ashington Rugby CC 4 points.

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