Summary of last week's matches

Summary of last week's matches

By Jon Kuhrt
24 August
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Mixed fortunes this week but 2s, Academy and Mitres all got great wins at Sandilands

The 2nd XI, Academy XI and Mitres all got great wins at Sandilands this weekend

Mixed fortunes for ACC this past week. The Mitres won their T20 Surrey Slam match on Thursday. But on Saturday the 2nd XI playing Old Whits, were the only team to register a win.

On Sunday, our Academy XI got a great win against Trinity Mid-Whits.


The Mitres won their match v Mitcham after needing 27 runs off the last 2 overs. Wickets were shared by the bowlers and then Matt Stratten top-scored with 38 with Kumie Santhakumar and Cameron Armstrong getting 20s before Rochie hit the winning boundary.

On Saturday, Dan Lineker top-scored for the 1st XI in their match at Old Whits with 52 with Lewis Noble also getting 38. Despite good bowling from James Ramsey, Barry Lineker and Scott Benham, Old Whits chased down the total for 6 wickets lost.

The 2nd XI had a great win against OWs at Sandilands. Curtis Rose continued his fine form with 68. ACC accelerated towards the end of their overs with good hitting from Kash and Ali Rajah. Then a great bowling performance limited OWs to 180. Charlie Forden was the pick of the bowlers with 3-25 and Craig Stevens claimed 5 dismissals as wicket-keeper with 3 stumpings and 2 catches.

The 3rd XI were bowled out for 135 which then OWs knocked off for 4 wickets lost. A number of batsman made starts but we did not have enough runs and despite decent bowling, OW cantered home.

The 4th XI had a tight game against Sanderstead. Chasing 170, they fell an agonising 6 runs short. 16 year old Yash Vora scored a superb 63 and showed his great potential.

The Adders , under new skipper Ewan MacMillan, faced a strong Sijungrammarians 4th team and did well to score 166 with Joe Ruddy top scoring down the order with 42*. But their batsman made short work of this total and they won by 8 wickets.

On Sunday, the Academy XI secured a great win against TMW. After a good bowling and fielding performance, Tom Smith getting 3-28, ACC chased down 180 with Waran scoring a superb 59* with great support from Kumie 45. It was the team’s first win after some tough matches and as the Chairman said to the team afterwards ‘You were a credit to club’.


Thursday: Surrey Slam T20

ACC Mitres v Mitcham Warriors at Sandilands

Mitcham 140 all out
Obi Niazi 2-14, Charlie Armstrong 2-16, Matt Stratten 2-23, Dan Lineker 2-32
ACC Mitres 142-5 (19.5 overs)
Matt Stratten 38, Cameron Armstrong 29, Kumie Santhakumar 24

Result: ACC Mitres won by 5 wickets

Saturday: Surrey Challenge Cup

ACC 1st XI v Old Whits 1st XI at Old Whits

ACC 150 for 8
Dan Lineker 52, Lewis Noble 38
Old Whits 153-6 (34.2 overs)
James Ramsey 2-12, Barry Lineker 2-28, Scott Benham 2-30

Result: Old Whits won by 6 wickets


ACC 2nd XI v Old Whits 2nd XI at Sandilands

Addiscombe 2nd XI 190-7 40 overs
Curtis Rose 68, Kasheef Hassan 34*, Ali Rajah 21*
Old Whits 180-7 40 overs
Charlie Forden 3-25

Result: Addiscombe won by 10 runs


Addiscombe 3rd XI v Old Whits 3rd XI at Old Whits

Addiscombe 135 all out (35 overs)
Jon Kuhrt 32, Krishna Bhogadi 27, Jack Stone 26, Peranavaan Waran 24
Old Whits 139-4 (32.4 overs)
Peranavaan Waran 2-18

Result: Old Whits won by 6 wickets


Addiscombe 4th XI v Sanderstead 4th XI at Addington 1743

Sanderstead 170-7 (40 overs)
Haris Sajjid 2-15
Addiscombe 4th XI 164 all out (39overs)
Yash Vora 63, Sameer Kumar 38

Result: Sanderstead won by 6 runs


Adders XI v Sijungrammarians 4th XI at Sijungrammarians

Addiscombe Adders XI 166 (40 overs)
Joe Ruddy 42*, Thiru Ramasamy 30, Connor McGrath 22, Max Newark-Symonds 22
Sinjungrammarians 4th XI 167-2 (21 overs)

Result: Sinjungrammarians won by 8 wickets


Sunday Development League

ACC Academy XI v Trinity Mid-Whits at Sandilands

Trinity Mid Whits 179 all out (37.2 overs)
Tom Smith 3-28, Peravanaan Waran 2-14, Nikhil Malhotra 2-21
ACC Academy XI 180-5 (37 overs)
Peravanaan Waran 59*, Kumaran Santhakumar 45

Result: Addiscombe won by 5 wickets

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