Match Day: Sat Jun 20 2015 | Start Time: 01:00: PM | Venue: Home
Type of Game: League
First XI 267 for 9 - Old Merchant Taylors 202 All Out
Performance of the Day: Bret Van Niekerk 67 Alkesh Vaja 60 Not Out Sachin Moudgil 3 for 15
Maidenhead and Bray 1st XI secured a 25-point win with just two balls to spare against Old Merchant Taylor’s CC on Saturday. After being asked to bat first, openers James Coyne and Alex Hess immediately took the attack to the bowlers, hitting 30 runs in the first three overs. Coyne fell for 25 but set the fast-scoring tone for the day. James Billington was bowled for just seven and the impressive Hess misjudged a delivery to be bowled for 53. Skipper Brett Van Niekerk joined James Tattersall and the pair started to rebuild the innings until Tattersall was caught at mid-wicket. Van Niekerk proceeded to push the innings with some measured attacking strokes but Maidenhead and Bray were left in a precarious position as James Brooks and George Parsons went for three runs combined. Alkesh Vaja then joined Van Niekerk at the wicket and the two of them put a healthy partnership together. Van Niekerk (67) was finally out caught but Maidenhead and Bray finished on 267 for nine wickets with Vaja ending on a fine 60 not out.
In reply OMT got off to a quick start of their own, before Coyne eventually got the break through leaving OMT on 53 for one wicket. The next two wickets came in quick succession with Coyne (three for 67) dismissing the top three with some fine bowling. Vaja soon joined the wickets tally with a superb delivery to Hasan, clipping the top of off stump. Maidenhead and Bray then turned to spin and soon made headway, courtesy of Sachin Moudgil who bowled superbly to end up with figures of three wickets for 15 runs in nine tight overs. Vaja wrapped up the game just as it looked like OMT would hold on, with help from a fantastic leg-side stumping from Brooks.
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