London Maccabi Vale Cricket Club


St Johns Wood v London Maccabi Vale Cricket Club 1st XI on Sun 05 Jul 2015 at 1pm
London Maccabi Vale Cricket Club Won By 6 wickets

Match report London Maccabi Vale boosted their Chess Valley League title hopes with a six-wicket success over St John’s Wood.

Teenager Jack Davis was amongst the wickets as LMV dismissed SJW for 169 on a slow and low-bouncing wicket. Steven Allweis, Eddie Davis (2-39), Neil Lederman and Adam Spooner (3-38) also chipped in with the ball, while Adam Solomons marked his first match of the season with three catches.

LMV’s reply got off to a bad start when Spooner was bowled, but Danny Caro and Jonny Gould (38) steadied the ship with an important partnership before a typically flambuoyant knock from Adam Brand took the game away from SJW.

Brand struck a flurry of boundaries and a six on his way to 58 before Solomons and Davis knocked off the runs to help maintain LMV’s unbeaten record.

LMV travel to nearest rivals Wembley at Vale Farm on Sunday.

St Johns Wood Batting
Player name RunsMB4s6sSR
6w 2b 2lb 
for 10 wickets
169 (45.0 overs)
  Caught  27
  Caught  54
  Caught  0
  Caught  15
  Caught  9
  Caught  15
  Caught  12
  Bowled  10
  Not Out  9
  Run out  8

London Maccabi Vale Cricket Club 1st XI Bowling

Player NameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
Steven Allweis10.0126126.002.60
Jonathan Freedman7.012300.003.29
Eddie Davis10.0139219.503.90
Neil Lederman7.0026126.003.71
Jack Davis4.0024124.006.00
Adam Spooner7.5038312.674.85

London Maccabi Vale Cricket Club 1st XI Batting
Player Name RMB4s6sSRCatchesStumpingsRun outs
2nb 3w 1b  
for 4 wickets

(36.2 overs)
Danny CARO Lbw  24 55 2 43.64 1
Adam Spooner Bowled  5 6 1 83.33 1
Jonathan Gould Bowled  38 52 7 73.08
Adam Brand Caught  58 42 11 1 138.10 1
Adam Solomons Not Out  25 35 5 71.43 3
Eddie Davis Not Out  14 24 58.33
Neil Lederman  
Steven Allweis  
Jonathan Daniels  
Jonathan Freedman   1
Jack Davis  

St Johns Wood Bowling

Player nameOversMaidensRunsWicketsAverageEconomy
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