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Archived Results 2010

2010

COMBINED SERVICES LADIES VS MCC LADIES (TWENTY 20)

Army Cricket Ground, Aldershot, 12 August 2010

First Match

Combined Services Ladies 107 for 5 (20 overs) E Boswell 32
A Potgieter 30
B Nicholson 3 for 11
MCC Ladies 106 for 4 (20 overs) L Boorman 37

RESULT: Combined Services Ladies won by 1 run

Second match

MCC Ladies 102 for 6 (20 overs) L Boorman 60
A Potgieter 3 for 9
H Garton 3 for 3 for 14
Combined Services Ladies 101 for 6 (20 overs) E Koff 
24 not out
E Hubbard 2 for 11
R Bellamy 2 for 15

RESULT: MCC Ladies won by 1 run


 

COMBINED SERVICES LADIES VS MCC LADIES (DECLARATION GAME)

Army Cricket Ground, Aldershot, 11 August 2010

MCC Ladies won the toss and elected to bat
MCC Ladies 150 all out (64.3 overs) S Goodden 24
H Garton 3 for 16
C Norris 2 for 12
Combined Services Ladies 53 all out (27.1 overs) J May 3 for 10
B Nicholson  2 for 5
L Pagett 2 for 12

RESULT: MCC Ladies won by 97 runs

 


ARMY LADIES V ROYAL AIR FORCE LADIES

Thursday 15 July 2010 – Aldershot

Army Ladies beat Royal Air Force by 78 runs
Army Ladies 220 for 7 Brown 35 not out
Brophy 2 for 14
Royal Air Force Ladies 142 for 5 Orme 51 not out
Potgieter 2 for 8

 

ARMY LADIES V ROYAL NAVY LADIES

Tuesday 13 July 2010 – Aldershot

Army Ladies beat Royal Navy Ladies by 46 runs
Army Ladies 232 all out Potgieter 74
Bottoms 64
Boswell 3 for 24
Royal Navy Ladies 186 for 9 Frost 35
Potgieter 3 for 21
Brown 3 for 34

 


 

ARMY LADIES V MCC LADIES

Wednesday 7 July 2010 – Aldershot

MCC Ladies beat Army Ladies by 9 runs
MCC Ladies 252 for 8 Ross 103
 Burton 100
   Potgieter 4 for 36
Gardner  3 for 30
Army Ladies 243 for 4 Potgieter  144 not out
Gardner 50




ARMY LADIES V ORPINGTON LADIES

Saturday 3 July 2010 – Aldershot

Army Ladies beat Orpington Ladies by 4 wickets
Orpington Ladies 253 for 7 Wilson 38
Army Ladies 254 for 6 Potgieter 158 not out

 


ARMY LADIES V CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY LADIES

Tuesday 29 June 2010 – Pembroke College Cambridge

Cambridge University Ladies beat Army Ladies by 119 runs
Cambridge University Ladies 210 for 7 Bellfield 56
Hornsby 57
Potgieter 4 for 26
Army Ladies 91 all out Davies 3 for 15
Clarkson 3 for 22

 


ARMY LADIES V ROYAL NEW ZEALAND AIR FORCE LADIES

Wednesday 30 June 2010 – Aldershot

Royal New Zealand Air Force Ladies beat the Army Ladies by 5 wickets
Army Ladies 165 all out Potgieter 51
Vaggers 51
Captein 2 for 5
Dalton 2 for 15
RNZAF Ladies 167 for 5 Ireland 58
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INTER SERVICE LADIES TWENTY20 CRICKET TOURNAMENT 2010
SPONSORED BY QINETIQ


The fifth Inter Service Ladies Twenty20 tournament was held at Burnaby Road, Portsmouth on Thursday 17 June 2010 hosted by the Royal Navy. The ground, aided by bright sunshine and a two week period of dry weather looked in immaculate condition, well prepared and decked in Service ensigns and flags. The event is sponsored by QINETIQ, who provide valuable support to Combined Services Ladies cricket, support so vital for its growth and future.

The first match of the day saw the Royal Air Force take on the reigning champions, the Army. The Air Force after winning the toss, fancied their chances at chasing a target and invited the Army to bat, an invitation the Army welcomed and capitalised on. Led by A Potgeiter, who scored a flawless 81 not out, they amassed a score of 194 – 1, a most respectable score for any team in 20 overs. The Army bowlers struck almost immediately in the RAF innings, R Hay taking 3 – 25 in 4 overs and Potgeiter 2 – 7 in her four, reducing the RAF to 87 all out in 19.3 overs.

Army Ladies 194 – 1 (20 overs) A Potgeiter 81 not out
Streete 38 not out
RAF Ladies 87 all out (19.3) R Hay 3 – 25 (4),
A Potgeier 2 – 7 (4)
Norris 2 for 17

Army won by 107 runs

 


Losing their first match meant that the RAF had to play in the second match against the hosts. The RN won the toss and batted, the opening pair of skipper E Boswell and H Garton providing a sound base on which the remainder of the team could build. Useful contributions from C Atkinson and B Chapman helped towards a total of 175 – 3 in 20 overs. In reply the RAF started slowly and never really gat anywhere near the required run rate, losing wickets steadily throughout their allocated overs. C Lewis and B Chapman were accurate and economical and the pick of the Navy bowlers, all of whom restricted the RAF to 95 – 7 by the close.

 

Royal Navy 175 – 3 E Boswell 35
H Garton 32
C Atkinson 31 no
B Chapman 25 no
Royal Air Force 95 – 7 C Lewis 2 – 9 (2)
B Chapman 2 – 15 (4)

Royal Navy won by 80 runs


The final match Royal Navy v Army did not live up to expectations and became very much a one sided affair. The Army again batted first and with Potgeiter at the helm of their effort she steered her side to a total of 183 – 1 which included an unbeaten century from her. Replying, the Navy Ladies lost wickets quickly only Boswell making any significant contribution and a final total of 58 all out reflected the difference between the two teams.

Army 183 – 1 A Potgeiter 110 no
S Streete 36 no
Royal Navy 58 all out E Boswell  18
Norris 
 
3 for 11
Hay 3 for 13
Koff 2 for 10
Potgieter 1 for 3

Army won by 125 runs and retained the Inter Service Ladies Twenty20 title.


After the final match, Captain Ray Holyer RN, Tournament Referee, thanked all players, officials and organisers for making the day so successful, he also thanked the sponsors for their most generous contributions and introduced Mr Kevin Harvey from Qinetiq who awarded the Inter Service Twenty20 trophy to E Koff the Army captain, mementos to members of the winning Army team and the richly deserved Player of the Tournament award to A Potgeiter.


ARMY LADIES V OXFORD UNIVERSITY LADIES

Thursday 3 June 2010 – Shrivenham

Army Ladies beat Oxford University Ladies by 8 wickets
Oxford University Ladies 114 all out Hay 4 for 21
Army Ladies 115 for 2 Potgieter 63 not out
Koff 30 not out


03 JUNE 2010, SHRIVENHAM CRICKET GROUND

The Army Ladies played Oxford University at the Shrivenham cricket ground in warm and sunny conditions.  A 40 over match was contested.  The Army won the toss and elected to field first.  As Oxford University were a couple of players short, the Army loaned them Pat ‘Patricia’ Legg, their coach as an extra player.

The Army applied good pressure early on and Oxford found it hard to get runs on the board.  The hard work paid off with the combination of R Hay bowling and Captain E Hoff catching to get the first wicket in the 9th over for 22 runs.  The bowlers continued to apply pressure and the next 3 wickets fell in the following 2 overs.  Oxford had a bit of a rally when ‘Patricia’ came into bat at the half way point when the score was 48 for 7.  Supporting the remaining batters, he helped Oxford put on a further 66 runs before A Potgieter claimed the final wicket in the first ball of the 33rd over.  All the bowlers played well–of particular note:  R Hay got 4 wickets for 21 runs from 8 overs, R Brown got 2 wickets for 6 runs off 4 overs and A Potgieter got 2 wickets for 10 off 4.1 overs.  S Simpson and A Speer, both new to the team this year, each got their 1st wickets playing for the Army.  Oxford scored a total of 114 runs

After refreshments, the Army went out to bat.  Following the fall of the first 2 wickets for 16 runs, A Potgieter and E Koff steadied the ship and finished the game with an impressive partnership of 99 runs; A Potgieter got a very quick 63 from only 49 balls and E Koff got a very good 30 from 33 balls.  The Army won the game in 16.2 overs and by 8 wickets.

In all it was an encouraging match for the Army, the first of our 40 over matches this season.  Focus will now turn back to T20 preparation for the T20 Inter Services later this month.  

 


 

ARMY LADIES V DORSET LADIES (Twenty 20)

Saturday 15th May 2010 – Blandford

First Match
Dorset Ladies beat the Army Ladies by 8 wickets
Army Ladies 66 for 9 Brown 17
Potgieter 16
Dorset Ladies 67 for 2 Budd 22
Brown 1 for 11
Second Match
Dorset Ladies 66 for 9 Burry 24
Koff 4 for 8
Brown 3 for 8
Army Ladies 67 for 4 Potgieter 33

 

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