Thursday, May 30
Wellington, GB


Weekly Round-Up: 13th May

Weekend Summary

Wellington 1sts are still looking for their first win of the season after they came up short at home to Dorridge. Dogged resistance from Ryan Fernando and Steve Brooks earned the 2nds a draw away to Forton. The 3rds failed to responde to a big total set by Sentinel II on their travels. Meanwhile, the 4ths were emphatically beaten by Bishops Castle at Orleton Park, being bowled out for just 39 runs. On Sunday, the rain interrupted an exciting match between the 5ths and St Georges IV, meaning the points were shared.

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PerformanCE of the Weekend

Ryan Fernando’s 40 not out came off 61 balls, frustrating the Forton bowlers for over 15 overs and earning the 2nd XI a losing draw.


Sam Good played some lovely shots on the way to 23 for the 5th XI on Sunday. Well done young man, keep working hard.

Honourable Mentions

  • Dinesh Perera has started the season in good form and he was the pick of the bowlers for the 1st team on Saturday, claiming 3-35 in ten overs.
  • Steve Brooks showed Dravid-like resilience in support of Ryan Fernando for the 2nd XI.
  • Matt Stinson added another 3 wickets to his early season tally and chipped in with 39 runs.
  • Dave Good (3-39) helped the 5th XI restrict the scoring of a strong St Georges side.


Hottest assests in Week two:

  1. Matt Stinson (£5.6m) – 90 points
  2. Dinesh Perera (£6m) – 68 points
  3. Ryan Fernando (£5.5m) – 68 points

Manager Standings:

  1. Umpire Strikes Back – Hugh Morris – 805 points
  2. Across The Line – Luke Goring – 798
  3. Howzat CC – Nikki Stinson – 784 points

Manager of the Week:

Howzat CC – Nikki Stinson – 438

Elsewhere In The Club

  • Friday evening was an extremey busy one as All Stars Cricket returned for another summer. As ever, the energy levels of our 5-to-8 year olds were through the roof – testing the stamina of our wonderful coaches!
  • Last Tuesday saw the first junior match of a busy summer take place with Wellington U11s hosting St Georges. It was a great warm-up exercise for the season ahead and the guys absoluted loved being back out there.

Looking Forward

  • Wellington Wildcats, the club’s midweek team, is back in action on Tuesday night against Allscott Beat. Come down for a drink and enjoy the match.
  • Junior Cricket is well and truly back with the return of U15, U13 and U11 leagues this week, plus an U13 tie in the cup on Thursday at home to Codsall.
  • Next Saturday brings a double-header for the club as both the 1st and 2nd XI face local rivals Shifnal. Can Wellington 1sts claim their first win of the season with Dan Lloyd returning to the side?
  • There’s also a couple of bonus fixtures this week as the 2nd XI face Worfield II in the Shropshire Cup on Thursday evening; and the 1st XI travel to the same ground in the BDPCL Cup on Sunday afternoon (2pm). Your support will be appreciated at both!

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Any Other Business

  • Don’t miss our Presidents Day on Sunday 26th May when the club will be playing simultaneous mens and ladies matches. There will be some old faces on show and we will be welcoming our sponsors to enjoy the day.

  • We now have a date for our next Quiz Night, which will be held on Saturday 1st June. Get it in the diary and we’ll have more details soon!

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