Selsey are back on top of division three of the West Sussex Invitation League while Aldwick have been enjoying a tour of the Isle of Wight.
Read the latest reports from both clubs here..
Selsey v Himani
Invitation League division three
Selsey returned to the top of division three with a convincing seven-wicket home win over Himani.
Electing to bat first, they were dismissed for 108 thanks to a brilliant spell of bowling from Josh Stocks, who took six for 39 off 15 overs.
Nic Nolan with 27, Nick Horner 17 not out and a graceful 39 not out from Tom Benham saw Selsey home.
Tom Amis (2-30) and Tom Cripps (2-39) were the other wicket-takers. Himani were grateful to Bhavin, who blasted 78 not out.
In reply Selsey lost a couple of quick wickets but Nic Nolan with 27, Nick Horner 17 not out and a graceful 39 not out from Tom Benham saw Selsey home.
Horsham 4th v Selsey 2nd
Selsey suffered defeat on the road to Horsham by three wickets. Selsey were invited to bat first and at the halfway stage were 109 for three and a big total looked on the cards. But they collapsed to 175 all out in 31.3 overs.
James Chaloner (47) and Matt Weller (43) were the chief run scorers.
In reply Horsham chased down in the 38th over mainly thanks to Adam Goacher’s 68. Wicket-takers for Selsey were Ashley Humphries (2-24), Joe Clarke (1-48) and Will Smith (3-45).
Selsey Sunday v Gosport
Selsey’s Sunday team recorded a comphreshive 140-run win over Gosport.
They batted first and scored 211 all out in 39.2 overs thanks to fine innings from Tom Benham (50) and James Chaloner (60no).
In reply Gosport were reeling from the off as Tom Cripps took an early hat-trick to the delight of the home crowd.
Gosport were dismissed for 71 in 27.5 overs –the wicket-takers were Tom Cripps (3-9), Will Smith (3-19), Stuart Montague (2-15) and Josh stocks (2-6).
Aldwick on tour
When you have six games in six days ahead of you, it is important you get off to a good start and Aldwick certainly did that on their Isle of Wight tour as theycruised to an easy victory at Arreton with great batting and bowling performances.
As befits tour tradition, the tourists were asked to bat first and posted a hefty 258. Louis Paul started proceedings by racing to 46 in just 23 balls and Keelan Belcher (100*) took over as he decimated the islanders’ bowlers with an exciting century which will cost him a round of drinks. Steve Harris (3-40) did his best but the tourists were in an ebullient mood.
Aldwick’s good day out continued when the home side went out to bat. Liam Hicks took three for seven and two wickets apiece from Will Pegg, Ben Bambridge and Ollie Smith sealed the deal as Arreton were bowled out for 86. Only Sam Sanyal (26) and Chris Yates (13) survived the rout – nobody else made double figures.
Aldwick knew the rest of the tour would not be as easy as the week went on.
This week the weary tourists will be back in league action against Broadbridge Heath.
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