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A busy start to the week for the U15s!
Monday saw a great batting performance to successfully chase down Marton's 110. Ben Collinson struck his fourth half century of the season and was well supported by Jacob Iley, Sam Howes and Josh Neilson to reach 111-2 in 17 overs and earn a comfortable victory against the Teesside outfit.
Tuesday saw us travel to take on a strong Easingwold team and having elected to bowl first we were up against it after the hosts racked up a total of... 116-6. Our fielding let us down at times and some drills are currently being pencilled in for training.
A difficult task was made harder following the loss of early wickets but the impressive Sam Pyman (25) and Tom Spence (32) helped Thirsk to 73-5 at the close against some very good bowling.
This weeks results leave our young side with 3 wins and 2 defeats from our 5 league games so far.
Next up on Monday night is a trip to Sessay.
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Lost after Monday's cricket session...
Thanks very much
Many thanks to Bagels and Bakes for their kind donation of lunch for two (bagels, cake and drink).
Love our local traders!
Huge thanks to Jane Jackson at who this evening donated four surprise prizes for the raffle tomorrow evening.
2nd XI move on to Semi-Final of Cup posted 13th June 2017
Batting first Thirsk made 176 with Neil and Ben Morgan both finishing in the 70's. 125-5 of 20overs was Spennithorne's reply seeing Thirsk 2nds into the Semi Finals. WELL DONE!!
Great result for
the U15s this evening at Stillington.
Thirsk made 125-5 with Ben Collinson making his third unbeaten half century in as many innings.
Thirsk took the opportunity to bowl 8 different bowlers who restricted Stillington to just 50-6 from their 18 overs.
Well done to the 1st xi for an valient effort chasing 250. Stewart Christon with 59 showing his class was supported by the young fella Harry Collinson 47 and ald lad Ross McAndrew 43 not out to reach 218-8.