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Walsden
Sunday, 05 August 2012

DHAMMIK! Middleton Fall Short As Ranil Rules The Roost

By ROD HIGHTON

WALSDEN'S Sri Lankan Lankan professional, Ranil Dhammika, stole the show at Scott Street with a superb match-winning performance to keep his side on top of the CLL league table.

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Wood Cup semi-final
Sunday, 05 August 2012

WOOD YOU BELIEVE IT!

IT'S a glorious day and let's hope it continues that way as Middleton take on Rochdale at Towncroft in the re-arranged semi-final of the Wood Cup, writes STEVE BOTT.

Steve Davey and his men are looking to defend a second trophy having successfully retained the 20/20 Cup after an epic day at Littleborough recently.

TEAM: Davey, Stanworth, Hardman, Walker, S Fitton, G Jones, Core, Highton, Zaman, R Fitton, M Smith (professional).

Food and drink available from noon.

 
Player Profiles- Dale Highton
Friday, 03 August 2012

To try and allow the fans to connect with the players, and find a little about their personal life, we are starting a players profile section. First up is spin bowler, Dale Highton

 

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20/20 Averages
Tuesday, 31 July 2012
Here are Middleton's statistics from the victorious Twenty20 campaign
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Averages
Tuesday, 31 July 2012
Middleton CC 1st Averages 2012
Including Lancashire Cup
Up to and including 29/07/2012
 INS       NO         RUNS               H/S                 AVE CA   ST
M Smith 18           4            891                  182no             63.64 8
T Hardman 16           4            474                  100                 39.50     2
S Stanworth 18           2            569                   96                  35.56 9       5
G Jones 14           3            194                   54                  17.63 7
G Walker 15           4            194                   35                  17.63 3
S Davey 18           2            269                   47                  16.81 9
M Lee   6           1              69                   33                  13.80 3
C Smith   3           0              27                   22                    9.00 3
A Copeland   1           0                9                     9                    9.00
D Highton   7           1              49                   17                    8.16 1
R Jones 11           2              65                   17                    8.12 5
R Fitton   4           0              31                   14                    7.75 3
D Core 10           3              48                   18                    6.85 12
M Buckley   4           1              17                   15                    4.25 3
Z Zaman   6           4               5                     4                     2.50
Overs         Maidens       Runs       Wickets             Ave
G Walker   18.4               1                93              7               13.28
D Core 110                  9              459            26               17.65  
D Highton 221                28              768            41               18.73
T Hardman 128.5             12              518            27               19.18                 
Z Zaman 158                31              551            25               22.04                 
R Fitton   13                  0                45              2               22.50
M Buckley   17                  0                84              0                 
 
Milnrow
Monday, 30 July 2012

Milnrow v Middleton Sunday July 29 2012

Milnrow Rain On Twenty Plenty Champs Parade

By ROD HIGHTON

TWENTY twenty specialists Middleton were beaten in a game reduced to 30 overs.

The game started at 3.30 and with nine overs to go Middleton seemed to be in a good position to win. They needed 65 off nine overs with seven wickets left but Milnrow professional Baber Naeem had Michael Smith lbw for 25 just when the big South African pro was getting into his stride.

Middleton lost six more wickets for just 44 runs to end the game 20 runs short.

Naeem, Milnrow's captain, having won the toss, elected to bat, but it was Middleton who got off to the better start when Zaffer Zaman bowled Nathan Sinkinson for two with the score on four.

Naeem joined Alex Bartley at the crease  and together they put on the top stand of the match - 75 - with Bartley happy to support his pro as Naeem played some lovely shots around the ground before falling  to the  first ball of Dale Highton's spell well caught by Hardman for 48 off 40 balls. Highton hit nine fours.

Mohamed Jehangir (11) was the next to fall with the score on 100. This time Hardman took a catch off Danny Core.

Core struck again 18 runs later when he bowled Steve Dryden for nine. Bartley fell with the score on 135 stumped by Scott Stanworth to give Core his third wicket for what was a valuable knock of  52 off 87 balls.

Milnrow went from 135 for five to finish on 145 for nine as Middleton came back well with Highton taking two wickets in as many balls. Milnrows' overseas amateur Ali Muzaffar was caught by Core for 10 and then he bowled  Dean Lord with his next ball.

Core was also involved in the last two wickets to fall in the last over. Adam Yates was caught by Grant Jones  and Declan Wilkinson run out. John Lowe was not out on one and Aaron Brown did not face a ball.  Core finished with figures of 46 for four and Highton's were 39 for three. 

Middleton got off to a decent start with Stanworth and George Walker opening the innings and putting on a stand of 46 before Walker fell caught and bowled by Naeem  for 21.

Just three runs later Stanworth followed him, caught by Sinkinson off Muzaffar for 22. Muzaffer picked up his second wicket when he bowled Hardman for one with the score on 65.

Smith's wicket was the one Milnrow wanted and after he went they turned the screw. Aided by the run outs of Grant Jones (5) and Core (2), Reece Jones was stumped by Dryden in between off Wilkinson for eight.

Richard Fitton fell bowled first ball by Naeem and Highton (2) was well caught and bowled to give Naeem his fourth wicket. Naeem finished with figures of 15 3 37 4 as Middleton ended on a disappointing 125 for nine with Davey unbeaten on 21 and Zaman 0 not out.

Next week the first team travel across the border to Yorkshire to play the League Leaders Walsden with the Second XI at Towncroft. On Sunday the Firsts are home to Rochdale in the re-arranged Wood Cup semi-final and the Second XI travel to Littleborough to play in the Burton Cup semi -final.

It's a big day for the club which hopefully will see both teams through to their respective cup finals.

MILNROW

A Bartley st Stanworth b Core 52

N Sinkinson b Zaman 2

B Naeem ct Hardman b Highton 48

M Jehangir ct Hardman b Core 11

S Dryden b Core 9

A Muzaffar ct Core b Highton 10

D Lord b Highton 0

J Lowe not out 1

A Yates ct G Jones b Core 2

D Wilkinson run out 0

A Brown not out 0

Extras 10

Total 145 for 9

Bowling

T Hardman 8 1 36 0

Z Zaman 3 0 22 1

D Core 12 0 46 4

D Highton 7 0 39 3

MIDDLETON

S Stanworth ct Sinkinson b Muzaffar 22

G Walker ct & b Naeem 21

M Smith lbw Naeem 25

T Hardman b Muzaffar 1

G Jones run out 5

S Davey not out 21

R Jones st  Dryden b Wilkinson 8

D Core run out 2

R Fitton b Naeem 0

D Highton ct & b Highton 2

Z Zaman not out 0

Extras 18

Total 125 for 9

Bowling

B Naeem 15 3 37 4

A Brown 2 0 18 0

D Lord 3 0 18 0

A Muzaffar 6 1 23 2

D Wilkinson 4 0 20 1

 
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