Bashley 3rds welcomed Suttoners 1st team on another weekend of glorious sunshine and on winning the toss, had no hesitation in batting first.
Despite the loss of an early wicket, Bashley got off to an excellent start through Tom O’Sullivan and Graham Pardey until O’Sullivan was caught for a quick fire
Bashley travelled to play local rivals Cadnam for an early start due to England’s World Cup quarter final.
Bashley won the toss and elected to bat first in the glorious sunshine. Paul Kemp and Luke Stubbington made a steady start and had they taken the score to 47 when Kemp
Bashley hosted Liphook & Ripsley in the second round of the T20 cup on Sunday afternoon. The away side won the toss and decided to chase on a warm day at the BCG.
After losing an early wicket, Sam Kennett (11) and Zach Millar put on 29 runs before Millar was
Bashley travelled to Verwood in glorious sunshine and were relieved to win the toss and to bat first.
Openers Paul Kemp and Matt Wedge got the innings off to a brisk start and were going well when Wedge was bowled for 27. James Edmunds joined Kemp and the runs continued to
Bashley 3rds, with five changes due to player unavailability in the higher teams, hosted high flying Winton 1st team in glorious sunshine.
Bashley won the toss, elected to bat first and started steadily to reach 44 off the first 12 overs. They then lost 3 quick wickets, including Stubbington for 23,
Bashley won the toss and elected to bat first in cold, damp overcast conditions.
Openers Luke Stubbington and Tom O’Sullivan started well and gave the innings a brisk start until Stubbington was LBW for 16. O’Sullivan was starting to score freely when he too was LBW for 31.Graham Pardey and Ryan
Bashley travelled to Portsmouth to play Kerala 1st and having won the toss elected to bat first. They got off to a good start on a difficult, slow wicket with uneven bounce. Openers Tom O’Sullivan (16) and Luke Stubbington (26) were then both caught and the loss of a further
Bashley lost the toss and were asked to bowl against second place Hambledon. Bashley started very well, fielding brilliantly and keeping the run rate very low. Ridley was first to strike removing the Hambledon captain caught in the gully, with in form Eede picking up the next wicket. Neil Taylor
Bashley 3rd team, hosting keen local rivals Mudeford 1st team, won the toss and elected to bat first on a warm sunny afternoon. By the 5th over they were in deep trouble at 3 for 2 as James Turner and Greg Harvard were both bowled by the accurate Mudeford opening
Bashley travelled to top of the table Emsworth and the afternoon started badly when wicket keeper Chris Gates sprained his ankle in the pre match warm up. Bashley then lost the toss and found themselves in the field on a very hot sunny afternoon. Emsworth got off to a good