Fourth Eleven

All the latest news and match reports from the fourth eleven
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St Peter's Cricket Club 4th XI 100 all out (T. Harvey 21, M. Coe 17) lose to Seaford Cricket Club 4th XI 104 for 5 (M Edmonds 40*, M. Coe 2-16, N. Klyne 2-16) by 5 wickets. Scorecard 4th Team Captain Ty Craker looks back on Saturday's game:- Defeat for the 4's in our first game of ...read more
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Captain Ty Craker reports on the fourth eleven’s part of an amazing Saturday for St Peter’s CC! This is the 4’s quarter of the 120 point Saturday!!! In my first proper game as full time captain I lost the toss but fortunately they decided to bowl. I opened with the reliable Jack Lloyd and...read more
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Newly appoint fourth eleven skipper Ty Craker describes a first victory in charge of the team. Hard to know where to start today regarding the 4’s game. I was a little nervous making my debut as skipper as I know very little about cricket tactics and field positions. I asked my senior pl...read more
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Ty Craker reports on a dissapointing loss for the fourth eleven against Hastings. Well a pretty abysmal day at the office for the 4’s today! Our fielding was shocking and our catching even worse! We put Hastings into bat and they got 300 plus! (About 120 more than they should have!) we strug...read more
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An ecstatic Ty Craker reports on an emphatic victory for the fours against Linden Park. Wow! Where the hell do I start!!! Not sure which was the most shocking. Max Wheatley smashing 120 something off about 2 overs! Or me opening the batting and bowling (with torn ankle ligaments)!!! I thi...read more
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Ty Craker reports on a win for 4th XI against Bells Yew Green.Great start for St Peter’s 4th XI today. New experience for myself having to open the batting for the first time ever. Loved every ball of the 14 overs that I lasted. Got caught out for 9 but still really enjoyed the time at the ...read more
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Graham Parker looks back at the 4th XI highlights in what proved to be his last season as captain as he focuses on his new role as Senior Cricket Coordinator. As ever Graham led from the front with both bat and ball ending the season with an impressive 407 runs and 26 scalps with the ball...read more
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