Norfolk Lions/Development XI Results 2015

Norfolk Lions/Development XI Results 2015

Norfolk Lions/Development XI Results 2015

Picture attached of the team before Hunts Match:

Back row L/R – Chris Brown (Coach), David Turner, Richard Charlwood, Adam Todd, Tom Oxley, Brett Stolworthy, Jordan Taylor, Kevin Denmark (Manager)
Front row L / R – Kieran Peters, Jason Reynolds, Lewis Denmark (Captain), Ryan Conroy, Robbie Bridgstock

Norfolk v Lincolnshire in The East Anglian U21 competition at Fakenham CC – 27th May 2015

Norfolk won by 7 wickets

Lincolnshire 184 – 9 in 50 overs

Kieran Peters 10-2-30-2 Will Rogers 7-1-22-2

Norfolk 185 – 3 in 39 overs

Freddie Ruffell 72 Will Rogers 37 Jason Reynolds 28* Chris Read 24*

Hunts Dev XI vs Norfolk Dev XI in the East of England Development competition at St Ivo Centre (Hutingdon) – 28th May 2015

Norfolk won by 12 runs

Norfolk 180 all out in 49.4 overs

David Turner 78 off 128 balls Lewis Denmark 23 Robbie Bridgstock 21

Hunts 168 – 9 in 50 overs

Adam Todd 10-1-23-5 Tom Oxley 10-2-22-2

Nottinghamshire Academy vs Norfolk Lions - Caythorpe CC – 3rd June 2015

Norfolk won by 3 wickets

Notts Academy 182-9 in 50 overs

Brett Stolworthy 10-1-24-3 Wickets also for Tom Oxley, Lloyd Marshall, Luke Caswell & Matthew Plater

Norfolk Lions 187-7 in 46.5 overs

Jason Reynolds 59, David Turner 44, Lloyd Marshall 22 not out who saw us over the line having slipped from 150-4 to 159-7

Hertfordshire Stags vs Norfolk Lions - Letchworth Garden - 10th June 2015


Norfolk - 276/7 from 50 Overs

Hertfordshire - 277/2 from 49.4 Overs

The bat dominated the ball as The Norfolk Lions slipped to an 8 wicket defeat at Letchworth Garden City against Hertfordshire Stags. Batting first The Lions set a challenging target of 276-7 from their 50 overs. This was built around a patient 91 from Jordan Everitt and a fluent 56 from John Ewart on debut. The Ashmanhaugh & Wanderers pair put on 106 for the 4th wicket in 19 overs. A sparkling innings from Connor Green gave the innings a final impetus – he scored a rapid 80 including 50 from just 25 balls.

Hertfordshire got off to a positive start and were always ahead of the required run rate built around an innings of 131 from Charlie Rudkin. To their credit the Lions fought hard but missed chances proved costly and they finally lost off the fourth ball of the final over.

Huntingdonshire U21 vs Norfolk Lions U21 in The East Anglian U21 competition at St Ivo Centre – 12th August 2015

Norfolk won by 6 wickets

Hunts 243-6 from 50 overs

Norfolk 243-4 from 47.2 overs

Hunts batted first and scored 243-6 from their 50 overs. Jasper Payne on debut was leading wicket taker 2-42 from 8 overs and there were also wickets for Brett Stolworthy, Matthew Taylor & Will Rogers.

In reply Will Rogers scored 25 before Matthew Taylor and Jason Reynolds took command adding 138 for the 3rd wicket before Taylor was out for 95. Reynolds finished 92 not out as Norfolk secured victory from 47.2 overs.

Norfolk Lions U21 vs Bedfordshire U21 in The East Anglian U21 competition at Garboldisham CC – 21st August 2015

Norfolk won by 4 wickets

Bedfordshire 155 All Out

Norfolk 156-6 from 41 overs

The Norfolk Lions played their last match of the season at Garboldisham on Friday 21st August and beat Bedfordshire by 4 wickets to retain The East Anglian Under 21 competition for the 5th consecutive year.

Batting 1st Bedfordshire were in big trouble at 70 for 7 half way through their allotted 50 overs. Spirited batting and a couple of dropped catches lifted the final total to a respectable 155 all out. Tim Alexander 2-11 from 8 overs was the pick of the bowlers there were wickets also for Ben Coote (2) Matthew Taylor (2) and Jasper Payne (1). The innings closed in dramatic style with Jason Reynolds taking the final two wickets from the only two balls he bowled!!

In reply Matt Plater (36) was in fine form but other batsmen played a series on injudicious shots where with the total 86-5 the result was in the balance however sensible batting by Matthew Taylor who made 44 not out guided Norfolk to victory with the loss of only one more wicket with still 9 overs to spare.

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