Better luck next week lads.
With all cup games now finished, with no cups unfortunately. We return our focus to the league, the seconds played last week so all focus was on the firsts. Unfortunately i was a 81 run defeat at the hands of Burnhope. Batting first Burnhope made 272 for 6 despite the best efforts of our bowlers.With Chris Vallance 2 for 44, Derrick Steinberg 1 for 67, Connor Henderson 1 for 65, James Messer 0 for 33, Jack Holding 1 for 41, Bob Batie 0 for 13. After tea we did well with the bat but didnt trouble the total. Neil Matthews was caught for 12, Bob Batie also caught for 19, Luke Richardson a duck, Connor Henderson 24, Jack Holding bowled for 1, Stuart Archbold caught for 54, James Messer LBW 7, Roy Hardwick bowled for 37, Chis Vallance 2, Scott Gillan 2 and Derrick Steinberg 0 not out. Leaving us on 191 all out.
Better luck next week lads.
After a long break for the T20 competitions, (regardless of the final results we are now out of all the cups) we can now again focus on the league. With a few players returning we should be stronger in the second half of the season. The seconds kicked with a rearranged game against Beamish. This was a victory by 7 wickets.
Beamish batted first being bowled all out for 70. With Derrick Steinberg 2 for 10, Connor Henderson 2 for 24, Scott Gillan 3 for 21 and Ian Kitching 3 for 8.
In replyColin Henderson was bowled for 0, Stephen Hutchinson caught for 34, Scott Gillan caught for 15, Connor Henderson not out 6 and Roy Hardwick 4 not out.
The first team game away at Stanhope was rained off.
The seconds however did play at the Hazard versus Burnhope. Batting first Burnhope made 133 for 9 declared. S Luke added 103 of those runs. With Ian Kitching taking 2 for 24, Jack Hedley 2 for 14, Rachel Petherick 3 for 44 and Scott Gillan 1 for 46.
In reply Rainton were beginning to close in on victory, at 32 for 2 when the rain arrived. Tom Rennie not out 19, Kevin Hall caught 4, Scott Gillan caught 2 and Roy Hardwick not out 6.
so we go away with 10 points, but it looks like ten points lost.
1st team Beamish away tuesday 19th T20 cup
1St team South hetton away saturday 23rd T20 cup
2nd team Simonside away Saturday 23rd friendly
1st team Coundon home Tuesday 26th T20 cup
1St team Burnhope away Saturday 30th T20 cup
Firstly a sad news for everyone at East Rainton. On Sunday long time club supporter and club Mam Angela Steinberg passed away. Our thoughts are with her son Derrick at this difficult time. RIP Angela. Funeral details will be announced later and we hope there will be a good attendence by club member to remember Angela and support Derrick.
THe firsts won, their first game of the season, although they remain bottom of the table they are now only 2 points behind Stanhope. They travelled to Beamish, and batted first. Neil Matthews top scored with 50 runs, Bob Batie 15, Luke Richardson 5, Jack Holding 7, James Messer 14, Scott Taylor 18, Roy Hardwick 0, Adam Thwaites 0, Glenn Moody 22, Derrick Steinberg 1 and Ian Kitching 1 not out, so a total of 147 all out. After tea Beamish were bowled out for 110 runs, with Scott Taylor 4 for 15, Derrick Steinberg 0 for 10, Glenn Moody 0 for 14, Ian Kitching 2 for 17 and James Messer 4 for 30. So twenty points, well done lads.
The seconds faced Simonside and we're on the receiving end of a 143 run loss. Simonside batted first making 236 for 9. Scott Gill 2 for 29, Adam Bell 2 for 41, Kieran Burrell 0 for 30, James Batie 1 for 18, Colin Henderson 1 for 34, Iain Hughes 0 for 17, Michael Petherick 0 for 42 and Grant Wilson 3 for 16.
After tea we were unfortunetly all out for 93 runs. Scott Gillan with 22 got us off to a great Boycott like start , Michael Petherick 1, Tom Rennie 15, Colin Henderson 24, Kieran Burrell 5, Iain Hughes 8, James Batie 0, Grant Wilson 7, Adam Bell 0, Michael Wildish 0 not out, Steve Hutchinson retired hurt 0.
so its a loss, but the lads redeemed themselves on Sunday.
Sundays visitors to the Hazard, we're Kibblesworth, who had scored 236 the day before. So we expected the worst, but we think they had used up their runs the day before. As they were bowled out for 21, with Ian Kitching taking 6 for 10 and Glenn Moody 3 for 8. After a quick turnaround Bob Batie was undefeated on 8, Scott Gillan caught for 1, Colin henderson caught 6 and Tom Rennie not out 5. So we'll down lads. We maintain our position at fourth in the table.
The firsts hosted table topping Kimblesworth at the Hazard, still searching for a first league win. Kimblesworth batted first declaring on 201 for 6, with Derrick Steinberg taking 1 for 31, Chris Valance 1 for 33, Ian Kitching 2 for 25, James Messer 1 for 44, Scott Gillan 1 for 31 and Roy harwick 0 for 22.
After tea, Neil Matthews was bowled for 14, Bob Batie bowled for 2, Luke Richardson was caught for 0, Scott Gillan 4, Stuart Archbold caught and bowled for 13, Chris Valance bowled for 13, James Messer caught 12, Roy Hardwick lbw 3, Derrick Steinberg 19 not out and Ian Kitching 1 not out. Leaving us on 100 for 9, with only 4 overs left when the rain got even heavier and the umpires pulled stumps.
The seconds had a lucky escape thanks to the weather. We travelled away to Tantobie. Rainton batted first, being bowled out, Colin Henderson was bowled for 1, Graham Avent bowled for 4, Adam Thwaites bowled for 0, Kieran Burrell was bowled for 8, Adam Bell bowled for 4, Grant Wilson caught for 9, J Batie bowled for 9, Michael Wildish caught 0 and Steve Hutchinson 0 not out.
tantobie were 11 for 2 when thundery downpour brought the game to a close.
Sundays game versus South Hetton was rained off with a waterlogged pitch.
The firsts, find themselves at the foot of the NEDCL table today, as they were beaten by Burnhope in what turned out to be a very close game. Batting first Rainton made 171 for 6. Neil Matthews was bowled for 1, Bob Batey caught for 11, Tom Rennie was stumped for 26, Kristian Jefferson was run out for 15, Stuart Archbold was bowled for 19, James Messer was run out for 27, Chirs Valance top scored with 41 before being caught, Roy Hardwick was stumped for 1 and Rachel Petherick was not out for 5 at the close of the innings.
After tea Burnhope reached the total in the penultimate ove, thanks to some tight bowling by the change bowlers. Chris Valance 1 for 29, Derrick Steinberg 0 for 22, Rachel Petherick 1 for 54, Scott Gillan 4 for 39. Kristian Jefferson 2 for 32.
So a close three wicket loss, but our search for a victory continues.
The seconds however find themselves upto fourth in division 2. Batting first Rainton reached 156 for 7. C Henderson got us off to a good start before being caught on 37. Steve Hutchinson was caught for 8, Adam Thwaites caught for 11, Graham Avent caught for 23, Adam Bell the duck of the day, Kieran Burrell was bowled for a solid 34, Glenn Moodt was caught for 10, C Galley was not out 10 and Michael Wildish not out 1.
After tea, Beamish were bowled bowled out 20 runs short on 136. Ian Kitching took 1 for 16, Glenn Moody1 for 38, C Galley 3 for 21, Kieran Burrell 4 for 43 and Adam Bell 0 for 18. So two wins out of three for the seconds, so its looked good in division 2.
Both teams lost this week, but positives can be taken from both games.
TTheirsts travelled to Wearmouth, the home side batted first making 178 for 5. With Chris Valance 0 for 28, Ian Kitching 1 for 18, Derrick Steinberg 1 for 25, Scott Gillan 2 for 29 and Luke Richardson 0 for 57.
In repreply we were bowled out 26 runs short on 152. Neil Matthews 5, Colin henderson 0, Luke Richardson 82, Scott Gillan 1, Stuart Archbold 22, Chris valance 0, Roy Hardwick 14, Adam Thwaites 3, Derrick steinberg 1 not out and Ian Kitching 0.
So another loss but with a few to come back from injury, well be fine.
The seconds took on table topping KimbKimblworth, and unfortunetly ended up on the end fa 7 wicket loss.
Batting first rainton reached 100 all out. With Steve Hutchinson 2, Rachel Petherick 14, Richard Harrison 0, Bob Batey 29, Michael Petherick not out, Tom Rennie 21, Graham Avent 9, Michael Wildish 1, Adam Bell 0 and Grant Smith 0. Kimblesworth passed the post for the loss of three wickets, Rachel Petherick took 2 for 38, Adam Bell 1 for 41 and Richard Harrison 0 for 15.
Glenn Pattison memeorial trophy, round 1
We started our cup season with a win.
Batting first Belmont made 111 for 6 with T Davison top scoring 32 not out. Chris Valance took 1 for 25, Ian Kitching 1 for 13, Derrick Steinberg 2 for 19, Scott Gillan 2 for 25 and Luke Richardson 0 for 25. After the turn around, we reached the total in 17.2 overs, with Neil Matthews making 13, Tom Rennie 0, Luke Richardson 21, Scott Gillan 15, Chris Valance 2, Jason Logan 1, Bob Batey 39 not out and Colin Henderson 3 not out. saw us through into the next round against South Hetton.
Vinton brothers trophy, 1st round
Rainton batted first against Wearmouth at the Hazard. making 122 for 7. Colin Henderson was run out for 16, Tom Rennie 2, Luke Richardson not out 43, Scott Gillan 1, Ralph Richardson 7, Bob Batie 1, Michael Petherick 1, Glenn Moody 9 and Derrick Steinberg 1 not out and extras 41. C Spurrs took 4 for 48.
Off the 20 overs Wearmouth made 76, with Derrick Steinberg taking 4 for 32 and Ian Kitching 3 for 44 to see us into the next round.
The firsts unfortunetly suffered a second loss of the season, at the hands of local rivals Belmont. Batting first the visitors made 165 for 9. Chris Valance took 1 for 24, Derrick Steinberg 3 for 24, Rachel Petherick 1 for 30, James Messer 2 for 34, Scott Gillan 2 for 47 and Jack Holding 0 for 1.
After tea the injuries began, Neil Matthews added 10, Scott Gillan 1, Luke Richardson top scored with 66. Tom Rennie 9, Rachel Petherick retired hurt 4, Chris Valance , James Messer 6, Roy Hardwick 6, Jack Holding 22 (interesting decision by all accounts), Bob Batey 12 not out and Derrick Steinberg 5. Leaving us 19 runs short.
The seconds travelled to Belmont and won their first game of the year by a single wicket. Batting first Belmont made 158 all out. With Ian Kitching taking 1 for 20, Glen Moody 3 for 31, Adam Bell 4 for 35, Kieran Burrell 2 for 48 and Adam Thwaites 0 for 17.
After a ver nice tea, Colin henderson opened the Batting, going on to make 89, the bulk of our innings. His opening partner Graham Avent was lost for 1, Adam Thwaites 2, Ralph Richardson for 10, Glen Moody 0. The innings was then steadied by Michael Petherick with a fine 27, before he too was bowled. Adam Bell 0, Kieran Burrell 2, Michael Wildish 1, the final runs were scored by Ian Kitching who hit the only 6 of the innings and ended on 18 not out with Robert Kitching 0 not out.
Well done to Michael Wildish and Kieran burrell on their first games for Rainton and Adam Thwaites and Michael for acting as sub Fielders during the Belmont innings.
With last week's fixture versus Coundon rearranged and the second teams game versus Kibblesworth also rearranged, the firsts travelled to league newcomers Seaham Harbour. Unfortunately it was a trip which ended in defeat.
Batting first the harbour made 243 for 6, despite the best efforts of our bowlers:
Scott Taylor 1 for 36, Derrick Steinberg 0 for 36, Anthony Ashman 0 for 36, Luke Richardson 2 for 30, James Messer 2 for 28, Scott Gillan 0 for 30 and Jack Holding 0 for 19.
After tea Neil Matthews was lost for 1, Bob Batey was caught for 16, Colin Henderson added 23, Jack Holding top scoring with 36, Scott Taylor 2, James Messer was caught LBW for 34, Luke Richardson was not out for 15, Scott Gillan started the season with Raintons first duck, Anthony Ashman was run out for 2 and Derrick Steinberg was also run out for 1, leaving us 52 runs short.
Not the start we wanted, but onwards and upwards.
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