STAMFORD CHARITY CUP: Holders out as Market Deeping launch successful revenge mission

Holders Nassington were dumped out in the first round of the Stamford Charity Cup by Market Deeping last night (May 9).

Tuesday, 10th May 2016, 12:51 pm
Updated Tuesday, 10th May 2016, 1:52 pm
Zeeshan Manzoor smacked 74 for Ketton against Hampton.

Deeping also gained revenge for defeat in last season’s Jaidka Cup Final by triumphing in a low scoring Twenty/20 game by five runs.

Skipper Dave Gillett top scored with 26 in Deeping’s 101 all out, but excellent bowling from Zac Simmonds (2-11), Josh Smith (2-16) and Lee Peacock (2-27) enabled them to defend a modest total in the gathering gloom.

Gary Scotcher (22) and Tom Burns (20no) tried hard to get Nassington over the line. Haroon Bashir (4-26) and Harrison Craig (3-23) bowled well for the losers.

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Ryan Evans was in excellent all-round form for Castor against Uppingham.

Last season’s losing finalists Uppingham were also beaten last night, They went down by 29 runs at Castor for whom Ryan Evans (36 & 3-9) excelled.

Ross Porter also took three wickets for Castor who successfully defended 124-4.

There were other outstanding bowling displays, most notably from teenager Ben Dallas who grabbed 6-31 on his Ufford Park first team debut against new side Falcon. Falcon were dismissed for 87 after Ufford had racked up 178-8. A. Khan claimed 5-29 for Falcon.

And Ketton’s South African Ulrich Van Duyker bagged 5-31 for Ketton in their 72-run win over Hampton. Van Duyker (57no) had earlier joined in some big hitting with Zeeshan Manzoor as Ketton amassed 190-3. Manzoor clubbed three sixes and eight fours in his 74.

Ryan Evans was in excellent all-round form for Castor against Uppingham.

That wasn’t the top score of the night though as Barnack newcomer Mohammed Hammad smacked an unbeaten 79 in a six-wicket win over King’s Keys. Hammad had earlier taken 3-25 as King’s Keys were bowled out for 123.

Burghley Park won their ‘derby’ with Stamford Town by six wickets, while Orton Park conceded their tie with Bourne.

The Jaidka Cup starts tomorrow (May 11, 6pm) with group matches at Peterborough Town (v Castor) and March (v Wisbech).


UFFORD PARK beat FALCON by 91 runs

Ufford Park 178-8 (W. Javed 49, D. Harrington 27, R. Bapodra 26, R. Keymer 24, A. Khan 5-29)

Falcon 87 (Hassan 26, U. Sadiq 20, B. Dallas 6-31).


Stamford 113 (M. Hobbis 3-23, G. Hook 2-13).

Burghley Park 117-4 (S. Nicholls 43no, B. Hancock 40no, G. Hook 26).

BARNACK beat KINGS KEYS by 6 wkts

King’s Keys 123 (F. Khaliq 4-25, M. Hammad 3-25),

Barnack 124-4 (M. Hammad 79no).

CASTOR beat UPPINGHAM by 29 runs

Castor 124-4 (R. Evans 36, H. Killingsworth 26no, N. Sutton 25, S. Green 2-29).

Uppingham 95 (S. Hodson 21, R. Evans 3-9, R. Porter 3-18, A. Armstrong 2-16).

KETTON beat HAMPTON by 72 runs

Ketton 190-3 (Z. Manzoor 74, U. Van Duyker 57no).

Hampton 118-9 (A. Beech 47, J. Dee 44, U. van Duyker 5-31).


Market Deeping 101 (D. Gillett 26, H. Bashir 4-26, H. Craig 3-23).

Nassington 96-9 (G. Scotcher 22, T. Burns 20no, Z. Simmonds 2-11, J. Smith 2-16, L. Peacock 2-27).

Orton Park conceded v Bourne.

Quarter-final draw: (ties to be played Monday, May 23).

Bourne v Ufford Park, Burghley Park v Barnack, Castor v Ketton, Market Deeping v Uffington.