Seevent National 70+
County Cricket Championship

President : Roger Dakin
Vice Presidents Henry Blofeld , Peter Baxter



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70+ Internationals 2018

08/05/2018

Itinerary for the 2018 Australia 70+ Tour of the UK


Day Date Opposition Venue Start Time Result
Mon 30-July Hertfordshire   Tring Park    
Wed 1-Aug Essex   Maldon CC    
Frid 3-Aug Norfolk / Suffolk   Fakenham CC    
Mon 6-Aug Chairmans XI   Banbury XX CC    
Wed 8-Aug England 1st ODI  Banbury XX CC    
Frid 10-Aug Worcestershire   Pershore CC    
Mon 13-Aug Gloucs / Warwicks   Dorridge CC    
Wed 15-Aug Wales   Abergavenny CC    
Frid 17-Aug England 2nd ODI   Horsham CC    
Mon 20-Aug Sussex   Horsham CC    
Wed 22-Aug Kent   Bromley Common CC    
Frid 24-Aug Surrey   Horsley & Send CC    
Mon 27-Aug England 3rd ODI  Sutton CC    

15/03/2018

Latest results summaries :

Australia 70+ 289-3 (50 Overs) beat England 70+ 114 All Out (42.4 Overs) by 175 Runs
Robert Ogden 39

Australia 70+ 143-6 (30 Overs) Tied with beat England 70+ 143-4 (30 Overs)

Australia 70+ 149-1 (29.4 Overs) beat England 70+ 148-8 (50 Overs) by 9 wickets

England were heavily defeated by a much superior Australian side to go two down in the five match series. England batted first on the premier Geelong Cricket Club's ground at Kardinia Park.
Pearce and Swain put on 26 without major alarms until Swain was LBW for 15. Pearse followed, again LBW for 18 with the score on 40, and then a complete collapse followed to leave the innings in total disarray at 6 for 48. With nothing to lose, Baxter (27) and Corke (21) rebuilt the innings with a stand of 49, with Smith (15 n o) and Clarke (23 n o) putting on an unbroken 46 to take England to a close on 8 for 148. The wickets were shared between Kasputtis, Lovel and Edmunds.
To stay in the game England needed early wickets, and Spindler obliged by dismissing Stackpoole for 6. Petherick came to the wicket and continued where he had left off in Adelaide, making 74 not out with Berenger finishing on 50 not out, as Australia cruised to a nine wicket win in less than 30 overs. England must now show great improvement to have any hope of retaining the Ashes against a very competent and professional Australia team, who are proving to be strong in all departments.

England 70+ 144-5 (40 Overs) beat South Australia Country XI 132-4 (40 Overs) by 12 Runs
Trevor Knowles 30, Peter Betterley 2-14

Australia 70+ 197-7 (50 Overs) beat England 70+ 183-8 (50 Overs) by 14 Runs
Martin Pearse 36, Ian Watson 34 No, Trevor Spindler 3-23, Peter Betteley 3-37

South Australia 127-5 (45 Overs) lost to England 70+ 128-4 (41 Overs) by 6 wickets
Mike Swain (Cpt) 34, Grahame Corke 2-18

South Australia batted first on a hot day in Adelaide on a pitch that proved difficult to score on with a slow outfield. Spindler again bowled well, this time with Corke, each only conceding 18 runs in 9 overs, with Spindler taking one wicket and Corke two.
Clarke and Smith also bowled tightly against the impressive Reid who retired on 50. A late flurry of runs took South Australia to 127 in 45 overs. England found runs just as difficult to score, and lost two wickets for 22 after 11 overs. and when Swain was out for 34 with the score on 74 the game was in the balance. Baxter was joined by Smith and the two then built a match winning partnership of 54 as they took the score past South Australia without further alarms.


Western Australia 173-5 (45 Overs) lost to England 70+ 174-3 (42.5 Overs) by 7 Wickets
Barry Hart 64 Ret No, Andy Barnes (Cpt) 41, Trevor Knowles 3-17, Miles Rawlings 31 no

Western Australia 183-4 (39.1 Overs) beat England 70+ 182-5 (40 Overs) by 6 Wickets
Mike Swain 76 Ret No, Trevor Knowles 2-37

13/02/2018

Winter 2018 Tour to Australia Fixture List

Day Date Opposition Venue Start Time Result
Mon 26-Feb Western Australia   Scarborough 9am Lost
             
Wed 28-Feb Western Australia   Iluka 10.30 Won
             
Frid 2-March South Australia  Northfield 10:30 Won
             
Sun 4-March Australia (ODI)   Banksia Park 10:00 Lost
             
Tues 6-March South Australia Country XI   Mount Gambier 10:30 Won
             
Thurs 8-March Australia (ODI)   Geelong 10:30 Lost
            
Sun 11-March Australia (ODI)   Brisbane 10:30 ABND
            
Mon 12-March Queensland   Caloundra 14:00 ABND
             
Wed 14-March Australia (30 Over Friendly)   Buderim 10:30 TIE
             
Sat 17-March Australia (ODI)   Manly TBC 10:30 Lost
             
            



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