Bungay Cricket Club

Bungay Sunday Team


Jak Clarke


Bungay Sunday team play in the Mid-Norfolk Sunday Cricket League - RJ Bidewell Division 2

Results & Scorers

12 August 2018  ~ Brooke  Bungay CC - Sunday XI - Won by 6 wickets  Away

Brooke 137 all out (33.4 overs), Bungay 138 for 4 (24.5 overs)

05 August 2018  ~ Beccles Town    Home

29 July 2018  ~ Great Ellingham  Great Ellingham CC - Sunday 1st XI - Conceded  Home

22 July 2018  ~ Old Buckenham    Away

15 July 2018  ~ Saxlingham  Bungay CC won by 4 wickets  Home

Bungay 166 for 6

Saxlingham 165 ao

01 July 2018  ~ Lowestoft Town  Bungay CC won by 83 runs  Away

Lowestoft CC 64 ao

Bungay 147 for 9

24 June 2018  ~ Beccles Town  Beccles CC won by 4 wickets  Away

Beccles CC 111 for 6

Bungay CC 115 ao

10 June 2018  ~ Brooke  Brooke won by 51 runs  Home

Bungay 182 for 7

Brooke 233 for 7

03 June 2018  ~ Great Ellingham  Bungay win by 19 runs  Away

Bungay 87 ao, Gt Ellinghams 68 ao

Bungay Sunday XI got a kickstart to their season with a entertaining victory over opponents Great Ellingham. Being put into bat on a misbehaving wicket was always going to be a challenge for the youthful Bungay side and this became abundatnly clear when they were two wickets down 14 deliveries into the innings. Juniors Jonah Wicks and Oliver Hall looked to build an innings of sorts but beofre too long Hall hauled out (pun unintentional) for just 1 and soon after Wicks was unlucky to be caught and bowled thanks to a smart catch from the senior Draper. Another wicket fell and Bungay were already planning how to spend the rest of their Sunday looking stranded at 9 runs for 5 wickets in the 12th. Some very patient batting from Tom Wicks and skipper Jak Clark ensured the game wasnt up within the hour, infact before Wicks (20) was bowled the pair had added a modicum of respect to the score. Callum Clark continued the fight back with a quickfire 13 but Bungay’s innings came to a halt as J Clark (32) was caught in the deep in the 39th over, the Bungay total just 87.
Despite the low score, Bungay were confident of causing an upset having witnessing how the wicket played and the depth of bowlers in the team. Openers C Clark and Spalding kept things tight early on but it was clear that the Gt Ellingham batsmen were not going to hang around for long. The first breakthrough came in Clark’s 3rd over removing Spelman (11) followed by 2 further quick wickets, both catches courtesy of Brown. Clark & Brown both now had their tails up kept chipping away at the Gt Ellingham middle order ending with figures of Clark 6-15-3 and Brown 6-9-3. Skipper Clark kept on rotating the bowling attack not allowing any new bat to have time to settle which paid dividends as young Jake Swanston (2-13-2) claimed 2 wickets including the dangerous looking Watling (32) smartly caught at long off by C Clark. The win was sealed when Oliver Hall (1-0-2) cleaned up the tail in his 1st over leaving him on a hat-trick next weekend. Gt Ellingham faltering to 68 all out in just 20 overs. Special mention to Kye Prettyman making his cricketing debut and taking a difficult catch to contribute to the win.
Next Sunday Bungay entertain local rivals Brooke looking to build on this fantastic win.

20 May 2018  ~ Old Buckenham  Match cancelled  Home

13 May 2018  ~ Saxlingham  Saxlingham won by 8 wickets  Away
Saxlingham 152 for 2 Bungay 151 all out

06 May 2018  ~ Lowestoft Town  Lowestoft Town won by 8 runs  Home
Bungay 178 for 7 Lowestoft Town 186 for 6

03 September 2017  ~ Bradfield    Home

20 August 2017  ~ Happisburgh    Home

13 August 2017  ~ Caister    Away

30 July 2017  ~ Martham    Home

23 July 2017  ~ Vauxhall Mallards    Away

16 July 2017  ~ Beccles    Home

09 July 2017  ~ Hemsby    Away

25 June 2017  ~ Bradfield    Away

18 June 2017  ~ Happisburgh    Away

11 June 2017  ~ Caister    Home

04 June 2017  ~ Martham    Away

21 May 2017  ~ Vauxhall Mallards    Home

Vauxhall Mallards 226 for 5 wkts (19 points) beat Bungay 222 for 6 wkts (8 points) by 5 wickets

14 May 2017  ~ Beccles    Away

Bungay (20 points) beat Beccles (10 points) by 27 runs

Bungay 254 for 8 wkts off 40 overs

Beccles 227 for 9 wkts off 40 overs

Bungay won the toss and elected to bat. C Mattocks and debutant Thomas Ridley got Bungay off to fast and confident start picking up boundaries in regular fashion off the bowling of Beccles spin duo Langley and the experienced Ruddock. It was in the 8th over when Beccles made the breakthrough, Langley clean bowled Mattocks (21) and repeated the trick next ball bowling Flood. This brought to the crease the in form Shipley and he wasted little time in finding the boundary rope. Runs were coming thick and fast for Bungay, some well timed shots from Ridley elevated his score to 23 before Beccles installed the pacey Fisher who got Ridley with the last ball of his first over. Shipley continued to play his shots and together with 14 year old Reece Ling they took Bungay past 150. Lings’ skilful innings came to an end just 8 runs shy of his maiden half century when bowled by Fisher but despite Beccles’ best efforts they could not remove Shipley. Contributions from the tail and more big hitting from Shipley provided Bungay with the more then respectable total of 254 for 9, Shipley finishing not out on 116.

Much like Bungay did, Beccles made a quick start with the bat. Langley dispatched Thompson-Friend for consecutive fours before he played around a straight ball only to be bowled. C Clark bowled well and kept runs to a minimum but it was Thompson-Friend doing the damage the other end, clean bowling the dangerous Fisher (31) filling the Bungay fielders with confidence. Thorpe offered many chances but survived and pressed onto 31 where youngster Hayden Ling brought about an end to his innings. Some very tight bowling from H Ling (3 for 19) & C Mattocks combined with determined fielding from Bungay meant that the required run rate was always increasing for Beccles. A Flurry of runs from Smith, Robson & Porter and a very patient knock from skipper Ruddock (58*) still wasn’t enough for Beccles, as Bungay managed to defend their high score winning by 27 runs and keeping their 100% winning start to the season. A very close game, enjoyed by all.

07 May 2017  ~ Hemsby    Home

Bungay were awarded 21 points as Hemsby were unable to field a team.

08 May 2016  ~ Shipdham    Home

01 May 2016  ~ Beccles    Home

24 April 2016  ~ Topcroft    Home

15 June 2014  ~ Eaton Sunday Team    Home


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