Cruising Chepstow stay top of table with seven wicket victory; THE WEEK AHEAD GLAMORGAN AND MONMOUTHSHIRE LEAGUE.TABLE-TOPPING Chepstow strengthened their grip on Division One of the Glamorgan and Monmouthshire Cricket League with an emphatic seven-wicket victory over visitors Rogerstone.
Rogerstone were put in and Andrew Harris This article is about the English cricketer. For other uses, see Andrew Harris (disambiguation).
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For Chepstow, David Monk David Monk is an Australian emigrant who has been living in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, since 1961. He is the founder of the Heartland Pathways organization. Personal life took 3-17 off seven overs and Jason Dobbie had 3-36 off 10. Tom Smith scored 64 and Malith Madurasinghe got 41 as Chepstow cruised to 156-3.
Fourth placed Penarth were at home to Pontypridd. Ex-Glamorgan batsman Jonathan Hughes Jonathan Hughes (born June 30, 1981 in Pontypridd) is a Welsh cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler who plays for Glamorgan.
Hughes has taken part in List A cricket since 2002 and is a competent batsman. dominated the innings with a superb 128 off 134 balls as Ponty reached 210-7 off their 50 overs. Richard Skone took 3-32 for the Seasiders and James Docherty 2-50. Skone then scored 46 and Nick Morgan 43 but Penarth slumped to 148 all out with Gareth Palmer taking 3-32 off 10 overs and Andrew Collins Andrew Collins may refer to:
Second placed Sudbrook were inserted by visitors Panteg at the Deepweir but scored 213 all out in 49.3 overs. Lewis Morgan made a brilliant 122 not out, including 12 fours, while John Lewis made 22 and Micky Martin 21. For Panteg, Chris Mee took 3-38. Callum Reid scored 61 when Panteg batted and Adam Harrison Adam James Harrison (born October 30, 1985 in Newport) is a cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and a right-arm medium-pace bowler.
Harrison has played for the England under-19 team, and started playing Twenty20 cricket for Glamorgan in 2005. 45 not out but they were dismissed for 183 with Nathan Thomas taking 3-35 off 5.5 overs for Sudbrook.
Third placed St Fagans faced Blackwood at Crofft-y-Genau Road and made 174 all out after deciding to go in first. Owwazin Hopkins made a superb 75 and shared a sixth wicket stand of 69 with Andrew Leering (31) while Freddie Johjn chipped in with 21. Adnan Ghori took 4-13 off nine overs for Blackwood, Dan Wilkinson took 3-31 off 10 overs and Neil Reardon 2-38 off eight overs.
Blackwood collapsed to 63-7 but Richard Matthews (31) and Reardon (14no) helped them to 114 all out.
Mansoor Tariq took 3-14 off eight overs for the Saints, Kristian Bell 23-19 off 10 and Jeremy Lawlor 2-32 off eight.
Newport Fugitives were put in by Tondu at Bryn Road and scored 124 all out. Martin Evans made 35 and Nick Price 20, while for the Waterwheelers, Huw Kinsella took 5-11 and Ryan Owen 4-18. Tondu were 107-7 but Jamie Williamson (54no) and Tim Wools (11no) saw them home by three wickets. Kinsella made 22 earlier in the innings while Gavin Rodway took 3-39 for the Fugitives, Tim Barnes 2-18 and James Didcote 2-28.