Wednesday, 18 July 2018

U13 team to play Stockton 19 July

NYACC U13s vs Stockton
Thursday 19th Away
52a Oxbridge Ave Stockton TS184JF
6.00 start to be there for 5.30

1 Alex Nimmo
2 Joe Syddall
3 Fin Clarke
4 Joe Carruthers
5 Jake Percival ( Capt )
6 Zak Cleminson
7 Will Sharp
8 Cameron Clarke
9 Thomas Wooff ( wkt )
10 Max Percival
11 Ben Snowdon

Monday, 16 July 2018

U13 match v Darlington RA report

From Lee York:

After losing the toss we were put into bat.

New opening pair Alex Nimmo and Tom Van Niekirk got us off to a good start before Alex was out to a ball that kept low for 13. Tom went on to make 31 retired in the 16th over inc some lovely shots in his innings. Fin Clarke came in at number 3 and with some excellent drop and runs for 1 kept the scoreboard moving on with Tom before Fin retired on 31. With 4 overs left the quick scoring Kai York came in and hit a quick fire 18 not out, giving Richmondshire a total of 131 for 1

Richmond in the field used 9 bowlers all bowling very well and tidily. The pick being Alex Nimmo with figures of 2-1-4-3 with 2 wickets coming in his first over, along side Cameron Clarke with 2-0-3-2 and a wicket for Tom Van Niekirk with figures of 2-1-2-1 back up by Kai York with no runs coming off his 2 overs figures of 2-2-0-0. We also were very sharp in the field with 4 yes 4 run outs I'm sure that some training may have paid off? With Richmond dismissing Darlington RA for just 38 runs. Richmondshire winning by 93 runs.

Well done to All and thank you to Mr Nimmo for scoring.

Training w/c 16 July

Junior Training this Week

U15s Wednesday 18th at Richnond School 6.30 till 8.00

U13s Wednesday 18th at Richmond School 6.30 till 8.00

U11s and U9s Friday 20th at Richmond School 6.00 till 7.30

Richmondshire Allstars Friday 20th at Richmond School 6.15 till 7.15

Please remember to park in the main car park and walk down please don't use the lane .

Friday, 13 July 2018

Training Friday 13th July is at Richmond School

This is due to an under 19 game at the club.

Please keep cars away from the back lane, park in the main car park and walk down.

Thursday, 12 July 2018

Under 9 game v Masham Match Report

According to the scoresheets, this was a 51 run victory for Richmondshire, Masham batted first and scored 130 for 8, Richmondshire responding with 146 for 1.

Some of our initial bowling was exceedingly wayward, with the ball repeatedly landing on the wrong wicket, no wickets were taken until the seventh over when Bobby used the novelty of a straight ball to deceive a batsmen and bowled him, there was also a run out in the same over. Bobby took another wicket in his second over with more accurate bowling. A number of wickets were run outs, the team showing welcome enthusiasm in the field, one was a direct hit from Daisy, there was also an appeal for one more which I did not give because Raam accidentally hit the stumps with his hand just before catching the ball and effecting the run out. Raam compensated by taking a wicket with a lovely yorker in the last over of the innings.

All batters played with enthusiasm, Daisy, Harry, Bobby, and Emmy hit boundaries as well as the usual power hitters William and Raam.

This was the final league match of the season, the under 9s finish with a record in the league of played 8, won 6, lost 2, which is the same as Northallerton's. Northallerton get to play in the north/south play-off because the teams to play in the play-off are determined by points gained by a certain date. I am afraid I don't think winning is everything at this level, I hope those who have played in the team have enjoyed themselves, there has certainly been a big improvement in individual and team performances over the season.

Nyacc u13 teams

Team news will be posted once opposition teams have agreed to fixture dates.

Sunday, 8 July 2018

End of U13s Hambleton Lg Season....but more U13s cricket available!!

Hi all, just to say that the U13 Sunday morning Hambleton League season has now finished. It was a term time only league. There was talk of a cup competition over the summer hols, but I have been told this will not now happen.

However, there are still Richmond U13 games to be had in the NYACC cup competition (Darren's midweek team). The summer hols will mean reduced availability of players and increased opportunities for all those who practice, so please all continue to attend Wednesday training!

It just remains to say thanks to all the players for their enthusiasm and commitment. There's been real development in cricketing skills amongst the group, which was our primary aim in running this team. Thanks also to all the parents for their help and support. Most notably John Pinkney, our regular scorer and subs collector, who has been a huge help!

Thanks, Adrian

Richmond U13s Hambleton Lg match report

Richmond U13s finished their Hambleton Lg season with a defeat, and a familiar tale of a decent bowling performance followed by a below par batting display.

Bowling first we restricted them to 92-4, with all 10 bowlers doing well. There's been real development in many of the bowlers this season, which has been great to see. Will Mawer (2) and Tom Van Niekirk (1) were the wicket takers and Tom and Alex also combined for a good runout. But we let Thirsk off the hook, dropping both of their top scorers early in their innings, costing us 50+ runs.

In reply, a couple of careless shots and a calamitous runout (another story of our season) finished off our top order before they'd started. Then some real "Willpower" from messers Arnold (20) and Sharp (19) repaired the damage and gave us a good chance of a win. But the late order was blown away by some good straight Thirsk bowling and we finished 78-9.

The U11s send Norton packing

Norton U11s 271 for 3 (256 net) v Richmondshire U11s 322 for 1 (317 net)
Richmondshire win by 61 runs
Match Report by Isaac Bottomley

To open the bowling was the player of all players Eddie taking a great 1st over! Following was Coxy taking an also amazing over - almost a maiden - only giving two runs away with an unlucky wide. Next, came our 1st under 9 player Raam, only allowing the opposition three runs. Lorcan was next with some excellent bowling but still no wickets were falling. Next came 'Big T' Bromirskyj continuing the strong bowling but still Norton were not letting any wickets fall. Next up to the bowling station was Archie MacClelland (another of our under 9's) with an outstanding performance with them only hitting 1 off both of his overs on his debut. After that amazing performance was captain for the morning Isaac taking the first wicket (top of middle stump) with a maiden as well only hitting two runs off him in total. Now was Max's turn to follow suit taking a wicket now, and last but not least Andrew stepped up with a wicket to end their innings. We had limited them to 256 net.

To open the batting were Jack and James with Jack getting 22 and Coxy getting 7 to open us up with a total of 29. Then it was Tom and Eddie's turn. Norton unfortunately took their one and only wicket during the second pair's overs. The 2 under 9s paired up together batting; Raam getting 6 and Archie scoring 1, for his first under 11 game. Andrew and Lorcan went in to bat; Andrew coming out with 22 and Lorcan scoring 6 totalling 28 for the pair. The last pair Max and Isaac were up. Max hit 15 and Isaac scored 10. Final scores Norton 271 for 3 totalling 256, Richmond 322 for 1 totalling 317 meaning a win by a huge 61 runs. Well done everyone!

Saturday, 7 July 2018

Training w/c 9th July

U13s and U15s Wednesday 11th Training is cancelled due to the football World Cup semi finals

U11s and U9s Friday 13th Training 6.00 till 7.30 is at the school

Richmondshire C C Allstars Training Friday 13th 6.15 till 7.15 is at the school

Please remember to park in the main car park and walk down please do not use the lane

Friday, 6 July 2018

U9 team to play Masham Thursday 12th July

Match to be played at Richmond School, please be there by 6.00, ready for a 6.30 start.

William Poole
Benedict Hoskyns-Abrahall
Bobby Walker
Emmy Raggett
Raam Raj
Harry Veitch
Sophie White
Daisy Pyrah

Thursday, 5 July 2018

U13s team vs Thirsk Hambleton Lg Sun 8 Jul

Hi all, the U13s team vs Thirsk in the Hambleton Lg this Sun 8 Jul is as follows. Please meet at Richmond School by 09:45 for 10:00 start.

Alex Nimmo (c)
Thomas Wooff
Tom Van Niekirk
Jake Percival
Will Sharp
Will Arnold
Will Mawer
Will Newson
Owen Witherell
Alex Pinkney
Luke Young

This is 1-11 format by request of opposition, I'll do my best to keep all involved.


Final under 9 league match

The final scheduled league match at home to Masham will be played at Richmond School on Thursday 12th July.

Dependent on the result of Northallerton's final game this week, there may also be a league A versus league B play-off on Sunday 15th June to be played at Newby Hall at 10.00 am. If Northallerton lose this week, we will be playing in the play-off. (Update: Northallerton won )

Wednesday, 4 July 2018

NYACC U13s vs Seaton Carew Tuesday 10th July

NYACC U13s vs Seaton Carew
Tuesday 10th at home Main Ground
6.00 start to be there for 5.30

1 Joe Syddall
2 Kai York ( capt )
3 Jake Percival
4 Joe Carruthers
5 Freddie Hendrix ( wkt )
6 Alex Nimmo
7 Gabriel Stewart
8 Zak Cleminson
9 Cameron Clarke
10 Will Newson
11 Ben Snowdon

Tuesday, 3 July 2018

Under 17s win NYSD Junior Cup by 96 runs

This was the second trophy opportunity of the season for the under 17s and it was taken well. Despite the fast outfield, the Richmondshire score of 183 for 5 was always going to be a stiff target. James Kelly and Tom Spensley (who the umpires decided was man of the match) batted conventionally, whereas Gary Walker's 45 off 14 balls was brutal, three of his sixes cleared the netting on the Victoria Road side of the ground.

Early wickets meant that Marton were never going to get near the total and they were bowled out inside the 20 overs for 87.

Monday, 2 July 2018

Runfest at Thornton Watlass

On an idyllic village green ground with one legside boundary downhill and the other one short, this was always going to be a high scoring game.

We were put in to bat, Daisy opened up with Becca and hit four legside balls for fours, one a strange one handed swat, but very effective. Unfortunately she also tried the same shots to two straight balls, which hit her stumps. Ralph and Amelie accumulated steadily, before Archie and William provided their usual entertainment. William hit the first six of the game, as they both made double figure scores. Raam was paired up with a new partner, Beth, in the last pairing. Beth demonstrated exactly how to bat with a strong partner, just knock the ball into space and run a single. One of Beth's singles was turned into a five due to overthrows, at the other end, Raam made hay, with six fours and one six in his score of  33 not out. The final score was 154 for 3 off 16 overs, 339 net.

Thornton Watlass's reply was spirited. One of their openers picked up an early six, as did one of the second pair. There were no boundaries for the third pair, with some keen fielding cutting off good shots and Amelie literally breaking the wicket for a run out. One of the last pair hit three fours, as Thornton Watlass finished on 90 for 4, 270 net, with Becca, Archie and William taking wickets with their bowling.

The only disappointing thing about this performance was the team's failure to score at ten an over, there was plenty of evidence of match skills having been improved by recent games.

Tuesday's u13 game postponed

The game v Stockton is postponed.

Under-11s (Hambleton) vs North Stainley

Tuesday - 3rd July Away v North Stainley (Hambleton Play offs) - 6.15pm start. Please meet there at 5.45pm. This is a big game for us as we still have an outside chance of winning our league. We have to win our remaining 2 games and hope that North Stainley lose against either Northallerton or Masham.

1. Fin Clarke (Capt)
2. Tom Coldwell
3. Andrew Ralph
4. Isaac Bottomley (Wkt)
5. James Cox
6. Jack Platt
7. Zac Stolarski
8. Joseph White

Sunday, 1 July 2018

U13s wilt in the Northallerton heat

The U13s put in a good showing in the Hambleton Lg in the dusty heat of Madras Northallerton but fell a tantalising 10 runs short.

Richmond did well with the ball, restricting Northallerton to a chaseable 83. All 9 bowlers did their bit, with James contributing a wicket, but the standout figures went to Cameron: 3-1-3-2. A couple of dropped catches contributed to only 3 wickets taken.

A couple of careless runouts in the top order cost Richmond dearly in their chase. But Will Sharp and Gabriel looked to be steering Richmond towards victory before Will fell to a sharp catch off a decent shot for 9, and Gabriel couldn't resist a swat at a straight one to be bowled for 11. A useful late contribution of 8 unbeaten from Owen threatened to take the game close, but we fell short by 10. A good workout though with all players batting and bowling. Also an opportunity for players and spectators alike to top up their tan.

Thanks again to John Pinkney for scoring - much appreciated. If anyone else would like to learn this vital technique and make yourself a friend of team managers everywhere, please let me know!

Opposition teams Pyrahlised at hot softball festival

The following report is from Cleo Pyrah, mother of Thomas and Daisy:

A thrilling (although long and hot) afternoon of cricket at the ‘Middleton in Teesdale Softball tournament’. Our team (Amelie, Archie, Daisy, Oliver, Raam , Ralph , Rebecca, and Thomas) won all their matches and the tournament.
It was a relentless non- stop play of four matches against Raby Castle, Barnard Castle, Middleton in Teesdale and Rockcliffe. Despite this, the team displayed sharp fielding (with a crucial, match – winning, wicket in the final over of the final match from Raam), and brave batting (Oliver was on fire!). There was at times carnage in the running (!) but great play by everyone all round, and a wonderful team spirit throughout!
A huge well done to everyone today and thank you to all the parents for helping out and giving such tremendous support.