Tipton St John defeat Welsh touring side then lose at Broadclyst

PUBLISHED: 09:09 27 June 2014 | UPDATED: 09:09 27 June 2014

Tipton CCs Justin Quick in action

Tipton CCs Justin Quick in action


Tipton had mixed results over the weekend with a win over Welsh tourists Peterson Super Ely followed by a heavy defeat at Broadclyst.

The runs were shared amongst the Tipton batsmen on Saturday as they posted 204-5 with contributions coming from Steve Shaw with 53 not out, supported by 42 from Phil Tolley and 37 from captain Steve Walker.

Accurate bowling by Walker and David O’Higgins checked the reply and O’Higgins was rewarded when Jem Gillham took a good catch secure the first wicket.

Walker bowled Smart for 33 between three wickets for Phil Wright before Chris Mason took over with 3-24. Wickets for Chris Tubbs and Gillham effected the coup de grâce enabling Tipton to win by 37 runs

On Sunday Tipton thought they had Broadclyst’s innings under control at first following some good bowling by Paul Williamson and good catches taken by Justin Quick and Adam Gibbins. However, the lower order batsmen took the initiative allowing the home side to set a target of 184. Williamson took 3-31 and David Birch 3-29.

Tipton openers Phil Tolley and Keith Collins were subjected to a fierce opening salvo from Edmond and Nichols.

Both bowled well on fast on a pitch that saw some balls lift and gave the batsmen a torrid time.

Tolley was caught behind for seven and Collins after battling for 18 overs was out LBW for 10. Justin Quick batted well for 45 minutes until he was caught for 16. Only Adam Gibbins was able to give significant resistance with 39 not out as Tipton were dismissed for 105.

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