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Saturday 22nd June - Five wickets for Peter Kelly in First XI win at Old Xaverians

Updated: Jun 26

First XI

Sefton Park 177 for 9 dec. (55 overs)

H Khan 24, C Bellis 28, P Horton 43, J Stirling 32, Dave Kelly 20

Old Xaverians 106 all out (35.5 overs)

P Kelly 5 for 35, A Jagan 3 for 26

Sefton Park won by 71 runs


Second XI

Leigh 164 all out (45.2 overs)

N Karyab 2 for 36, J Rigby 2 for 49, R Bhardwaj 2 for 33, J Lavery 2 for 13

Sefton Park 167 for 7 (33.1 overs)

M Young 40, N Paul 50, S Parkinson 20

Sefton Park won by 3 wickets


Third XI

Sefton Park 205 for 7 dec. (42 overs)

A Woods 39, J Daniels 69, R Brady 23

New Brighton 128 all out

J Woods 5 for 47, L Tolladay 3 for 48

Sefton Park won by 77 runs


Fourth XI

Sefton Park 56 all out

S Hawkes 35

Northern 57 without loss

Northern won by 10 wickets



The First XI made the short journey to play Old Xaverians.

Sefton won the toss and decided to bat first. An opening stand of 41 between Haroon Khan (24) and Chris Bellis (28) set them on their way and Chris was still there to take part in a stand of 51 for the third wicket with Paul Horton who was eventually out for 43. James Stirling then scored 32, taking part in a number partnerships one of 28 for the sixth wicket with Dave Kelly who scored 20 in 10 balls.

Sefton eventually declared on 177 for 9 in 55 overs.

In reply, Sefton opened the bowling with Peter Kelly and Abhishek Jagan. Eventually Peter bowled 17 overs, taking 5 for 35 with Abhishek claiming 3 for 26 as they bowled out Old Xavs for 106 in 35.5 overs.

So it was 23 points for Sefton which keeps them on top of the table and looking forward to the visit of Liverpool to Sefton Park next week.




The Second XI after achieving their first win of the season last week welcomed Leigh to Sefton Park. Leigh won the toss and decided to bat first.

Two early wickets for Naimat Karyab left the visitors on 4 for 2 but a stand of 71 put them in a better position but they continued to lose wickets after that and were eventually bowled out for 164 in 45.2 overs. Naimat finished with 2 for 36, Jake Rigby 2 for 49 Raj Bhardwaj 2 for 33and Jack Lavery 2 for 13.

The backbone of the Sefton reply was a stand of 74 for the third wicket between Nathan Paul (50 in 41 balls) and Matt Young (40). Sam Parkinson scored a valuable 20 runs and Sefton passed the Leigh total with seven wickets down in 33.1 overs. So a valuable 25 points for Sefton.



(above) A six for Nathan Paul who scored 50 for the Second XI in their win over Leigh



(above) Matt Young scored 40


(above) Sam Parkinson takes a catch off Jack Lavery




The Third XI Played New Brighton's Third XI on the Lower Ground. The visitors won the toss and decided to field first.

A stand of 80 for the second wicket between Alex Woods (39) and James Daniels (who went on to make 69) gave the team a good start. Ronan Brady scored 23 and there were excellent innings from juniors Dan Cuthbert (19) and Ben Lester (12 not out) as Sefton were able to declare on 205 for 8 in 42 overs.

In reply New Brighton looked to be in with a chance but a run out from a brilliant throw by James Daniels swung the game in Sefton's favour and New Brighton were dismissed for 128 in 27 overs with James Woods taking 5 for 47 and Liam Tolladay 3 for 48.



(above) James Daniels scored 69 for the Third XI in their win over New Brighton's Thirds


(above) Alex Woods scored 39


(above) Not the best picture but an excellent throw by James Daniels for a run out.


The Fourth XI travelled to play Northern's Thirds.

Sefton batted first and were all out for 56 with Scott Hawkes scoring a remarkable Bannerman-esque 35 of those. Northern knocked the runs off without losing a wicket.



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