Monday’s matches

The first match return submitted this evening reported on Glasgow Accies CC’s nine-wicket win over the Ferguslie|Hillhead combined side in the Under 18 League.  After restricting the combined team to 75 for 6 in their twenty overs, Glasgow Accies CC then chased down their target with five overs in hand, Arman Khan scoring an unbeaten 54.  King George V Playing Field was the venue for a clash of two other combination teams, Drumpellier|Victoria beating East Renfrewshire|Renfrew by nine wickets.  Singh took 4 for 16 for the winning combined team, with Hassan Raza (50) and Zeeshan Aziz (55*) then making the biggest contributions with the bat as the nine-wicket win was secured.  Poloc CC were also winners on the night in the Under 18 League, albeit their win came virtue of a concession by the East Kilbride|Uddingston combined side.

In the younger age-group league however a Poloc CC versus East Kilbride|Uddingston combined team match did take place, Shawholm the venue.  Batting first the home side posted 154 for 1, with 30 not out for both Hassaan Mehmood and Samee Mehmood, with Abdullah Rana chipping in with an unbeaten 24.  The combined side were then bowled out in the fifteenth over for 46, Nabeel Khan taking 3 for 3.  At Glenpark in Greenock meanwhile it was an away win that was recorded as Stirling County CC overcame their hosts by eight wickets.  Greenock CC mustered just 71 for 9 despite Lukas Fischer-Keogh’s 22, with Jones (3 for 15) taking a hat-trick for the visitors.  The New Williamfield youngsters then chased down their target in under twelve overs, Marshall scoring 22 not out.  Also winners “on the road” in the Under 13 League were Glasgow Accies CC who defeated previously unbeaten Ferguslie CC at Meikleriggs by six wickets.  Ferguslie CC, batting first, posted 91 for 7 thanks in the main to Mahapatra’s 30 not out, John Greene taking 3 for 13 for Glasgow Accies CC.  Greene then led the successful run-chase with 31 not out, Lucas Pierotti giving him assistance with an unbeaten 20.  Cameron’s 3 for 13 proved in vain for Ferguslie CC.