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SPAIN WIN OPENING GAME AGAINST THE SWISS
 
24th July 2010

ICC EUROPE UNDER 17 TORNEO DIVISION 2

Spain v Switzerland, 24th July 2010. 

Switzerland v Spain at Crosby.

Switzerland v Spain at Crosby.
Spain beat Switzerland by 38 runs
 Spain 176 (39.2 overs) Cook 59 Cameron 3-21 Gaillet 3-27 Parikh 3-34
 Switzerland 138 (36 overs) Saleem 43 Girling 6-17 Brook 3-32

THE JOY OF SIX FOR GIRLING AND SPAIN
 
Ben Girling took six wickets as Spain made a winning start to the European Under 17 B Championships with a 38 runs victory over Switzerland at Crosby.
 
Chasing Spain’s 176 all out off 39.2 overs, the Swiss were in trouble at 92 for six but a stand of 41 in just six and a half overs between Ali Saleem and Ross Cameron kept the Swiss in the hunt and Spain under pressure - until a run out hurried the game to its conclusion.
 
 
Spain celebrate a wicket against the Swiss
 
Saleem Ali, Switzerland’s top scorer with 43, was the victim and then Girling, who had taken the first three wickets came back at the end of the Swiss innings to run through the tail, with a further three wickets in just one over to finish with igures of six for 17. The Swiss were finally bowled out for 138 with Spain´s captain Joel Brook taking the other three wickets.

Spain’s innings was built around Charlie Cook’s 59. Cook was making his debut for Spain, after being drafted in late to the squad by the Junor Director of Spanish cricket Neil Brook. Coming to the wicket after the loss of two wickets in six balls, which left Spain 51 for four, he slammed seven fours and two sixes off just 46 balls before he was seventh out with the total on 163.
 
Spain rather lost their way after his dismissal, managing only 13 runs in the next five overs and being bowled out with four balls unused. Himish Parikh, Ross Cameron and George Gaillet all took three wickets for the Swiss.
 
The 38 run victory gives the Spanish a much needed opening win in Group B. In the other Group B match played today the Isle of Man had a comfortable 66 run win over Germany in a match reduced to 37 overs a side due to rain. Italy and France trounced Belgium and Gibraltar respectively in Group A. Greece and Austria were the recipients of rest days today and they will both start their tournament campaigns tommorrow Spain will now have a rest day on Sunday before an encounter with the hosts, the Isle of Man at St John´s on Monday, which could well prove to be Spains hardest group game. 
 
 
Ben Girling celebrates one of his six wickets 
 
Spain U-17 Vs Switzerland U-17
1-Innings Match Played At Crosby CC, 24-Jul-2010, ICC European U-17 Division 2
Spain U-17 Win by 38 runs
Toss won by Spain U-17
Umpires Jane Carpenter (Jersey); Dermot Ward (Ireland)
Scorers K Madden; John G Jones
 
Spain U-17 1st Innings 176/10 All Out (Overs 39.2)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
J Brook*   b G Gaillet 23 36 1 0
C Johnston+   b H Parikh 0 5 0 0
J Cobb   b G Gaillet 13 36 0 0
B Girling lbw b R Cameron 8 17 0 0
C Cook   b G Gaillet 59 46 7 2
A Harris c G Gaillet b H Parikh 29 44 3 0
T Vine   b H Parikh 7 15 1 0
F Muhammad not out   14 21 1 0
S Singh   b R Cameron 1 9 0 0
r Panchal run out   0 9 0 0
C Murphy   b R Cameron 0 1 0 0
extras   (b3 lb1 w15 nb3) 22      
TOTAL   10 wickets for 176      
 
FOW
1-9(C Johnston) 2-36(J Brook) 3-50(J Cobb) 4-51(B Girling) 5-127(A Harris)
6-142(T Vine) 7-163(C Cook) 8-174(S Singh) 9-175(r Panchal) 10-176(C Murphy)
 
Bowler O M R W wd nb
A Saleem 8 0 38 0 1 -
H Parikh 8 0 34 3 3 1
R Cameron 7.2 1 21 3 3 -
G Gaillet 8 1 27 3 2 1
M Sandhya 7 0 40 0 3 1
J Boucher 1 0 12 0 1 -
 
Switzerland U-17 1st Innings 138/10 All Out (Overs 36)
Batsman Fieldsman Bowler Runs Bls 4s 6s
T George   b B Girling 4 11 0 0
L Illien c r Panchal b B Girling 14 31 1 0
M Sandhya   b B Girling 8 17 1 0
A Saleem run out   43 73 1 0
N Nanjungud c S Singh b J Brook 10 39 0 0
G Gaillet   b J Brook 7 15 1 0
H Vines   b J Brook 5 4 1 0
R Cameron   b B Girling 16 18 1 0
H Parikh not out   0 6 0 0
A Vinod   b B Girling 0 1 0 0
J Boucher c C Johnston b B Girling 0 2 0 0
extras   (b1 lb5 w24 nb1) 31      
TOTAL   10 wickets for 138      
 
FOW
1-8(T George) 2-30(M Sandhya) 3-35(L Illien) 4-64(N Nanjungud) 5-84(G Gaillet)
6-92(H Vines) 7-133(A Saleem) 8-135(R Cameron) 9-135(A Vinod) 10-138(J Boucher)
 
Bowler O M R W wd nb
T Vine 7 0 25 0 3 -
B Girling 7 2 17 6 7 -
r Panchal 5 2 11 0 1 -
S Singh 6 2 17 0 1 -
J Brook 6 0 32 3 5 1
F Muhammad 1 0 9 0 3 -
A Harris 4 0 21 0 1 -
 

 

  • THE TWO SQUADS FOR THE IOM TORNEO 
Spain
  • Joel Brook
  • Jim Cobb
  • Charlie Cook
  • Abdullah Danish
  • Ben Girling
  • Alfie Harris
  • Charlie Johnston
  • Faisal Muhammad
  • Callum Murphy
  • Ravi Panchal
  • Jamie Roper
  • Sandeep Singh
  • Tom Vine
  • Neil Brook (Manager)
  • Armaghan Khan (Coach)
Switzerland
  • Trystan George
  • Joseph Boucher
  • Ross Cameron
  • George Gaillet
  • Henry Greenhalgh
  • Simon Henderson
  • Luca Illien
  • Midhun Lal Sandhya
  • Nikhit Nanjungud
  • Himesh Parikh
  • Ali Saleem
  • Harry Vines
  • Arjun Vinod
  • Michael George (Coach)
  • Alan Boucher (Manager)

 

 

CROSBY CRICKET GROUND - THE ISLE OF MAN

Group A
                P   W  NR   L   Pts
France       1   1   0   0     2
Italy          1   1   0   0     2
Hellas
Belgium     1   0   0   1     0
Gibraltar    1   0   0   1     0
  • France beat Gibraltar by 222 runs.
    St John, 24 July.
  • Italy beat Belgium by 138 runs.
    King William's College 1, 24 July.
Group B
             P   W  NR   L   Pts
Isle of Man  1   1   0   0     2
Spain          1   1   0   0     2
Austria
Switzerland   1   0   0   1     0
Germany      1   0   0   1     0
  • Spain beat Switzerland by 38 runs.
    Crosby, 24 July.
  • Isle of Man beat Germany by 66 runs.
    Cronkbourne, 24 July.
 
Fixture Schedule
  • 24 July
    • Italy v Belgium (KWC 1)
    • France v Gibraltar (St John's)
    • Isle of Man v Germany (Cronkbourne)
    • Switzerland v Spain (Crosby)
  • 25 July
    • France v Italy (KWC 2)
    • Belgium v Hellas (Cronkbourne)
    • Isle of Man v Switzerland (KWC 1)
    • Germany v Austria (Crosby)
  • 26 July
    • France v Hellas (Crosby)
    • Italy v Gibraltar (Cronkbourne)
    • Austrai v Switzerland (KWC 1)
    • Isle of Man v Spain (St John's)
  • 27 July
    • Gibraltar v Hellas (KWC 2)
    • Belgium v France (KWC 1)
    • Austria v Spain (Cronkbourne)
    • Germany v Switzerland (St John's)
  • 28 July
    • Belgium v Gibraltar (Crosby)
    • Hellas v Italy (St John's)
    • Germany v Spain (KWC 1)
    • Austria v Isle of Man (KWC 2)
  • 29 July
    • Final: A1 v B1
    • 3rd-4th play-off: A2 v B2
    • 5th-6th play-off: A3 v B3
    • 7th-8th play-off: A4 v B4
    • 9th-10th play-off: A5 v B5

 

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