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Cornwall U15’s in the West Indies 2016

 

DateOpponentsResultScores
Tue 22 MarchQueens Park CC,Queens Park Oval, Port of SpainLost by 4 wkts181-4 183-6
Wed 23 MarchTrinidad National SSCL U15'sQueen's Royal CollegeLost by 84 runs269-4 185
Thur 24 MarchTrinidad U 15's T20 F/LPierre Rd Ground, CharlevilleLost by 4 wkts138 140-6
Fri 25 MarchSouth & Central TrinidadWilson Rd Ground, PenalWon by 13 runs205-7 192
Sun 27 MarchStaffordshire U 15Pine Basin Oval, Bridgtown, BarbadosLost by 5 runs159 154-7
Mon 28 MarchFranklyn Stephenson AcademyDesmond Haynes Sports ComplexLost by 5 wickets193 194-5
Tue 29 MarchFranklyn Stephenson AcademyFranklyn Stephenson AcademyLost by 10 runs305-3 295
Wed 30 MarchBarbados U 15Windward Ground, BarbadosLost by 48 runs171-3 123
Fri 1 AprilBarbados U 15Desmond Haynes OvalLost by 20 runs176-6 153
Sat 2 AprilBarbados U 15Yorkshire Ground, BarbadosLost by 4 runs D/L172-3 139-8 D/L Target 144

Summary Reports

Trinidad

Test venue Queens Park Oval:  Cornwall U15 181 for 4 off 40 overs (Lewis Goldsworthy 56, Karl Leathley 28, Will Trenoweth 28no, Matt Lello 23, Sam Wyatt 26).  Queens Park Club U15s won by 6 wickets (3 -21 for Joss Hearn and 2-21 for Tom Agnew).

Cornwall U15s lost to Trinidad in a 40 over match in very hot conditions. Trinidad posted an impressive 269 for 4, with 2 wickets for  Matt Bray. In reply, Cornwall were bowled out for 185, with Sam Wyatt 43 and Harry Trethewey 28.

In an exciting 20:20 evening floodlit match, Cornwall U15s lost in the final over. Batting first on a hard track, openers Sam Wyatt (39) and Lewis Goldsworthy (34) made a good start, taking the score up to 81 for no wicket after 8 overs. Wickets then tumbled with Cornwall all out for 138. Trinidad were held back by some tight bowling, with Joss Hearn leading the way, but Cornwall finally succumbed to lose by 4 wickets.

Cornwall U15s beat South & Central Trinidad   in 35 degree heat!

Batting was quite challenging given the conditions.  Cornwall U15s scored 205 for 8, including a first county 50 for Harry Trethewey (Sam Wyatt 54, Harry Trethewey 51no, Matt Lello 30).  In reply, South and Central Trinidad were bowled out for 193, with 2 wickets each for Tom Agnew, Lewis Goldsworthy and Matt Lello.

Barbados

U15s lose to Staffordshire by 5 runs

Staffs batted first and scored 159 all out, with 4 wickets for Jacob Harvey, and 2 each for Joss Hearn and Matthew Bray.  Cornwall were well on track to victory at 88 for 0, but when openers Sam Wyatt (40) and Lewis Goldsworthy (33) were dismissed, the run rate faltered and Cornwall finished 154 for 7 with Jacob Harvey 23not out..

Cornwall U15s lose to Franklyn Stevenson Academy by 6 wickets. In a 30 over match, Cornwall reached 193 all out, led by Karl Leathley (72) and Harry Trethewey (29). In reply, the Academy passed the target for 5 wickets with several overs to spare.

Cornwall U15s lose another thriller despite 96 from Sam Wyatt. Franklyn Stevenson Academy posted a massive 305 for 4, with 2 wickets for Alex Pascoe. Chasing, Cornwall U15s were bowled out for a creditable 295, with notable scores from Sam Wyatt 96, Karl Leathley 45 and Harry Trethewey 42.

Cornwall U15s lost to Barbados at the historic Windward Ground. Winning the toss in dry conditions, Barbados scored 171 for 3. In reply, Cornwall U15s were bowled out for 123 in a rain affected innings, with Sam Wyatt scoring 28 and Matt Lello 23.

Costly run out as Cornwall U15s lose again to Barbados.

Barbados batted first and were pegged back by some tight bowling from the spinners, led by Lewis Goldsworthy who took 3 wickets. They posted 176 for 6 off 40 overs. In reply, Cornwall U15s again got off to a good start and were ahead of the rate, until Lewis Goldsworthy was bowled for 18 and Sam Wyatt run out for 49. Wickets tumbled but an entertaining last wicket partnership between Will Trenoweth (42 not out) and Joss Hearn (5) restored some respectability to the score as Cornwall were bowled out for 153, some 23 runs short.

The match was played at the Desmond Haynes Oval and Desmond Haynes actually came along to watch some of it!

Cornwall lose final tour match by 4 runs.

Losing their 6th toss in a row saw Cornwall field first against Barbados, who lost early wickets to Matt Bray, Tom Agnew and a run out. Barbados scored 172 for 3 off 30 overs. The total was revised down by D/W after 2 rain delays to 144 off 25. Cornish openers Sam Wyatt (33) and Karl Leathley (32) made a promising start, putting on 75 for the first wicket after 12 overs. The momentum was continued by some energetic batting from Will Trenoweth (35). With just 18 needed off 18 balls, and 5 wickets in hand, Cornwall seemed to have the game won, until a triple wicket maiden destroyed the middle order. After a tense finish, Cornwall finished on 139 for 8, to lose by 4 runs on D/L