UPPER AIREDALE U-17 REPRESENTATIVE TEAM

JOE LUMB CUP MATCH CONCEDED

The scheduled Joe Lumb Cup match between UAJCA and Hambleton District provisionally re-scheduled for Sunday 29th July has been conceded to UAJCA.
UAJCA NARROWLY DEFEATED BY NIDDERDALE

Manager Ben Holderness reports a narrow defeat to Nidderdale in our second Joe Lumb Cup competition match. Skipton duo Jo Holderness [89] and James Robinson [78] were supported by Bradley Gardner with 24 and tallied 243-9. Earlier Nidderdale rattled up 264-8 [D Howard 61, C Holtham 45, O Horberry 40] Held in check by 3-35 and 3-34 by Jo and Ben Southern. The points situation remains to be known......yet


UAJCA DEFEAT HALIFAX

Manager Ben Holderness is proud to submit the scorecard for a UAJCA Joe Lumb Cup win over neighbours Halifax. A 184 score-line from Halifax proved insufficient to overcome UAJCA, who passed that total with 4 wickets in hand. UAJCA was indebted to Shiv Bhatoa [Oxenhope] for his fabulous 79 not out and the late order 49 from Usman Akhtar who retired hurt. GHC club-mate Saad Shafique helped finish the job with 12 not out. The earlier bowling honours went to Adil Modak [Steeton] 3-20.  Scorecard

Now to tackle Nidderdale at Knaresborough on 8th July.


JOE LUMB VENUE SWITCH

Thee UAJCA Joe Lumb Cup match on 24th June will now take place at Bingley Congregationals CC [11:00am. Manager Ben will be contacting the squad shortly.


UAJCA JOE LUMB 2018 SQUAD

The UAJCA Joe Lumb Cup Squad for our 2018 return to the premier competition in the county has been selected by manager Ben Holderness. The 12-man squad is:

James Robinson [Skipton, Capt], Joe Holderness [Skipton], Tom Starkey [Skipton], Adil Modak [Steeton], Harris Rowlett [Steeton], Ben Southern [Skipton], Elliot Wilson [Steeton], Shiv Bhatoa [Oxenhope], Joe Bairstow [Oxenhope, w/k], Edson Richmond [Bradley], Bradley Gardner [Skipton], Tom Meakin [Steeton].


UAJCA JOE LUMB CUP TRIAL

REMINDER THIS SUNDAY 15th APRIL

Thirty-two under 16 & u17 players  have been invited to a trial on Sunday 15th April at 10:00am at South Craven School Sports Hall to allow Joe Lumb Manager Ben Holderness to assess current strengths and select a squad for our first tilt at the Cup for 3 years. Good luck to all trialists.

Our first fixture will be at Oxenhope CC vs the Halifax League on Sunday 24th June.


UAJCA BACK IN

After persuasion from team manager Ben Holderness, UAJCA representatives agreed to support a return to the Joe Lumb Cup for our under-17 players in 2018.

The trial is to be held at South Craven School on Sunday 15th April at 10:00am [90 mins] with manager Ben Holderness.

Our first fixture will be at Oxenhope CC vs the Halifax League on Sunday 24th June.


UPPER AIREDALE u-17 FIXTURES 2018

 15th April Joe Lumb Squad trial 10:00am South Craven School
 24th June UAJCA 185-6 Halifax   184 all out Won by 4 wickets
 08th July Nidderdale 264-8 UAJCA   243-9 Lost by 21 runs
 15th July UAJCA   Hambleton Conceded by Hambleton
 22nd July Halifax   UAJCA Lost by

CONTACT

Mr Ben Holderness  07860-673255 ben-holderness2001@hotmail.co.uk
Knaresborough CC Sunday 8th July 2018
Nidderdale Junior Cricket Association
J Keal ct Ed Washington Jo Holderness 8
C Eddleston ct Tom Starkey Ben Southern 26
O Horberry ct Adil Modak Ben Southern 40
C Halliday ct Ben Southern 22
C Holtham ct Bradley Gardner James Robinson 45
D Howard ct Ed Washington Jo Holderness 61
J Stanley run out Will Smith   20
J Lever not out   3
J Proctor b Jo Holderness 8
G Beeley dnb    
O Fryer      
Extras 2b, 8lb, 15w  

25

Total [50 overs]    

264-8

Jo Holderness 13-4-35-3, Tom Starkey 7-0-28-0, Ben Southern 7-1-34-3, Lewis Gardner 3-0-24-0, James Robinson 13-1-70-1, Bradley Gardner 3-0-16-0, Adil Modak 6-0-32-0
Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association
James Robinson b O Fryer 78
Shiv Bhatoa ct J Lever D Howard 0
Jo Holderness ct O Horberry O Fryer 89
Tom Starkey ct C Halliday O Fryer 4
Ben Southern ct C Holtham O Fryer 1
Adil Modak ct O Horberry J Proctor 13
Bradley Gardner ct J Lever C Eddleston 24
Ed Washington run out J Stanley   5
Lewis Gardner ct J Proctor D Howard 3
Will Smith not out   1
       
Extras 2b, 8lb, 15w   25
Total [48.3 overs]    

231-7

O Fryer 9-0-55-3, D Howard 8.3-3-23-3, C Halliday 6-0-39-0, C Holtham 5-1-20-0, C Eddleston 9-1-35-1, J Lever 2-0-17-0, J Proctor 7-0-26-1, G Beeley 2-0-18-0
 
 
Trip to Ackworth CC

Lewis Hopkinson [100 & 3 wkts] and Matthew Wear [50 & 4 wkts] grab first 2015 win for UAJCA Joe Lumb squad at Oxenhope CC.


Joe Lumb Squad

With a huge bunch of 16 and 15 year old boys to select from UAJCA opted for an indoor net trial at South Craven School Cricket Centre on 24th April. 18 prospective players attended the trial with a further 5 unable to attend the trial but available to play. A 14-man squad has been selected with 3 others on standby to cover absences, exams, injuries etc. The squad [2014 squad pictured] which includes 3 new caps is made up of nine 16-year-olds, four 15 year-olds and one 14 year old.

The squad is: Lewis Hopkinson [Capt, w/k, Oxenhope], Hamzah Iqbal & Martin Walker [both Bradford & Bingley], Nick Firth, Ben Sugden & Will Pullen [all Silsden], Jake Greenbank [Earby] Dan Scott & Tom Mawer [both Oxenhope], Matthew Wear [Denholme], Ben Jagger [Wilsden], John Davidson [Settle], Elliot Stockton & Tom Robinson [both Embsay].

The three standby-reserves are Matt Daggett & Archie Hancock [both U Wharfedale] and Simon Tarbox [Settle].

The first match is on 31st May away at Ackworth CC v Pontefract District.

UPPER AIREDALE u-17 FIXTURES 2015

 31st May Pontefract 211-3 UAJCA    210-5 Lost by 7 wkts
 21st June UAJCA   133 all out Wetherby 233-9 Lost by 100 runs
 12th July UAJCA 231-7 Doncaster 230-9 Won by 3 wkts
 26th July Wetherby   UAJCA Bardsey LS22 9AA
     
Oxenhope CC Sunday 12th July 2015
Doncaster Junior Cricket Association
D Cooper ct Simon Tarbox Matthew Wear 20
J Zuurbier ct Nick Firth Ben Jagger 14
A Abbass lbw Lewis Hopkinson 59
C Allan ct Lewis Hopkinson Matthew Wear 10
W Hollings lbw Simon Tarbox 0
J Yeamans b Lewis Hopkinson 35
B Blyth b Matthew Wear 21
A Kirkham b Lewis Hopkinson 13
J Matthews b Matthew Wear 27
R Marsh not out  

6

10 men      
Extras 16b, 5w, 4nb  

25

Total [49.1 overs]    

230-9

Dan Scott 10-0-40-0, Ben Jagger 10-2-39-1, Matthew Wear 8.1-0-30-4, Simon Tarbox 6-1-31-1, Lewis Hopkinson 10-0-48-3, Will Pullen 5-1-26-0
Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association
Martin Walker lbw J Matthews 17
Eddie Jackson b J Matthews 1
Lewis Hopkinson lbw A Kirkham 100
Dan Scott ct R Marsh J Matthews 12
Elliot Stockton ct & b A Kirkham 12
Nick Firth b C Allan 4
Simon Tarbox ct A Abbass A Kirkham 0
Matthew Wear not out   50
Ben Jagger not out   0
Will Pullen      
Josh Wheatley      
Extras 20b, 1lb, 8w, 6nb   35
Total [37.1 overs]    

231-7

R Marsh 8-1-51-0, J Matthews 11.1-1-48-3, A Kirkham 7-1-32-3, C Allan 8-0-53-1, A Abbass 3-0-26-0
   
71 run loss in closing match

The UAJCA Joe Lumb squad ended its 2014 campaign with a third defeat. The trip to Pickering CC for a dead rubber meant there was pride only to play for. Regulare keeper Lewis Hopkinson had to drop out due to injury.

Scarborough JCA batted first and an early wicket with the score on 13 gave UAJCA a boost. A rapid Ben Howell was the bowler, Callum Holmes the catcher and  Walmsley the batsmen who made 5. At 28 the same bowler had the wicket of the other opener Donald with a catch from Oakworth team-mate and stand-in keeper Sam Nettleton. There was to be another 78 runs added before the third Scarborough wicket fell bowled by Dan Scott. It was M Butler who had accelerated their innings with 41 of the partnership with J Reed. Another 37 runs on it was 113-4 as M Southwell gave Dan his second scalp. UAJCA were well in the match but Scarborough no 4 J Reed was a resolute opponent. With J Till another 59 was added to begin to swing the pendulum eastwards. Till was bowled for 29 by Ben Howell, his third victim of the match. After just 12 more runs Reed was finally winkled out by Isaac Murray for 62, a second catch for Sam Nettleton. The score stood at 184 for 6 with neither side dominant. The Scarborough lower order though knuckled down to the job and added a further 54 runs whilst UAJCA had only the wicket of J Hills for 9 another Nettleton snap up, this time for Isaac. the final tally for Scarborough had risen to 238 for 7. Howell was the pick of our bowlers with 3 for 30 in 14 tidy overs.

Daniel Marshall made a bright start but was caught by keeper Reed for Bowes for just 7 at 9 for 1. Then a disastrous second early wicket followed as Isaac was also on his way caught behind for 1 off Milner. At 10 for 2, a target of 239 looked a long way off. But left-hander Martin Walker and Dan Scott dug in and put together our best stand with 72 runs. Dan was adjudged lbw by Donald for a sterling 31. 82 for 3 was much better with late call up Jordan Powell joining the fray. He chipped in 11 in a stand of 14 before departing bowled by Donald. Toby Priestley also scored 11 caught behind also off Donald. At 112-5 UAJCA was definitely on the back foot but opener Martin walker remained strong picking up plenty of boundaries along the way. Ben Howell struck 2 fours in his 13 before his timbers were rattled by Walmsley at 141 for 7 with 98 still required. Earby's Jake Greenbank made another similar contribution of 12 to take us on to 163 for 8. the innings finally collapsed with the fall of Martin for a cracking 69 caught for Walmsley. We ended at 167 all out with Walmsley taking five of our wickets whilst shipping 75 runs off his 87 balls.

So the 2014 campaign came to a close without an on-field victory.


Change of venue

Please note the final Joe Lumb Cup match against Scarborough JCA will now be played at Pickering CC. Postcode is YO18 8DJ


Collapse brings 2nd defeat

Visitors Doncaster came to Skipton to take on Upper Airedale and batted first in glorious sunshine. UAJCA struck an early blow with just 2 byes on the board with dismissal of opener Josh Budd for 0, clean bowled by Oxenhope's Dan Scott. With just 1 more added the other opener Will Hollins followed for a second duck with a smart catch behind from Lewis Hopkinson [Oxenhope] for skipper Isaac Murray [Denholme]. At 3 for 2 Doncaster was in some trouble and it was soon to get worse. No 3 George Thompson had made 6 of the 12-2 total and he hit Isaac into the air to be snapped up by the waiting John Davidson [Settle]. 12 for 3 was a fantastic start for UAJCA and it soon became 13 for 4 as Oundesley gave Callum Holmes [Oxenhope] a catch off club team-mate Dan Scott. Number 5 Tom Bradley was joined by Jack Zuurbier as two new batsmen at the crease.The wheel of fortune spun southwards as the pairing began to settle and score freely. UAJCA brought spinner John Davidson and Matthew Wear [Denholme] into the attack but to no instant avail. It was Bradley who fell next with the Doncaster tally at 61 for a smart 33. He was Callum's second catch, this time for the effervescent Matthew. No 7 Ryan Pearson added only 2 given out lbw again for Matthew, who was now fizzing well. The score-board read 63 for 6 and UAJCA were in the box seat.

The early UAJCA dominance was countered by Zuurbier and Sulliman Ahmed who pushed tehir team back into the sunshine. Zuurbier passed 50 and Ahmed to looked set for a solid score. They added 80 defiant runs before Ahmed was caught by Lewis off the returning Isaac. He had contributed 32 to the stand including the only six of the innings. 10 runs on at 153 John Davidson's twirlers finally found a way through the Zuurbier defence for a magnificent 59, which included 11 boundaries. Isaac then took out Z Ahmed via a third snap-up from Callum to take his personal haul to 4 wickets. At 153 for 9 it seemed UAJCA had done its job but they maybe reckoned without the last pair Abbass and Colley who put bat to ball picking off 5 boundaries to add another 35 for the last wicket. 188 for 9 was a long way from 63 for 6 but nevertheless a gettable target. Isaac returned a cracking 4 for 37 with Matthew 2 for 19 perhaps under-bowled. Dan Scott kept the runs down with 2 for 45 from 14 overs.

Oakworth skipper Ben Howell paired with Davidson to start the reply and what a start it was. The pair blended well matching each others contribution. 65 runs were gleaned from the Doncaster attack before Ben was bowled for 35 by Oundesley who had taken some punishment hitherto. Skipper Isaac joined John and another 23 was added before Colley induced the catch for Z Ahmed from Isaac who had chipped in 15 to the UAJCA cause. Still in the driving seat at 88 for 2, UAJCA needed 101 with 8 wickets remaining. That position soon deteriorated as our batsmen had trouble with the bowling of Colley who removed John for masterful 48 soon after Ahmed had had Lewis caught for a duck by Hollins. 106 for 4 was now revealed a more even contest as Colley continued to cause problems. The next four wickets added only 12 runs as our challenge faded big style. Jake Greenbank scored 8, bowled by Ahmed and Josh Ferguson 6 as Colley's third victim. Toby Priestley [Denholme] and Charlie Shimmin [Wilsden] both collected zeroes in the collapse. Dan Scott paired with both Callum Holmes and Matthew Wear to try and eek out towards the target but his 13no was our last real effort. Callum copped our fourth and Matthew our fifth duck of the innings, which close at 132 all out, 56 runs light.

That lad Colley returned 6 for 28 as UAJCA chief executioner, but it could have been oh so different at 88 for 1.

Comeback fails to avoid defeat

Super Sunday was headlined by the Joe Lumb Cup match at Sowerby Bridge CI CC. Batting first there was an early blow with the loss of form man Lewis Hopkinson for a duck bowled by an impressive Toby Thorpe. Martin Walker and Isaac Murrray consolidated well adding 49 before aggressor Isaac was bowled by Baldwin for 35 in 70 balls. Martin was resolute in defence but becalmed in scoring and he fell 1 run later for very steady 9 [68 balls]. Settle's John Davidson settled well along with Toby Priestley [Denholme]. Toby was caught for 6 off Hosher to end their partnership at 65-4. Sam Nettleton followed for 5 at 89-5 with the Ribblesdale all-rounder beginning to show excellent batting form. He needed a partner and found him in late call-up Josh Ferguson [Oxenhope]. Their stand together was carried past 50. It was Davidson whose wicket ended the burgeoning duet at 141-6. He had made a sterling 51 [69 balls] including 5 fours and 3 sixes and  given our team a sporting chance. Jack Keighley departed for 2 at 153-7 and 9 runs later Josh Ferguson too was bowled for a superb 38 at a run a ball. Oxenhoep pair Dan Scott and Callum Holmes saw out the innings to 169 for 8 after the 50 overs. Halifax opening bowler Toby Thorpe returned 4 for 45 as the home side's attacking kingpin.

UAJCA too had an impressive opening bowler in Dan Scott whose 11 overs brought him 3 for 40. The early wicket of George Hampshire paved the way for  a 99-run partnership between Toby Thorpe [60] and Jake Finch [53] which posed a distinct threat to our chances of defending our total. The two half-centurions had departed with the  score at 132-3, thanks to the dynamic duo from Denholme, Thorpe run out by Toby Priestley and Finch bowled by Matty Wear. Dan Scott the got to work on the middle order and dismissed 3 batsmen. The score however had moved on to 160-6 before nos 7 and 8 Baldwin [4] and Talbot [7] closed out the victory in the 36th over.

On the day Halifax proved the better team but our 2014 team can and will progress after encouraging performances from Murray, Davidson, Ferguson and Scott. The next fixture is on 22nd June vs Doncaster at Skipton CC. This is a crunch match for defeat will almost certainly mean elimination. Victory will take us to a show-down meeting with Scarborough JCA at distant Malton


Team to play Halifax

UAJCA Team Manager Simon Howell announces the team to play Halifax JCL on Super Su7nday 8th June [1:00pm]. the match is at Sowerby Bridge Church Institute CC. POST CODE HX6 2UB The team is:Isaac Murray, Toby Priestley & Matthew Wear [all Denholme], John Davidson {Settle], Sam Nettleton & Jack Keighley [both Oakworth], Dan Scott, Callum Holmes & Lewis Hopkinson [all Oxenhope], Martin Walker [Bfd & Bingley] & Charlie Shimmin [Wilsden].

The first match vs Wetherby was conceded to UAJCA

Wetherby District concede

UAJCA Team Manager Simon Howell was advised by the Wetherby Ditrsict that they were unable to raise a competitive team for our Joe Lumb Cup match at Settle CC on Sunday 18th May. The points are awarded to UAJCA but it is a huge disappointment for UAJCA players and the Settle club not to have the fixture.

The next match is on Sunday 8th June [Super Sunday] at Sowerby Bridge Church Institute CC, post code HX6 2UB against the Halifax District.


2014 squad selected

UAJCA Team Manager Simon Howell has selected 12 players to represent UAJCA in the Joe Lumb Cup. A number of players are also on a standby list. Letter of invitation will be sent out by the end of March 2014. The first match is at Settle CC on Sunday 18th May.

The provisional squad, subject to confirmation of availability, is: Isaac Murray & Matthew Wear [both Denholme], Lewis Hopkinson & Dan Scott [both Oxenhope], Ben Howell, Sam Nettleton & Jack Keighley [all Oakworth], Joshua Waind [Silsden], Charlie Shimmin [Wilsden], John Davidson [Settle], Jake Greenbank [Earby] & Daniel Marshall [Bingley Congs]. Standby reserves are; Morgan Davies [Embsay] & Callum Holmes [Oxenhope].


Leeds smashed by Callum' ton

UAJCA took first knock on a sweltering hot day at Whitkirk CC, starting with Ben Howell [Oakworth] and new boy Charlie Slater [U Wharfedale]. At 19-1 Ben was caught for 14 off the bowling of D Goor and no sooner had skipper Callum Lockett [U Wharfedale] come to the wicket Charlie too was on his way back for 4 bowled by Jenkinson. Kyran Clarke [U Wharfedale] couldn't really get going and he departed for 1 at 31-3, a parlous position. Isaac Murray [Denholme] helped Callum stop the rot and the pair added 46 for the 4th wicket. Isaac was caught off Barnaghan for an aggressive 18 including 2 fours and a six. Jack Roberts [Silsden] opted for a definite support role for Callum who was getting into his stride. Jack scored just six but with his skipper in full flow the score had reached 126-5 when Jack departed stumped off Clegg. James Lee [Oakworth] next partnered Callum and a super 63 run stand ensued. James was the junior partner helping Callum move towards three figures. James was bowled by Jenkinson for 12 at 189-6. His club colleague Sam Nettleton was at the crease when Callum passed the 100 mark, heading for a great personal innings of 126 in one of his last as a junior. Sam was bowled by Nuttall for 11 and keeper Jack Baker [Glusburn] was run out in the push for 16. The final UAJCA score of 246 was a far cry from the misery at Gargrave and the feature of course a magnificent milestone for skipper Callum. But the job wasn't yet done. Leeds had used 6 bowlers, the best D Goor whose 3 wickets cost 34 runs in 7 overs.

A very early strike from Kyran Clarke to remove opener D Walker for a duck without o run on the board was an early fillip for UAJCA. Jeavons and Wright though dug in and added 36 before Wright was caught for 23 by Isaac for Callum at 36-2. Richardson and Jeavons continued to consolidate but at 50 Jeavons was dismissed for a very patient 13 by keeper Baker for James Lee. From 50-3 Leeds added runs through Richardson and Nuttall until James again struck to add to his haul at Gargarve. Nuttall made 9 but disastrously for Leeds immediately after Richardson too was removed from the action by Jack Roberts left-armers courtesy of Jake Parkinson [U Wharfedale]. At 73-5 Leeds were star8ng down a barrel James Lee showed it was still loaded and Clegg went for 1 at 80-6 again bowled by the Oakworth Captain. Number 6 Barrington was the Leeds last hope it seemed as he continued to frustrate UAJCA bowlers. No 8 Jenkinson went for 1 at 101-7 and then 16 runs later the killer blow was delivered by Isaac to dismiss Barrington for 30 at 117-8. Callum picked up 2 more wickets and James a fourth to have the Leeds boys all out in the 43rd over for 142.

It had been a wonderful all-round performance by UAJCA with James again the lead bowler with 7.2-0-29-4 backed by the ever reliable skipper with 14-5-31-3. UAJCA whilst delighted with their performance were left to rue their collapse against Pontefract which has probably cost them a semi-final place.


Crushed by the Heavies

A bright sunny day at Gargrave did not provide the result UAJCA were seeking to restore their fine start against Doncaster. Renowned opponents Heavy Woollen batted first were soon in a spot of trouble at 16-2. Kyran Clarke had removed opener Wolfenden for a duck and soon after also had no 3 Simpson ct by u-15 Keeper Lewis Hopkinson. It was just the start we needed but there the high ended. Wayward bowling down the leg side with too many short "gimme-balls" enabled the Heavies batsmen to settle into a high-scoring rhythm. Nick Kaye and Matthew Waite flayed UAJCA bowlers to all parts despite the long outfield grass. Their titanic partnership took the Heavy Woollen score to 257 before they were parted. Waite was the victim for James Lee [Oakworth] with a catch from George Sutcliffe with a knock of 114. the wicket of Kaye at 274-4 gave UAJCA a lift although the resolute opener had done a fine job having also passed the 3-figure mark. He was also a victim for James, caught by Ben Whitfield for 125. The returning skipper Callum Lockett joined the action and he and James removed the middle and lower order for just another 45 runs. James was a revelation with 5 for 48 in just under 7 overs. Callum ended with 2 for 44 after a better second spell. But the damage had been done and the 319 score-line reflected our inadequate bowling after such a fine start.

With the bat George Sutcliffe continued his poor run and went for just 2again caught off the bowling of Donnelly. A stand of 31 from Ben Whitfield and Callum Lockett was broken when the latter went the same way for 18having hit 3 crisp boundaries. 10 runs later Ben too was on his way back to the pavilion also for 18 also caught for bowler Holliday. Something of a fight-back was engineered by Kyran Clarke and Denholme's Isaac Murray. Kyran smote a couple of sixes in his 33 again caught for bowler Kaye. He departed at 79-4 with our hopes fading that we could match the tall target. Bowling hero Jame Lee joined Isaac and the pair continued to pick up runs at a decent pace but below that really required. The breakthrough for the Heavy Woollen side came with the introduction of M Waite who firstly bowled Isaac for a sterling 33 after sharing a 42 stand with James. The score was 121-5. James Raper next fell to Waite for 2 and Jake Parkinson failed to trouble the scorers on the same score of 131 for 7. Some tail-wagging from James 19 and keeper Lewis Hopkinson 25 carried us to a final tally of 172 all out after 41 overs. The express aggressive pace from Waite snuffed out any real prospect of challenging, his 5 for 15 in 7 overs transforming fortunes.

So there is to be no glory in this competition in 2013 and we surely play for pride at Whitkirk CC against Leeds on 7th July.


Ponte bowlers on top

Isaac Murray proved a real trump card at 3rd change, taking 4-24 to take out most of the Pontefract middle order. James Raper and James Lee had removed the openers and at 92-7 the visitors to Skipton were looking down a barrel. Opening bowler Raees Ishtiaq [Wilsden] was a classy asset and he ended with 3-36. The late recovery from Pontefract came from Parson and Bowering taking them on to 142 all out.

The dream of a second successive win soon dissipated with the top five each scoring only single figures. the damage was done by C Harvey and despite sterling efforts from Upper Wharfedale pair Jake Parkinson 14 and 12 from Kyran Clrke and some tail-wagging, UAJCA reached only 75 all out. The tail was demolished by M Heritage with 4-11.

Heavy Woollen is a must-win, but hopefully skipper Callum Lockett will be back in harness along with Doncaster scourge Tyler McGladdery.


4 wicket win

UAJCA Joe Lumb squad did us all proud with a 4-wicket win against Doncaster. The match was played at West Bretton CC near Barnsley.

The scores were Doncaster 118 all out, UAJCA 119-6

From the early overs when Kyran Clarke bowled Doncaster opener Charlie Allen, UAJCA was in the ascendancy. Callum Lockett added the scalp of no 3 Pearson and Doncaster were 10 for 2. Opener Corey Deere held things together but after a burst of scoring number 4 Ounsley [23] was skittled by James Raper at 37 for 3. Then it was the Tyler McGladdery show with 10.1 overs bringing him 5 wickets for 32 as the Doncaster middle-order fell apart. Deere was lbw for 28 and at 82-9 the South Yorkshire-men looked out for a very low count. But a 10th wicket stand of 36 by Sheldon and Dobson held up the UAJCA victory charge.

A similar early loss of opener George Sutcliffe for a duck was blow to UAJCA as was the subsequent fall of McGladdery for just 10 at 10 for 2. A fifty-nine run stand between skipper Callum Lockett and Ben Whitfield settled any nerves until Ben was caught for 28. Seven runs later came the 'wobble' and 3 wickets fell on 86. Firstly Callum went for a solid 38 to be followed after 5 balls by Sam Nettleton. And when Jake Parkinson fell first ball they returned with a vengance. But there the collapse halted as Isaac Murray 23 and Kyran Clarke 8 saw off the attack with an unbeaten 33 stand to take the points.


UPPER AIREDALE u-17 FIXTURES 2014

 18th May UAJCA awarded Wetherby

Wetherby conceded

  8th June Halifax 170-6 UAJCA 169-8 Lost by 4 wkts
 22nd June UAJCA 132 all out Doncaster 188-9 Lost by 56 runs
 27th July Scarborough 238-7 UAJCA 167 all out Lost by 71 runs
     
at Pickering CC 27 July 2014

 The Scarborough Junior Cricket Association

W Donald ct Sam Nettleton Ben Howell 19
K Walmsley ct Callum Holmes Ben Howell 5
M Butler b Dan Scott 41
J Reed ct Sam Nettleton Isaac Murray 62
M Southwell ct Matt Wear Dan Scott 4
J Till b Ben Howell 29
R Kelly not out   26
J Hills ct Sam Nettleton Isaac Murray 9
K Bowes not out   11
R Milner dnb    
J Bowyer dnb    
    Ext [16b, 12lb, 3w, 1nb] 32
    Total 238-7

Dan Scott 14-2-62-2, Ben Howell 14-7-30-3, Isaac Murray 11-0-76-2, Matthew Wear 11-2-42-0

The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

Daniel Marshall ct J Reed K Bowes 7
Martin Walker ct M Butler K Walmsley 69
Isaac Murray ct J Reed R Milner 1
Dan Scott lbw W Donald 31
Jordan Powell b W Donald 11
Toby Priestley ct J Reed W Donald 11
Ben Howell b K Walmsley 13
Jake Greenbank ct M Butler K Walmsley 12
Sam Nettleton not out   0
Callum Holmes ct J Till K Walmsley 0
Matt Wear b   0
    Ext [4b, 5lb, 2w, 1nb] 12
    Total 167 all out

R Milner 7-2-14-1, K Bowes 7-1-22-1, K Walmsley 14.3-1-75-5, W Donald 14-1-47-3

 
at Skipton CC 22 June 2014

 The Doncaster Junior Cricket Association

Will Hollins ct Lewis Hopkinson Isaac Murray 0
Josh Budd b Dan Scott 0
George Thompson ct John Davidson Isaac Murray 6
Oliver Oundesley ct Callum Holmes Dan Scott 3
Tom Bradley ct Callum Holmes Matthew Wear 33
Jack Zuurbier b John Davidson 59
Ryan Pearson lbw Matthew Wear 2
Sulliman Ahmed ct Lewis Hopkinson Isaac Murray 32
Z Ahmed ct Callum Holmes Isaac Murray 0
A Abbass not out   24
J Colley not out   10
    Ext [5b, 3lb, 6w, 5nb] 19
    Total 188-9

Dan Scott 14-3-45-2, Isaac Murray 14-4-37-4, John Davidson 9-0-54-1, Matthew Wear 6-2-19-2, Ben Howell 5-1-15-0, Charlie Shimmin 2-0-10-0

The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

John Davidson b J Colley 48
Ben Howell b Oliver Oundesely 35
Isaac Murray ct Z Ahmed J Colley 15
Lewis Hopkinson ct Will Hollins Z Ahmed 0
Josh Ferguson ct Tom Bradley J Colley 6
Jake Greenbank b Z Ahmed 8
Toby Priestley ct Z Ahmed J Colley 0
Charlie Shimmin b J Colley 0
Dan Scott b J Colley 13
Callum Holmes b A Abbass 0
Matthew Wear not out   0
    Ext [5b, 1w, 1nb] 7
    Total 132 all out

Ryan Pearson 6-0-27-0, A Abbass 6.2-2-12-1, J Colley 14-5-28-6, Oliver Oundesley 5-0-35-1, Z Ahmed 7-1-25-2

at Sowerby Bridge CI CC 8 June 2014

 The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

Lewis Hopkinson b T Thorpe 0
Martin Walker b I Baldwin 9
Isaac Murray ct T Hosher I Baldwin 35
John Davidson ct G Hampshire T Thorpe 51
Toby Priestley ct H TAlbot T Hosher 6
Sam Nettleton ct E Harrison T Thorpe 5
Josh Ferguson b T Thorpe 38
Jack Keighley b T Thorpe 2
Dan Scott not out   13
Callum Holmes not out   2
Matthew Wear dnb    
    Ext [1b, 2lb, 5w] 8
    Total 169-8

T Thorpe 14-3-45-4, E Harrison 7-3-14-0, I Baldwin 9-2-40-2, J Lewis 4-2-5-0, T Hosher 10-2-32-1, H Talbot 4-0-20-1, J Finch 2-0-11-0

The Halifax Junior Cricket Association

T Thorpe run out   60
G Hampshire b Dan Scott 0
J Finch ct John Davidson Matty Wear 53
E Harrison b Dan Scott 25
S Murphy ct Lewis Hopkinson Dan Scott 0
M Smith b Isaac Murray 4
I Baldwin not out   4
H Talbot not out   7
A Firth not out   20
J Lewis dnb    
T Hosher dnb    
    Ext [7b, 2lb, 5w, 3nb] 17
    Total 170-6

Dan Scott 11-1-40-3, Isaac Murray 10-1-39-1, Matty Wear 7-0-40-1, John Davidson 5-0-23-0, Callum Holmes 3-0-19-0

 

 The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

Ben Howell ct C Nutall D Goor 14
Charlie Slater b B Jenkinson 4
Callum Lockett ct B Jenkinson R Clegg 126
Kyran Clarke lbw D Goor 1
Isaac Murray ct D Wilbor J Barnaghan 18
Jack Roberts st R Clegg 6
James Lee b B Jenkinson 12
Sam Nettleton b C Nutall 11
Jack Baker run out   16
Jake parkinson not out   2
Jack Keighley ct D Burnett D Goor 0
    Ext [16b, 10lb, 8w, 2nb] 36
    Total 246 all out

B Jenkinson 9-0-42-2, D Goor 7-0-34-3, J Wright 7-1-46-0, J Barrington 10-0-38-1, C Nuttall 9-0-29-1, R Clegg 8-0-29-1

The Leeds Junior Cricket Association

H Jeavons ct Jack baker James Lee 13
D Wilbor b Kyron Clarke 0
J Wright ct Isaac Murray Callum Lockett 23
D Richardson ct Jake Parkinson Jack Roberts 25
C Nuttall b James Lee 9
J Barrington ct Jack Baker Isaac Murray 30
R Clegg b James Lee 1
B Jenkinson ct & B Callum Lockett 1
A Firth not out   20
D Bennett b Callum Lockett 2
D Goor b James Lee 6
    Ext [8b, 1lb, 2w, 1nb] 12
    Total 142 all out

Callum Lockett 14-5-31-3, Kyran Clarke 5-0-20-1, Jack Roberts 7-1-20-1, James Lee 7.1-0-29-4, Isaac Murray 9-0-24-1

 The Heavy Woollen District

James Wolfenden ct Jack Roberts Kyran Clarke 0
Nick Kaye ct Ben Whitfield James Lee 125
Will Simpson ct Lewis Hopkinson Kyran Clarke 11
Matthew Waite ct George Sutcliffe James Lee 114
Joe Gott run out   11
Alex Leyshon ct Ben Howell James Lee 19
Joe Seddon b Callum Lockett 2
D Cross b James Lee 2
J Donnelly b James Lee 4
K Holliday ct Ben Whitfield Callum Lockett 5
J Rich not out   1
    Ext [14b, 3lb, 4w, 4nb] 25
    Total 319 all out

Callum Lockett 14-4-44-2, Kyran Clarke 8-0-55-2, James Lee 6.5-0-48-5, Jake Parkinson 3-0-36-0, Isaac Murray 6-0-43-0, James Raper 6-0-29-0, Ben Whitfield 2-0-13-0, Jack Roberts 4-0-34-0

The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

George Sutcliffe ct J Seddon J Donnelly 2
Ben Whitfield ct A Leyshon K Holliday 18
Callum Lockett ct J Seddon J Donnelly 18
Kyran Clarke ct J Wolfenden N Kaye 33
Isaac Murray b M Waite 33
James Lee b M Waite 19
James Raper b M Waite 2
Jake Parkinson b M Waite 0
Ben Howell ct J Seddon M Waite 1
Lewis Hopkinson not out   25
Jack Roberts ct M Waite J Donnelly 8
    Ext [10b, 2w, 1nb] 13
    Total 178 all out

J Donnelly 8-0-27-3, K Holliday 8-2-23-1, A Leyshon 2-0-26-0, J Richards 4-0-30-0, N Kaye 4-2-16-1, D Cross 6-0-19-0, M Waite 7-1-15-5, W Simpson 2-0-12-0

 The Pontefract Junior Cricket Association

I Longstaff b James Raper 18
A Rollin ct George Sutcliffe James Lee 3
D Moran b Isaac Murray 23
C Harvey ct Jack Baker Isaac Murray 26
J John ct Jack Baker Isaac Murray 0
Jake John b Isaac Murray 0
D Parson b Raees Ishtiaq 24
A Arnold b James Raper 3
M Bowering b Raees Ishtiaq 15
M Heritage b Raees Ishtiaq 2
M Green not out   3
    Ext [7b, 9w, 9nb] 25
    Total 142 all out

Raees Ishtiaq 13.3-3-36-3, Kyran Clarke 11-2-22-0, James Lee 7-2-22-1, James Raper 11-4-34-2, Isaac Murray 7-1-24-4

The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

George Sutcliffe ct D Moran C Harvey 0
Ben Howell b C Harvey 7
James Lee b C Harvey 6
Ben Whitfield b C Harvey 6
Isaac Murray ct C Harvey J John 8
Kyran Clarke lbw M Heritage 12
Jack Baker ct M Green M Heritage 3
Jake Parkinson b M Heritage 14
Sam Nettleton ct D Parson M Heritage 1
James Raper ct C Harvey I Longstaff 6
Raees Ishtiaq not out   5
    Ext [6b, 1lb] 7
    Total 75 all out

C Harvey 9-2-16-4, I Longstaff 8.4-2-15-1, M Heritage 8-3-11-4, J John 7-0-26-1

 

     

 The Doncaster Junior Cricket Association

Corey Deere lbw Tyler McGladdery 28
Charlie Allen b Kyran Clarke 0
Ryan Pearson ct Ben Whitfield Callum Lockett 5
Oliver Ounsley b James Raper 23
Josh Bell ct George Sutcliffe James Raper 9
Jonno Cowan lbw Tyler McGladdery 0
Mason Warren ct Kyran Clarke Tyler McGladdery 2
Bradley Heaps ct Jack Baker Tyler McGladdery 3
Ben Sheldon not out   16
Ben Randall b Callum Lockett 2
Chris Dobson b Tyler McGladdery 19
    Ext [3b, 2w, 6nb] 11
    Total 118 all out

Callum Lockett 11-6-29-2, Kyran Clarke 11-4-22-1, James Raper 10-4-20-2, Tyler McGladdery 10.1-0-32-5, George Sutcliffe 1-0-12-0

The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

George Sutcliffe b Chris Dobson 0
Tyler McGladdery ct Corey Deere Jonno Cowan 10
Callum Lockett ct Chris Dobson Josh Bell 38
Ben Whitfield ct Jonno Cowan Josh Bell 28
Sam Nettleton b Ben Randall 0
Isaac Murray not out   18
Jake Parkinson b Ben Randall 0
Kyran Clarke not out   8
Ben Howell dnb    
Jack Baker dnb    
James Raper dnb    
    Ext [8b, 2lb,  2nb] 12
    Total 119-6

Chris Dobson 9-2-26-1, Jonno Cowan 8.2-1-36-1, Bradley Heaps 5-1-28-0, Ben Randall 9-4-13-2, Josh Bell 4-2-6-2

Match abandoned

Due to the incessant rain, the 4th under-17 match in the Joe Lumb Competition vs Halifax at Barkisland is ABANDONED


Match abandoned

Due to the incessant rain, the 3rd under-17 match in the Joe Lumb Competition vs Barnsley at Skipton is ABANDONED


Much improved

UAJCA Joe Lumb team acquitted themselves well but lost their match against Aire-Wharfe at Silsden by 20 runs. The opposition made 255 for 9 wickets with their innings built around opener Ben Morley who made a classy 102 before Ben Addison [Oxenhope] had him stumped. He had shared an 87-run 3rd wicket partnership with George Gill. There was a brace of wickets for Izaak Beck [Skipton] and Kyran Clarke [U Wharfedale] whilst Callum Lockett [U Wharfedale] picked up three.

The early loss of Isaac Murray [Denholme] for 1 was overcome by a magnificent 112-run stand from Andy Wear [Denholme] and Callum Lockett. Each made 54 but there were more runs from Izaak Beck and Ben Whitfield [Wilsden] with 35 and 36 respectively. At 200-4 UAJCA were well placed to take the win but 4 more wickets arrested our progress at 203-8. 3 of the wickets fell to opener Damon Reeve who had combined with centurion Morley's 4-69 to wrest the initiative for Aire-Wharfe JCA. Number 8 Chris Wademan [Glusburn] proved a thorn in the Aire-Wharfe side but he finished on 20 not out with last man Callum Gerrard [Denholme] on 2 not out.

It had been a see-saw match which could have been won. Team Manager Simon Bailey will now have the thinking-cap on as he has now seen most of his squad. The next match is at Skipton CC on 8th July against Barnsley JCA.


Heavy defeat first match

UAJCA under-17 team were second best at Studley Royal CC against the Nidderdale JCA on Sunday 27th May. The opposition batsmen progressed to 199 all out despite a competent dispaly by the UAJCA bowlers. Callum Lockett of Upper Wharfedale claimed 3 for 38 in his 11 overs and fellow opening bowler Chris Wademan 2 for 47. In reply UAJCA had only Chris Wademan in good form with 30 no and our innings subsided to 101 all out after a middle-order collapse engineered by Nidderdale's Cameron Pitt who took 4 for 4 in 7 excellent overs.

The next match is on Sunday 10th June at Silsden CC versus the Aire-Wharfe JCA. The team will be announced shortly.


UPPER AIREDALE u-17 FIXTURES 2012
27th May UAJCA 101 all out Nidderdale 199-8 lost by 98 runs
10th June UAJCA 235-9 Aire-Wharfe 255-9 lost by 20 runs
 8th July UAJCA Barnsley at Skipton CC
29th July UAJCA Halifax at Barkisland CC
 5th Aug   semi-finals at TBC
26th Aug     Joe Lumb Final
 2nd Sep     Jack Lee Final

 The Aire-Wharfe Junior Cricket Association

Ben Morley ct Callum Gerrard Ben Addison 102
Callum Goldthorpe run out   18
Tom Stordy st Callum Gerrard Andy Wear 12
George Gill ct Callum Lockett Kyran Clarke 29
Damon Reeve ct Chris Wademan Kyran Clarke 1
Kyle Smith lbw Callum Lockett 11
George Myers ct Callum Gerrard Callum Lockett 26
Tom Lester ct Andy Wear Izaak Beck 24
Harry Nicholson ct Isaac Murray Izaak Beck 5
James Doidge not out   4
Alex Myers not out   1
    Ext [9b, 4lb, 8w, 1nb] 22
    Total 255-9

Callum Lockett 10-0-48-3, Chris Wademan 1-0-10-0, Izaak Beck 13-1-58-2, Andy Wear 10-4-38-1, Jack Roberts 7-0-35-0, Ben Addison 5-0-31-1, Kyran Clarke 4-1-22-2

The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

Andy Wear ct Harry Nicholson Ben Morley 54
Isaac Murray ct Ben Morley Kyle Smith 1
Callum Lockett ct Damon Reeve Kyle Smith 54
Izaak Beck st Harry Nicholson Ben Morley 35
Ben Whitfield st Harry Nicholson Ben Morley 36
Kyran Clarke b Damon Reeve 2
Jack Roberts lbw Damon Reeve 0
Chris Wademan not out   20
Carl Tetley ct George Gill Ben Morley 0
Ben Addison b Damon Reeve 9
Callum Gerrard not out   2
    Ext [4b, 13lb, 3w, 2nb] 22
    Total 235-9

Damon Reeve 14-4-56-3, Kyle Smith 10-2-28-2, Alex Myers 5-0-25-0, George Myers 3-0-16-0, James Doidge 2-0-15-0, George Gill 3-0-9-0, Ben Morley 13-0-69-4

 The Nidderdale Junior Cricket Association

Elliot Oates ct Carl Tetley Chris Wademan 9
Rob Taylor b Ben Addison 29
Cameron Pitt b Callum Lockett 9
Tom Beasley ct Chris Wademan Jack Roberts 52
Steve Townsend ct Ben Whitfield Andy Wear 2
Josh Crew ct Jack Davison Chris Wademan 44
Harry Lamb lbw Callum Lockett 8
Alex Gates ct Jack Roberts Callum Lockett 7
Ben Kettlewell not out   10
Ashley Griffin not out   3
Joe Furniss did not bat    
    Ext 26
    Total 199-8

Callum Lockett 11-2-38-3, Chris Wademan 12-2-47-2, Lewis Wrathall 4-0-21-0, Ben Addison 7-1-21-1, Kyran Clarke 3-0-18-0, Jack Roberts 7-0-25-1, Andy Wear 6-0-17-1

The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

Andy Wear ct Cameron Pitt Harry Lamb 10
Isaac Murray st Tom Beasley Ashley Griffin 11
Callum Lockett lbw Ashley Griffin 1
Lewis Wrathall st Tom Beasley Cameron Pitt 13
Ben Whitfield b Cameron Pitt 0
Jack Davison b Cameron Pitt 1
Kyran Clarke lbw Harry Lamb 0
Jack Roberts b Cameron Pitt 2
Chris Wademan not out   30
Carl Tetley ct & b Joe Furniss 5
Ben Addison b Ashley Griffin 14
    Ext 14
    Total 101 all out

AShley Griffin 8.2-3-18-3, Alex Gates 5-1-15-0, Harry Lamb 6-1-15-2, Cameron Pitt 7-4-4-4, Ben Kettlewell 7-1-15-0, Joe Furniss 4-0-18-1, Steve Townsend 1-0-8-0

 

UPPER AIREDALE u-17 FIXTURES 2011
22nd May

UAJCA

155 all out Pontefract 252-5 lost by 97 runs
 5th June A UAJCA 279-6 East Yorkshire 227-9 won by 52 runs
12th June H UAJCA rain Nidderdale rain at Bolton Abbey CC
26th June H UAJCA 248-7 Leeds 187 all out won by 61 runs
24th July A UAJCA 104 all out Huddersfield 105-8 lost by 2 wkts

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Leeds not good enough to beat UAJCA

Silsden was the venue for UAJCA to take on the might of Leeds JCA and the result was another resounding win for our boys.

Ryan Sumner (Bradley) back in the side, teamed up with Andrew Wear as openers and as they say "didn't they do well". Andrew, our Association's leading player, takes that pressure well and with Ryan also in fine form they forged a telling partnership. Ryan was caught on 37 and was replaced by Oxenhope's Tom Marshall. And Tom continued where his predecessor had left off to keep our score ticking well above 4 per over. Leeds used six bowlers to try and break the burgeoning partnership which had taken the score-line well beyond 150. It was the seventh bowler D Coates who teased out both batsmen. But not before Andy (pictured) had made a magnificent 108 to add to his 71 against East Yorkshire. Tom too was terrific, making 48 on his first outing this year for the side.

The remaining batsmen pushed hard to build the score yet further and naturally wickets were sacrificed. Our total reached 248-7 at the 50 over conclusion.

Part one complete it was over to the bowlers and Josh Fleetwood gave us an excellent start with the early wicket of L Rudd for just 1, caught by Matty Lee (Oakworth). Partner Alex Wilson received some punishment from D Wilbur and N Firn who began to recover the innings. The introduction of leg-spin from Jack Davidon (Oakworth) did the trick with Firn lbw for 35. No 4 B Firn was also a spin victim for 7 but this time from the irrepressible Andrew Wear. Soon afterwards 15 year-old left-armer Jack Roberts (Glusburn) made his mark getting the ball through to keeper Sumner and the opener was gone for 53. He later took out Quirke for 10 with his stumps rattled. A run out for L Brown signalled the inevitable and the reply began to fade away

Chris Wademan returned and he clean bowled two of the Leeds lower order whilst Andrew took out a dangerous looking Doherty for 21 and the last wicket Ogden again courtesy of Ryan's timber guarding.

After 45.3 overs the Leeds innings was over with 187 on the board, 61 in arrears of our first knock. The dust settled on our second terrific win with Andrew having 3-25, young Jack 2-20 and Wademan 2-37.

Its the first time in years that our Area has won two matches at Joe Lumb level and with one more match against Huddersfield we may yet reach a Final. Whether our first match loss to Pontefract will be regretted remains to be seen. And in only our first season as a united Association!!

 The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

Jack Beetham ct & b A Walker 2
Andrew Wear lbw D Rushworth 0
Jonny Wilkinson lbw I Walker 33
Luke Fleetwood b A Walker 0
Josh Fleetwood b J White 19
Lewis Wrathall ct D Rushworth J White 1
Chris Wademan b D Rushworth 11
Alex Whitehead b I Walker 0
Jack Roberts b I Walker 9
Jack Davison ct M Berry A Walker 12
Joe Stead not out   3
    Ext 19
    Total 104 all out
A Walker 7.4-5-3-3, D Rushworth 10-4-15-2, A Finn 4-0-22-0, J Wallis 5-1-16-0, I Walker 9-2-21-3, J White 5-0-17-2

The Huddersfield Junior Cricket Association

M Askam b Joe Stead 5
M Berry lbw Josh Fleetwood 1
M Burgess b Joe Stead 5
J Hoyle ct Jonny Wilkinson Chris Wademan 26
A Wahid b Joe Stead 0
J Greaves lbw Chris Wademan 3
A Walker ct Jack Roberts Joe Stead 32
D Rushworth lbw Andrew Wear 7
A Finn not out   10
J Wallis not out   2
I Walker dnb    
    Ext 14
    Total 105-8
Joe Stead 10.5-2-31-4, Josh Fleetwood 7-3-16-1, Jack Davison 5-1-18-0, Chris Wademan 1-0-23-2, Andrew Wear 6-1-16-1

 The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

Andrew Wear ct N Firn D Coates 108
Ryan Sumner ct N Firn L Brown 37
Tom Marshall b D Coates 48
Lewis Wrathall ct J Watson B Quirke 11
Josh Fleetwood b N Firn 11
Chris Wademan b B Quirke 1
Alex Wilson b S Doherty 8
Matty Lee not out   9
Jack Roberts ct & B S Doherty 0
Jack Davison not out 1
Joe Hoyle dnb    
    Ext 15
    Total 248-7
N Firn 10-0-31-1, H Coates 8-3-32-0, S Doherty 7-0-42-2, L Brown 9-0-54-1, A Ogden 7-0-25-0, B Quirke 7-1-27-2, D Coates 2-0-19-2

The Leeds Junior Cricket Association

L Rudd ct Matty Lee Josh Fleetwood 1
D Wilbur st Ryan Sumner Jack Roberts 53
N Firn lbw Jack Davison 35
B Firn lbw Andrew Wear 7
B Quirke b Jack Roberts 10
S Doherty ct Alex Wilson Andrew Wear 21
L Brown run out   4
D Coates b Chris Wademan 17
H Coates b Chris Wademan 10
A Ogden ct Ryan Sumner Andrew Wear 3
J Watson not out   1
    Ext 28
    Total 187 all out
Alex Wilson 5-0-28-0, Josh Fleetwood 7-1-24-1, Chris Wademan 9.3-2-37-2, Jack Davison 7-1-37-1, Andrew Wear 11-2-25-3, Jack Roberts 6-2-20-2
UAJCA boys take first Joe Lumb win

The long journey to Beverley was switched to an even longer one to Hull CC. It was again made without Amjid Hussain who was a late withdrawal and he was replaced by emerging u-15 Ben Whitfield of Wilsden. UAJCA batted first with Andy Wear (Denholme) forging a new partnership with Keighley's Jack Beetham. Jack was the East Yorkshire first victim for a solid 22 whilst Andrew enjoyed the opening role to the full when joined by his skipper Jonny Wilkinson. They made hay. Both passed the fifty mark with Andy unlucky to be adjudged lbw for a stirring 71. Josh Fleetwood went soon for 10 but Pontefract hero Lewis Wrathall again showed his power adding 39 to the tally, whilst Jonny was winkled out for 69.

Scoring was way over 5 per over in the sun and a late 30 not out from Chris Wademan pushed UAJCA on to a challenging 279-6, a far cry from the disappointing last match 155.

As with UAJCA the East Yorkshire innings opened brightly with openers Butterworth and Beales each making fifties. Both our opening quickies Joe Stead and Alex Wilson did well though wicketless, conceding just 33 runs in 12overs. The planned double-leggie attack was introduced and Andy Wear parted the openers with c & b and with Jonny Wilkinson in scintillating form behind the stumps the wickets began to tumble. Andy claimed 3 from his 15 overs whilst Oakworth's Jack Davison also had 3 from his 13. Jonny picked up 3 stumpings and Lewis Wrathall had a couple of good catches. The East Yorkshire innings had a mini-revival but Jack Davison nipped that in the bud after Andrew Wear had scuppered the top order. They ended at 227-9, 52 adrift.

It proved a fine team performance with everyone contributing and significantly six wickets falling to our two contrasting spinners.

The next match is our first at Home next Sunday at picturesque Bolton Abbey against Nidderdale JCA.

 The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

Jack Beetham ct L Hills D Barkworth 22
Andrew Wear lbw D Barkworth 71
Jonny Wilkinson ct D Barkworth C Laund 69
Josh Fleetwood b C Laund 10
Lewis Wrathall b C Laund 39
Alex Wilson b M Fitzpatrick 11
Chris Wademan not out   30
Jack Davison not out   3
Joe Stead dnb    
Ben Whitfield dnb  
Jack Roberts dnb    
    Ext 22
    Total 279-6
A Nottingham 7-0-27-0, M Lazenby 6-0-34-0, L Hills 8-0-39-0, D Barkworth 10-1-38-2, D Cooper 4-1-18-0, D Moran 2-0-27-0, M Fitzpatrick 7-0-44-1, C Laund 6-0-40-3

The East Yorkshire Junior Cricket Association

J Butterworth st Jonny Wilkisnon Josh Fleetwood 59
S Beales ct & B Andrew Wear 50
D Cooper ct Lewis Wrathall Josh Fleetwood 13
A Nottingham st Jonny Wilkinson Andrew Wear 1
C Laund ct Jack Roberts Andrew Wear 11
L Cattle st Jonny Wilkinson Jack Davison 33
D Barkworth ct Jack Beetham Chris Wademan 25
M Fitzpatrick ct Lewis Wrathall Jack Davison 0
L Hills ct Alex Wilson Jack Davison 10
M Lazenby not out   2
D Moran not out   0
    Ext 24
    Total 227-9
Joe Stead 7-2-17-0, Alex Wilson 5-1-16-0, Andrew Wear 15-2-48-3, Jack Davison 13-0-67-3, Josh Fleetwood 7-0-39-2, Chris Wademan 3-0-21-1

First match defeat

The selected UAJCA Joe Lumb team was hit by a number of late withdrawals due to injury, examinations and senior Cup matches. Replacements Ryan Sumner (Bradley), Matthew Lee (Oakworth) and Alex Wilson (Bradley) came into the team.

Pontefract proved too strong for Upper Airedale despite a magnificent innings from Lewis Wrathall of Oakworth. The match at Glasshoughton CC produced a 97-run win for the Home JCA. Pontefract made 252-5 with Upper Airedale replying with 155.

Solid Pontefract batting kept UAJCA under pressure all through their innings which featured half-centuries for L Hopton and T Wragg. The introduction of third change Jack Beetham (Bradley) broke the opening partnership and Oakworth's Jack Davison winkled out 2 more as the Pontefract score headed north of 200. The 252-5 score-line was soon out of reach as the UAJCA top order of Beetham, Ryan Sumner (Bradley), skipper Jonny Wilkinson (Keighley), Chris Wademan (Glusburn) and Matty Lee (Oakworth) soon fell principally to J Wells who finished the match with 4 for 33. It was left to no 6 Lewis Wrathall (Oakworth) to post a competitive response and his 76 not out, was well crafted with help from Chris Mitchell (Wilsden) and 15 year-old Jack Roberts (Glusburn). Our final tally was 155, a disappointing first experience for UAJCA.


 The Pontefract Junior Cricket Association

J Abdy lbw Jack Beetham 40
L Rollin ct Jonny Wilkinson Jack Beetham 25
C Kaye b Jack Davison 36
L Hopton ct Matty Lee Alex Wilson 68
J Wells b Jack Davison 10
T Wragg not out   56
C Harvey not out   1
S Mowden dnb    
M Harrison dnb    
Jermaine dnb  
       
    Ext 16
    Total 252-5
J Stead 13-5-57-0, A Wilson 9-3-30-1, C Wademan 7-1-43-0, J Roberts 2-0-19-0, J Beetham 7-1-36-2, J Davison 9-1-37-2, C Mitchell 3-0-18-0

The Upper Airedale Junior Cricket Association

Jack Beetham ct & B J Wells 2
Ryan Sumner ct Jermaine J Wells 1
Jonny Wilkinson ct S Mowden J Wells 5
Chris Wademan b S Mowden 11
Matty Lee ct J Wells C Kaye 1
Lewis Wrathall not out   76
Jack Davison ct Jermaine L Rollin 3
Chris Mitchell ct M Harrison S Mowden 11
Alex Wilson ct L Rollin C Harvey 0
Jack Roberts b C Kaye 14
Joe Stead b J Wells 0
    Ext 10
    Total 155 all out
T Wragg 4.4-0-10-0, J Wells 8-1-33-4, C Kaye 12-0-7-2, L Rollin 5-0-27-1, S Mowden 7-2-27-2, C Harvey 6-2-15-1, M Harrison 2-0-21-0

New Joe Lumb squad kit revealed

Upper Airedale clothing sponsor Dobson & Robinson have revealed the new kit for our representative teams in 2011. The shirts (pictured) will be supplied by Gunn & Moore.

 

All teams will receive sweaters, caps (also pictured) and shirts, badged with UAJCA logo, on confirmation of selection for the final squads of 15 after the trials.