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REVIEW of 15TH JUNE

AGSFPs put a young Mannofield side to the sword at Harlaw scoring 316 from their 45 overs with Karan Anand top scoring with 106 not out.  Mannofield captain Indy Yahathugoda scored 64 in reply before off spinner Callum Herd picked up up 4 for 27 to complete a 186 run victory.  Bon Accord and Knight Riders were involved in a low scoring thriller at the Links where Akhlaq Bashir and Fazal Awan combined to take 7 Knightriders wickets in bowling them out for 64. Knight Riders didn't make life easy for them in the chase, and managed to capture 7 Bon Accord wickets, but Awan capped a fine all round game top scoring with 30 for the Bons.  
It was another good day for the bowlers at Allan Park in the match between Cults and Crescent. Vineet Khanna and Veera Mani both picked up 3 wickets apiece as Cults were bowled out for 87, then Sohaib Tahseen was the hero with the bat top making 30 as Crescent reached the total losing 6 wickets in the process. Stoneywood-Dyce defeated Gordonians by 5 wickets at Countesswells.  Ryan Williams picked up a 4 wickets as Gordos were bowled out for 75, then scone connoisseur Mike Louw scored 34 to rescue Stoneywood-Dyce from a perilous opening at 29 for 5 to chase down the total without further loss. 
It was the George Hadden and Jordan Thom show for Inverurie at Ellon as the pair scored 33 and 36 respectively to help Inverurie to 121 for 7 from their allotted overs, then combining to take 9 of the Ellon wickets to fall as they were bowled out for 60.

In Grade 2 Siyapa kept up their 100% unbeaten record for the season defeating 2nd Knightriders by 60 runs.  Muhammad Shahid picked up his 3rd 5 for of the season taking an impressive 5 for 2 on this occasion. Grampian had a convincing 8 wicket victory over 2nd AGSFPs chasing down 158 with Jeby George playing a captains innings leading his side home with 83 not out. Chetan Aggarwal top scored with 45 for Super Kings in their innings of 134 all out against Banchory who were then bowled out for 90 with Rizwan Mohammed taking 5 for 13.  Stonehaven climbed above Methlick into 2nd spot in Grade 2 with their win over them at Mineralwell Park. Stonehaven batted first and scored 136 all out which was largely off the back of Lee Fenton's 67. Tim Duffy picked up 3 for 9 but in reply Methlick were shot out for 58 with only Rob Fryer making double figures as Nigel King and Bryan Snelling both took 4 wickets each.

In Grade 3 Crathie edged past Portcullis in a thriller. Crathie's 134 was largely indebted to an innings of 68 from Peter Cunningham and in reply Portcullis were all out for 117 with Crathie's Justin Thomas the star with the ball picking up 4 for 33.  Ross McKenzie top scored for Portcullis with 37.
In the Reid Cup unfortunately 2nd Methlick had to scratch to 2nd Grampian but there was play between Dunecht and 2nd Gordonians.  Dunecht scored 106 for 5 with 28 from Craig George and 26 from Mansoor Syed.  2nd Gordonians mustered a valiant 80 for 9 with young Adi Hegde top scoring for the Countesswells based side.

In the SPCU NE Championship, ASI Gordonians retained their alphabetical place at the top of the table with a 158 run demolition of Kinloch. An unbeaten 106 from Aman Arora, and a slightly brisker 85 from Himanshu Saraswat, gave them a total of 276 for 4 before Jay Bhalani took 3 early wickets to kill off any run chase.
Grant Jamieson made 51 as Meigle bowled out Mannofield for 109, a total that Meigle knocked off in the 26th over. With Falkland losing to Dundee High, Meigle and ASI Gordonians remain the only teams with a 100% record in the SPCU.

The big local derby in the Eastern Premier League was to be found at Peoples Park where the visitors took the spoils. Stoneywood-Dyce were all out for a below par 131 with Lewis Munro taking 3 for 10. The Aberdeenshire reply almost fell apart as spinner Liam Lindsay took 3 for 9 until Findlay Anderson elevated himself to all rounder status, his unbeaten 17 snatching victory from the jaws of defeat with 6 balls to spare.  
chris  Jun 16 2019 - 10:49pm   
 
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