Glasgow Accies U11 v Prestwick U11 (20/06/08) scorecard
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Glasgow Accies U11 v Prestwick U11
West District U11 League: 20 overs-a-side
Glasgow Accies U11 -4-11 (0 pts) lost to Prestwick U11 113-2 (2 pts) by 117 runs
Match played at New Anniesland, Glasgow.
Friday 20th June 2008, 18:00
Umpires: G Watson and CAC Dawson
Scorer: CAC Dawson
Toss won by Prestwick U11, who elected to field.
Glasgow Accies U11
|M Forbes||not out||3|
|S Agwan||b||J Pattigrew||-3|
|O McBurnie||b||G Cairns||-15|
|W Prentice||not out||2|
|C Russell (*)||c||b||A Baillie||-2|
|R Russell||not out||0|
|M Cox||b||J Parker||-5|
|R McCallum||b||T Nairn||-10|
|S McCallum (+)||c||b||J Hume||-7|
|D Sleigh||b||J Miller||-4|
|Extras||(1b, 0lb, 2nb, 34w, 0pr)||37|
|Total||(for 11 wkts, 20.0 overs)||-4|
|G Cairns||not out||10||1|
|A Baillie||not out||13||1|
|J Hume||not out||1|
|J Miller||not out||2|
|T Nairn||not out||13||2|
|J Parker||not out||5|
|J Pattigrew (*)||b||M Forbes||5||1|
|C Miller (+)||run out||3||1|
|Extras||(4b, 0lb, 4nb, 53w, 0pr)||61|
|Total||(for 2 wkts, 20.0 overs)||113|
- Debut: Mackenzie Cox
- Debut: William Prentice
- Highest Score: William Prentice (2*)
Match reports are the views of the author, and not necessarily those of the club.
Did you listen to the All Blacks versus England matches? This was something similar in that the lads were well beaten by a much superior team in all departments but yet there is talent that can be worked on.
The main differences between the teams were that Accies' top score was 3 whilst 4 Prestwick batsmen scored double figures; 11 Accies wickets fell whilst Prestwick only lost 2 and Accies gave away 53 runs in wides whilst Prestwick only conceded 34 [remember that wides count 2 at this age group].
Cameron Russell now has an average for the first time this season. Forbes, C Russell and debutant Mackenzie Cox showed most promise with the ball but the Prestwick batsmen played sensibly with a straight bat denying any major wicket taking opportunities.
In the second half of the season the lads have to learn to use a straight bat, bowl straight at the stumps and to be more alert in the field. I'm sure they will rise to the challenge.