European T10 Cricket Championship

Guernsey v Jersey

on 29th September 2023 at Cartama Oval, Malaga

Toss won by Jersey who elected to bowl
Umpires Asad Ali (ITA), Nirmal Singh (ITA) and Shubh Navjot Anand (HUN )
Referee Robert Kemming (NED)

Guernsey innings  RunsBalls4s6sS/R Jersey BowlingOvMdnRunsWNBWDE/R
Zak Damarell +b Britton131320100Charles Perchard20191019.5
Ben Fitchetc Pullmanb Perchard17912188.88Julius Sumerauer203201216
Tom Nightingalec Z Tribeb Pullman191411135.71Toby Britton20131006.5
Matt Stokes *c Z Tribeb A Tribe451080Asa Tribe20111015.5
Josh Butlerc Gougeb Pullman211312161.53Theo Pullman1092009
Ollie Nightingalec Pullmanb Perchard6510120William Perchard101111211
Alex Bushellnot out230066.66
Charlie Birchdnb
Adam Marteldnb
David Hooperdnb
Luke Bicharddnb
Extras(B1, LB0, WD11, NB2)14
Total(for 6 wickets)96
Fall of Wickets37-1 (B. Fitchet, 3 Overs) 39-2 (Z. Damarell, 3.4 Overs) 46-3 (M. Stokes, 4.5 Overs) 84-4 (T. Nightingale, 8.4 Overs) 85-5 (J. Butler, 9 Overs) 96-6 (O. Nightingale, 10 Overs)

Jersey innings  RunsBalls4s6sS/R Guernsey BowlingOvMdnRunsWktNBWDE/R
Charlie Brennannot out411844227.77Luke Bichard202501212.5
Asa Tribec O Nightingaleb Hooper23613383.33Matt Stokes101800018
Zak Tribenot out31605516.66David Hooper102610126
Josh LawrensondnbTom Nightingale0.403201148
Patrick Gougednb
Julius Sumerauerdnb
Jack Kemp +dnb
Charles Perchard *dnb
William Percharddnb
Theo Pullmandnb
Toby Brittondnb
Extras:(B0, LB0, WD4, NB2)6
Total(for 1 wkt at 21.6 runs/ov)101
Fall of Wickets62-1 (A. Tribe, 3.4 Overs)

European Cricket Championship: Jersey thrash Guernsey by nine wickets
Jersey thrashed old rivals Guernsey by nine wickets in their European Cricket Championship group game in Spain.

Jersey’s bowlers did well to restrict their rivals to 96-6 off their 10 overs as Theo Pullman took 2-9, with Josh Butler top-scoring with 21.

In reply Jersey wasted little time as they reached their target in just 4.4 overs at the Cartama Oval. Charlie Brennan hit 41 not out off 18 balls while Asa Tribe made 23 off six balls, including three sixes. He was caught by Ollie Nightingale off David Hooper’s bowling after 3.4 overs and replaced by his older brother Zak, who smashed 31 off six balls – including five sixes.

The win puts Jersey top of the five-team group and in pole position to end the day at the head of the pool, going into their final game against Croatia.

Guernsey can wrap up second place in the group if they beat Belgium in their final group game.

The top four sides will play off on Saturday, with the winners progressing to the final round next month.