National Cadet League
Scarborough A are currently joint top of the National Cadet League, Northern Region played at Ormesby, Middlesbrough. Scarborough B are in 9th place out of twelve teams.
Written by Martin Lowe
Whitby Endeavour rested Graham Cripps and brought in Vic WIlson with no discernible effect on their results. Specsavers sped to a 10-0 win that sees them consolidate second place in the table.
Specsavers registered a 9-1 win against struggling Scalby Old Boys. Glenn Hodgson and Mark Marshall continued their excellent form with three wins each. Piotr Ozon picked up two wins but couldn’t prevent Matthew Whilde from picking up a consolation point.
The Eastfield derby was one way traffic: a hefty 9-1 win for Fusion over Tigers. Jaik Herrington and Richard Seastron were worthy winners of their singles matches. Callum Seastron won a brace, failing to prevent Suzanne Zegstroo from registering the Tigers’ solitary point.
Picadore B gained a fine win over Liberators Southside, with Nigel Chandley and Stephen Atkinson both starring for Picadore with well-earned trebles. Liberators pushed them all the way though with some close matches, including Atkinson’s five-game defeat of Derek Harris.
Hobnobs A’s unpromising start continued with a 9-1 loss as host of Hackness. James Hodgson and Peter Lee both helped themselves to trebles. Pat Swindell saved face for Hobnobs: the former Ryedale star got the better of Derek Elliott for a single Hobnobs point.
Scarborough 1 Star report
Finally huge congratulations to Scarborough umpire Lester Smith who was presented with his International Umpires badge on the day.
Author/ Published by Martin Lowe