TON-UP ROG

REPRESENTATIVE HIGHLIGHT FOR OLLIE ROGERSON

Thirteen-year-old Ollie Rogerson continued his impressive season with a representative century. His 107 not out came playing for the U-13 Staffordhire Development side against Shropshire. Ollie is only the third Endon junior to ever have scored a representative century joining George Sellers and Will Weston. There is, of course, plenty of time for Ollie to repeat the achievement with four more seasons of county and district cricket in front of him.

JOSH ON TOP

96* vs Stone

Josh Reynolds scored a magnificent 96 not out for the Seconds on Saturday tragically running out of overs before hitting his first career century. Chasing Stone's 185, Josh dominated the batting alongside captain, Andy Hopwood, in a ninety run partnership. The performance added to Josh's further dominance with the ball that gave him another four wickets toward his season's tally. Are we looking at a genuine all rounder for the future? Let's hope so.

The Seconds continued their strong run in towards the end of the season but can only realistically be looking at a third place finish - quite an achievement for Andy Hopwood, considering the continuous demands the First team have made on his squad. More important than promotion, however, has been the development of highly promising junior players in the Second team ranks including, of course, Josh himself.

His four wickets take Josh over the fifty wicket mark for the season. Forty of these wickets have been taken leading the Second Team's bowling attack.

ANOTHER RECORD FOR THE FIRSTS

Endon's Division Three dominance continued at Underwood Road with an annihilation of Silverdale, bowling the home side out for record-breaking 36 runs. This was a victory that the new divisional champions would have preferred not to have. The Silverdale second side could only muster a skeletal side representing a worrying situation for one of the league's stalwart clubs. We wish Silverdale all the best in getting things back on track and fulfilling an important role in such a traditionally strong cricketing area.

Captain, Marlon Martin, took most of the bowling spoils with four wickets bringing his season's total to 45 with one match remaining. Endon's bowling strength has been a feature ot the championship campaign with four of the team's bowlers notching up over 170 wickets between them.

 

 

     

 

SATURDAY, 22nd Sept

Firsts vs Crewe

Seconds at Leigh

 

 

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