Category Archives: Friendly Matches

Wellington Sunday XI 289-8 Wombats Sunday XI 190-8

Wellington Sunday XI had the chance to take first use of a great batting pitch at Bishops Lydeard last weekend and made a fine total in their 40 overs as the sun shone in this non-league fixture with Wombats CC. On winning the toss Wellington elected to bat first and saw Luke Desave and Oli Beale get away to a 38 run opening stand. From this point Desave was joined by his skipper Macaulay Campbell and they added 103 for

Wellington Midweek XI 149-5 Ashbrittle Midweek XI 141-9

Wellington Midweek XI took the short trip to Ashbrittle last Thursday evening for this social T20 game and it was a close matter as the Red and Blacks closed out a nine run win in their favour. Jack Beal took charge of the game for Wellington and after a wicket had been lost with the score on four Nathan Roberts and Arron Campbell crafted a good second wicket stand of 82 as Campbell made it to a good fifty and

Stogumber Sunday XI 162-9 Wellington Sunday XI 163-3

Wellington Sunday XI got their 2019 season underway with this friendly match with West Somerset League Division One Stogumber at their pleasant facility last weekend and it was an away win that was recorded. A thirty over per side was played due to rain delaying the start and it was the home side who won the toss and decided to bat first. Rawle and James got going well as they added 72 first wicket runs, but credit to skipper Macaulay

Wellington Midweek XI 132-6 Somerset Stragglers 136-5

Wellington Midweek XI’s opening game of 2019 was a social evening game against Somerset Stragglers CC at Trull CC last Wednesday evening and the Red and Blacks came back with a five wicket loss with just seven balls left in what was an 18 overs per side game. Oli Beale won the toss and elected to bat and this saw Ben Evett strike 18 to take Wellington forward, but at 29-3 some consolidation was needed and it came from a

Sidmouth 2nd XI 169 Wellington 164-8

Wellington completed their pre-season matches for 2019 with a trip to the seaside to take on Sidmouth 2nd XI last Sunday and came away with a narrow five run loss after a spirited effort to chase down 170 to win just came up short. Taking on a side who plays its league cricket in the middle echelons of the Devon League it was they who won the toss and opted to bat first and Wellington reduced them to 25-5 as

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