The weekend rounded-up – 17th June

A couple of poor batting performances in the 1st and 2nd XIs, a thriller in the 3s and an important win for the 4th XI were some of the key points from this weekend's action.

The 1st XI were beaten by nine wickets against Malden Wanderers at Burbage Road – Dulwich's 120 all out was never enough on a decent deck. Full report here. In the reverse fixture at Malden, first vs second place in Division 1 clashed – the hosts winning by 63 runs to take top spot from Dulwich. Malden were dismissed for 124, but an awful batting display saw the 2nd XI removed for just 61 in reply. Full report here.

Game of the day was at the day was at Sunbury, where the 3rd XI were held to an equal scores losing draw. GBH Crawford-Khan made an impressive 107 in Dulwich's total of 254-8 declared. Ian Toppin took 4-49 on his return from university, but Sunbury were able to post 254-8 as well, in four fewer overs, to take the best of the draw.

The 4th XI registered a good win over their Sunbury counterparts to re-ignite their title bid. Ben Lester was the star of the show with the ball, taking 6-29 in 13 overs. Cian Scannell (69) was the mainstay of Dulwich's successful chase of 210 with three wickets remaining. Full report here.

Elsewhere, the 5th XI lost out to Old Elthamians. Simon Peters took 5-55 with the ball, but they fell 23 runs short of their target of 225 in their alloted 40 overs. Full report here. And the 6th XI were beaten by OD Cuaco by four wickets, having been bowled out for 109. Full report here.

On Sunday the Development XI cruised to an eight wicket victory, chasing 52 for victory over Ottershaw & Hamm Moor.

A full round-up of results is available here, with scorecards and tables on play-cricket.

The weekend rounded-up – 10th June

Dulwich's lower sides lead the charge for points on Saturday, with the 1st, 2nd and 3rd XIs all unable to register victory.

The 1st XI travelled to Chessington, where they traditionally have a got record. As is also tradition, Tom Savill (55) made runs, but received little further support as Dulwich were contained to 151 all out by their hosts. A tight chase was navigated by Chessington for the loss of eight wickets.

At Burbage Road, the 2nd XI's 100% record ended as they were unable to take the final wicket to secure victory over Walton on Thames. Matt Balch (63) and Ross Ewing (78) made runs in Dulwich's 219-9 declared. Graeme Hough (4-34) helped reduce Walton to nine down, but their final pair hung on for 14 overs to steal the losing draw.

The same result was recorded at the DSG, where the 3rd XI took on last year's Premier League champions Spencer. Faizel Kassam hit 78 in Dulwich's 239 all out. 4-33 from Abu Arabi helped pin back Spencer to 204-9 in their overs – the final wicket again eluding Dulwich and the winning draw having to be settled for.

Better news away at Spencer, where the 4th XI avenged their final day title loss to their hosts by beating them by 38 runs. Darron Cason's 62 was the major contribution as Dulwich were all out for 169 in 32.2 overs. An action-packed reply, featuring three run outs, saw Spencer dismissed for 131. Full report here.

The 5th XI also won – their top of the table clash with Catford and Cyphers resulting in a comfortable nine wicket win. Chasing 108 for victory, Siraj Durrani (53*) and Cian Scannell (45*) wrapped up the points to send Dulwich into top spot. Full report here. And there was also a win for the 6th XI over Streatham & Marlborough by two wickets.

On Sunday the Development XI beat Leatherhead by 70 runs – Pat George making 49 and taking 5-54 in a good all-round performance, supported by Ben Hoffman's 4-38.

A full round-up of results is available here, with scorecards and tables on play-cricket.

Dulwich international mascots!

Dulwich under 9s were honoured to represent the club as mascots at the ICC Champions Trophy fixture between Sri Lanka and South Africa at the Oval last week. Many thanks to the Surrey Cricket Foundation and ICC for providing with something that will live on long in their memories!

The weekend rounded-up – 3rd June

A mixed bag of results saw only two Dulwich sides record victory on Saturday.

The 1st XI returned to Burbage Road for the first time in three weeks for their fixture with Worcester Park. A tight bowling a fielding display kept the visitors to 174 in the first innings. Tom Savil was again in the runs – his 58 leading Dulwich to 105-3 before they collapsed to 146-9, with a resolute final wicket partnership ensuring Worcester Park took only the winning draw from the game. Full report here.

In the reverse fixture at Worcester Park, the 2nd XI made it five-from-five with a comfortable eight wicket win. Chasing 209 for victory, Ed Towner (108*) and Nick Hudson (72*) shared in a memorable 175 run partnership to maintain Dulwich’s position at the top of Division 1.

The 3rd XI took on Wimbledon, confident on the back of three straight wins. Good bowling from Lawrence Taylor (4-40) and Abu Arabi (4-37) helped dismiss Wimbledon for 175. Dulwich’s run chase never got going in response and they were bowled out 50 runs shy of their host’s total. Full report here.

Also facing Wimbledon, the 4th XI suffered defeat by 70 runs. But a pair of 71s from James Worley (71) and Siraj Durrani (71) helped the 5th XI overcome Bromley Common by 68 runs. Full report here. Finally, the 6th XI triumphed in their outing with Shooters Hill. Dave Cook (4-24) starring with the ball in their eight wicket win. Full report here.

A full round-up of results is available here, with scorecards and tables on play-cricket.

The weekend round-up – 27th May

Tom Savill hit a monstrous 135 off 106 balls to lead Dulwich 1st XI to a fantastic victory over Dorking on Saturday.

Levi Olver had earlier taken 4-51 on his return to action for the Doggies, but Dorking still managed to set an imposing 262 in 48.4 overs. Savill shared in a 141 run opening stand with Kris Williman to set up the victory with a serious of imposing shots, as the Dorking bowlers struggled to contain the in-form Dulwich opener. He was eventually dismissed with the score on 218-4, before Dulwich eased home with six wickets and nine overs to spare. Full report here.

The 2nd XI recorded their fourth league victory to maintain their 100% start to the season – although made hard work of chasing 143 at home to Sutton. Matt Balch (63) continued his good form in the four wicket victory. Full report here. The 3rd XI hammered Normandy at the DSG. The visitors were shot out for just 92 – another man in good form, James Chudley (51*), made simple work of the chase. Full report here.

Away at SinjunGrammarians, the 4th XI were disappointed to lose out by two wickets defending 136. Full report here. And the 5th XI – victors by one run last week – found themselves on the other side of a close result this week, losing out by one wicket defending 84 away at Blackheath. Full report here.

A full round-up of results is available here, with scorecards and tables on play-cricket.

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