Sat 17th June – 1st XI v Malden Wanderers

DULWICH 120 (47.2) lost to MALDEN WANDERERS 122-1 (33) by 9 wickets

Scorecard

A top order collapse saw Dulwich dismissed for 120 to go down to a nine wicket defeat in their Travelbag Surrey Championship Division 2 match at home to Malden Wanderers.

The visitors won the toss and chose to field. They got an early reward when Tom Savill was adjudged lbw to Joe Lavender in the second over, the first time this season that he has been dismissed for less than 50 in the Championship. His partner Ed Stolle was bowled by Will Sabey in the next over. Sabey followed this up by having Richard King caught behind and Kristian Williman taken by a juggling catch in the slips in his next two overs, to leave Dulwich reeling on 17-4 after seven overs. Henry Hazlewood then dug in while Nick Hudson played more aggressively at the other end. The pair had added 30 off 7.2 overs when Hudson also went lbw, for 17 off 23 balls. Will Bancroft joined Hazlewood, and the pair had added 16 off seven overs when the latter’s resolute innings ended for 23, off 57 balls, with the score on 63. Salaar Waqar then joined Bancroft in the best stand of the innings. The pair had added 34 for the seventh wicket off 13 overs when both fell in successive overs, Waqar caught at mid on off Sabey for 20, off 39 balls, and Bancroft caught at slip for 21, off 57. Jon Lodwick, who also faced 39 balls, then led a late rearguard before he was last out, stumped for 14. Dulwich were dismissed for 120 in 47.2 overs, with Sabey finishing on 4-26 off ten overs.

This looked to be an inadequate score on a good batting wicket, and soon proved to be so as Aussie OP Jacob Wilson and Harri Aravinthan survived some early edges off Lodwick and Savill to post 50 on the board after 13.1 overs. Wilson led the way, cruising to 50 off 73 balls while his partner gave solid support at the other end. Skipper Alex Gledhill imposed some restraint, bowling nine overs for 18 runs, but the 100 was reached without loss in the 30th over. Waqar picked up a consolation wicket, having Aravinthan stumped by Bancroft for 32 (off 95 balls) with the score on 103. But there was to be no further reward as Wilson took 14 off Lodwick’s next over to finish with 83 off 102 balls and see his side to a nine wicket victory after just 33 overs.

Dulwich therefore finished this match without a point and remain in ninth place. Next week they welcome second placed Oxted & Limpsfield, and will be looking to avenge their defeat in the first fixture between the sides.

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