The weekend rounded-up – 5th August

Finally some cricket action – albeit with more rain interspersing – but some fine wins recorded by Dulwich's sides regardless.

Kristian Williman made 62 not out to help the 1st XI chase third-placed Worcester Park's 186 with an over to spare. Earlier, Salaar Waqaar had picked up 4-47 in the Worcester Park innings. Full report here. The win helps Dulwich pull away themselves out of the relegation zone.

Back at Burbage Road, the 2nd XI were also taking on Worcester Park. Ed Towner (82) continued his good season to anchor Dulwich to 181-7 in 50 overs. A rain affected target meant Dulwich had to defend 128 in 28 overs – which they did with 19 runs to spare. Full report here. Dulwich remain in the promotion places with four games to play.

The 3rd XI were beaten by 139 rains at home to Wimbledon, but the 4th XI closed the gap on their Wimbledon counterparts at the top of the Premier Division with an excellent 51 run win. Henry Turner blasted 76 not out from number nine to lift Dulwich from 70-7 to 184-9 in their 45 overs. An excellent bowling performance saw Wimbledon dismissed for 133 in reply. Full report here. Dulwich move to six points behind Wimbledon.

The 5th XI maintained a good shout of end of season glory with victory over fellow promotion chasers Bromley Common. Bromley's 104-8 (35) was overcome for the loss of four wickets and a few overs to spare. Two full reports here. And the 6th XI completed Saturday's action with a single wicket defeat to Shooters Hill – Harry Chathli snr. making 52 not out in Dulwich's 113 and Forhad Ahmed taking 4-32 in the opposition's innings.

The Academy game was again scratched on Sunday when Chipstead Coulsdon and Walcountains couldn't raise a age-limited side. A friendly took place instead – skipper Euan Johnson (61) and Kamran Munawar (74) doing the business with the bat and Gus Davies taking 4-32 in a 103 run win at Burbage Road. Finally, the Development XI ground to a draw with Catford & Cyphers over 40 overs.

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

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Meet Women’s World Cup winners!

Taking place on Sunday 13th August, the Women and Girls Fundraising lunch will include:

  • Great seats to watch both Surrey vs Sussex Sharks and the Surrey Stars vs Yorkshire Diamonds
  • BBQ lunch
  • Q&A session hosted by Ebony Rainford-Brent with Surrey Stars players (including Nat Sciver, Alex Hartley and Tammy Beaumont) and Clare Connor

Following the fantastic World Cup win, the double header is sure to be popular with a good crowd and we are now offering family tickets to the event for just £140 for a family of 4.

f you would like to book any places at this event please email hospitality@kiaoval.com.

The weekend rounded-up – 29th July

Another absolutely disasterous weekend of weather saw all but one Dulwich fixture incomplete due to rain.

The 1st XI were reduced to 87/8 away at fellow Divions 2 strugglers Epsom before Jon Lodwick (81*) helped seize back the initiative for Dulwich. The rain made play impossible after tea, with Dulwich having posted 192-9 in 55. Full report here.

There was an opportunity missed for the 2nd XI at Burbage Road. Bottom of the league Epsom were wobbling at 74-7 but recovered to 214-9 in 50 overs. Dulwich 31-1 after 6.3 overs when the rain had the final say and the points were shared.

The 3rd XI were bowled out for 140 by Reigate Priory at the DSG. The visitors were 7-1 when play was abandoned. Full report here. The 4th XI were 140-2 in 38 with John Morris 73* at the same point away at their Reigate Priory counterparts. Back at the DSG the 5th XI contained Blackheath to 125-7 in a reduced game of 30 overs and were 38-2 in 7.4 overs back in return when their match was abandoned too. Finally, the 6th XI had Kingstonian 125-5 when play became impossible.

The Academy game was scratched on Sunday when Old Whitgiftians couldn't raise a side. The Women were the only team to complete a game over the weekend, losing out by 49 runs against Spencer.

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

The weekend rounded-up – 22nd July

It was a total wipe out at the weekend as the awful weather destroyed all of our fixtures across Saturday and Sunday.

There was some play and a performance of note before the heavens opened. The 1st XI were 49-3 after 17 overs against Dorking, Sutton were 19-0 after 3.5 against the 2nd XI, 4th XI had reduced to 75-7 after 24 overs against SinjunGrammarians (Sunil Issac 10-5-5) and the 5th XI had Bickley Park 62-3 in 18.

The rest of the games, including Sunday's Academy and Development XI fixtures, never got going.

We'll try again this weekend…

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

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