U10 8-a-side Incrediball

League controller

Mark Catterick
mark.catterick@graham.co.uk - 07788 922871

Knockout stages

Group winners and the 3 best runners up qualify for the Quarter Finals

Quarter Finals to be played during the week commencing 1st July 2018.

The Semi-Finals and Finals will be held on Sunday, 8th July at Radlett CC.

Important! Entering scores for pairs matches

When entering the scores for a pairs match on CricHQ, the total number of runs entered MUST be the NET total (ie the total number of runs scored, less 5 runs for each wicket lost). The number of wickets lost is entered in the normal way.

For example, if a team scores 250 runs and loses 3 wickets, the score should be entered as 235 for 3.

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Under 10 Incrediball

The result from the final was:

Wheathampstead 290-5

North Enfield 251-9

 

The U10 Incrediball final was between Wheathampstead and North Enfield, following hard fought wins in the semi-finals v Rickmansworth and Chorleywood respectively.

Wheathampstead won the toss and batted first in the final. There were contributions all the way through the batting line up as Wheathampstead totalled 290/5 from their 16 overs. Alex Bhutiani and Marco Rodic both passed 20 with the bat, whilst Herbie Willson, Harry Brandt and Bobby Mounsey also scored well. Bertie took two great wickets for North Enfield in the first three overs of the game to get them off to a great start. North Enfield were also lightning in the field and were working really hard in the first few overs to tie Wheathampstead down.

When North Enfield batted they lost a steady flow of wickets chasing down the Wheathampstead score and came up short despite a spirited blast from Oliver who took 18 from one over trying to get his team up to the winning score. In the end, tight bowling by Herbie Willson and Bobby Mounsey, with two wickets apiece settled things. These bowlers were also helped by tight spells by Dan Mountain and Freddie Playle and Wheathampstead got home by 39 runs.

Captain Scott Robson Smith lifted the trophy for the delighted Wheathampstead team, the first time the colts section at this club has won any silverware, so it was a day to remember for all.

In a third place playoff, Rickmansworth beat Chorleywood by 298-5 against 293-5.