Senior Match Reports
U13B v Mount Kelly – A fantastic hardball pairs match against Mount Kelly took place on Wednesday afternoon. Fielding and bowling first we took a total of 5 wickets, and fielded well. When batting we were confident running singles and hitting six boundaries shots. A close game but Mount Kelly took the win in the final over of the match.
U13A – U13 Hardball Tournament – The U13 Cricket Team played four T-10 hardball matches in a round-robin tournament. They played Taunton school, King’s Hall School, Wellington school and Exeter school. All girls played exceptionally well and managed to come away with a win against Wellington school. They learned a great deal and really enjoyed their day.
U14A v Kings Bruton – The U14A had a god win against Kings Bruton on Saturday. The weather remained kind and we got a full game in without disruption and even finished in sunshine!. Queen’s posted 179 for 9 in 25 overs. Alfie Rucklidge retired on 52 not out and Caspar Reeves blasted a rapid ‘Bairstowesque’ 47. Everyone contributed in the field but the pick of the bowling went to Ben Mark with an outstanding spell of 5 overs, 4 maidens 4 for 2. King Bruton finished on 137 for 7 off their 25 overs. Well done one and all.
U15A v Bruton – Queen’s played won the toss and elected to back first. After some early wickets Elliott Berry and Tom Wilcox impressed with the bat. King Bruton field very well and kept the total to a respectable 104 off 20. In the field Queen’s where challenged to bring energy with great bowling from Claire Handle keep Kings Brunton to just 40 off 10. However Bruton dug deep and eventually hit the total in 16 overs. Queen’s now look forward to their last dance vs Colstons School on Saturday.
1st v Mount Kelly -The 1st XI had very tough fixture vs Mount Kelly with the opposition showing to be better on the day. Batting second, Tycho Simmons scored a very well-made 36 not out with some very clean striking at the end of the innings.
U15 v Kings Bruton – A great performance from the U14/15B against King’s Bruton. Well lead by Karun who organised the batting and bowling order brilliant, and was nicely vocal in the field. Queen’s fielded first and put on a good show, bowling at pace and looking lively and confident in the field. Bruton scored 115 runs which we then chased with determination. Seb retired at 25 runs and others followed suit. A top performance that resulted in their first win of the term.