Oh Dear
Pacific v Fulmer at Fulmer Recreation Ground  Sat 08-Aug-2009 at 2pm
Lost 85 Runs
 

There was no hiding place from the events at Headingly in the middle at Fulmer. Pacific succumbed to a depressingly familiar script by replaying the 2007 match. Bowlers struggled to find their lengths on the slope & so their lines become affected & consistency becomes a rare commodity.

That's not to say that even that there were no highlights even before we saw a dear run along the outfield holding up play briefly, Alex Jessop-Emmins catch at point was straight out of the Paul Collingwood mould dismissing King & breaking a difficult opening partnership. One handed catches from Moses Hutchinson-Pascal & Jon Webley should too not go unremarked. James Smith playing through back pain was the pick of the bowlers but for a fragile batting line heavily reliant on Jon Webley & Rob Bastin the home bowling was unlikely to be grabbed by the antlers.

As one sided matches can go the result was predictable once Webley was out & only James Smith could hold any onlookers' attention.

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Fulmer v Pacific
 
Fulmer innings Runs Mins Balls 4s 6s
  D Randall c Jessop-Emmins b Webley  19  0  0  0  0  
  Kumar c Emmins b Smith  67  0  0  0  0  
  King run out Hollman  19  0  0  0  0  
  Fisher c Hutchinson-Pascal b Jessop-Emmins  31  0  0  0  0  
  Kuppasamy b Smith  4  0  0  0  0  
  Gibbs c Webley b Jessop-Emmins  0  0  0  0  0  
  Hunter lbw b Smith  11  0  0  0  0  
  J Randall c Hutchinson-Pascal b Smith  0  0  0  0  0  
  Colloff not out  3  0  0  0  0  
  Overall c & b Bastin  0  0  0  0  0  
  Harris not out  12  0  0  0  0  
 Extras (b 5, lb 3, w 11, nb 9) 28    
 TOTAL (40.0 Overs) 194-9    
 
 
 Fall of wickets: 
 
Bowling O M R W  
 Jon Brown 6 0 22 0  
 Jon Webley 8 1 30 1  
 David Morahan 5 1 30 0  
 Moses Hutchinson-Pascal 5 0 22 0  
 Luke Hollman 3 0 25 0  
 James Smith 7 1 21 4  
 Alex Jessop-Emmins 3 0 29 2  
 Rob Bastin 3 1 9 1  
 
 
Pacific innings Runs Mins Balls 4s 6s
  Peter Hollman c King b Randall  0  0  2  0  0  
  Rob Bastin b Randall  7  0  16  0  0  
  Jon Webley b Kuppasamy  29  0  37  4  1  
  b Kumar  0  0  22  0  0  
  Steve Emmins b Overall  10  0  31  1  0  
  Moses Hutchinson-Pascal b Overall  5  0  8  1  0  
  David Morahan c Randall b Overall  1  0  12  0  0  
  James Smith not out  31  0  37  3  1  
  Jon Brown b Hurrahs  6  21  0  0  0  
  Luke Hollman b Colloll  1  11  0  0  0  
  Alex Jessop-Emmins b Colloll  0  0  3  0  0  
 Extras (b 4, lb 1, w 12, nb 0) 17    
 TOTAL (37.4 Overs) 109 all out    
 
 
 Fall of wickets:  1-0 [Hollman] , 2-16 [Bastin] , 3-36 , 4-42 [Webley] , 5-52 [Hutchinson-Pascal] , 6-60 [Morahan] , 7-60 [Emmins] , 8-99 [Brown] , 9-109 [Hollman] , 10-109 [Jessop-Emmins]
 
Bowling O M R W  
 Randall D 6 0 22 2  
 Kuppasamy 8 1 14 1  
 Kumar 3 0 11 1  
 Hunter 4 1 11 0  
 Overall 5 0 19 3  
 Gibbs 4 0 12 1  
 Hurrahs 5 0 12 1  
 Colloll 2.4 0 7 2  
 
 

Other matches:
 Sat 09-Aug-2014, Fulmer Recreation Ground, Cancelled
 Glass half-Fulmer for Steve-o and K-Dog, Sat 10-Aug-2013, Fulmer Recreation Ground, Won 9 wickets
 Pacific fall short at Fulmer, Sat 11-Aug-2012, Fulmer Recreation Ground, Lost by 5 wickets
 Number 11 top scores in defeat, Sat 06-Aug-2011, Fulmer Recreation Ground, Lost 112 runs
 Uzair Show, Sat 07-Aug-2010, Fulmer Recreation Ground, Lost 3 wickets
 Holiday Season & Everyone's Short, Sat 09-Aug-2008, Fulmer Recreation Ground, Cancelled
 Fuller's Best, Sat 11-Aug-2007, Fulmer Recreation Ground, Lost 5 wickets
 Cancelled, Sat 12-Aug-2006, Fulmer Recreation Ground, Cancelled
 Pacific Destroyed In Fulmer Mire, Sat 06-Aug-2005, Fulmer Recreation Ground, Lost 8 wickets
 Lucky the Cameras weren't rolling....., Sat 07-Aug-2004, Fulmer Recreation Ground, Lost 110 runs
 Under the shiny new pavilion, Sat 10-May-2003, Away, Lost 33 runs
 Boonaert Strikes Gold as Roberts Zeroes In On Record!, Sat 07-Sep-2002, Queens College, Won by 90 Runs