21st Anniversary Presentation & Dinner will be held this Sunday 9th
November 2014. Venue: Oasis
Banqueting Suite, 6-8 Thames Road, Barking, Essex IG11 0HZ. Time: 7:15pm
Gold Award Winners 2014 Here
is a list of all the 2014 Gold awards. Please
check the list that it contains all your players. 40 Overs KO Cup: Batting Gold Award Muhib
Khan (Aryana CC) 123 Not Out v East London 1 CC 20 Overs KO Cup: Batting Gold Award Pavan
Kumar Chesetty (United CC) 120 Not Out v Aryana CC Premier Division: Batting Gold Award Sajid
Patel (East London CC) 100 v Kothi 1 CC Sajid
Mangera (Mezbaan CC) 113 v GM Brothers CC Division One: Batting Gold Award Kalpesh
Chandracant (Aztecs CC) 101 Not Out v London CC Zaki
Zazai (Aryana CC) 110 v Friends CC Safdar
Hussian (Force Asia CC) 116 Not Out v Aztecs CC Enayat
Ali (Aztecs CC) 107 v Kothi 2 CC Haziz
Rehman (Aryana CC) 100 v Friends CC Muhib
Khan (Aztecs CC) 136 Not Out v Aztecs CC Muhib
Khan (Aztecs CC) 125 v Young Lions CC Premier Division: Bowling Gold Award Chirag
Gohel (Kothi 1 CC) 6.1-0-28-6 v GM Brothers CC Imran
Patel (Mezbaan CC) 8-1-26-6 v Kothi 1 CC Kamran
Zia (GM Brothers CC) 8-2-21-6 v Challengers XI CC Division One : Bowling Gold Award Shahbaz
Amodi (London CC) 6-0-16-7 v Amez CC Shahbaz
Amodi (London CC) 8-0-24-6 v Young Lions CC Mustaq
Haji (London CC) 7-3-19-6 v Force Asia CC Mirzakhan
Haqmal (Aryana CC) 7-027-6 v Force Asia CC Awais
Liyakat (Force Asia CC) 7-1-16-7 v London CC Abdul
Sattar (Clifton CC) 8-2-37-7 v Amez CC Mohammad
Asif (Waltham Green CC) 7-0-34-6 v Clifton CC Zabi
Tor (Aryana CC) 7.4-0-37-8 v Kothi 2 CC Owais
Qasim (Etihad CC) 8-1-24-6 v London CC Rahmatullah
Haqyar (Aryana CC) 8-3-15-6 v Aztecs CC
Force Asia CC (191 ao, 39 overs) lost to East London 1 CC (192-3 32.5 overs)
Oakfield Main Ground
Umpires: Rafiq Patel & Liakat Mir
A cup final played in good spirit between two very good teams. The two teams have met twice before in the T20 finals and the result has been the same.
Force Asia got a shaky start and were 27/4 at one stage but a well paced innings by Sagar Seth (52) Dinesh (24) brought some stability with a 43 run partnership. A further 54 run partnership between Hassan and Sagar and crucial cameos by Ali (26) and Imran (31) got Force Asia to a decent total of 190.
In reply, East London had a strong start with the openers amassing a quick 43 courtesy Kadeem (26) & Samir (22). Force Asia then took 3 quick wickets and had East London 55/3 at one stage. The day thereon, belonged to Imran Makordia and Ismail of East London who took the game away by playing sensibly. Together Imran (72 not out) and Ismail (57 not out) put on a great partnership and gave Force Asia no chance to bounce back.
In the end they chased the target with 7.1 overs to spare.
Semi Finals - 7th September 2014
Force Asia CC beat GM Brothers CC – Hainault Rec. 1
East London 1 CC beat Kothi 1 CC – Oakfield
Finals - 31st August 2014
1. Mezbaan CC lost to Force Asia CC – Hainault Recreation 1
Brothers CC beat East Fifteen CC – Parmiters (2:30pm Start)
CC lost to East London 1 CC – Oakfield (** United CC Appealing)
XI 1 lost to Kothi 1 CC – South Woodford CC
2nd Round - 13th July
lost to Mezbaan CC - London
Challengers XI beat Young Lions CC –
East Fifteen CC beat Friends CC –
East London 1 CC beat Aryana CC –
Force Asia CC v Pak Lions United –
Hainault Recreation 3
Kothi 1 CC beat East London 2 CC – Barkingside
United CC beat Ethihad CC – Old Chigwellions
1st Round - 25th May 2014
Amez CC lost to Friends CC – West Ham
London 2 CC beat Kothi 2 CC – Oakfield
Green CC beat London CC – Britania Sports
Lions CC beat Clifton CC – Hainault
Congratulations to Mezbaan CC who have been crowned 2014 Premier Division champions by a mere 3 points.
Unfortnately, the rain ruined the final weekend of fixtures making Mezbaan CC the champions. Its a great achievement for a club that was only promoted to the Premier division only 2 seasons back.
Taking nothing away from the other teams, Mezbaan CC deserved the title after impressive wins against all there nearest rivals in the last months fixtures.
Commirserations to East London 1 CC, who were trying for a historic third title in a row but I'm sure they will come back stronger next season.
Pak Lions United CC join East Fifteen CC in division one next season after a two year stint in the premier division. Pak Lions United CC were let down by their batting and should be good enough to return back to the premier division next season.
Congratulations to Aztecs CC who have been crowned 2014 Division One champions by a mere 1 point.
Commiserations to East London 2 CC who although won more games in the season lost out on bonus points.
Congratulations to Force Asia CC also who will join Aztecs CC in the premier division next season. All credit to Force Asia CC who are building the club on a solid foundation.