Plympton CC Match Reports
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Skipper Sellick came back into the attack and bowled Saj and a little flurry of wickets saw the lads back in the game. However Sidmouth got over the line with 8 balls to spare.
All in all it was a great game of cricket and a brilliant team effort by all the lads in the team. Sidmouth won the league with this result and Plympton picked up 5 points. Also thanks to Mrs O'Higgins for a great tea and she also donated the tea money to the club. To finish I'm very proud of the team for a great fight back in the field. Sean Mortimer lead the 3's to another fine win, this time over Brixham.
His report is here: Opening up with Alasdair Lambie 6 Overswho was unlucky not to have the opening batsman caught behind off the first ball, and Sean 9 Overs we managed to keep the scoring to a reasonable 36 from the first 10 overs. Ciaran Gray 7 Overs 1- 48 then replaced Sean and took a wicket with his first ball.
Brixham then put on a good stand but were kept in check by some good bowling from Jake Campbell Beattie 9 Overs and Jason Degg 9 Overs We could have been a bit better in the field but the highlight was the second catch by Rich Barker taking a stinging chance at the second attempt. Brixham ended on for 5.
Our opening batsmen were Freddie Eyston and Richie Barker. Richie was out fairly early being replaced by Tobin Barker. The scoring was fairly steady for the next few overs, after which Freddie and Tobin started to score more freely eventually putting together a stand of Tobin was eventually out for This brought Jessie to the crease, he and Freddie continued the scoring with a stand of We then lost 3 wickets for 30 runs with Jessie getting 28 and Freddie finally getting out on This left Ollie Goulder at the crease with Jason Degg, they put on 25 with Ollie the next one out for 8.
With 39 runs needed from 9 overs Jason was joined by Ciaran Gray, with controlled aggression from Jason and some composed shots by Ciaran we got to our total of for 5 with 3 overs to spare with Ciaran hitting the winning run.
Jason ended on 43 no and Ciaran 10 no.
Overall it was a good game with Freddie scoring a great ton with the younger batsmen showing great composure during the run chase. It was a masterstroke. He says that after five years on the board — in his early 40s — he was thinking that "he might want to do something else".
However, he was then offered the job to run Asia and Europe and leapt at the chance. At this stage he thought that he might someday be in with a chance of the top job. He also hints that he might have left Tesco had he not been picked to succeed Sir Terry, suggesting that the "lightning bolt" was not totally unexpected and certainly not unwelcome.
But I thought, no, I love this company. I'll stay and if I don't get the job as chief executive that's fine, I'll see the new guy in and then I'll go and do something for the last few years of my full-time working career. And then I got the call and that was it.
Vive la difference, says Tesco's new supremo Phil Clarke
While Sir Terry ran the whole company and was also in charge of the core UK chain where Tesco still makes two-thirds of its profitsthere is now a dedicated chief executive to run the UK operation. Richard Brasher will report into Mr Clarke, who will oversee overall operations and deal with investors and the City.
You have got one man running the UK. Before March 1, Richard was the commercial and marketing director and Terry was running the UK and running the group. That added focus has got to be right. We are a company that now needs to accept that it is not a British grocer but a global retailer," says Mr Clarke.
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The new structure will allow the UK to get the renewed focus that it needs. There is also the added frisson that Mr Brasher, another Tesco lifer, was one of the contenders for the top job. Mr Clarke says not so, and that there are clear lines of accountability between the friends. I need to give him the room to do the job and he needs to know that I am here to help. International retailing, he says, is all about the "nuances": And to grow the numbers.
Tesco feeds a lot of families.