Results

KGB XXVII

BOWL WINNER King Whamo   Hosts: Gloucester Gipsies
Runners Up Wecester Gipsindies Gipsies Man of the Series
3rd Place King Havit Uve – The young man had a difficult start to his KGB career, but was the only Gips pleyer to manage a half century and for that, deserves recognition. A 74 against Havit and 36 no v Wegi shows the potential to become one of the Gipsies all time greats.
Spoon Gloucester Gipsies
 
FC   Whamo Man of the Series
Final King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by an innings and 84 runs  
   
 
OD   Havit Man of the Series
Match 1 King Whamo beat King Havit by 220 runs  
Match 2 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 10 wickets
Match 3 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 383 runs
Match 4 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 104 runs Wegi Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 9 wickets Nicoski – he’s done it again. The standout performer, amassing 429 runs to move 4th on the all time scorers chart. Another good festival and he’ll break into the top 3. Solid starts in the BT20 games, a match winning century v Havit and the only wegi batsman to make a notable score in the final.
Match 6 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 10 wickets
   
BT20  
Match 1 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 10 wickets Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 10 wickets 1 Oosthuizen Whamo 586
Match 3 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 wickets 2 Deacy Whamo 466
Match 4 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 10 wickets 3 Nicoski Wegi 429
Match 5 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 178 runs 4 Archer King Havit 303
Match 6 King Whamo beat King Havit by 8 wickets 5 Geel King Havit 302
 
League Table   Leading Wicket Takers
  BT20 OD Total Points 1 Laws Whamo 17
W L W L 2 van Herp Whamo 13
Whamo 3 0 3 0 18 3 Jeevanandam / Vadiveloo Wegi / Whamo 12
Wegi 1 2 2 1 10 4    
Havit 0 3 1 2 4 5 Dogar / Greg Grewcock Whamo 11
Gips 1 2 0 3 2  
  Catches
Total Runs 3453   1 Bark Whamo 19
Total Wickets 124 2 Durgabakshi King Havit 7
Total 6’s 85 3 Jeevanandam / Vadiveloo Wegi / Whamo 3

KGB XXVI

BOWL WINNER King Havit   Hosts: King Whamo
Runners Up King Whamo Gipsies Man of the Series
3rd Place Wecester Gipsindies van der Bergh – A standout performer in a side that struggled to be competetive on the pitch. A fine century, backed up by an excellent fifty helped him finish with a limited overs average of 73.25. Was unlucky not to make it on to the top scorers chart with 293 festival runs.
Spoon Gloucester Gipsies
 
FC   Whamo Man of the Series
Final King Havit beat King Whamo by 141 runs  
   
 
OD   Havit Man of the Series
Match 1 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 311 runs  
Match 2 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 59 runs
Match 3 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 271 runs
Match 4 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 10 wickets Wegi Man of the Series
Match 5 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 109 runs Nicoski – Struggled for runs in the BT20 matches, with just the one fifty to his name, but really showed his class in the Oders. Two centuries and a fifty in those games saw him averaging 107, which by any standards is sublime. Standout moment, as he secured the 200th century in KBG history.
Match 6 King Havit beat King Whamo by 202 runs
   
BT20  
Match 1 King Havit beat King Whamo by 191 runs Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 8 wickets 1 Geel Havit 525
Match 3 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 10 wickets 2 Aniani Havit 431
Match 4 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 108 runs 3 Nicoski Wegi 393
Match 5 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 197 runs 4 Gobern Wham 390
Match 6 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 11 runs 5 Durgabakshi Havit 313
 
League Table   Leading Wicket Takers
  BT20 OD Total Points 1 Sila Havit 17
W L W L 2 Agha Havit 16
Havit 3 0 3 0 18 3 Grewcock Wham 15
Whamo 1 2 2 1 10 4 Bayley Havit 14
Wegi 2 1 1 2 8 5 Barry / Laws / Sarkar Havit / Wham 13
Gips 0 3 0 3 0  
  Catches
Total Runs 4249   1 Durgabakshi Havit 12
Total Wickets 167 2 Rawan Wham 11
Total 6’s 93 3 Laws Wham 7

KGB XXV

BOWL WINNER Gloucester Gipsies Hosts: Wegi
Runners Up King Havit Gipsies Man of the Series
3rd Place King Whamo Tshifhiwa – Cometh the KGB, cometh the man! A true great and another deserved man of the series. 440 runs, 13 catches behind the stumps. No one managed to claim his wicket during the ODers as he hit a century against Havit as well as a fifty v Wegi. Truly awesome!
Spoon Wecester Gipsindies
FC Whamo Man of the Series
Final Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 8 wickets Blackman
OD Havit Man of the Series
Match 1 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 wickets Gicharu
Match 2 King Havit beat King Whamo by 9 wickets
Match 3 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 9 wickets
Match 4 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 10 wickets Wegi Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 61 runs Proctor – The man did all he could to help this years whipping boys, averaging over 50 in both limited overs formats. He top scored in Wegi’s only victory of the festival and his 11 sixes meant that the wegi fans went home having been entertained!
Match 6 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 7 wickets
BT20
Match 1 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 16 runs Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 8 runs 1 Geel Havit 608
Match 3 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 9 wickets 2 Tshifhiwa Gips 440
Match 4 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 9 wickets 3 Gicharu Havit 425
Match 5 King Havit beat King Whamo by 9 wickets 4 Blackman Wham 377
Match 6 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 9 wickets 5 Proctor Gips 357
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Eagle Gips 14
W L W L 2 Agha Havit 10
Havit 3 0 3 0 18 3 Bayley Havit 9
Gips 1 2 2 1 10 4 Barry Havit 8
Whamo 1 2 1 2 6 5 Chick Gips 8
Wegi 1 2 0 3 2
Catches
Total Runs 4893 1 Tshifhiwa Gips 13
Total Wickets 99 2 Gicharu Havit 6
Total 6’s 118 3 Akaru Gips 4

KGB XXIV

A tournament that will live long in the memory, especially for the success starved players and supporters of King Havit. They finally recorded their first KGB victory after years of hope and expectation had been dashed. Wham captain Wayde Mckagen, struck the 100,000th run in KGB history, off the bowling of the KGB’s 5th most successful bowler, Saiful Khan.

A KGB that saw all 4 teams in a competitive state, as the batsmen dominated. Gicharu in his debut festival amassed 504 runs, the first man to pass 500 runs since both Cullip & Talbot did it in KGB XVII, the first Havit player to do it since Roger Scott-reed in XV. his name will be forever in the history books. It truly was the Gicharu bowl, as he also added 13 dismissals behind the stumps. 12 centuries were hit, the most impressive being Burhenne’s 132* in the final. Although ultimately in vane, it did make the final more compulsive viewing than it otherwise would have been.

In the bowling stakes, Khan was the main man with 11 wickets to his name, whilst Bayley was the only bowler to make it on to the honours board with an exquisite 5-19 in the final against Whamo. Indika made it 8 bowls in a row in the top 5 wicket takers adding 9 more to his tally and closing the gap on his great rival GGJ to 10 wickets. GGJ himself, now just 10 behind the great Duck!

BOWL WINNER King Havit Hosts: Havit
Runners Up King Whamo Gipsies Man of the Series
3rd Place Wecester Gipsindies Tshifhiwa – produced as he always does. He outscored his team mates with the bat and chipped in with 4 dismissals from behind the stumps. He’s now just 36 runs away from joining the elite members of the 2,000 club!
Spoon Gloucester Gipsies
FC Whamo Man of the Series
Final King Havit beat King Whamo by 7 wickets Burhenne
OD Havit Man of the Series
Match 1 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 6 wickets Gicharu
Match 2 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 120 runs
Match 3 King Whamo beat King Havit by 9 wickets
Match 4 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 3 runs Wegi Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 9 wickets Nicoski – Just shy of 400 runs in the festival is quite an achievement considering he had no FC cricket. 2 tons and 3 half centuries from 6 innings is quite an achievement giving him a festival average of 132. Stunning effort
Match 6 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 7 wickets
BT20
Match 1 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 13 runs Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 7 wickets 1 Gicharu Havit 504
Match 3 King Havit beat King Whamo by 25 runs 2 Conaghan Whamo 487
Match 4 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 6 wickets 3 Burhenne Whamo 419
Match 5 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 3 runs 4 Geel Havit 419
Match 6 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 8 wickets 5 Nicoski Wegi 396
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Khan Havit 11
W L W L 2 Bayley Havit 10
Whamo 1 2 3 0 14 3 Indika Wham 9
Havit 2 1 2 1 12 4 Bashar Havit 8
Wegi 2 1 1 2 8 5 Agha / Islam Havit / Wegi 7
Gips 1 2 0 3 2
Catches
Total Runs 5337 1 Gicharu Havit 13
Total Wickets 101 2 Burhenne Whamo 6
Total 6’s 136 3 Tshifhiwa Gips 3

King Gips Bowl XXIII

You’d have been forgiven for thinking this would have been a foregone conclusion. The most successful team in KGB history, Gloucester Gipsies had won the tournament on each of the three previous occasions and were hosts this year – a year which had seen them win all 3 league trophies including the First Class English Premier League. Indeed they were odds on with the bookies to make it a clean sweep and win the KGB to put the cherry on the icing of the cake of a perfect season! However, a surprise 2-run defeat in the BT20 round to their West Indian franchise proved decisive as they failed to make inroads with their absence of their international players in the OD round. It meant that the heavily backed favourites failed to even make the final and their franchise, Wecester Gipsindies took the crown:

BOWL WINNER Wecester Gipsindies Hosts: Gloucester Gipsies
Runners Up King Whamo Wegi Man of the Series
3rd Place Gloucester Gipsies Perhaps not everyone’s first choice, but KGBXIII showed the true character of Ciaran Chick. Ridiculed for his captaincy in KGBXII, many thought he would never produce at the highest level. However, he amassed an exceptional 14 wickets, including an incredible 5 for against Wham. Islam and Kibisu would have been equally deserving of the award as the trio dominated the wicket tacking charts. Great team effort from Wegi.
Spoon King Havit
FC Whamo Man of the Series
Final Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 39 runs Scores of 45 and 55 in the final weren’t quite enough to see Whamo to the trophy, but Julian Earle‘s scores were indicative of his consistency throughout this tournament. 347 runs at an average of 41 at the top of the order, Earle’s contributions spread confidence throughout his team, allowing them to go as far as they did. Indeed, in the 3 of the 4 of his 8 innings that the scored fewer than 30 runs, Whamo went on to lose. Every time he scored over 30 they won, bar the final.
OD Gipsies Man of the Series
Match 1 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 43 runs A disappointing KGB for the Gips. Signs of their undoubted brilliance throughout the tournament, but the depth wasn’t there to compete. Fraser Orme consistently produced with the bat though with three 50’s and a ton, averaging over 70 in the limited overs matches. Special mention too, to Mohammad who was superb in the ODers, but didn’t see enough action with the bat in the BT20 matches.
Match 2 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 235 runs
Match 3 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 8 wickets
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 130 runs Havit Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat King Havit by 10 wickets 279 runs at 69.8 were an impressive return for a team who finished with 6 defeats from 6. If any of Bradley Geel‘s teammates had made half as significant contributions then their team may have seen better fortunes. Sadly he was the only positive in yet another dismal performance from the only side to never have won this competition.
Match 6 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 51 runs
BT20
Match 1 King Whamo beat King Havit by 54 runs Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 2 runs 1 Orme Gips 353
Match 3 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 10 wickets 2 Earle Wham 347
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 9 wickets 3 Rocastle Wegi 323
Match 5 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 8 wickets 4 Gouda Wegi 310
Match 6 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 9 wickets 5 Booms Wegi 297
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Islam Wegi 17
W L W L 2 Kibisu Wegi 16
Wegi 3 0 3 0 18 3 Chick Wegi 14
Whamo 1 2 2 1 10 4 Middlebrook Wham 10
Gips 2 1 1 2 8 5 Indika / Rossouw Wham / Gips 9
Havit 0 3 0 3 0
Catches
Total Runs 4844 1 Gouda Wegi 9
Total Wickets 148 2 Burhenne / Islam / Tshifhiwa Wham / Wegi / Gips 5
Total 6’s 99 3 Mokoena / Fitzpatrick / Kibisu Wham / Havit / Wegi 4

King Gips Bowl XXII

BOWL WINNER Gloucester Gipsies Hosts: King Whamo
Runners Up King Whamo Gipsies Man of the Series
3rd Place King Havit Keith Gilbert – 23 wickets for the festival is a record in its current format. Only 2 of the greats have passed 20 wickets previously, Hoefakker and Duck, so that is testament to his achievment here. The only bowler to get on the honours board this year and took wickets against each opponent in all formats. Remarkable.
Spoon Wecester Gipsindies
FC Whamo Man of the Series
Final Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by an innings and 176 runs Scoring two centuries and finishing the tournament’s top scorer you can’t look beyond Sujith Weerasiri for Whamo’s man of the series. 362 runs at an average of 72.4 was a great effort. He was the only member of Whamo’s top order to put up some resistance in the grand final as well.
OD Havit Man of the Series
Match 1 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 8 wickets It was a tussle between the openers, Geel & Grimes. Both averaged 47 from their 6 innings, but Del Grimes top scored for Havit with 282 runs, compared to Geel’s 236.
Match 2 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 47 runs
Match 3 King Whamo beat King Havit by 6 wickets
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 10 wickets Wegi Man of the Series
Match 5 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 8 wickets Owen Nicoski – No contest here once again for Wegi. 323 runs for the only real shining light in this Wegi side. When others failed, Nico stuck to his task and produced the goods, 3 fifties, including two 90’s, he was unlucky not to register on the honours board for a 4th time.
Match 6 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 9 wickets
BT20
Match 1 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 9 wickets Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 152 runs 1 Weerasiri Wham 362
Match 3 King Whamo beat King Havit by 9 wickets 2 Nicoski Wegi 323
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 wickets 3 Conaghan Gips 308
Match 5 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 7 wickets 4 Earle Wham 293
Match 6 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 77 runs 5 Grimes Havit 282
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Gilbert Gips 23
W L W L 2 Grewcock Gips 17
Gips 3 0 3 0 18 3 Mungroo Wham 16
Whamo 2 1 2 1 12 4 Realeboha Gips 13
Havit 0 3 1 2 4 5 Indika Wham 10
Wegi 1 2 0 3 2
Catches
Total Runs 4082 1 Tshifhiwa Gips 17
Total Wickets 137 2 Amsterdam Wham 5
Total 6’s 110 3 Horwood / Khan Havit/Wegi 3

King Gips Bowl XXI

BOWL WINNER Gloucester Gipsies Hosts: Wecester Gipsindies
Runners Up King Whamo Gipsies Man of the Series
3rd Place Wecester Gipsindies Greg Grewcock – What can you say about this man that hasn’t already been said? Not a lot. He’s got everything and was once again the key man for the Gips as they claimed the most saught after prize in Battrick. Another 18 wickets, coming in all forms of the game. He took wickets in every match and both innings in the final. Always a threat, as he became the only the 3rd member of the 100 club. Truly remarkable.
Spoon King Havit
FC Whamo Man of the Series
Final Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by an innings and 59 runs Whamo had a very strong tournament, winning every single group game, before losing in the final to the Gips who they had beaten in both other formats. On both of those occasions it was the figures of Amith Kulatunga which stood out. In the final Whamo only got to bowl once, losing by an innings, but that didn’t stop ‘Kula’ being the star, recording the 5th best bowling performance of Bowl history with 7-84.
OD Wegi Man of the Series
Match 1 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 49 runs Bau Tori – His move away from Wegi saw a 10 year absence from the KGB. KGBX saw him amass exactly 100 runs. This time out, he struck 333, with two centuries coming in the OD matches. He was always seen as one for the future of this great competition, and it would appear, the future is finally here!
Match 2 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 214 runs
Match 3 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 140 runs
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 10 wickets Havit Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat King Havit by 373 runs This wasn’t a memorable series for Havit whose players found the standard far too high this time round. Only one person made it past 50 and that was Lediwa Taries with his 82* from 80 balls in the final game. He was in fact the only Havit player to make 3 scores of 20 or more in the tournament as he ended up with 175 runs at 43.8 in the 6 group games.
Match 6 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 runs
BT20
Match 1 King Whamo beat King Havit by 10 wickets Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 9 wickets 1 Mays Wham 424
Match 3 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 wickets 2 Rowland Wham 366
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 10 wickets 3 Tori Wegi 333
Match 5 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 1 run 4 Weerasiri Wham 311
Match 6 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 150 runs 5 Tshifhiwa Gips 305
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Grewcock Gips 18
W L W L 2 Kulatunga
Wham 18
Whamo 3 0 3 0 18 3 Realeboha Gips 14
Gips 2 1 2 1 12 4 Indika Wham 13
Wegi 1 2 1 2 6 5 Khan Gips 11
Havit 0 3 0 3 0
Catches
Total Runs 4068 1 Todd Wham 11
Total Wickets 154 2 Realeboha Gips 7
Total 6’s 73 3 Lucky / Tshifhiwa Gips 6

King Gips Bowl XX

BOWL WINNER Gloucester Gipsies Hosts: King Havit
Runners Up King Whamo Gipsies Man of the Series
3rd Place King Havit Greg Grewcock – The bowling attack of the Gipsies was always a huge threat and batsmen could never relax particularly when either Grewcock or Hardingham had the ball in hand. Hardingham would often do the hard work removing the top order batsmen, but Grewcock always took his opportunities. His effort v Whamo in the OD match was the the stand out performance of the festival.
Spoon Wecester Gipsindies
FC Whamo Man of the Series
Final Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 9 wickets Not a single Whamo match went by without Visvadinu Indika taking at least one wicket. His five wicket haul in the first innings of the final really set the game up for an exciting finish too. Weerasiri will feel hard done by having been the top scoring batsman of the tournament, but for consistency and doing it in the big moments, Indi was Whamo’s main man.
OD Havit Man of the Series
Match 1 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 10 wickets He only got to bat four times, but with an average of 68 in a team that lost 5 of its 6 games, and becoming only the third man to pass 3000 KGB runs, Johny Leenheer was the man to watch for the hosts this year.
Match 2 King Whamo beat King Havit by 6 wickets
Match 3 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 117 runs
Match 4 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies 3 wickets Wegi Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 85 runs Bau Tori – He was head and shoulders above his team mates. In the BT20 he racked up 3 half centuries and averaged over 200. He struggled to repeat that in the OD matches, possibly due to the additional pressure he faced as his teamates misfired!
Match 6 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 28 runs
BT20
Match 1 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 28 runs Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 wickets 1 Weerasiri Wham 388
Match 3 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 10 wickets 2 Tshifhiwa Gips 348
Match 4 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 9 runs 3 Conaghan Gips 311
Match 5 King Whamo beat King Havit by 12 runs 4 Tori Wegi 265
Match 6 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 9 runs 5 Tonge Wham 263
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Grewcock Gips 19
W L W L 2 Hardingham Gips 17
Gips 2 1 3 0 16 3 Indika Wham 15
Whamo 3 0 2 1 14 4 Chick Wham 11
Havit 0 3 1 2 4 5 Khan Gips 10
Wegi 1 2 0 3 2
Catches
Total Runs 4467 1 Tshifhiwa Gips 20
Total Wickets 133 2 Todd Wham 14
Total 6’s 96 3 Mansell Havit 6

King Gips Bowl XIX

BOWL WINNER King Whamo Hosts: Gloucester Gipsies
Runners Up King Havit Whamo Man of the Series
3rd Place Gloucester Gipsies With a tidy 450 runs, 115 more than then next highest scorer in the competition, look no further than Sujith Weerasiri for the winners’ man of the series! It was in the OD section that Whamo really began to turn heads in the tournament and his scores of 93 and 103 in 2 of the 3 games lead the way there. He then continued that form in the FC final with a score of 57 in the first innings (only losing out due to a mix up in the middle) and a superb 91 not out to lead Whamo to their first outright title for 5 years.
Spoon Wecester Gipsindies
FC Havit Man of the Series
Final King Whamo beat King Havit by 9 wickets King Havit produced 3 of the 5 best batsmen from this season’s tournament – the clubs best tournament to date. The 3 of them made up the most formidable top order in the competition and leading the way was Anton Pilz, with 335 runs at an average 55.8.
OD Gipsies Man of the Series
Match 1 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 6 runs Bernie Conaghan – despite only being involved in the BT20 stage of the festival, Conaghan was the stand out performer for the gips. 3 innings, 3 not outs including a century, 2 fifties and 16 maximums. Had he been available for the Oders you would imagine the Gips would have progressed. Special mention to Tshifhiwa who top scored for the Gips with 297 runs as well as 11 dismissals from behind the stumps.
Match 2 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 wickets
Match 3 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 9 wickets
Match 4 King Whamo beat King Havit by 6 wickets Wegi Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 174 runs Owen Nicoski – was one of few shining lights for Wegi. His departure mid-way through the festival left Wegi’s faint hopes in tatters. A match winning century against the Gips will stay in the memory for a long time and we all hope he will one day return to grace the KGB once more.
Match 6 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsindies by 116 runs
BT20
Match 1 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 9 wickets Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 7 wickets 1 Weerasiri Wham 450
Match 3 King Havit beat King Whamo by 6 runs 2 Pilz Havit 335
Match 4 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 10 wickets 3 Oconnor Havit 298
Match 5 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 1 run 4 Tshifhiwa Gips 297
Match 6 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 9 runs 5 Mansell Havit 260
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Indika Wham 12
W L W L 2 Gross Wham 10
Whamo 1 2 3 0 14 3 Makana Havit 10
Havit 1 2 2 1 10 4 Bowmaker Wham 9
Gips 2 1 1 2 8 5 Fitzpatrick Havit 9
Wegi 2 1 0 3 4
Catches
Total Runs 4333 1 Tshifhiwa Gips 11
Total Wickets 125 2 Todd Wham 11
Total 6’s 113 3 Mansell Havit 9

King Gips Bowl XVIII

BOWL WINNER Gloucester Gipsies Hosts: King Whamo
Runners Up King Whamo Gipsies Man of the Series
3rd Place Wecester Gipsindies Joshua Tshifhiwa – Amassing an exceptional 462 runs, with a match winning century in the FC final set him apart from his team mates. He also averaged over 160 in both limited overs formats and his overall performance, including 10 dismissals behind the stumps means this has to go down as one of the best festival debuts.
Spoon King Havit
FC Whamo Man of the Series
Final Gloucester Gipsies win by an innings and 66 runs This was an emotional tournament for greatest batsman in King Gip history. With Grady Hooper set to leave the club after the tournament he bowed out with another gong to his name. 363 runs got his team to the final and Hooper must have been wishing Darren Duck hadn’t left a few weeks earlier or the result could have been different. Talk is that both players will be back after a season of rejuvination for Whamo. Let’s hope so. The bowl isn’t the same without the two greatest.
OD Wegi Man of the Series
Match 1 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 9 runs Angus Appleton – Excelled once again with the bat. An incredible 414 runs for a team that managed just two wins. Four fifties and a ton from his 6 innings and his consistency is unparalleled across his festival rivals. He also became on the second batsmen of all time to pass 3,000 festival runs and will go down as one of the greatest players to represent a member of the King Gips Alliance
Match 2 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 65 runs
Match 3 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 8 wickets
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 1 run Havit Man of the Series
Match 5 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 9 wickets This was a disastrous campaign for Havit with just 1 win from 6. Buchanan performed as consistently as ever with decent contributions with bat and ball but it was opener Curtis Backstrom with 315 runs, including just missing out on two centuries in the OD games who caught the eye. If the rest of his teammates had performed to his standards I’m sure we wouldn’t be scraping the barrel with the wooden spoon to award this acolade.
Match 6 King Whamo beat King Havit by 8 wickets
BT20
Match 1 King Whamo beat King Havit by 3 runs Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 9 runs 1 Tshifhiwa Gips 462
Match 3 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 9 wickets 2 Appleton Wegi 414
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 10 wickets 3 Conaghan Gips 395
Match 5 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 10 wickets 4 Hooper Wham 363
Match 6 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 19 runs 5 Groves Wham 356
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Grewcock Gips 14
W L W L 2 Indika Wham 11
Gips 3 0 3 0 18 3 Barron Gips 10
Whamo 1 2 2 1 10 Hardingham Gips 10
Wegi 1 2 1 2 6 5 Bowmaker Wham 7
Havit 1 2 0 3 2
Catches
Total Runs 4863 1 Tshifhiwa Gips 8
Total Wickets 100 2 Mignon Wham 7
Total 6’s 97 3 Hardingham Gips 5

King Gips Bowl XVII

BOWL WINNER Gloucester Gipsies Hosts: Wecester Gipsindies
Runners Up King Havit Gipsies’ Man of the Series
3rd Place King Whamo Dave Talbot – In a KGB tipped to be a bowlers paradise, it was Talbot with the bat who truly shone. He took up the mantle after the departure of Prajeesh after the BT20 matches and pummelled four 50s and two centuries. Special mention to Hardingham, Ohanlon & GGJ who shared 35 wickets, but it was hard to split them, whereas Talbot’s run scoring set him aside from his team mates and was a major factor in them making the final and eventually taking the KGB!
Spoon Wecester Gipsindies
FC Havit Man of the Series
Final Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 10 wickets Averaging 70.7 with the bat, taking 6 wickets and making a significant contribution to each of the 3 games that Havit won, Garfield Buchanan played with a 36 year old’s head on a 26 year old’s body. His wickets took him in to the top 10 of the all time wicket takers lists and his runs have given him a platform to join the 1000 club next time round.
3rd Place Play off King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 143 runs
OD Whamo Man of the Series
Match 1 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 170 runs What a way to announce yourself on the King Gip stage. Signed on the morning of the first game of the tournament Gregg Cullip‘s debut saw him score a stunning unbeaten century. It was his teammates who let him down though as they lost that first match. This trend continued throughout the tournament with Cullip registering scores of 103*, 128*, 41, 41, 18 and 115 in the group stages and then 53 & 67 in the last ever Wooden Spoon FC play off. His average of 94.3, and topping the tournament run scoring chart, in a team that lost more games than they won was nothing short of remarkable.
Match 2 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 42 runs
Match 3 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 6 wickets
Match 4 King Havit beat King Whamo by 33 runs Wegi Man of the Series
Match 5 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 84 runs Ged Hollis – Just 6 runs short of 500 in his first KGB for Wegi having previously amassed 957 runs in the competition with The Gips, the opener provided his side with a solid start in many of their matches. His 8 innings provided four 50’s and a stunning century in the OD clash with runners-up Havit. Well played sir.
Match 6 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 7 wickets
BT20
Match 1 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 10 wickets Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 7 wickets 1 Cullip Wham 566
Match 3 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 10 wickets 2 Talbot Gips 500
Match 4 King Whamo beat King Havit by 16 runs 3 Hollis Wegi 494
Match 5 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 wickets 4 Monkhouse Havit 394
Match 6 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 43 runs Muckle Havit 394
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Indika Wham 14
W L W L 2 Hardingham Gips 12
Gips 2 1 3 0 16 Hoefakkar Wegi 12
Havit 1 2 2 1 10 Ohanlon Gips 12
Wegi 1 2 1 2 6 5 Grewcock Gips 11
Whamo 2 1 0 3 4
Catches
Total Runs 5763 1 Dunn Gips 11
Total Wickets 149 2 Findley Wham 9
Total 6’s 134 3 Ilaraki Gips 4

King Gips Bowl XVI

BOWL WINNER Wecester Gipsindies Hosts: King Havit
Runners Up King Havit Wegi Man of the Series
3rd Place Gloucester Gipsies Taskin Muhammed – Although, he failed to score big runs in the FC final, Muhammed’s form through the limited overs matches was pivotal in Wegi making it to the final. He hit 2 centuries and 3 fifties in his 5 innings, contributing to his 460 runs at an average of 115. Well played!
Spoon King Whamo
FC Havit Man of the Series
Final Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 9 wickets The only man to pass 500 runs in the tournament, Roger Scott-Reed takes the award for his 532 runs, most of which came in the short format games. Despite being the top Havit scorer in the FC final, his 38 runs in 2 innings weren’t enough to stop the dominant Wegi bowlers but 2 centuries and so close to hattrick with 97* in the othe OD game, cemented his place as batsman of the tournament.
3rd Place Play off Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 349 runs
OD Gipsies Man of the Series
Match 1 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 171 runs Greg Grewcock – When you look at the star performers in this Gipsies side, its hard to see past Grewcock. A further 10 wickets in this festival including 5 in the 3rd place play off that ensured the gips avoided the wooden spoon. There is a brilliant battle developing between GGJ, Buchs and Indi to move up towards the top of the leaderboard, and few would bet against GGJ topping that before his career comes to an end!
Match 2 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 7 wickets
Match 3 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 9 wickets
Match 4 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 113 runs Whamo Man of the Series
Match 5 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 7 wickets In a Whamo team stripped to the bone it was thought that only Hooper had any real chance of shining with the bat. And, although he did, he was outshone by youngster Dhiman Reza. At just 21 years of age, and without much of a team around him, to score 431 runs and make it in to the top 3 of the tournament was nothing short of remarkable. Whether his best moment was the one ton he got or making it on to the bowling leaderboard with a wicket we’ll let him decide.
Match 6 King Havit beat King whamo by 190 runs
BT20
Match 1 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 95 runs Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 King Havit beat King Whamo by 122 runs 1 Roger Scott-reed Havit 532
Match 3 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 9 wickets 2 Muhammed Wegi 460
Match 4 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 14 runs 3 Reza Wham 431
Match 5 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 10 wickets 4 Prajesh Wegi 412
Match 6 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 10 wickets 5 Hooper Wham 410
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Shirley Wegi 13
W L W L 2 Buchanan Havit 12
Wegi 3 0 2 1 14 3 Boosey Wegi 10
Havit 2 1 2 1 12 4 Grewcock Gips 10
Gips 1 2 2 1 10 5 McKinley Wegi 10
Whamo 0 3 0 3 0
Catches
Total Runs 5462 1 Huijser Wegi 10
Total Wickets 152 2 Dunn Gips 6
Total 6’s 127 3 Blissett Gips 5

King Gips Bowl XV

A memorable festival of cricket that saw a shared bowl for the first time first time in the current format. The 2 founding clubs, showing they are still to be reckoned with. The Gips so close to achieving what looked impossible this time last season, but coming up just short of victory in the end. Havit once again failing to live up to their billing as favourites and in desperate need of change. Wegi showed flashes of their brilliance as well as having the player of the tournament in their ranks as Huijser smashed 672 runs. His 4 inscriptions on the honours board contributed to a total of 18 for this years festival.

This festival saw Darren Duck become the first bowler to take 100 King Gip wickets while Grady Hooper became the first batsman to pass 3000 King Gip runs.

This year also saw the most runs in KGB history with 6339 as well as the most maximums with 140. Its the first time that we have seen over 100 since the last time that the festival was played at the Gardens, leading to suggestions that the Gips should lengthen the boundaries?

BOWL WINNER Gloucester Gipsies & King Whamo Hosts: Gloucester Gipsies
Runners Up Gipsies Man of the Series
3rd Place Wecester Gipsindies Vince Ohanlon – his bowling deserved so much more than the 17 wickets he managed. He was the main man in the final, with his 9 wickets almost leading the Gipsies to a famous victory. His strike and economy rates in the final really set him apart from any other bowler in the festival and I’m sure the narrow miss on claiming the trophy will inspire him to push harder in future to claim his first winners medal.
Spoon King Havit
FC Whamo Man of the Series
Final Match Drawn Small was impressive in the opening games, but as the tournament went on so the leading run scorer in King Gip history grew in stature. His 128 in the OD game v Wegi ensured Whamo would get to the final in place of their opponents and then his two hundreds in the final were the key to Whamo sharing the spoils. Grady Hooper, without doubt took the award with 534 runs.
3rd Place Play off Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 9 wickets
OD Wegi Man of the Series
Match 1 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 29 runs Freddie Huijser – his 672 runs came at an extraordinary average, with opposition bowlers managing to dismiss him just 3 times in 8 innings. His 4 centuries in his debut KGB have etched his name amongst the elite in festival history and fans from all 4 teams will be looking to him with heightened expectations for years to come. He also took 10 dismissals in the tournament (7 catches & 3 stumpings).
Match 2 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 7 wickets
Match 3 King Whamo beat King Havit by 7 wickets
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 7 wickets Havit Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 8 wickets It’s not easy to pick a winner in a team that only won one game throughout the tournament. Lenheer top scored, but it’s Garfield Buchanen who takes this prize. His 5 wickets were key in the one game Havit won and he was the only player to put up any fight in the Spoon final – the only man to pass 50 in both innings, including 72* in the first. The future is bright for this young man and Havit will hope he can spur on future generations to help the team realise their massive potential in this competition.
Match 6 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 10 wickets
BT20
Match 1 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 7 runs Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 9 runs 1 Huijser Wegi 672
Match 3 King Whamo beat King Havit by 24 runs 2 Hooper Wham 534
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 7 wickets 3 Prajeesh Gips 397
Match 5 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 9 wickets 4 Small Wham 388
Match 6 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 7 wickets 5 Leenheer Havit 364
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Ohanlon Gips 17
W L W L 2 Duck Wham 11
Whamo 1 2 3 0 14 3 Hoefakker Wegi 11
Gips 3 0 1 2 10 4 Mcginn Wegi 10
Wegi 2 1 1 2 8 5 Buchanan Havit 10
Havit 0 3 1 2 4
Catches
Total Runs 6339 1 Huijser Gips 6
Total Wickets 121 2 Bignot Whamo 5
Total 6’s 140 3 Dunn Wegi 4

King Gips Bowl XIV

BOWL WINNER King Whamo Hosts: King Whamo
Runners Up Wecester Gipsindies Whamo Man of the Series
3rd Place King Havit It’s hard to look beyond Grady Hooper for the winner’s player of the tournament. He may have scored fewer runs than Bosnar, but arguably his came at more important times. Added to that the club legend had to deputise with the ball throughout the tournament. Having never done it before his contribution as 5th bowler could well have been the difference between making the final or not. Taking 5 wickets in the shorter formats was 5 beyond what was expected and he managed to keep his run-rate at a decent level. Nobody would have predicted that a team going in to a King Gip Bowl with only 4 bowlers could win it. Hoops proved the world wrong.
Spoon Gloucester Gipsies
FC Wegi Man of the Series
Final King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 133 runs Lehlohonolo – his performances in the OD matches make him stand out from the rest. The century against Havit was pivotal in Wegi qualifying for the final. He managed 3 fifties and 2 tons on his way to 496 KGB runs this year, agonisingly short of joining the 500 club.
Wooden Spoon King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 634 runs
OD Havit Man of the Series
Match 1 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 7 wickets Perhaps distracted by the mid-Bowl qualifier that they had to navigate, Havit really underperformed as favourites of this tournament. As such there was no real stand out individual over the course of the tournament. Leading run scorers and wicket takers got the bulk of their runs against the still-weakened Gipsies. Therefore this year’s award goes to Garfield Buchanen -at just 22 years of age he recorded the best ever figures in festival history. His economic bowling was also the reason that Havit won their all important second match against Wegi. The fact it went downhill from there can’t be pinned on this youngster with the world at his feet.
Match 2 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 317 runs
Match 3 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 252 runs
Match 4 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 8 wickets Gipsies Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat King Havit by 9 wickets Khan – A shining light for the Gipsies at just 20 years of age as they start to take strides towards returning to their former glories. 8 wickets were gained and his figures of 3 for 44 and 2 for 43 against Whamo and Havit respectively showed he is capable of competing at the highest level.
Match 6 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 354 runs
BT20
Match 1 King Whamo beat King Havit by 8 wickets Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 10 wickets 1 Roger Scott-reed Havit 568
Match 3 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 wickets 2 Lehlohonolo Wegi 496
Match 4 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 10 wickets 3 Applewood Wegi 461
Match 5 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 9 wickets 4 Leenheer Havit 452
Match 6 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 11 runs 5 Bosnar Wham 450
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Villiers Whamo 15
W L W L 2 Duck Whamo 13
Wegi 1 2 3 0 14 3 Hoefakker Wegi 13
Whamo 3 0 1 1 10 4 Palliyaguruge Whamo 12
Havit 2 1 1 1 8 5 Nel / Vupulla Havit 11
Gips 0 3 0 3 0
Catches
Total Runs 4996 1 Lovatt Wegi 9
Total Wickets 154 2 Small Whamo 9
Total 6’s 90 3 Abubakar Havit 6

King Gips Bowl XIII

BOWL WINNER Wecester Gipsindies Hosts: Wecester Gipsindies
Runners Up King Whamo Wegi Man of the Series
3rd Place King Havit Elmer Hoefakker – with 8 wickets in the final, including the top 3 Whamo batsmen and 21 overall his impact was huge.
Spoon Gloucester Gipsies
FC Whamo Man of the Series
Final Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 8 wickets Whamo looked like they might get a hattrick of Bowls this year but it all came undone in the final. It’s very hard to choose a player of the tournament with Hooper and Leary being evenly matched with the bat, and Duck and Palliyaguruge equally so with the ball. But for his overall performance across the 3 matches against the eventual champions coupled with making it to the top of the all time run scorer list, this award goes to Grady Hooper.
Wooden Spoon
King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 591 runs
OD Havit Man of the Series
Match 1 King Whamo beat King Havit by 10 wickets Roger Scott-Reed produced an individual display of pure brilliance throughout this tournament. To get a King Gip Bowl century is something special. To get 2 is outstanding. To get 5 (FIVE) in a maximum 8 innings is nothing short of monumental. The day that record gets beaten I’ll eat my hat. His total of 690 runs was the second highest in festival history, at an average of 115.
Match 2 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 350 runs
Match 3 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 14 runs
Match 4 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 288 runs Gipsies Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 10 wickets Vic Fernandes – Its hard to see past this KGB legend. He racked up a further 132 runs this festival, becoming the first man to pass 2000 festival runs.
Match 6 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 9 wickets
BT20
Match 1 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 15 runs Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 10 wickets 1 Roger Scott-reed Havit 690
Match 3 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 18 runs 2 Leenheer Havit 518
Match 4 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 10 wickets 3 Lovatt Wegi 444
Match 5 King Whamo beat King Havit by 35 runs 4 Leary Whamo 419
Match 6 Wecester Gipsindies beat Gloucester Gipsies by 154 runs 5 Hooper Whamo 413
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Hoefakker Wegi 21
W L W L 2 Palliyaguruge Whamo 15
Whamo 3 0 3 0 18 3 Duck Whamo 14
Wegi 1 2 2 1 10 4 Sekgoma Wegi 13
Havit 2 1 1 2 8 5 Nel Havit 11
Gips 0 3 0 3 0
Catches
Total Runs 4831 1 Lovatt Wegi 15
Total Wickets 151 2 Allaway Whamo 8
Total 6’s 98 3 Abubakar Havit 8

King Gips Bowl XII

WINNER King Whamo Hosts: King Havit
Runners Up King Havit Whamo Man of the Series
3rd Place Gloucester Gipsies & Wecester Gispindies A really close one this between the tournament’s greatest ever bowler, Daren Duck, and the cavalier Tony Bosnar. Duck’s mighty haul of 21 wickets would normally take the prize but with many of them coming against tail enders while Bos’ big innings came when it mattered most, it is the latter who scoops the prize for his 609 runs.
4th Place
FC Havit Man of the Series
Final King Whamo beat King Havit by 134 runs An extremely tough decision this one – such was Havit’s team ethic in this year’s Bowl that if I could I’d choose the ‘team’ with all players pulling their weight in the first ever appearance in the Grand Final for a franchise team. However, I’m going to plump for Brad Jongikhaya. He scored fewer runs than Jacob Lawrence and at a slightly lower average but he had the disadvantage of not being able to bat in either match against the weakend Gips. Added to that he scored the runs when it counted – steering the team to victories – as well as being one of only two (along with Cassim Mohammed) to put up a fight in the Grand Final.
Wooden Spoon
Gloucester Gipsies drew with Wecester Gipsindies
OD Wegi Man of the Series
Match 1 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 10 wickets Lehlohonolo – with 403 runs in the limited overs formats of the game, including 2 centuries and a 94, the crowd could not believe that he was dropped for the 3rd place play-off. Big runs when they mattered and surely would have topped the scoring charts had he played.
Match 2 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 22 runs
Match 3 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 9 wickets
Match 4 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 7 runs Gipsies Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat King Havit by 23 runs Zibi – Alvin rolled back the years in the FC 3rd place play off and took his totals for the festival to 14 wickets and 275 runs in the process. Performing the double, double with a five-for and century in each innings. Remarkable! Fernandes unlucky to miss out.
Match 6 Wecester Gipsindies beat Glos Gipsies by 295 runs
BT20
Match 1 Wecester Gipsindies beat Glos Gipsies by 210 runs Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 King Whamo beat King Havit by 9 wickets 1 Bosnar Whamo 609
Match 3 King Havit beat Gloucester Gipsies by 141 runs 2 Fernandes Gipsies 520
Match 4 Wecester Gipsindies beat King Whamo by 7 wickets 3 Appleton Wegi 441
Match 5 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 10 wickets 4 Lehlohonolo Wegi 403
Match 6 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 178 runs 5 Lunt Wegi 380
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Duck Whamo 21
W L W L 2 Palliyaguruge Whamo 15
King Whamo* 2 1 2 1 12 3 Zibi Gipsies 14
King Havit* 2 1 2 1 12 4 Vuppula Havit 13
Wegi* 2 1 2 1 12 5 Beech / Rankine Havit / Wegi 11
Gloucester Gipsies 0 3 0 3 0
*With points level the positions were decided by wickets taken. Catches
Total Runs 6080 1 Tareen Whamo 11
Total Wickets 162 2 Abubakar Havit 9
Total 6’s 99 3 Phahamo Gipsies 5

King Gips Bowl XI

WINNER King Whamo Hosts: Gloucester Gipsies
Runners Up Gloucester Gipsies Whamo Man of the Series
3rd Place Wecester Gipsindies Bosnar – Star of the Bt20 series with 2 match winnings innings, star of the OD series with a more than run-a-ball 92 and a match winning 136* against the Gipsies, and star of the grand final with 56 and the telling 94 which guided Whamo to their famous Bowl victory.
4th Place King Havit
FC Date Gipsies Man of the Series
Final King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 7 wickets 30th Apr 2014 van der Meeren – For a King Gips Bowl debutant, he performed remarkably well. He was phenomenal in the BT20 competition and then again came to the party for the FC. Had he also been able to play his part in the OD matches, then you would think he would have top scored for the competition.
Wooden Spoon Wecester Gipsindies beat King Havit by 191 runs 30th Apr 2014
OD Date Wegi Man of the Series
Match 1 King Whamo beat Gloucester Gipsies by 24 runs 26th Apr 2014 Sishayi – His brilliance in the FC match helped secure Wegi their only win of this years competition as well as third place. 12 wickets in the bowl is an excellent haul and him and Hoefakker really were the difference between Wegi & Havit in the third place play off.
Match 2 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 runs 26th Apr 2014
Match 3 King Whamo beat King Havit by 158 runs 27th Apr 2014
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 wickets 27th Apr 2014 Havit Man of the Series
Match 5 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 wickets 28th Apr 2014 Lawrence – He averaged 79.5 with his 3 solid innings in the BT20 series and went on to better that with an average of 101 in his 3 OD innings, including a superb 117* in the tight victory against Wegi. Scores of just 24 and 27 in the Wooden Spoon playoff were only bettered by Mohammed as Havit failed on the big stage for a second year running. But over the whole tournament he was their standout performer.
Match 6 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 9 wickets 28th Apr 2014
BT20 Date
Match 1 King Whamo beat Wecester Gipsindies by 8 wickets 22nd Apr 2014 Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Havit by 9 wickets 22nd Apr 2014 1 Bosnar Whamo 551
Match 3 Gloucester Gipsies beat Wecester Gipsindies by 48 runs 23rd Apr 2014 2 Hooper Whamo 423
Match 4 King Whamo beat King Havit by 9 wickets 23rd Apr 2014 3 Lawrence Havit 412
Match 5 King Havit beat Wecester Gipsindies by 11 runs 24th Apr 2014 4 van der Meeren Gipsies 391
Match 6 Gloucester Gipsies beat King Whamo by 10 runs 24th Apr 2014 5 Appleton Wegi 362
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Nordien Whamo 14
W L W L 2 Sishayi Wegi 12
King Whamo 2 1 3 0 16 3 = Belcon Gipsies 8
Gloucester Gipsies 3 0 2 1 14 3 = Sangha Whamo 8
King Havit 1 2 1 2 6 5 Sainsbury Whamo 7
Wecester Gipsindies 0 3 0 3 0
Catches
Total Runs 5992 1 = Balindlela Wegi 12
Total Wickets 123 1 = Tareen Whamo 12
Total 6’s 131 3 Zakaullah Gipsies 4

King Gips Bowl X

WINNER Gloucester Gipsies Hosts: King Whamo
Runners Up King Whamo Gipsies Man of the Series
3rd Place Wecester Gipsindies O’Brien – He’s had a phenomenal festival with the bat. He hasn’t scored less than 50 in any of his 8 innings. Our bowlers had plans for him, but he adapted brillaintly to counter those plans and hit us hard every time. He really was the difference between the Gips and everyone else this year.
4th Place King Havit
FC Date Winner Whamo Man of the Series
Final King Whamo v Gloucester Gipsies 9th Jan 2014 Gips Bosnar – Averaging 77.5 across the tournament, the opener scored runs consistently throughout. His thunderous 94* from 85 balls in the second innings of the grand final took Whamo to the brink of victory and he was more than happy to sacrifice the glory of a Grand Final century in order for the team to declare to push for the win.
Wooden Spoon King Havit v Wecester Gipsindies 9th Jan 2014 Wegi
OD Date Winner Wegi Man of the Series
Match 1 Gloucester Gipsies v King Whamo 4th Jan 2014 Gips Hoefakker – He took a little while to get going in the festival and didn’t look a threat in the BT20 matches. OD he improved and was the most succesful bowler in that format, but it was the FC match where he came into his own. Match figures of 12 for 82 were unrivalled and he blew our batsmen away.
Match 2 King Havit v Wecester Gipsindies 4th Jan 2014 Havit
Match 3 King Whamo v King Havit 5th Jan 2014 Wham
Match 4 Wecester Gipsindies v Gloucester Gipsies 5th Jan 2014 Gips Havit Man of the Series
Match 5 Wecester Gipsindies v King Whamo 6th Jan 2014 Wham Jongikhaya – With cennturies in both the BT20 and OD phases of the competition as well as making the match’s top score in the FC Wooden Spoon play off it’s impossible to look any further than Brad for this award.
Match 6 King Havit v Gloucester Gipsies 6th Jan 2014 Gips
BT20 Date Winner
Match 1 King Whamo v Wecester Gipsindies 30th Dec 2013 Wham Leading Run Scorers
Match 2 Gloucester Gipsies v King Havit 31st Dec 2013 Gips 1 O’Brien Gipsies 706
Match 3 King Havit v King Whamo 1st Jan 2014 Wham 2 Bosnar Whamo 465
Match 4 Gloucester Gipsies v Wecester Gipsindies 1st Jan 2014 Gips 3 Hollis Gipsies 450
Match 5 Wecester Gipsindies v King Havit 2nd Jan 2014 Havit 4 Sedgwick Whamo 430
Match 6 King Whamo v Gloucester Gipsies 2nd Jan 2014 Gips 5 Jongikhaya Havit 402
League Table Leading Wicket Takers
BT20 OD Total Points 1 Hoefakker Wegi 17
W L W L 2 Mountney Havit 13
Gloucester Gipsies 3 0 3 0 18 3 Sangha Whamo 9
King Whamo 2 1 2 1 12 4 Moketsie Havit 8
King Havit 1 2 1 2 6 5 Vuppula Havit 8
Wecester Gipsindies 0 3 0 3 0
Catches
Total Runs 6208 1 Todd Havit 11
Total Wickets 128 2 Tareen Whamo 8
Total 6’s 110 3 Balindlela Wegi 5

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And click here for results of the 6 HavGip tournaments before they became part of the King Gips Bowl.