Matamata Swifts 5-a-side Matamata Domain Thursday, November 12 6pm Dark Knights v Waikato Studs, Jolly Farmers v Hugh and His Hoes, Two Generations v Booze Bros, War Machine v Killer B’s; 6.15pm Begovich Builders v Force 5, Farr Q’s v Comag Crushers, Kings Spectacle v Coragator Maggots, MmmDon’t Think So v Matamata Askals, Native Ways v The Stayers; 6.30pm Fez Kebab FC v Mad Dogs, Gordon v Thunderhammers, Henry’s Sh*tkickers #2 v Morrsplinters, The Clan v Henry’s Sh*t Kickers, Unathletico United v Dicko’s; 6.45pm Booze Bros v Dark Knights, Comag Crushers v Coragator Maggots, Jolly Farmers v War Machine, Killer B’s v Hugh and His Hoes, Waikato Studs v Two Generations; 7pm Farr Q’s v Native Ways, Force 5 v MmmDon’t Think So, Kings Spectacle v The Stayers, Matamata Askals v Begovich Builders, Unathletico United v Henry’s Sh*tkickers #2; 7.15pm Henry’s Sh*t Kickers v Gordon, Mad Dogs v Thunderhammers, Morrsplinters v Dicko’s, The Clan v Fez Kebab FC. partners and friends, went to the Matamata RSA for dinner. This get together was also an opportunity to farewell Nancy Kidner who is shortly going to the South Island to live near her family. Nancy has been a good worker in the club. She will be remembered for being tournament secretary for many seasons and mostly giving us a full green. Club rollups have continued on Thursdays and Saturdays at 9.30am. Thursdays being the club’s offical day (with two periods) there is a variety of programme each time. weekends of T20 games. Away at Leamington they played Otorohanga and Te Awamutu. Batting first against Otorohanga they posted a respectable 129 in the 20 overs, only to have the opposition chase it down in the last ball of the 20th over. Against Te Awamutu, they bowled first and took wickets regularly. Te Awamutu managed 123 in their 20 overs. Ian Marshalls’ four overs, two wickets and only 13 runs were the best, although wickets were well shared around. Chasing, again it was a close one with the last wicket falling with two balls to spare and 121 runs posted. Kyle Van Waveren, carrying an injury, top scored with 28. Home the following weekend, it was Morrinsville first up. Batting first, Hinuera put 145 on the board, made up of contributions from most of the eight batters used. Top score was Anthony Sewell with 37. A hard hitting opener in Brendon Revell scored 67 and was supported by Rhys McCarthy to see them chase the total down once again with two balls to spare. Best of the bowlers was Andrew Tiddy with four overs, two for 15. With three close games, a much needed win was the target with Pirongia next. Pirongia was bowled out in the 20th for 88 with the best bowler young spinner Blake Robinson who finished with four overs and three for 11. Hinuera only needed to use six batters and 15 overs to chase this down.