Bromsgrove Cricket Club
Fifty50 Club Winners
August: Greg Johnson £100, Alan Rowan £20, David Thurbon £10
July: Carolyn Ellis £100, Mike Clements £20, Barry Hope £10
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|Jayden Levitt (top) and Alexei Kervezee piled on the runs for Bromsgrove as they defated Leamington Spa by 190 runs. Kervezee's run of good form continued as he hit 61 but Levitt was the star with an unbeaten 137 as the Boars posted 348. In reply Nick Husbands took 4/51 as the visitors were dismissed for 158.
The 2nd XI kept up their slim hopes of promotion with a 5 wicket victory at Berkswell. The home team batted first and were restricted to 189 with 3 wickets a piece from Ben Johnson and Tom Russell. Lewis Cordes (bottom) and Dave Collins saw the Boars home, Cordes finished unbeaten on 49 and Colins on 30.
|The 3rd XI shared a rare tie with Hanley Castle. Hanley racked up 245 on a difficult wicket with Josh Searle taking 4/51. Mike Bennison (89) and Henry Dwyer (57) looked to be making easy work of the chase but when both were dismissed, Bromsgrove limped to 245 but not beyond.
Old Vigornians made light work of chasing the Cavaliers 145. Charlie Cordes took 2 early wickets but it was not enough as the Vigs cantered home with 20 overs to spare.
St. Godwalds Road | Aston Fields | Bromsgrove B60 3BW
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