Bromsgrove Cricket Club
|The 1st XI travelled to Attock on Saturday and batting first were dismissed for just 100. Ash Newfield made 29 and Ryan Pedley (pictured top) battled to 25 but there was very little support along the way. Attock required just 20 overs to reach victory for the loss of just 2 wickets.
No mistakes for the 2nd XI who made 212 thanks to Mark Bilbrough (60) and skipper Jules Court who top scored with 65. Alistair Hickman took 5 wickets as Sutton were dismissed for just 97 with 33 of those runs coming from wides and no balls.
|The 3rd XI faced their toughest challenge of the season so far when they hosted promotion candidates Kempsey. Batting first we battled to 194 all out in the 48th over. Henry Dwyer top scored with a brave 53. Kempsey reached the target in the 41st over just 2 wickets down thanks to 72 from Lance Ohren.
It sounds like the 4ths played on a great batting track over at Chaddesley. Their hosts scored 195 for the loss of just 4 wickets thanks to a great restrictive spell of 3/23 from John Lake. In reply Ian Ingram scored 65 but fellow opener Tom Hope (pictured bottom) eclipsed him with 76 not out as he and Charlie Cordes (48 not out) secured a 9 wicket victory.
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Mon-Fri: 6:30pm - 11:00pm
Saturday: 11:30am - 7:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm - 7:00pm
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