Match Report - Under 11b - 30th May 2004
Langley Manor v Lymington - by Mark Gannaway

Side Batting First: Langley Manor 299
Side Batting Second: Lymington 'B' 217

Despite a wicket in the first over from Philip Newton, the Langley batsman dominated proceedings, and not one more wicket fell as a dominating total was posted. The Lymington innings was notable for the unusual event of a batsman being caught after the ball had become wedged in the grill of the wicketkeepers helmet. Other than two late boundaries from Tom Griffiths (8) the batsmen struggled for runs, but the attitude and commitment was much improved on their previous performance.


 
 
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