In their final match of the season the Lymington Under 13 team ended with a convincing victory over Hythe & Dibden. Batting first Lymington opened with Elliott Lindsay-Wood (31) and Jonny Young (15) who put on 61 before the first wicket fell with the former showing his batting potential by retiring on the obligatory 30. James Winderam (11) and Tom Hill (14 not out) also showing their potential batting well. Adam Boynton was dismissed cheaply and with Matt Boynton not out the Lymington innings finished on 105 for 3 after 18 overs.
In reply Hythe & Dibden were soon in trouble against the opening attack of Dominic Young ( 3 overs 2 for 5) and Aidan Lindsay-Wood (2 overs 0 for 5). Opener M Head (16 not out) carried his bat while wickets fell at the other end. James Winderam ( 2 overs 1 for 8), Tom Hill ( 2 overs 0 for 10), Matt Boynton (2 overs 1 for 4), Cameron McKeon ( 2 overs 1 for 7) all bowled well but Charlie Kinsella ( 3 overs 3 for 8) was the most successful. Jonny Young kept well behind the stumps and the fielding was excellent with Dominic Young taking a superb catch.
Although an unsuccessful campaign this year after winning everything last year Manager/Coach Tony Thorp stated that with Elliott Lindsay-Wood's back problem his bowling attack was reduced somewhat and the unfortunate accident to his son all-rounder Will Thorp kept him out of the side for the season. Quite a few of the players are still eligible next year and some of the team are already playing mens cricket in the Lymington 4th team captained by Mark Gannaway.