Lymington discovered an unusual benefit to running a thriving Colt's section - being able to call up a host of parents to help out the fourth team on aweekend when there were many unavailabilities. This did result in the rather curious case of bowlers comparing how long ago they had last bowled, and similarly with the batting. In light of this fact, the home side were left unsure whether they were pleased with Camelot's 254 or not. The general consensus was "it could have been worse". All the bowlers picked up wickets,
including Tom Quigley (not bowled for 25 years) and Lee Moors (or wheeled
away a full 12 overs). The most successful bowler, however, was Mark
Looking for batting points, Lymington lost early wickets to B Jerram (2-29) and then the runs dried up completely with G Royal (3-12) in the attack. After the dismissal of Mark Gannaway (31) the run scoring was left to Ian
Fisher (26) and Nick Haining (14no).