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Back to 2009 fixtures  

London Wanderers v London Fields

Wednesday 27 May 2009, Victoria Park
London Wanderers won by 77 runs

London Wanderers won the toss and chose to bat first

London Wanderers: 163 for 4 in 16 overs
Rob Morgan 51no
Greg Munday 36
Howie Shearing 26
Dave Krohn 2/24 off 3 overs
Dave 1/35 off 4
Chris 1/34 off 4

London Fields: 86 for 6 in 11.1 overs
Robin Friend 37
Will 11
Dave 11
Riv Monsell 2/18 off 4
Chris Connell 2/27 off 4
Greg Munday 1/9 off 1.1

Wanderers won the toss and batted. London Fields had a lot of fielding to do with seven players, and Wanderers made good runs from the start with an opening partnership from Morgan (51no) and Shearing (26).

Munday (36) and the lower order kept the scoreboard ticking over, Wanderers ending with 163. London fields bowled well with Dave II (2/24) Dave (1/34) but the spare spot in the field made their work hard.

Their run chase started with a run out in the first over - the non-striker didn't face a ball. Ouch. Robin F batted fantastically, really hitting the ball well for his 37.

The rest of them hit a few around, but never got going properly. Connell (2/27) and Monsell (2/18) bowled very well. Munday took two catches, which for him is a good season.

Submitted by Rob Morgan of London Wanderers

A man down and well beat after a spirited fielding performance. I hope the Man Utd fans at the club are happy now. Wanderers are a great bunch, I wish them the best for the season.

Submitted by Chris Skinner of London Fields

 

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