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Back to 2009 fixtures  

Cup 2nd round:
Chats Palace v Tufnell Parkians

Thursday 2 July 2009, Victoria Park
Tufnell Parkians won by 6 wickets

Chats Palace lost the toss and were put into bat

Chats Palace: 109 for 7 in 14 overs
Rory Okker 59 no
Billy Willson 3 wickets
Mungo Benson 2 wickets

Tufnell Parkians: 110 for 1 in 10 overs
Dominic Stabb 51 N.O.
Mungo Benson 37 N.O.

Tufnell Parkians belied their poor league record to register an emphatic win.

Chats Palace's Rory Okker was the only batsman to play with any confidence, and did well to register 109 runs, against fine accurate bowling.

Despite an excellent fielding performance from Sam (can't bat-can't bowl) Hickey, a fine opening partnership of almost 100 led Tufnell Parkians to a fine and comfortable victory

Submitted by Gary Horsman of Chats Palace

Tufnell Parkians' not knowing the rules of the game was a slight hinderance at points to the smooth running of the game, but the sportsmanship of Palace meant the game could be played in good spirit.

A quick hat trick of wickets for Willson at the start of Palace's innings meant Tufnell got to a good start, but the stepping in of their Aussie Slogger (Okker), who got a swift 50, meant Palace were in with a fighting chance.

Tufnell's lethal opening partnership of Stabb and Benson proved to be too much for Palace and Tufnell sealed what ended up a relatively comfortable win.

Submitted by Dominic Stabb of Tufnell Parkians

 

 

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