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League of Ordinary Gentlemen v
Tower Hamlets College     

Tuesday 25 May 2010, Victoria Park
Tower Hamlets College won by 26 runs

League of Ordinary Gentlemen won the toss and chose to field first

League of Ordinary Gentlemen: 121 for 7 in 13.5 overs
Mike Scanlon 52 not out
Jack Errington 30
Afzol 2-0-6-4
Rahul 2.5-0-11-2

Tower Hamlets College: 147 for 4 in 16 overs
Tofizul 52 retired
Rahol 29
John Dignan 3-0-17-2

Having been put into bat, Tower Hamlets College got off to a brisk start, and reached 100-1 in the 11th over before opener Tofizul (52) had to retire having reached his half century. Tofizul's retirement led to the fall of three quick wickets, including Rahol (29), with two wickets falling to John Dignan, one of which led the stumps literally being broken.

However from 110-4 in the 13th over, Tower Hamlets recovered to finish on 147-4. The League of Ordinary Gentleman also got off to an excellent start in their innings, with Mike Scanlon (52 not out) and Jack Errington (30) putting on 70 for the third wicket. However from 99-1 in the 10th over, Errington s dismissal led to a collapse, led by Afjol who finished with excellent figures of 2-0-6-4.

The fall of quick wickets was compounded by Scanlon having to retire on reaching his half century, and though he returned to the crease at the fall of the 6th wicket, he could only add a further single to his score before the innings ended, with the League of Ordinary Gentleman being bowled out for 121 and Tower Hamlets College winning by 26 runs. - Daniel Selby

Submitted by Daniel Selby of League of Ordinary Gentlemen and Daniel Searle of Tower Hamlets College

 

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