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Tower Cavaliers v Wrong'uns      

Monday 5 July 2010, Victoria Park
Tower Cavaliers won by 80 runs

Tower Cavaliers won the toss and chose to bat first

Tower Cavaliers: 169 for 3 in 16 overs
Abbas RIZLA Rizvi 51 not out
Stuart BEARDO Onslow 50 not out
Ames 2-25
Parker 1-38

Wrong'uns: 89 for 7 in 15 overs
Bobby 23 not out
Simon 31
Steve McQUEEN Williams 4-0-3-26
Andrew DEADLY Dickson 4-0-2-19

Hoorah! The TC's finally arise from their record breaking slump! Underacheiving Tower Cavaliers won the toss and elected to put willow to leather on a balmy July evening in Victoria Park. After losing their openers, Steve MCQUEEN Williams and keeper Kenneth Marshall(LAW) for scores of 3 and 1 respectively, it took the formidable hairy legend Stuart BEARDO Onslow and the languid and fluid Abbas RIZLA Rizvi to light the joint up in spectacular fashion.

They noched up a half centuries and headed to the retirement home for the likes of the good Doctor Johnson, King Duncan and Master Maroof Ahmed to clear the decks... 169-3. The Wrong Un's kept their heads above water as much as the TC's alowed. The downfall being the regular wickets taken by the Andrew DEADLY Dickson 3-19 & Steve McQUEEN Williams 3-26. Bad luck the the WRONG UN's..and well the TC's...after three sickening defeats, we are back on the road again! That long and winding road.. Godspeed, Alkesh LORD LUCAN Soalnki. - Alkesh Solanki

Played in good spirit, Tower Cavs' being deserved winners, setting a decent total to 'chase'. Openers went for 3 between them and damage limitation set in about half way through, as we about as threatening to their score as Emily Heskey. - Allan Young

Submitted by Alkesh Solanki of Tower Cavaliers

 

 

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