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Chats Palace v Tufnell Parkians

Wednesday 28 July 2010, Victoria Park
Match tied

Chats Palace won the toss and chose to field first

Tufnell Parkians: 161 for 4 in 16 overs
Domonic Stabb 50 retired n.o.
Robbie Sachs 47
James Harper 31
Austin Downing 2 overs 3 for 11

Chats Palace: 161 for 6 in 16 overs
Lawrence Hutchinson 42
Rory Byrne 27
John Saunders-Griffiths 23
Suheil 4 overs 3 for 16

After the previous week's low scoring affair, battling against the bouncy pitch three 3 and extravangant ball, this week's Chats Palace produced a high scoring tie on the benign pitch 3, with a more sedately behaving ball.

Tufnell Parkians batted really well, albeit against a ragged fielding display by Chats Palace. Austin Downing made a difference when brought into the attack, taking 3 for 11 from two overs, whilst Chats' fielding and spirit improved correspondingly, with Lawrence Hutchinson taking a couple of fine catches.

Still, 161 was an above par target for Chats Palace's expectations. However, Chats Palace responded with a discipline and flair that, after scoring only 30 from the first five overs, saw them increase the tempo to keep them in the hunt.

Lawrence Hutchinson's 47 led the way, with an increased tempo leaving Chats with a chance. Ned Woodman kept his nerve and verve to steer Chats Palace to an exciting last ball tie!

Submitted by Gary Horsman of Chats Palace

 

 

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