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Tower Cavaliers v Pacific

Wednesday 28 July 2010, Victoria Park
Tower Cavaliers won by 45 runs

Tower Cavaliers won the toss and chose to bat first

Tower Cavaliers: 144 for 2 in 16 overs
Ross Arnold (Circus) 50 not out
Steve (McQueen) Williams 31 not out
Lucius Lane 1-39
Jimmy the Mac 1-31

Pacific: 99 for 7 in 14 overs
Not Sure
Andrew (Deadly) Dickson 3- 30
Steve (McQueen) Williams 2-35
Abbas (Rizla) Rizvi 1-0 Iain (SUS)
Pendrigh 1-22

End on a high! The cricketing eloquence that the Cavaliers demonstrated against the oceanic Pacific CC was a glimpse of the talent that the Cavaliers have in their arsenal. The back to back Divison Three CAMPIONES now have to accept, manfull, a season as also rans.

The sands of time wait for no man, dare I suggest. Cavaliers won the toss and choose the put willow to leather first. Abbas (Rizla) Rizvi opened with the newest member of the squad, one Ross Arnold (Circus). (Rizla) Rizvi contributed to his affliction by holeing out on the thrid man boundary for 6 - possibly looking for Harry Lime.

(Doctor) Paul Johnson dauntlessly came to the crease one down to attempt to form an audacious partnership with Arnold (Circus). It bore exotic fruit until the Doctor decided to passionately fruit a fine delivery for an Allan Border like cover drive to end up springing the sticks off their proud perch. 17, thats all she wrote for the good Doctor!

This bought to the wicket the candid but scrupulous Steve (McQueen) Williams. A partnership that lead the Cavaliers to amass 144 runs for the loss of 2 wickets. Maiden half century for Arnold (Circus) & Steve (McQueen) finsihed with 31 runs - both of whom were not out.

Upon commencement of the Pacific innings - Marvelous fielding by the effervescent (Thatched)Maroof Ahmed and a murderous display by Andrew (DEADLY) Duncan 3-30 with buttress from (Sus)Pendrigh 1-22 & golden armed(Rizla) Rizvi 1-0. 99 all out in 14 overs.

Thanks to the men of the Pacific for making a grand effort and a pleasure to compete with. Thanks to all assocaited with Tower Cavaliers in making it a honourable pleasure to adminster the club.

Farewell 2010 & Godspeed 2011. Signing off, Lord Lucan of Dar Es Salaam.

Submitted by Alkesh Solanki of Tower Cavaliers

 

 

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