Tower Cavaliers won by 8 runs
Tower Cavaliers won the toss and chose to bat first
Tower Cavaliers: 72 for 6 in 11.2 overs
Thomson Reuters: 64 for 5 in 12
Thatch Maroof Ahmed 3-21 off 3 overs.
Big Al(kesh no Cheque) Solanki - The Lucan Lord 1-15 off 3 overs.
King Duncan (Captain) 1-20 off 3 overs
Stealing THUNDER! Well that is exactly what happened in a 12-over-a-side
Inclusive of the wind swept cold and blustery Vikki Park, the rain took a
rain check (f'nar f'nar) until the game ended.
By then the Cavaliers defeated the TR's in a very tense finale. And so to
the point, the finale.
Cain KING Duncan ended his career as a Cavalier with a fine victory as
Honoury Captain for the day.
However this swansong was all about the RISE of the Dark Knight, the master
thatcher, Maroof Ahmed. He bowled with aplomb for his Cavaliers and
certainly won the game when it looked like the TR's were confidently
chipping away at the Cavaliers total.
Dark Knight's 3 crucial wickets as well as Kenneth Marshall (LAW)'s fine bit
of glove work released the pressure as the TR's hung on in their until the
Farewell and adieu old chum King Duncan; you will be missed and that goes
without saying. Hobbits now lurk in his new pastures, and pastures being the
operative word dare I suggest.
The POWER of the hobbits. Kiwi NZ bon voyage. It was pleasure to present
Cain his memento in the pub after the game as it has been a very long time
since I had to dust off the cobwebs to wear my Presidential Blazer. El
Presidente, T.C.C.C. K. Watson Esq OBE & Bar.
Submitted by Keith 'El Presidente' Watson of Tower Cavaliers