Tower Cavaliers won by 34 runs
Tower Cavaliers won the toss and chose to bat first
Tower Cavaliers: 148 for 2 in 16 overs
The Duke of KENNETH MARSHALL 44
The BULLITT Steve mcQueen WILLIAMS 37
Lord Lucan Alkesh Solanki 26
John Shaw 1-34 Will Ross 1-17
Old Fallopians: 114 for 4 in 16 overs
Sam Shahid 27
Will Ellis 25
Mat Asquith 32
The BULLITT Steve mcQueen WILLIAMS 3- 25 Deadly Twin ANDREW DICKSON 1-26
The first match after losing the other Deadly Twin, King Duncan (CAIN) the
Cavaliers managed to win thanks to a sterling performance by their skipper
The BULLITT Steve mcQueen WILLIAMS both with bat and bowl and hands (he
caught a couple of rippers off his own bowling).
The Cavaliers very own GRENADIER, Iain Pendrigh, could not get any to stick
alas. This did not affect the outcome for his team.
A grinded out innings by The Duke of KENNETH MARSHALL was also note worthy
for the Cavaliers, as was 32 hit by the OF's skipper MATT ASQUITH.
The game ended with the OF's falling short in their run chase by 34 against
a 7 man Cavalier outfit.
The question is.......where was Philmore Walker? In 8th heaven? Mike M Murat
Hon Secretary, TCCC.
Submitted by Mike THE WALL Murat of Tower Cavaliers