Opening batsman shines for hosts before rain stops play
WOODCOTE looked to be in a good position in their match against ENGLEFIELD only for the
WOODCOTE looked to be in a good position in their match against ENGLEFIELD only for the rain to intervene on Sunday.
Batting first, the home side lost early wickets and at one point were 61-4, but a strong batting line-up, especially the South African partnership between Brouard and Robertson, saw them reach the very respectable total of 180-9 off their 35 overs.
Henderson and Robertson, aided by a catch in the slips by Clark, took two early wickets when the visitors began their reply, but the rain grew steadily harder until play had to be abandoned after a few overs.