Sunday, 25 July 2021

Checkendon fall short of target

IN a 40-over match at FULMER on Sunday, CHECKENDON performed well in the field to restrict the home side to 179-8 on a good pitch.

Medium pacer Josh Breakspear was the pick of the bowlers, taking 2-20 and there was a hard-hitting half-century for Fulmer’s Will Voaden.

Checkendon’s innings consisted of two significant partnerships, firstly between openers Stewart Manning and Jack Hoyle, then following a dramatic collapse, an unbroken last wicket stand between father and son left-handers Matthew and Harry Wickens which left the visitors 29 runs behind at the close.

Spinners Colloff and Manu caused the bulk of the damage for the home team.


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