EXPERIENCED duo Gary Legg and Tim Vines bailed PEPPARD STOKE ROW KITES out of a sizable hole before
EXPERIENCED duo Gary Legg and Tim Vines bailed PEPPARD STOKE ROW KITES out of a sizable hole before they beat THE FIDDLERS by 44 runs on Sunday.
Peppard Stoke Row elected to bat after winning the toss but suffered a disastrous start as they collapsed to 24-3.
Will Legg and Tom Woodward rebuilt the innings but when they both departed, the Kites were in trouble on 73-5.
Youngster Dan Bacon showed composure alongside his more senior partner Gary Legg as the duo added 64 for the sixth wicket.
Legg was eventually caught and bowled for 47, but Vines’ cameo 29 took the hosts to a respectable 195 all out.
In reply Hamish Scott bowled a fine opening spell to claim a brace of wickets, and in conjunction with Vines, they put The Fiddlers well behind the rate on 42-3 after 16 overs.
Phil Duncan then claimed his maiden Peppard Stoke Row wicket while fellow left arm spinner Chris Humphreys took a wicket during a frugal eight-over spell.
The third of the Peppard Stoke Row left arm triumvirate, man-of-the-match Gary Legg, also snared a wicket late on as his side ran out comfortable winners with The Fiddlers closing their 40 overs on 151-6.