KIDMORE END ran out winners by five wickets at home to BOYNE HILL on Sunday in
KIDMORE END ran out winners by five wickets at home to BOYNE HILL on Sunday in a 40—overs friendly clash.
Paul Davis scored 80 runs until he was caught by Dan Atkins off the bowling of Ruegg. Left—handed Firth was the star of the batting, as he scored an unbeaten century 111 not out.
Kidmore End’s young bowlers stuck at their task in the face of the aggressive batting. Tom Chapman was the only bowler in the game not to be hit for a boundary, Ruegg dismissed the dangerous Davis while the fielders impressed in the heat as Boyne Hill closed on 268—3.
In reply Ashby and New both attacked from the off. Ashby was out for 61 in just the 15th over after hitting 13 fours. New (12), Leonard (19), Stevens (7) and Atkins (4) all attempted to keep up with Ashby’s scoring but fell in the process.
Kidmore End were 116—5 off the first 15 overs before J Frost slowed the scoring rate, yet stabilised the innings. He was joined by Easton as the duo went on to form a good parntership. Easton took on the role of aggressor and Frost rotated the strike. Together the pair put on a match—winning 154 runs. Easton scored an undefeated 81 and Frost 60 not out as Kidmore ended on 269—5 to win the match.