|Date||Team||Time||Home / Away|
|Sat 21-Apr||Kenilworth Wardens 3rds||1.30PM||Home|
|Sat 28-Apr||Rowington||2.00PM||Away – 1st XI|
|Sat 28-Apr||Ashorne||1.30PM||Home – 2nd XI|
|06-May||Exhall & Wixford||2.00PM||Away|
|27-May||Alcester & Ragley||2.00PM||Home|
|01-Jul||Bourton & Frankton||2.00PM||Home|
|12-Aug||Alcester & Ragley||2.30PM||Away|
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No 36 – £50 – Jamie Haywood
No 3 – £25 – Martin Greaves
No 29 – £10 – Roger Eadon
No 26 – £10 – Paul Montgomery
On a lovely sunny summers evening Oakfield were the visitors with the Itchington lads on a good winning run. Having lost the toss the lads were inserted into bat and the regular openers of Brennan Lumby and Harry Mitchell made a steady start putting on 10 for the first pair. James Rawbone and Lucas batted well to increase the score by 17 and a solid platform was set for the last pairs. They duly obliged with Ned Mitchell and Bean Dunkerton putting on 19 with no outs including a memorable straight drive from Ned. George Heaven and Jamie Haywood then continued the good work to also put on 19 with Jamie hitting two excellent 4’s in his 10. Aided by a few wides from Oakfield a score of 265 looked to be reasonable to defend but would still require a good bowling performance.
The innings could not have got off to a better start with Ned clean bowling one opener and Brennan catching the other off Jamie. Bean and Lucas also bowled well to ensure a tight start was achieved. James and George then bowled a fantastic four over spell with only one run being added to the total with James bowling 2 overs for 1 run and George’s overs only going for 4 runs with one wicket. The pressure was kept on Oakfield as Jamie came back and bowled a wicket maiden. Brennan and Ned shared the last overs and both bowled immaculately both taking a couple of wickets and the icing was put on the cake with a run out by George off the last ball. Itchington ran out winners by 36 runs with an excellent all round performance, well led by Ned and Harry M performing admirably behind the stumps. Both will be missed for the last couple of matches due to hols but a fantastic first season by both.
With only two matches left and only one defeat so far the lads need to keep up the good performances.