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A day to forget

1st XI Away vs Marston green CC 1st XI

The hosts won the toss and asked Kenilworth to bat first.

Kenilworth struggled to build partnerships with wickets falling regularly and halting any progress. Connor Shingler top scoring with 33 and a lower order partnership between Matt Casey (18) and Steve Rhodes (16) lifted the visitors to 116 all out.

Steve Rhodes made two early breakthroughs with the ball in defence of the small total, but 50* from Javed and 47 from Khan before he was dismissed by Connor Shingler saw the hosts home in 26 overs as they finished 116/3

1st XI take just 1 point and drop to 5th in the WCL Division 2.


2nd XI Home vs Stockton Star CC 2nd XI

Kenilworth were inserted by Stockton in their league game at Warwick Road.

In a game loaded with controversy, there were some impressive Kenilworth performances. Dan Horner top scoring with 45, plus 44 a piece for Dave Smithson and Babu. Captain Stranks with a speedy 26 to set Stockton 193 to win.

Stockton showed defiance from 1-11 in the second inning as they finished 195-4 inside 40 overs taking the victory. Kenilworth wickets for Ollie Berry, Babu, Tom Skinner, and Matt Bain.

Kenilworth earn 3 points, as they sit 4th in the WCL Division 7 East.


3rd XI Away vs Exhall & Wixford CC 2nd XI

The 3rd XI lost the toss and were asked to field first as they looked to continued their unbeaten season.

Kenilworth battled hard against a strong Exhall batting line up, that saw opener Simpson top score with 69. One of four wickets for young leg spinner Sam Davies as he finished 4-29. Ben Kelley taking a frugal 2-14 and a wicket for Tom Best as Kenilworth were set 187 to win from their 40 overs.

A tough chase that looked possible as Kenilworth reached 80-2 but unfortunately were quickly in trouble at 100-8 a few overs later. Dhruv Vyas top scoring with 39 as the side did well, in the end, to reach 140/9 in their 40 overs.

Kenilworth take 5 points and remain 2nd in the CHL division 5.



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