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Mixed Fortunes with Draws and a Win

1st XI Home vs Corley CC 1st XI

The first eleven hosted Corley on Saturday, who won the toss and elected to bat. 

Kenilworth made a positive start with the visitors 51 for 3 in the early stages but an unbeaten 119 from Tom Randle took the visitors to 229 for 5. Wickets were shared around for Kenilworth with Quinn Bungard taking 2-39 and a wicket each for Rhodes , Chohan and Kumar. 

Batting proved tricky for Kenilworth as they made 169 for 9 in reply, resulting in  a losing draw. 20s for Rhodes, Horner and Cope and a 49 for Bungard were the most significant run scoring contributions. Wickets 3 a piece for Hancock and Bennett, 2 for Randle and 1 to Parker. 

Kenilworth take 6 points from the game and stay 9th in Division 2. 


2nd XI Away vs Rugby CC 2nd XI

The 2s travelled to Rugby CC where the home side won the toss and elected to field. 

Kenilworth made 271 for 7 from their 50 overs. Babu made 73 and Matt Bain 48 in a batting performance where all the top order contributed along with extras making 67. Tom Rigby had the best figures with 2 for 35. 

Honnalli made 53 for the home side as they got to 209 for 9. Ben Clarke took one wicket whilst Tom Skinner contributed with 3 for 44. The standout bowling performance however was Sam Davies taking his first five for the club, finishing with 5-35. Well bowled Sam! 

Kenilworth take 18 points and move up to 3rd in Division 7 East. 


3rd XI Away vs Bretforton CC 2nd XI

Kenilworth hosted Bretforton at Harbury who won the toss and elected to field. 

Kenilworth posted 208 for 5 on what appeared to be a significantly above par score on a tricky wicket. Joe Tate made 28 and Dhruv Vyas 34 whilst Mark Wisdish made a fantastic 94 including 8 fours and 2 sixes. 

Kenilworth bowled very well and made the most of the conditions to bowl Bretforton out for 137 in 35 overs. Every bowler took a wicket for Kenilworth, Ed Smith and Dan Hone took one a piece, Matt Dadswell and Pete Alty two each and young Ben Kelley took 4 for 12 off his six overs. 

Kenilworth won by 71 runs, take 22 points and stay top of fifth division. 


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