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Muhammed Naem made 63 in his first game for the club. Photo: Paul Devine.

Saturday 1st XI

The first eleven hosted Pak Shaheen at Warwick Road, with the away side winning the toss and electing to field.

Kenilworth got to 133 all out in the 38th over. Top score was Sandeep Kumar with 29, Louis Smithson also contributing 22. For the visitors, Faruq, Saqib, Abbasi and Nisar all claimed a wicket each. Nazif Ullah Habibi claimed 5 for 32 from his 10 overs.

In reply, the total was chased down with 20 overs to spare. Rahman made 26 and Maan made 19. DPR and Waj Chohan both claimed a wicket each, as Joe Atkinson returned impressive figures of 4 for 28 from 8 overs.

Kenilworth take 2 points from the game and go 10th.


Saturday 2nd XI

The second eleven took the short hop to the wardens , where they won the toss and elected to field.

Wardens 3rd XI made 328 from their 50 overs. Jamie Turner made 68, whilst Ollie Morgan-Jones made 143 which included 22 fours and 5 sixes. Wickets were spread around for the K’s. Josh Charlwood, Sam Davies and Ethan Tate claimed one a piece. Babu and Naem also took two each. Sam Leach returned the best figures with an economical 3 for 38.

Kenilworth ended on 173 all out. Matt Bain made 43 and Muhammed Naem made a better than one a ball 63 to go along with his two wickets. Every wardens bowler claimed atleast one wicket, Vadgama, Ahmadzai and Khatavkar all taking one. Bhadare claimed 2 and Harsimat Singh took 5 for 35 from his 9 and a half overs.

Wardens won by 155 runs and the second eleven take 6 points from the game and sit 10th.


Saturday 3rd XI

The third eleven hosted Elmley Castle at Harbury, with the away side winning the toss and electing to bat.

The first innings consisted of many steady contributions, with Buttle top scoring with 34, accompanied by several other scores in the twenties and high teens. Chris Mortlock and Matt Dadswell took one wicket each , alongside Ben Clarke and Nahian Syed who took two a piece as Elmley Castle made it to 193 for 6.

In reply, Kenilworth came up just 11 runs short, managing 182 for 5. Mark Stranks and Steve Kelley were in the runs , making 30 and 43 not out respectively. For the away side, Halliwell and B. Clements claimed one a piece whilst L. Clements took 2 or 37.

Kenilworth take 7 points from the game sit 9th.


Midweek XI

The midweek side hosted Lapworth in a twenty over game, with Lapworth winning the toss and electing to bat

Dickinson made 36 off 20 for the visitors, with the next highest scorer being Homberg with 14. Sam Davies, DPR and Henry Curran all took one a piece. However, the star of the show was Tom Skinner, returning the 6 for 11, consisting of the top 6 of the Lapworth batting order. Kenilworth were eventually set 108 to win.

Teddy Hepworth made an unbeaten 38 on debut for the home side, with Adam Huxford contributing 36. Kenilworth chased the score just three down, with Glynn taking two and Kapoor taking one for the visitors.

Kenilworth take 4 points from the game in the T20 north group.

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