Maidenhead and Bray IV vs. Windsor IV – Saturday 10th June
Maidenhead and Bray 147 All Out
Windsor 4’s 148 for 4 (Light 54*)
World Cup fever has struck Windsor IVs and players were dropping out all over the place to watch the match. So a 9 man team headed to the game to find Scott Martin had brought his son Jack along to play if needed.
Windsor won the toss and decided to bowl. Ben Lewis and Kenny Lawrence opened the bowling. No early wicket and chances dropping in gaps frustrated the Windsor side. The break through came with a C&B by Kenny Lawrence. The runs started to slow and wickets started to fall. Ben Lewis picked up two, both clean bowled. A change in the bowling saw Colin Bristow pick up a C&B with his first ball. Scott Martin came into the attack and the wickets came quicker and quicker. Bristow took another, a run out and 3 for Martin saw Maidenhead and Bray IV 147 all out.
Scott Martin and Dan Maclennan opened the batting and Windsor’s run rate was good when B. Vaja bowled Scott Martin round his legs with a ball Warne would have been proud of. Dan Maclennan was bowled by S. Vaja and Windsor slumped to 60 – 4. Tim Houghton (26) and Charles Light put on 40 for the next wicket. Light (54*) and Lewis (18*) guided Windsor home for another 20 point win.