Big win for Radlett

HCPL Division One Radlett 320-2 beat Farnham Royal 192 by 128 runs TOM JENKINS and skipper Shane Burger did the damage as Radlett recorded a crushing victory over Farnham Royal. After being asked to bat by the visitors and having lost openers Leo Sandino-

HCPL Division One

Radlett 320-2 beat Farnham Royal 192 by 128 runs

TOM JENKINS and skipper Shane Burger did the damage as Radlett recorded a crushing victory over Farnham Royal.

After being asked to bat by the visitors and having lost openers Leo Sandino-Taylor (0) and Kabir Toor (20) early the duo came in and took the game away from their opponents with an all-out onslaught on the bowling attack.


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Boundaries were plentiful, as the pair put on 273 for the third wicket, Jenkins contributing 151no and Burger chipping in with 122no .

This allowed Burger to declare at the end of the 57th over with his side on 320-2.

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Burger and Heath Paynter opened the bowling after the interval and it was Paynter who made the intitial breakthrough removing opener Simpson for 22 before Toor and Robbie Crocker took over.

Crocker was the star man with the ball claiming 5-51 including Farnham's top scorer Warren Miller (53).

Toor made up for missing out with the bat to pick up four wickets, as the visitors were all out for 192, giving Radlett a 128-run win.

The win means Radlett move up in to fourth place as the season passes the half-way mark.

The result is also a timely boost for the club as they welcome league-leaders Henley to Cobden Hill this weekend in what looks set to be a mouth-watering contest.

l A superb 68no from opener Andre Sharma helped Radlett II to a five wicket win over Bishop's Stortford II.

The home side batted first but were pegged back by some good bowling from Radlett, with Johnson Mafa finishing with 3-43.

John Barr chipped in with 2-38 and Stuart Browne taking 1-38.

Amazingly there were three run-outs at the end of the Stortford innings as they finished on 159-9.

Radlett lost Nick Fielden (14), David Robinson (23) and Barr (1) before James Lewis steadied the ship with 28.

When Lewis fell, Lee Fortis took over adding 14 before he was run out. Thankfully for Radlett Sharma was still plugging away at the other end and he and Ian Edwards (2) saw the Cobden Hill outfit home.

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