Entertaining victory for the Round Table

PUBLISHED: 10:49 19 July 2017

Clevedon Round Table.

Clevedon Round Table.

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Clevedon Round Table defeated the Triangle Misfits in the latest round of the Clevedon Community 20:20 League.

Clevedon Round Table took on The Triangle Misfits and The Old Inn entertained The Royal Oak in the latest round of the Clevedon Community 20:20 League.

The Round Table batted first and made 150 after the 20 overs, with a superb knock from Ben Wilson (52 retired). In response, The Misfits quickly set about chasing the target with good knocks from the openers, but they fell short by just 16 runs.

At the Champagne moment, both teams were congratulated for such an entertaining match and the bubbly was awarded to Ben Wilson for his superb innings.

In match two, The Royal Oak batted first and, having lost two early wickets, the partnership of 100 between Purnell and Trenneman steered them to 220 at the conclusion.

In response, The Old Inn batted well with A Bakrania scoring 38. However, they fell short of the target and The Royal Oak claimed the victory.

At the Champagne moment, the performance of the batters and the excellence in the field by both teams was celebrated and the bubbly was awarded to Trenneman for his batting.

On August 13, The Bangladesh Warriors play The Old Inn at 1pm, followed by Clevedon Round Table versus The Triangle Misfits at 4pm when the victors of these matches will raise the new trophies for third place in their divisions.

All supporters and players will be warmly welcomed to what should prove to be an entertaining afternoon. Details may be found at www.clevedon2020.weebly.com


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