STEVENAGE seconds put in a superb bowling performance to beat Totteridge by 15 runs. Skipper Martin Nevill won the toss and elected to bat with his new line-up with Ali and Sohail delayed on a train. Andy Burroughs and Barret Ganji opened and Burro-ughs w
STEVENAGE seconds put in a superb bowling performance to beat Totteridge by 15 runs.
Skipper Martin Nevill won the toss and elected to bat with his new line-up with Ali and Sohail delayed on a train.
Andy Burroughs and Barret Ganji opened and Burro-ughs was soon into his stride and was caught for 30.
Tea was taken early because of rain and Barret was eventually out for 71 and the innings closed on 202-8.
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Totteridge were never in the hunt and were all out for 187 giving Stevenage 30 well earned points.
Stevenage thirds also savoured victory beating Waltham Cross and Rosedale seconds by 75 runs.
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Batting first, Stevenage made 212-8 with Dylan Slater top scoring on 75 and Duncan Visser adding 61.
Cross were all out for 137 with Rhys Stewart doing the damage taking 7-69.
The fourths drew with Old Owens. Stevenage hit 194 all out with Rich Curtis hitting 38. Old Owens hung on for a draw on 173-8.
Other results: Stevenage Sunday 192-9 (D Carr 58) lost to Langleybury 193-9, Abbotts Langley 219-6 beat Stevenage Academy 180-6 (Conor Hayward 37, Jason Chapman 51).