Weller left high and dry

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SPORT -

THAMES VAL­LEY CRICKET LEAGUE DI­VI­SION 6A Chal­font St Peter CC IIs 127 all out Hayes IIs 129-3 Hayes won by seven wick­ets

JUSTIN Weller’s lone stand was not enough to save Chal­font St Peter sec­onds from a heavy de­feat on Satur­day.

Choos­ing to bat first, Chal­font col­lapsed to 33-4 be­fore Weller and Asheen Ra­j­pak­san staged a mini-re­cov­ery, but a sec­ond col­lapse of three wick­ets for one run saw Ber­tie Mur­phy as the only other player to reach dou­ble fig­ures, and Weller was left high and dry on 77 not out. Weller also took a good catch in the field, while Ben Cross­ley and Sam Sy­mons bowled well, but Hayes sec­onds cruised to a seven-wicket vic­tory.

Symonds (58) and Cross­ley (29) per­formed well with the bat the fol­low­ing day, but it was not enough to pre­vent the Sun­day sec­onds los­ing by seven wick­ets to Iv­inghoe & Pit­stone United.

The Satur­day firsts lost by 36 runs to Datchet sec­onds in Thames Val­ley League Di­vi­sion 4a, while Che­nies & La­timer beat Kew sec­onds by 81 runs in Di­vi­sion 3b, and Bea­cons­field lost by four wick­ets to Wok­ing­ham in Di­vi­sion One.

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