Penn & Tylers ‘determined not to let league slip away again’
Green off to a great start again this year and skipper says experienced heads could win them title
Skipper Matt Lance said: “We tailed off quite badly last season due to injuries and unavailabilities, which was quite upsetting. We have started really well again, but we’re determined not to let it slip this time.
“We’ve brought in experienced heads like Johnny Hughes and Ed Waugh, who have played in the Home Counties League with Gerrards Cross, and we still have Mark Morgan, who was the league’s top scorer last season with 750, while leg spinner John Cockcroft had taken five-fers for two successive weeks now.”
Cockroft’s latest haul (5-25), combined with Paul Francis’s 4-34, saw Coleshill all out for just 63 in reply to Penn’s 231-9, in which Morgan topscored with 66. Mohammed Shakil took 4-35 for Coleshill. Chalfont St Giles stayed in third following a five-wicket win over Binfield, but Denham rema remain bottom and winle winless after slumping to a 55-ru 55-run defeat against Tapl Taplow, while Great King Kingshill boosted their surv survival chances and dent dented Amersham Hill’s title hopes after beating them by three wickets in Di Division Two.
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Mark Morgan (above) and Ronnie Biswas in action for Penn & Tylers Green