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drinks that anything above 150 would be a good score and our target was 175.
“Even when we were 90-6 he was still going strong.
“It was a solid display by all the bowlers, before Sam claimed three of the next four as Lordswood went from 87-1 to 95-5.
Left-arm spinner Tim Curteis claimed two more, before Weller ripped through the rest.
Knight hit 11 fours and a six in his 71-ball knock, before being ninth out at 188 with last pair Tom Richards and Curteis adding 18 at the end to see their side past 200.
The 2nds continued the club’s great start to the season with a fifth successive win, beating Bromley Common by 154 runs to move 11 points clear at the top of Division 1.
Ryan Knight took 3-6 and three others took two wickets each as the visitors were bowled out for 105.
Luke Mangold 69 and Ben Daking 53 added 111 for the third wicket in Tenterden’s 259-7.
‘The way we are playing we deserve to be second’