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well earlier. “We need to take more responsibility, everyone got themselves in, but nobody stayed long enough to build a match-winning innings.” He added: “We have got to be a bit more selfish, and not believe the guy behind you is going to get runs, which is a not good attitude really.” Town’s bowlers shared the wickets in the visitors’ total of 180-9, with Simon Taylor, Tegg, Craig Buckham and Peter Shields all claiming two apiece. Tegg is looking for a return to form at home to neighbours Hythe on Saturday. “They are struggling as well, so it is a pretty big game for both sides,” he said.
Darren Cooper took 5-42 as Ashford 2nds’ Division 5 game at Bapchild ended in a tie, both sides all out for 111. James Rodway, with figures of 3-29, did the early damage, before the home side’s Steve Pumphrett held them up, making 62. Cooper ran through the tail, before last man Owen Harrison was run out going for the winning run.
‘We need to take more responsibility . . . we have got to be a bit more selfish’