Ker­ridge put up the shut­ters for a draw

Macclesfield Express - - SPORT -

KER­RIDGE CC GE­OFF ALLEN

PLAYED in ap­palling weather more suited to win­ter sports, it was credit to both sides for stay­ing out on the park at Heaton Mersey for a full 90 overs.

Put in to bat, the home side ac­cu­mu­lated 177 in their 45 overs to gain max­i­mum bat­ting points with the wickets be­ing shared by the broth­ers Banks – Neil and Adam with two apiece and Steve Re­gan with one be­fore a well-earned hot cup of tea. When Ker­ridge bat­ted all man­aged to get a start but in the con­di­tions wickets fell and at 76-7 af­ter 33 overs it was time to put up the shut­ters which Adam Banks and Carl Ry­der did suc­cess­fully af­ter Steve Re­gan top scored for Ker­ridge with 30 to see the game end in a draw.

Hope­fully, there will be some sum­mer weather at Clarke Lane on Satur­day when Ap­ple­ton make the trip over from Warrington.

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