Fates con­spire against Ker­ridge

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KER­RIDGE CC GE­OFF ALLEN WEST­MIN­STER PARK 2 ..................... 177-8 KER­RIDGE ................ 73-7

AF­TER an en­forced week off Ker­ridge headed for Ch­ester only to be met with a se­ri­ous ac­ci­dent on the M56 which de­layed ar­rival and a late start to the game and two play­ers who didn’t make it at all.

Park elected to bat and with gaps in the field runs flowed as the home side scored at will and it was a long 45 overs chas­ing for the vis­i­tors. Josh Cap­per (3-32), plus a cou­ple of run outs and sin­gle wickets from Carl Ry­der and the Banks broth­ers, were the only high­lights.

When Ker­ridge bat­ted the day sim­ply got worse with only Neil Banks and Steve Re­gan show­ing any re­sistence to the home attack.

The day sim­ply dis­in­te­grated for the vis­i­tors when Carl Ry­der was struck in the eye off a thick edge which meant that he had to leave the park for treat­ment and hos­pi­tal check and that meant the end of the game.

With two home matches to look for­ward to, hope­fully win­ning ways can be re­sumed on Satur­day when Knutsford visit Clarke Lane.

The game starts at 1.30pm.

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