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On Thursday 7 May, Marling’s U14 cricket team were confronted with a weak All Saint’s Academy team, in their first county cup game. Although the wind was playing havoc with the bowling and having such a short boundary due to the building site, All Saints only managed to achieve 25 runs after being bowled out for 14 overs. On the other hand, Marling’s fielding seemed to shine as they only let past one boundary, the rest of the runs were singles and extras. Kyle Laws seemed to stand out in the bowling managing to get 3 wickets for 8 runs as well as captain Andrew Reader managing to get 3 wickets for 2 runs, both of them achieved wicket maiden’s as did Max Marson, all the other bowlers managed to get themselves a wicket making this a very satisfying bowling innings for Marling School. The fielding was also very good, with some brilliant catches from Ben Kavagnagh, Will Hampton and Harry Lightfoot keeping their eyes on the ball at all times.
The Second innings proved to be a very short one for Harry Lightfoot and Andrew Reader, they managed to surpass All Saints score in just three overs without any wickets. The Marling pair only needed 18 runs in the end to secure victory after being helped along by All Saint’s bowling mistakes. In the end Andrew Reader was awarded Man of the Match although everybody played just as well. Overall this was a very successful match for Marling’s U14’s side both on the fielding and batting side.

Andrew Reader, 9F


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