St Ives beat Huntingdon by eight wickets

Hunts County Youth League U15 Regional League South PLAYING at home, Huntingdon batted first only to see opener Chris Aldred dismissed for a duck early on. Tom Dowdell did his best to recover the situation, making a creditable 34, but Craig Linnell s wi

Hunts County Youth League U15 Regional League South

PLAYING at home, Huntingdon batted first only to see opener Chris Aldred dismissed for a duck early on.

Tom Dowdell did his best to recover the situation, making a creditable 34, but Craig Linnell's wicket fell for five.

Nick Kumpukkal's 29 was a valuable contribution but the Huntingdon batting went downhill thereafter.


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Chris Till's 13 not out was the highlight of Huntingdon's batting amongst the lower order as they had four batsmen out for ducks on their way to making 108 all out in 14.4 overs.

A Beavis's figures of 4-29 from four overs proved to be the best St Ives bowling.

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Once at the crease, St Ives lost just two wickets on their way to reaching the Huntingdon total in 15 overs.

Opener O King made 12 before being run out, whilst partner Beavis managed only two before being caught by Jack Henderson.

S Setchell and S Ford then batted solidly, putting on 36 and 38 respectively to make the total with eight wickets in hand.

Eddie Shaw was the only Huntingdon bowler to take a wicket.

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