U11s Through To Quarter Finals By The Finest of Margins

Batting first, Lymington got off to a solid start with Chay and Daniel batting very well. However, some questionable running and some accurate Sway bowling restricted the home team to 83 off our hundred balls. The game was very much in the balance. Sway started their innings with Max in particular looking dangerous. Dan, Chay and Denning bowled well, taking important wickets to peg the visitors back. Max was left as “last man standing” needing 40+ runs to get over the line. Despite fantastic batting, and taking 11 off the last over, including the last ball going for 4, the match finished in a tie. Lymington winning by having lost fewer wickets. Max should reflect on a tremendous innings that will live long in the memory. Lymington will learn plenty from the game that so nearly got away

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