Local cricket rivals battle it out in the heat
Chiswick & Latymer win Quarter Final Thriller
Chiswick and Latymer beat local rivals Turnham Green by two wickets to progress to the semi-finals of the Middlesex Vase competition last Sunday.
Meanwhile, the Chiswick and Latymer Saturday 1st XI lost to Aldershot, despite a fine 83 from Sunni Singh. Andy Taylor saw Aldershot home to a five wicket victory with an unbeaten century. The 2nd XI drew in a high scoring game at Whitton Park, Bruce Frederick top scorer with 128.
The Saturday 3rd XI were well beaten by High Wycombe at Chiswick House, losing by nine wickets. The 4th XI continued their unbeaten start to the season – Ifty Ali (77*) and Toby Clarke (5-41) starring in a 5 wicket win over Aldershot 3rd XI. The 5th XI also had a good win, beating Farnham Common by 96 runs, thanks to fifties to Phil Smith and John Carr.
Scores – Morrants Thames Valley League
Division 2A: Chiswick and Latymer 1st XI 227 (Sunni Singh 83), Aldershot 1st XI 229-5 (Andy Taylor 101*) Aldershot win by 5 wickets.
Division 4A: Reading 3rd XI 326-6 (A Bull 110, Simon Daldry 3-17) Chiswick and Latymer 2nd XI 311-8 (Bruce Frederick 128). Match Drawn
Division 4B: Chiswick and Latymer 3rd XI 89 (A Bhatia 31), High Wycombe 3rd XI 90-1 (J Stone 48*) High Wycombe win by 9 wickets
Division 7A: Aldershot 3rd XI 201 (T Clarke 5-41), Chiswick and Latymer 4th XI 205-5 (Ifty Ali 77*) Chiswick win by 5 wickets
Division 7B: Chiswick and Latymer 5th XI 236-7 (Phil Smith 67, John Carr
Middlesex Vase Quarter Final
Turnham Green 201-8 (RS Scott 43, E Lush 44, K Bhatia 4-23), Chiswick and Latymer 202-8 (Sunni Singh 48, Wes Van den Berg 43) Chiswick win by 2 wickets
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June 23, 2005