Chishill’s run comes to an end

PUBLISHED: 13:28 12 July 2007 | UPDATED: 15:10 12 May 2010

GREAT Chishill saw their winning streak come to a spectacular end at Great Shelford, with Milne destroying the visitors with the amazing figures of 10-4-9-5. Only Paul Drury stood firm for Chishill, hitting 52 in a total of 85 all out, with little suppor

GREAT Chishill saw their winning streak come to a spectacular end at Great Shelford, with Milne destroying the visitors with the amazing figures of 10-4-9-5.

Only Paul Drury stood firm for Chishill, hitting 52 in a total of 85 all out, with little support from his team mates - all of whom failed to reach double figures.

Despite restricting the hosts to 119, with three wickets apiece for Oliver Stoop and captain Angus Gent, their work was undone thanks largely to some lacklustre batting.

The second team also lost their match, with Stapleford setting a 268-run target courtesy of a first wicket stand of 155 between Simon and Andrew Bishop.

Chishill had to settle for bonus points, with only captain Gary Wright (33) and Terry Manning causing Stapleford any problems to take their team to 130-8.


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