It’s all down to his Knibbs

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

HATLEY S Luke Knibbs stole the show as his side travelled to Hare Street at the weekend and dominated from start to finish.  Nick Lenton and Randy Davenport put on an opening partnership of 87 for Hatley and from then the match was never in doubt.  Luke

HATLEY'S Luke Knibbs stole the show as his side travelled to Hare Street at the weekend and dominated from start to finish.

Nick Lenton and Randy Davenport put on an opening partnership of 87 for Hatley and from then the match was never in doubt.

Luke Knibbs then came in and top scored with 77 runs, with Smokie Jakes hitting 45 before Matt Knibbs hit a quick fire 22 to help their side end on 274-6 off 38 overs.

Hare Street came into bat and had 43 overs to get the total, but could only manage 123-5. Earl Davenport was the pick of the Hatley bowlers yet again with figures of 2-43.


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