Kwik’s the word as club retain trophy

PUBLISHED: 12:54 19 July 2007 | UPDATED: 15:10 12 May 2010

THERFIELD retained the Cokenach Kwik Cricket Trophy in a well-contested festival. Six teams from Therfield, Barkway, Barley and Reed battled it out in the annual competition, playing two games each and taking 10 points for a win and bonus points for wicke

THERFIELD retained the Cokenach Kwik Cricket Trophy in a well-contested festival.

Six teams from Therfield, Barkway, Barley and Reed battled it out in the annual competition, playing two games each and taking 10 points for a win and bonus points for wickets.

In the first round of matches, Therfield O2s had a narrow nine-run victory over Barley Bouncers, Reed Rebels with 160-2 overcame the Barkway Beasts, and the Therfield Kawasaki Greens with 142-2 saw off the challenge of the Barkway Bumble Bees who scored 115-4.

In the second round Reed Rebels, 128-6, lost to Therfield Kawasaki Greens, who made the top score of the day with 161-3.

The Therfield O2s chalked up a win over the Barkway Beasts, and the Barley Bouncers with 129-2 lost to the Barkway Bumble Bees, who made 146 without loss.

With both the Therfield School teams finishing undefeated, the number of wickets made the difference, with Kawasaki Greens pipping Therfield O2s by just two points, taking the Trophy back to Therfield for the second year running.


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