Tony Weller writes:
A mixed season so far – unfortunately three games lost to the weather and two to opponents pulling out means we’ve only had one league match.
On the positive side, that means we’ve had a number of practice matches with everyone getting a bat and bowl and improving week by week.
The one game played was at home versus Stroud – a good match played in glorious sunshine. Stroud won in the end by 27 runs though Minch put up a good fight. Lucas Roberts-Davis hit the ball hard in the middle order, with capatain Oscar Hanahoe top-scoring with an undefeated 22.
Other than the wicket keeper – Lewis McDowall, who performed well – everyone bowled. The highlight was two wickets in two balls from Morgan Wallace. The hat-trick ball was on target but kept out by the Stroud batsman.
Here’s hoping for dryer Sunday mornings for the tail end of the season!