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Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League: week 15 review

Saturday 13th August 2016

Adam Riley continued his comeback from injury with 2/5 in eleven balls as his Bexley side beat Dartford by 131 runs.

Charlie Hartley took a wicket as Bexley openers Chris Laas (134) and Jason Benn (69) put on 146 for the first wicket on the way to a total of 284.

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Sam Weller took 4/24 in 8.5 overs as Tenterden beat Tunbridge Wells at The Nevill Ground.

Tenterden won the toss and posted 253 all out with the bat with a cameo of 29 from Sam Weller.

Academy scholar Marcus O’Riordan picked up 3/53 including the scalp of former Academy colleague Weller.

Sean Dickson hit a half century for Lordswood as they won a high-scoring contest at home to Bromley..

Dickson hit 53 in an opening stand of 140 with former Kent man Amjad Khan (84) as the hosts posted 271 for nine.

Imran Qayyum took 2/51 for Bromley, who only managed 234-9 in reply as the left-armer was run out by Dickson for 18.

Alex Blake scored 21 for Beckenham as they beat leaders Hartley Country Club despite four wickets and a half-century from former Kent batsman James Hockley.

Zak Crawley played for Sevenoaks Vine as they lost at second-placed Blackheath, who closed the gap on leaders Hartley.

Blackheath opener George Wells hit his second successive century after the hosts won the toss and chose to bat.

Thomas Mees took 4/30 in eight overs to rip through the heart of Vine’s chase before Dipayan Paul’s 3/44 in ten overs helped Blackheath seal a 51-run win.


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