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Zak Crawley smashes unbeaten century for Sevenoaks Vine

Saturday 9th July 2016

Kent batsman Zak Crawley hit an unbeaten 145 as Sevenoaks Vine beat a Tenterden side featuring two Kent team-mates.

Sam Weller and Adam Ball were on the other end of the 18-year-old’s performance as Crawley shared a century stand with opener John Bowden and another with Lorne Burns to take his side to 328 for five.

Adam Riley continued his comeback from a side strain with 1/22 in ten tidy overs for Bexley at home to Hartley Country Club.

Leaders Hartley won the toss and batted first, scoring 230-7 before dismissing Bexley for 121.

Bromley skipper Imran Qayyum took 3/26 after he won the toss and elected to field.

Blackheath posted 260 including a century for Tanweer Sikander before bowling Bromley out for 157.

Dartford defeated Beckenham, who won the toss and batted first as Alex Blake and academy scholar Oliver Robinson could not help Beckenham to a bigger total than 219-9.

Kent’s new deputy wicketkeeper Callum Jackson was the first wicket to fall for Dartford before Charlie Hartley continued his fine form with the bat with a vital half-century.

The Kent bowler, batting at number five, shared 97 for the fourth wicket with opener Garry Cook to help Dartford seal victory with seven balls to spare.

Elsewhere, Tunbridge Wells lost at Lordswood after the visitors won the toss and batted, scoring 187 for seven.

Lordswood chased the total with 29 balls to spare thanks largely to former Kent man Amjad Khan scored 72 and skipper Linden Lockhart’s 68 not out.

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