Match Day: Sat May 30 2015 | Start Time: 01:00: PM | Venue: Away
Type of Game: League
First XI 268 for 7 - Finchampstead 243 for 7
Performance of the Day: James Tattersal 88, Murtaza 3 for 82, Machanda 2 for 55
Maidenhead and Bray 1st XI had to settle for 13 points against Finchampstead 2nd XI after more than 500 runs were scored across both innings on Saturday.
The visitors suffered an early setback after choosing to bat as Will Ballantyne fell for 14. James Billington, Alex Hess and skipper Brett Van Niekerk all made good starts but failed to capitalise as they were all dismissed in the 20s.
With four wickets down and the innings precariously balanced, Charlie Rodger joined Tattersall and the pair put together an excellent partnership through sensible shot selection.
Rodger eventually fell to Healess for 41, having provided an excellent supporting role to the well-set Tattersall. The latter upped his strike rate and looked set for a hundred, only to fall agonisingly short as he was caught in the deep for 88.
James Coyne's 22 saw Maidenhead and Bray post 268 for seven wickets in their 52 overs.
The spin pairing of Jawad Murtaza and new addition Swapnil Manchanda opened proceedings and the move immediately paid off as Loveday was bowled by Murtaza.
Four more wickets fell in quick succession to leave Finchampstead circling the drain at 64 for five wickets, but an attacking rebuilding job by opener Lane and Lazonbury saw them drag the innings past 200.
Lane was eventually run-out for 120 and Lazonbury superbly caught in the deep by James Brooks for 85.
Finchampstead reached 243 for seven wickets in their 48 overs, with some notable bowling performances from Murtaza (three for 82) and Manchanda (two for 55) on an excellent batting surface.
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