Match Day: Sat May 23 2015 | Start Time: 01:00: PM | Venue: Away
Type of Game: League
Second XI 277 for 7 - Amersham 112 All Out
Performance of the Day: Will Cunliffe 100, Ben Ward 42, Paddy Cuncliffe 9 for 57
After a successful start to the season by Maidenhead & Bray 2nd XI they travelled away to Amersham 3rd XI. Tom Wilding lost the toss for the third week running and Bray were put into bat on a green looking wicket. However the Bray batsmen set about the bowling. At the end of the fifth over the score was 50 -1. The Amersham skipper tried to slow the run rate and by the end of the 13th over had used 6 different bowlers and the score was 104 for 1. However the change of bowling bought the wicket of Wilding for 39 who was looking as if he would cash in. However Ben Ward (42) and Will Cunliffe who scored a chanceless 100 carried on the plundering of the Amersham bowling. Weston bowled with little luck (1-52 off 16) and Hesleyn took 4-52 off 9 overs. Paddy Cunliffe scored a quick 29 not out at the end and with 277 for 7, Bray were able to declare in the 45 over.
Amersham with only 10 players needed a good start however Paddy Cunliffe got an early breakthrough and with tidy bowling at the other end from Nishal Desai put pressure on the Amersham batting. Wickets fell steadily to Paddy Cunliffe with his pace and bounce causing problems. At 65-6 with Cunliffe having all 6 wickets there were two questions to be asked. Could Amersham hold on for an unlikely draw or could Cunliffe take the remaining 3 wickets? Luckily for Bray the resistance of Weston was broken as he was last out for 34 and Cunliffe returned figures of 9-57. Amersham were dismissed for 112 and Bray were left wondering whether, if Amersham had fielded eleven players whether Paddy would have got all ten wickets. A remarkable performance for the brothers and leaves a top of the table clash with Harefield this week with an unbeaten record to maintain.
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