Waverley lose two in two
Blackheath beat Waverley by 27 runs (40-overs game). The Stanley opening partnership put on 42 for Blackheath before Adrian Day claimed his first wicket. The score was 91 when Day struck again and it looked like a hard day at the office for Waverley. But then the tide turned and wickets fell regularly. Adam Carmichael and Peter Brewer reversed the run-rate and collected two wickets each. Will Knox also bagged two and Blackheath were dismissed for 160.
Chris Beanland was run out without facing and it was the shape of things to come for Waverley who slumped to 13-4 before Simon Brewer smashed 45 to give the score some respectability.
Young Olly Raderecht baffled the batsmen, taking four wickets, and only a wagging tail saved the visitors from a heavier defeat. Archie Freeth claimed 2-6 in only three overs.
Report courtesy of Mr B and the Farnham Herald