Rain washes out Medstead
British summer strikes again
Put into bat Waverley soon lost wickets against the accurate bowling of Mike Rawlings, only skipper James Wright
of the top 6 batsmen managed to keep him out and score runs. By the time the last pair got to the wicket Wright had made 100 of the 131 runs on the board! Father and son pair Neil and Adam Carmichael
then added 22 to enable the final score to creep over the 150 mark. During the tea break it started to rain but undaunted Waverley took to the field and managed to take two of the Medstead wickets for 11 runs, however it soon became
unplayable and with the ball resembling a piece of soap the game was called off.