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Monday, 01 September 2014 17:33
Written by Steve Cooksley

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Beechwood got back on track after the previous week's mauling at the hands of Dartfordians by recording a fine 42 run victory over Groombridge.

Captain Freeman won the toss and elected to bat first, but it was obvious early on that the low slow pitch and even slower outfield was going to make run-scoring a very tricky affair. The visitors eventually crawled up to 146 for 5, with some thinking that was under par but others thinking that was worth 200 on any other day.

And so it proved to be as Groombridge found the conditions equally as difficult, and Beechwood's depleted bowling attack bowled the home side out for 104 in 33 overs. Frasier Morris grabbed the headlines top scoring with the bat with 42 and then blasting out the tail with the incredible figures of 4 for 1.

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