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98 from opening batsman Rick Moore was not enough to prevent Oulton Park.CC falling to 7-wicket defeat to Christleton.CC in Division One of the Cheshire Cricket League.
Moore became the first league batsmen of the season to pass 1000 league runs as he hit the runs in Oulton Park’s first innings total of 166 at the weekend.
Moore was the only batsmen to make any real impact on a turning wicket with only Kettle (21) and Emmett (17*) providing any support.
Christleton’s Iroshan de Silva (3-57) and Iftikhar Naseer (4-65) causing the damage as the remainder of the batting line up struggled to make double figures. In reply, Christleton’s stand out batsmen de Silva added to his 3 wicket haul with 91 not out.
Despite taking a wicket early in the innings when Rob Marks (1) was caught behind of Williamson, Oulton struggled to take advantage.
Emmett (2-43) was the pick of the bowlers but in the end the game was won with 7 wickets in hand, Christleton 167-3.
Oulton Park face second place Grappenhall.CC this Saturday (15th September) in the last weekend of fixtures in the Cheshire Cricket League this season.
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