Son of ex-England coach shows up well
Fourteen-year-old Tom Moores, son of ex-England coach Peter, stole the show at Radcliffe IV as his four wickets ensured a 53-run win for Wymeswold II (161).
There was a commendable performance from Ian Hart in N as his seven-wickets helped of Hoveringham II shoot out Flintham II for 55. The winners then took just seven overs to pass the total.
Russ Wild had a great debut for Great Dalby in P. The 14-year-old took four Collingham III (129) scalps to set up a six-wicket win.
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