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27th May 2022 Representative

Durham boys’ under 14s beat Cleveland to win Glenn Robinson Memorial Trophy

Durham Cricket Boys’ Under 14s won a high scoring clash against Cleveland in the Glenn Robinson Memorial Trophy at Philadelphia Cricket Club.

Durham won the toss and elected to bat which proved to be the correct decision as the home side racked up 299 from their 45 overs.

It was almost to be for two of the Durham batters who both fell short of reaching centuries. Toby Bell top scored with 98 from 68 balls which included 7 fours and 4 sixes but was caught 2 runs shy of his three figures.

Owen Harwood was dismissed for 92 from 92 balls as he scored 10 fours and 2 sixes but was bowled by Rohan Vagadia.

Abdy (40) and Hindmarsh (30) both contributed to Durham’s 299. Finlay Barlow claimed 2 wickets for Cleveland with Thomas Hodgson bagging the only other to fall.

James Minto top scored for the visitor’s side as he carried hit bat for 80 with 5 fours from 125 balls, as he was backed up by 46 from Symington and 35 from Oliver Martin, but they couldn’t get over the line falling 64 runs short.

Hedley Windows, Jack Temple, Gabriel Hughes-Pinan and Pentland all picked up one wicket each for Durham.




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