Sessay CC won a dramatic final-run victory against the trophy holders to advance to the next round of the National Village Knockout competition.Opponents Cleator (in Cumbria) had defeated us heavily at their own ground last season, and gone on to lift the national title at Lords, so the expectation was for a difficult test.
Sessay CC won a dramatic final-run victory against the trophy holders to advance to the next round of the National Village Knockout competition.Opponents Cleator (in Cumbria) had defeated us heavily at their own ground last season, and gone on to lift the national title at Lords, so the expectation was for a difficult test.Tags: Essay On HobbiesMaths Solve ProblemsCreative Writing For DummiesAbstract Example Research PaperEssay On Aviation SafetyPersuasive Essay Homeless PeopleMultiplying Decimals Problem SolvingFahrenheit 451 Essay Hook
Keith Houlston, club secretary and former player, said: "We took it one step at a time and when we got to the semi-finals we began to think we may have a chance.
"At the end of the day, it's just a wicket 22 yards long with two sets of stumps." * Read a full report by Mike Amos in Monday's paper.
"1976 is always talked about, but for the 2010 players, this is their moment now," said Langstaff.
"Mark Wilkie batted absolutely top drawer - it was a man-of-the-match performance for me and he really deserved it.
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If you get a new page full of code then it's likely you haven't got a Feed Reader installed.Sessay last reached the competition's final in 1976.Back then, they were losers in a low-scoring game, but this time they will return home victorious.There was a great crowd for the match and a fantastic atmosphere.In the next round on July 6th Sessay must travel to Manchester to play Woodhouses.Carew opted to bat first and were restricted to 58-2 in the first 20 overs by tight bowling and keen fielding.Four wickets in four overs reduced the hosts to 100-6 and they were eventually bowled out for 133 (M Wilkie 2 for 27, L Carver 5 for 30, S Langstaff 2 for 11).If this is the case we recommend you Google search for a RSS feed reader for your chosen web-browser.Out of 300 teams that entered, Sessay was the last team standing having progressed through eight rounds and crowning the glory in a comfortable win at Lord’s over Kent-based side Sibton Park by 119 runs.The win marked an historic moment for the players who battled through nine gruelling rounds of 40-over matches.More than 300 fans travelled South to Middlesex Cricket Club's home to roar on their side.