Another hugely fragile batting performance consigned Dunmow to another defeat on Saturday on a damp overcast day at St Edmunds Lane.
Batting frailties were once again exposed in a bizarre game of cricket as Dunmow lost to Long Melford at St Edmunds Lane.
A performance to be forgotten about and moved on from was how skipper Paul Reid described the performance put in by Dunmow on Saturday, as they slumped to their fourth defeat of the season against near rivals in the league Mildenhall 2nds.
Dunmow ended a three-match losing streak in the Two Counties League Division Two with a confident six-wicket victory over Exning on Saturday.
Dunmow were left rueing crucial missed chances against Easton as they fell to their third successive defeat in the Two Counties Championship Division Two.
Dunmow’s top order batting frailties were exposed again as they fell to defeat to Ipswich in the Two Counties Championship Division Two.