Aythorpe Roding pipped by Terling in pair of matches
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Aythorpe Roding and Terling had another good workout at the weekend after meeting in a pair of matches.
The two clubs met in a 20/20 fixture first of all, before then playing a 10-over per side match, with Terling coming out on top in both.
Aythorpe batted first in the longer format but were 28-4 after seven overs, before Neil Culleton (29 not out), Graham Milbank (17), Dave Mack (17) and Joe Apperley (12) saw them reach 98-8.
Humphries claimed 4-7 for Terling, as Spooner (2-28) nabbed a brace, but they lost two early wickets before going on to seal a five-wicket win as Wager (32 not out) and Oldham (22) played leading roles with the bat.
Captain Andy Clarke (2-20) was Aythorpe’s most successful bowler, as Josh Woodmore (1-6), Luke Wharton (1-16) and Milbank (1-25) also struck.
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Terling batted first in the second clash and made 86-3 from their 10 overs as Hodgkiss (21) and James Atkinson (28 retired) tops cored.
Woodmore (2-12) and Apperley (1-10) took the wickets to fall, with Tom Wharton (25) retiring out in reply after putting on 51 for the first wicket with Apperley (22) in six overs.
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Neil Culleton (10) and Milbank (15 not out) also made double figures but Aythorpe came up just short on 83-2.
This Saturday sees the start of the Covid Cup competition, with Aythorpe hosting Springfield at 12pm, followed by Hornchurch against High Roding at 3pm.