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Round 3’s winner is Glynde & Beddingham's Robbie Mouland. His 117 from 58 balls against Newenden helped Glynde post 269 for 4 on the way to a 124-run victory. As a winner of the GM Performance of Round, Robbie wins a commemorative bat and a trip to the GM factory....
We take a look around the regions as round 3 has been completed. Read all about it Read v Tarleton – Cumbria & North Lancs As the competition progresses one sees fewer scores exceeding 300 as sides’ abilities tend to level out. High scores are not always a...
Round 2's winner is Shrewton's Will Harries. His 7 for 26 against Burbage & Easton Royal helped dismiss the opposition for 94. As a winner of the GM Performance of Round, Will wins a commemorative bat and a trip to the GM factory. Below is a message from GM's New...
Kit recycling making a worldwide impact The Lord’s Taverners Sports Kit Recycling programme has had a very successful year in 2017, with donated clothing and equipment helping people play sport in 14 countries – and we’re hoping that 2018 will be even better with the...
Final at Lord'sSeptember 16
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