Mr McLean: June 2015
Thursday saw the Nantwich Schools Kwik Cricket competition take place at the Crewe Vagrants Cricket Ground.
In blistering heat, our Wrenbury team initially played 3 group matched winning each one comfortably, before progressing to the semi finals. On a much bigger oval, the team met The Berkeley School, who had won their group. A much closer match saw Wrenbury progress to the final after some fantastic batting from Jacob amongst others and tremendous bowling from each member of the 8 playing this match. The final saw us play Stapeley Broad Lane who had secured a close won victory over Sound School in their own semi final.
Wrenbury elected to bat first after Captain Ben won the toss. We posted a respectable 247 from our batting 8, but unfortunately lost a couple of wickets during our innings. Stapeley narrowly won the final with some fine batting with us unable to take as many wickets. Both teams were however commended for displaying tremendous sportsmanship and serving up a fantastically close and well played game.
Well done to the Wrenbury team of Ben, Sophie, Nathan, Will, Adam, Jacob, Matthew, Connor and George.
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