Titmuss hits half-century as Potter Bar 3rds secure victory

PUBLISHED: 17:59 19 May 2009 | UPDATED: 22:12 26 October 2009

Saracens Herts League Division Six Radlett 4ths 135-7 Potters Bar 3rds 139-4 A HALF-CENTURY from Adam Titmuss saw Potters Bar 3rds to a comfortable six wicket win against Radlett 4ths. Winning the toss home skipper Ben Scarisbrick chose to insert Radlet

Saracens Herts League Division Six

Radlett 4ths 135-7

Potters Bar 3rds 139-4

A HALF-CENTURY from Adam Titmuss saw Potters Bar 3rds to a comfortable six wicket win against Radlett 4ths.

Winning the toss home skipper Ben Scarisbrick chose to insert Radlett.

Bar suffered an early setback however when wicketkeeper Steve Moore was hit in the face from the first ball of the match and was taken off to hospital.

Dan Brown then produced a beauty of a delivery that uprooted Johnson's middle stump.

Rupert Pyrah bowled Jackson for 16 and then Foyez was run out to leave the visitors 39-3 in 15th over.

Brown and Pyrah then bowled beautifully and with 35 overs on the scoreboard Radlett had only 68 runs.

Dan Pett then beat Peck in the flight to have him caught and bowled.

Pett trapped Greenland lbw for a duck and Alex Whitehouse took two wickets to leave Radlett 135-7 after their allotted 53 overs.

In reply Bar lost Rob Daley in the 5th over to leave them effectively 9-2 with Steve Moore not being able to bat.

Skipper Ben Scarisbrick and young opener Adam Titmuss then rebuilt the innings with some fine front-foot and back-foot drives.

Titmuss stayed at the wicket with an unbeaten 57 to lead Bar home.


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