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SET Semi Final v Somerset June 15th at Moseley CC Streetsbrook Road
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https://warwickshireccc.com/fixtures/sec...ch-preview


Important game today with the 2nd team making their first SET semi final appearance.
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(15-06-2018, 05:21 AM)The Good Mugabe Wrote: https://warwickshireccc.com/fixtures/sec...ch-preview


Important game today with the 2nd team making their first SET semi final appearance.

A strong Somerset squad including Peter Trego and Jamie Overton:
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"Somerset Second XI Coach, Greg Kennis has named the following squad for the match: Tom Banton, Fin Trenouth, Eddie Byrom, George Bartlett, Ben Green, Max Waller, Louis Shaw, Ollie Sale, Ben Wells, Tommy Sturgess, Peter Trego and Jamie Overton."
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#3
Narrow defeat but 7-35 for OHD in a total of 300:
http://live.nvplay.com/ecb/#s7586a48b-1f...3f431f5d5e
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The match winning innings of 156 for Somerset was by Tom Banton, who until 2 years ago was part of the Warwickshire system, indeed Tom played several 2nd xi games as a 15 year old.

He is a player who looks to have a very good future and is been given lots of opportunities at his new county.
While Robert may be bad, Robert is not all Mugabe's.
There are GOOD Mugabe's
It is Warwickshire County Cricket Club!
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#5
I saw all of Somerset's home games in the One Day Cup. It has to be said that Tom Banton looked thoroughly out of his depth and struggled badly with the bat. He did take a couple of very good boundary catches though. Maybe he will make it at first team level. Somerset obviously think so as they are not short of alternatives and they did give him a good run. For now, though, it seems to indicate a big difference between 2nd XI and 1st XI standards.
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#6
On paper a narrow 14 run defeat but in reality a convincing win by Somerset, with the 3rd wicket partnership of 151 runs between Banton and Bartlett setting them up for what would have been a score well over 300 but for Oliver Hannon-Dalby's excellent bowling in the final overs (in his final two overs he took 4 wickets for 7 runs). Peter Trego bowled an excellent opening spell for Somerset and surprisingly Sam Hain batting at number three really struggled for his 39 runs off 64 balls, with too many dot balls and shots played to Somerset fielders in the circle during his 2nd wicket partnership of 57 runs in 16 overs with Dominic Sibley, during which both Tommy Sturgess and Max Waller bowled tightly. Good hitting by Rhodes, Umeed, Mellor and  Panayi gave Warwickshire an outside chance but they had been left with too much to score in the later overs.
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