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Arch-rivals enjoy a heated challenge

by Ed Thornton

The glorious weather has continued this week, as the Church Times Cricket Cup gets into full swing.

On Monday, Lon­don played their arch- rivals Southwark in the sun­shine at Ted­ding­­ton. London won the toss and put South­wark in to bat. Groen­ewald carried his bat for the full 40 overs, scoring an impressive 114. Good sup­porting contributions from Stainer (39), and Perkins (27) helped bring Southwark to a ...

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