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Church Times Cricket Cup

LICHFIELD and Wor­cester continued their progress in the Church Times Cricket Cup this week.

On a glorious sum­mer’s day on Monday, Lichfield met Cov­entry at Great Alne. Lichfield chose to bat first and made 295 for 4. Reynolds made 81, and was followed by Gregory, who made 60, Hack 63, and Darlington a lively 67. Burch took 2 for 68 off 8. In reply, Coventry made 67 all out in the 22nd over.

Also on Monday, Wor­cester saw ...

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