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The Church Times Cricket Cup hots up

AS THE country basked in the sunshine, the Church Times Cricket Cup hotted up.

Defending champions Salisbury were comprehensively beaten by Bath & Wells at Sherborne School on Monday.

Salisbury batted first and reached 166 for 8. Strain was the top scorer with 66, while Keen was the pick of the Bath & Wells bowlers, taking 4 wickets for 23. In reply, Bath & Wells cantered to 167 for the loss of just one wicket. ...

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