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SVCC Men's 2nd XI v Bromley 2nd XI (A) - 01.06.24

Sevenoaks Vine 2nd XI travelled to Bromley CC in a bid to return to winnings ways following back-to-back defeats.

The Vine won the toss and opted to bat first but were hit with skillful swing bowling from Bromley’s opening bowlers, Ryan Cartwright (1-9) and Will Sharp (2-29), who picked up the wickets of John Bowden, Hugh Piper and Milo Denny in the first 10 overs.

Cyrus White applied himself for a well-made 34 from 84 deliveries, but received no support from the Vine middle order with only Joe Banks (12) and Krish Joshi (16) getting into double figures. Lusty blows from the tail helped the Vine limp to 116 in 38.1 overs but it was another disappointing batting display from a talented lineup.

Opening bowlers James Carslaw (0-15) and Harry Robinson (2-34) failed to have the impact on the Bromley top order that was required when defending a low score. The introduction of William Huddy (1-9) and Krish Joshi (2-33) offered a glimmer of hope for the Vine, but well-calculated batting from Harry Purbrick (42) and Kris Hubert (22) helped Bromley to victory in 37 overs.

Another disappointing result for the 2nd XI, who will hope to bounce back next week when they play New Beckenham CC at home.

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