Aldridge 1st XI vs Cannock 1st XI

Overseas player, Faizan Khan was the star of the show as Cannock racked up a score of 291-7 after opting to bat first at Aldridge. Khan smashed 111 from 105 balls to bring up his first century for Cannock, he was well supported by Adam Benton who scored 44.

After a solid opening stand of 87, a flurry of wickets left Aldridge reeling at 112-5 but some middle order resistance ensured that the match ended in a draw. The pick of the Cannock bowlers was Rav Chahal who took 3-25 as the hosts finished on 177-7.

Cannock 2nd XI vs Aldridge 2nd XI

Cannock opted to bat first after winning the toss but were soon on the back foot following the loss of early wickets. 36 from Elliott Horton helped the side reach a moderate total of 148 all out.

Aldridge never looked in too much trouble during their run chase and eventually reached the winning target in the 48th over with six wickets remaining.

Beacon 3rd XI vs Cannock 3rd XI

After Cannock opted to bowl first, a brilliant spell from Cameron Osborne (5-26) had soon reduced Beacon to 42-6. Some sloppy fielding allowed the hosts to recover to 109 all out.

Osborne then followed up his bowling display with some excellent batting as he and Ian Slym put on 110 for the first wicket to win the game for the visitors. Slym scored 35 not out and Osborne rounded off his good day with 47 not out.

Cannock 4th XI vs Hammerwich 3rd XI

Cannock came out on top in a competitive game against Hammerwich to give them their first win of the season. Tom Hinks was the pick of the bowlers with 4-55 as the visitors were restricted to 157 all out.

Some good batting from Kevin Pearce (46), Mark Boden (36) and Andy Elliott (33) meant that the hosts were always on course to win the game, they eventually reached the target of 158 with four overs and five wickets to spare.

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