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Ardleigh Green & Havering Atte Bower 2nd v Old Southendian & Southchurch 2nd XI – Hamro Foundation Essex League (2nd XI Division Two) – Ardleigh Green & Havering Atte Bower CC – Summary
Ardleigh Green & Havering Atte Bower 2nd 194/9 (40.0 overs)
Old Southendian & Southchurch 2nd 197/9 (39.4 overs)
Old Southendian & Southchurch 2nd won the toss and elected to bowl
Old Southendian & Southchurch 2nd won by one wicket
The Old Southendian & Southchurch second-string remain in contention for promotion following their dramatic last-over victory at Ardleigh Green & Havering Atte Bower.
Having been put in to bat, the home side posted 194/9 with Grant Apicella hitting an impressive unbeaten 58, while Kiran Mistry chipped in with 43 off 24 deliveries – Henry Williams (3/17) and Joe Madren (3/37) the pick of the Old Boys attack.
Wickets continued to tumble. Waj Ahmed – 41 off 76 balls – and Kaden Threadgold (33) had provided a platform for the visitors. However, James Walker and Archie Cook each took two for the home side to set up a dramatic finish.
Madren followed up his earlier performance with the ball by hitting Aaron Hills across the rope with two balls to spare. The Old Boys are level on points with second-placed Epping as a result.
Ardleigh Green & Havering Atte Bower 2nd: Aaron Hills, D Attard, Jordan Wallace, Grant Apicella, Daniyal Nadeem, Bradley Tollon, Liam Brooks, Archie Cook, Kiran Mistry, James Walker, Randell Thomas
Old Southendian & Southchurch 2nd: Dan Chilmaid, Wajid Ahmad, Mo Aqeel, Kaden Threadgold, Sean Miller, Blake Sutheran, Dylan Batt, Henry Williams, Joe Madren, Kaelan Williams, Luke Wells
Points: Ardleigh Green & Havering Atte Bower 7 Old Southendian & Southchurch 2nd 20