Disappointing batting display condemns Brondesbury to defeat against Twickenham

13:05 15 July 2014


Brondesbury's Rob Nelson. Pic: Max Flego

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A disappointing batting display condemned Brondesbury to a home defeat against Twickenham as they were bowled out for little more than 100.

No10 batsman Jamie Odell was the hosts’ top scorer with 23, with the next best contributions coming from opener James Overy (15) and Robert Nelson (13).

Twickenham’s Rahid Mullahzadah (6-23) did most of the damage as Brondesbury were skittled for only 109 in 46.5 overs – and the visitors reached the target in 18.3 overs, with three wickets down.

Opening batsman Eugene Berger struck an unbeaten 58 off 52 balls, and Babar Coudhary (17) and Carlos Nunes (20 not out) added strong support to keep Twickenham’s title challenge on track.


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