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Chiddingfold CC played Churt & Hindhead CC this week. Churt won the toss and chose to bat often a risky call in the indoor leagues as most teams choose to field. It did not pay off for Churt as they were only about to put a chaseable 92 on the score board off their 12 overs. Chiddingfold had no problem chasing this down, doing so in 9.1 overs.


No matches were played this week due to a clash with the World Cup.


There was a big game in the Fullbrook League this week as Gordon’s Camels played Walton-on-Thames with the Camels 4 points ahead going into this game.

Walton won the toss and elected to field. Gordon’s Camels put on a good score of 140. Could they hang on to the top of the table? Walton came out to bat and lost a wicket on the first ball of the innings and then 2 quick wickets fell shortly after that. But Walton were saved by a partnership of 84 runs between Yusuf Hafiz and Tom Donnelly which took them home, winning the game in the last over. Tom Donnelly scored 59 off 31 balls.


SURREY SLAM ICL- WIMBLEDON Old Hamptonians CC continue to control the top of Wednesday League table, maintaining their unbeaten status and their 8 point lead. This week, they beat Kingstonian CC very convincingly, restricting them to 69 runs off 12 overs which would have been very impressive to defend. However inevitably they didn't. losing within 6 overs.

At the middle of the pack Wimbledon Corinthians have come down the table and dropped crucial points, needing to bounce back quickly.

At the rear of the table, Roehampton have been left by Azaad, who went up the table leaving Roehampton rock bottom, although Roehampton have picked up some crucial points and are looking stronger in their performances.

After some more rounds played Guy’s & St Thomas’s Hospital CC hold onto their firm lead at the top of the Thursday table. However, St George’s University and Merton CC are beginning to hold onto them and perhaps a tilt at the top.

At the rear of the table, Guy’s & St Thomas’s B team have finally got off the bottom of the table with an impressive victory against St George’s University B team, who fall to the bottom themselves. A brilliant score from Sidarth Harigovind scoring 48 off 31 deliveries winning the game for them.