England cricket club 18 all out. Opposition win match in 12 minutes

first_imgA local cricket match in the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League in England produced some never-seen-before numbers on Tuesday.Beckenham CC won the toss against Bexley CC and opted to bat first but little did they imagine that they would be back on the field in 50 minutes after getting bowled out for just 18 runs in 11.2 overs.Bexley CC in reply took just 12 minutes to knock off the 18 runs without losing a wicket in their run chase. The whole match was over within 61 minutes.The total was the lowest ever in Beckenham CC’s history and it will remain a big blot on the cricket club’s reputation which boasts of players from international through County to County 2nd XI level and Minor Counties.It was also the lowest score ever posted by a team in the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League.Alexander Senn, William MacVicar and Calum Lennos managed to score 4 runs each with the latter remaining unbeaten on the score while three more – Johan Malcolm, Asad Ali and Junaid Nadir – scored a run each.The rest of the five players faced a maximum of 21 deliveries without opening their accounts. Bexley CC conceded just 3 runs in extras – 1 leg-bye, 1 wide and 1 no-ball – which added to the total. Scorecard of the Kent Cricket League match between Beckenham CC and Bexley CC (Bexley CC Twitter Photo)Beckenham CC cricket club has existed for 152 years but never has it faced such humiliation in the sport as Bexley bowlers Calum MacLeod and Jason Benn ripped apart the batting lineup sharing all the 10 wickets between themselves.advertisementCalum MacLeod finished with figures of 6 wickets for 5 runs with 2 maidens in 6 overs while Jason Benn produced a spell of 4 wickets for 12 runs with 3 maidens in 5.2 overs.Bexley CC openers Christopher Laas and Aiden Griggs then made light work of the run chase and finished the match in 3.3 overs.Griggs ended up with 12 runs from 9 balls with three boundaries while Laas managed a boundary from 12 balls as Beckenham CC’s bowlers – William MacVicar and Asad Ali – gave away 6 runs in extras.last_img

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