Bede’s won the toss and put Seaford into bat in the T20 contest. After a delayed start, the sun came out to create beautiful batting conditions and we reached 82 off our 20 overs.
Seaford’s bowlers started very well, with Ben Gregory and George Lock taking an early wicket apiece to put Bede’s on 8-2 in the second over. As the rain began to fall, sadly the Bede’s wickets didn’t follow suit as they moved to 28-2 off the first five overs. Seaford’s Thorneley and Gillespie were charged with the task of turning things around, but Bede’s eventually ran out winners by seven wickets.
“Seaford battled hard but sadly we couldn’t defend the modest total of 82 runs,” said Dan Joseph, Head of Cricket.