Delatite seconds in top position

Aran Maloney

LET ME AT IT: Colin Godber is in position to hit the bowling to the fence on Saturday at Lords.

AFTER last week’s cricket game against Merton was washed out, along with most of the games in the district, Delatite players were keen to be back on the field, this time at their home ground of Lords in Mansfield.

Delatite took on Tatong, who certainly managed to prove they’re finals contention, even with only eight players at one point.

Tatong won the toss and sent Delatite in to bat first.

Rohan West and Jarrod Glennon began well for Delatite, West with a handy 19 runs and Glennon with 15.

However, the Delatite batsmen struggled against a relentless Tatong bowling attack, backed up by some excellent work in the field, and wickets began to fall.

Ed Breadon and James Bartlett did their bit, but could not go on for a big score, as Tatong maintained the pressure.

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