Shepherds Bush bid to finish on a high with win at Ealing

PUBLISHED: 10:00 30 August 2018

The local cricket season is well underway (pic: George Sessions).

The local cricket season is well underway (pic: George Sessions).


Bromyard Avenue side beat Hampstead by six wickets last weekend

Shepherds Bush will bid to finish their Middlesex County Premier Division campaign on a high with a win at Ealing in their final game of the season on Saturday.

The Bromyard Avenue outfit head into the game off the back of a six-wicket success at home to Hampstead last weekend.

Bush made the most of electing to bowl first, dismissing their visitors for just 109 as James Kidson finished with figures of 4-22.

Idris Otto-Mian then top scored with the bat for the hosts as his unbeaten 32 anchored a chase that was completed inside 25 overs.

The Bromyard Avenue outfit will look to build on that success this weekend when they make the trip to Ealing.

It will be tough, however, with Ealing also looking to finish on a high after missing out on winning the title to Richmond.

When Bush hosted Ealing in June, they suffered a six-wicket defeat.

The Bromyard Avenue side will hope to avoid a similar fate on Saturday as they bid to end the term with a win.

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