Shepherds Bush hope to end winless run at North Middlesex

PUBLISHED: 16:00 15 August 2018

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

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


Bromyard Avenue outfit tied with Teddington last Saturday

Shepherds Bush will hope to end a four-game winless run in the Middlesex County Premier Division when they visit North Middlesex on Saturday.

The latest game without a win for the Bromyard Avenue outfit came on Saturday when they tied with Teddington.

Bowling first at home, Bush bowled the visitors out for 213 as Dexter Marsh ended with figures of 4-44.

Though Oliver James contributed 78 with the bat, the Bromyard Avenue were also dismissed for 213 as the sides ended the match dead level, resulting in them taking five points apiece.

Bush will look to earn a first win in over a month on Saturday, but know it will be tough against a North Midd side who beat them earlier in the season.

Though Idriss Otto-Mian hit 75 and Stephen Barnard took 4-35, the Bromyard Avenue side lost by five wickets in June and they will bid to avenge that defeat on Saturday.

And if they can avenge it, it will end a long wait for a win for Bush.

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