03. Jun, 2011 1 Comment
This is not a good “shape” for the cover drive. Head should be further forward, almost over the knee roll. Not a bad example of the “check” drive, though.
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Six 4-fors, another Women's 100 & a tied game - an exciting weekend at Dulwich CC rounded-up: dulwichcc.com pic.twitter.com/eyjBTkxtNZ
Congrats and thanks to our last minute u10B sub player Ariyan Haji, who left u8 training to make up numbers and took two Wimbledon wickets!
Someone's making a habit of this.. Great ton from Kira! pic.twitter.com/llfVNvR5je
The weekend rounded up - lots of rain, but some Dulwich points secured & a special batting effort in the 4th XI - dulwichcc.com
Congrats to DCC u12Bs on a thrilling last ball victory over Old Rutlishians yesterday to continue their unbeaten record this season
DCC u12s through to the semi-finals of the NEC cup after defeating Old Whits yesterday - now only two wins away from a successive cup win!
Celebratory beers!! @dulwichcc pic.twitter.com/qWG1qSFBWR
Great win for the ladies today against Horsham 2's, chasing down 152 with overs to spare
And finally Jordan Chapman with 4 catches in the 3s, including a showboating, unnecessary one handed one!! #Eng3NZ2
Skipper of the 3s also continued his recent jug avoidance performances with another 4 wickets. Typical tight fisted northerner!!
But pride of place goes to Julian Dean with a century for the 4s. 'About bloody time' was JD's chat. Can't disagree with that!!
Stars yesterday included Frankie Brown with a 6-for in the 1s and Patrick George with 3 wkts and 30 odd not out in the 3s
Dulwich CC 2nd XI from Gareth Cornick on Vimeo.
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