On a fine summers day, Wedmore arrived at Castle Cary. And after winning the toss, Captain Scott Harris decided to bat first. And it was Harris And the Explosive Cook who opened the batting for Wedmore, Putting together a useful opening stand of 47 for Wedmore. Cook was dismissed then dismissed for 5, this brought Boley to the crease, who was quickly sent back after receiving a good ball from Lake. M Drew then walked to the crease, after a shaky start Drew started to dispatch bowlers to all parts. It was the partnership of the Powerhouses Drew and Harris who took the game away from Castle Cary with a partnership of 168. Harris reached his maiden hundred for the club with a combination of graceful stroke play and patience, Drew then accelerated showing a variety of cricketing strokes, Drew eventually fell for 90. This allowed for the batting debut of Mark Plummer for Wedmore, Plummer took advantage of the wickets in hand and went after the Cary bowlers, eventually being dismissed in the last over, A. Fraser then came to make a quick cameo ending the innings 1 not out, with Wedmore at 292-3 and Harris 129 not out.
Wedmore then took to the field with the aim of taking early wickets and ending the game early. T Stevens took two early wickets, And Burgess was his usual economical self. Lazenby and Boley also bowled tight spots keeping Castle Cary's runs down, But as it appeared that the game was in Wedmore's hands the Rain came and Cary took full advantage of the rain, leaving the game at 206-4 with 4 overs remaining leaving the game at a draw and a disappointing end to what was a great day for Wedmore.
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