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Catney batters carry the can for another defeat

CATHERINE-de-Barnes were hit by a third defeat in a row after another abject batting display.

CATHERINE-de-Barnes were hit by a third defeat in a row after another abject batting display.

Only three batsmen reached double figures as they were shot out for just 112 at home to Stratford-upon-Avon.

The visitors reached their target for the loss of just three wickets and the result sees Catney lose their place at the top of division one.

Our top flight sides faired little better with Earlswood suffering a reality check after last week's shock win against Kineton.

Seven days on and they were put to the sword at home by Shipston on Stour in the premier division. After making 115-8 in their allotted overs Earls saw the visitors move to 116-6 to take the spoils.

Henley-in-Arden's woes continued as they suffered a heavy defeat at Bretforton.

The home side rattled up an impressive 277-6 to put themselves in the driving seat and it proved to be more than sufficient as Henley were shot out for just 132.

 

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