Missing several key batsmen, Beverley struggled against an accurate Humbleton attack, only making 73 as they batted first. James Emery and Kieran O’Brien top scored with 19 apiece.
But despite his and young Jamie Roe’s efforts with the new ball, Humbleton cruised home to 74-3. Spence finished with 2-11 off his four overs.
Skipper Alan Acklam walks back to the pavilion as Beverley slump to a home defeat to Humbleton
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