Batting First Beverley posted a commanding total of 227, their highest of the season so far. Anthony Spence led the way with the bat as he scored 78 before he was caught after trying to smash the ball out of the group.
Speaking with Hu17.net Spence said;
“I felt good out there, the Clifton attack was of no real concern to me, they lacked any real pace and the wicket was perfect for batting on.”
Overall I thought we were the stronger team throughout the day in terms of our batting and also or bowling.”
Alex Morrell once again showed his power picking up three wickets, Spence commented on the bowlers performance he said;
“Morrell was just too quick for them, they could not handle his bowling at all.”
Team captain Fisher who score a credible 70 said;
“This was a very good win indeed, we batted well to put the team in match winning position and our bowlers did the rest.”
“I was impressed with all my bowlers again, they finished with some figures, Jamie Roe (3-15). Morrell (3-46), Matthew Mudd (2-47) continuing last week’s good work while Keiran Thompson ended (1-34).”
Beverley have a 100% league record under the new skipper, they will look to carry that form into their next game Sherriff Hutton next weekend.