Jonathan Fisher is calling for his side to put last weekend’s result away to Woodhouse Grange behind them and focus on the last three games.
Beverley Town Cricket Club first team enjoyed a mixed weekend of results but the skipper feels his side have what it takes to end the season in the top four of the league.
On Saturday Beverley took 27 points in their match with Studley Royal, the skipper himself enjoying a knock of 57 while Matthew Mudd again took wickets and scored.
The following Monday however Beverley fell apart as they were well beaten by Woodhouse Grange with only Jonny Vodden making any real impact with the bat.
This weekend Beverley will welcome Stamford Bridge to the Norwood Recreation Ground and Fish is hopeful side can bad all thirty points.
Speaking ahead of the game Fish told HU17.net;
“We owe Stamford Bridge one, they turned us over at their place even though we put a strong team out so we need to do the same to them this week at Norwood.”
“We have had some good results in recent weeks but unfortunately so have the sides around us in the league so we have slipped down a few places.”
“Last week’s defeat to Woodhouse Grange hurt, they may be at the top of the table but the result at their place was just not good enough.”
“As a team we need to put everything behind us now and look to win all of our last games, if some results go our way we potentially could finish in third place.”
Beverley will need to be on their game this Saturday, when the sides last met Beverley dropped vital points, something cannot afford to do if they are to finish near the top of the table.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 1st Team
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