Batting first it was Horton who ensured it was Cherry who got off to goo start as he enjoyed a knock of 66 before he was caught out.
Commenting on the game Horton said;
“It was nice to get some runs against my old team and other than a couple of loose shots I thought I played pretty well.”
“I was impressive with Beverley young bowlers and think if they had a couple more experienced players in their batting line up it would have been a bit more interesting in terms of the result.”
Ahead of the game the club had put on a family day as both sides paid tribute to Ashley Godber. Ahead of the game respects were paid while players from both teams wore black arm bands.
“Overall it was a good atmosphere at the ground with the family day that was in aid of Ash. It was a good effort from both teams in terms of promoting that too.”
Beverley are without a fixture next weekend while Cottingham will host Cherry knowing that any sort of result will see Cherry end the day top of the league.
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