Skipper Andy Burton was pleased with his sides efforts that saw Beverley get 26 points as Zingari held on to earn a losing draw.
Speaking after the match Burton said;
“It was a fantastic team effort. We are now looking now to build on this positive result.”
“All four bowlers bowled superbly all round great team performance. Matthew Mudd 2 wickets, Kez Thompson 2 wickets, Jamie Roe bowled with great control to get 2 wickets and they were well supported by Bradley Graham who got 1 wicket.”
Beverley Town bated first and the skipper put in a strong performance as he helped himself to 44 while the run machine, Harry Gamble chipped in with 73.
Town looked in all sorts of trouble, though the skipper and Gamble steadied the ship and ensure that Beverley set the newly formed Zingari a challenging target.
In reply Zingari managed just 187 as Beverley’s bowlers did their best to win the match for the team. However Zingari managed to see out all their overs claiming a share of the points.
Burton feels that this result will help build confidence in the side who face an away day next, he said;
“It is early days, but the signs are looking positive. We will travel to Dunnington on Saturday with confidence high.”
The result means that Beverley sit mid table in the Hunters Y&DSCL Premier Division with 29 points from their opening two fixtures.
Elsewhere it was also a very productive day for Beverley’s second team who faced their former captains current club, Hornsea Town, earning a draw to go top of their division.
Town put on a fantastic 293, as Will Parker scored 120. Town however were unable to get the ten wickets needed to secure the win, falling just one wicket short as the sides shared a draw.
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