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After a disappointing result on Saturday, the 1s travelled to Notts Premier outfit Kimberly, looking for a place in the Premier Cup final.

 

After weeks of failure, the skipper Adam Finlay won the toss and elected to bowl. The Kimberly openers were soon on the front foot, making the most of the 10 over restrictions, which are part of their Saturday league rules. They continued to put the foot down, on a difficult ground to stem the flow, and at drinks with the scorebaord on 170-0, a huge score was looming. Jack Gorbert immediatly took a wicket after drinks, and with Paul Allen (4-32) reeling off a fantastic 10 over spell at one end, the Dons got a bit of control back, and it took some last over hitting to take the score to 291-7.

 

With a final on the line, the Dons came out in postive fashion, Michael Mitchell hitting a run a ball 33, and Nick Rigg playing tap and run to the annoynance of the home fielders. Neither could go on and at 72-3, it looked a big ask. Josh Brear and Joe Ashdown then combined to add 150 in good time, ticking the ones snd hitting anything loose to the boundary. At 224-3 with 12 overs remaining the Dons looked in control. Ashdown departed for 78 off 67, but the skipper kept the pace up with a brisk 18. Brear finally fell for a run a ball 94, with the score on 271. With the game still in our hands, the ones kept coming but 3 run outs bought the game to its final ball with 1 required and 1 wicket left. Tom Williams kept his cool steering a low full toss to the 3rd man boundary, to claim a famous victory.

 

The final will be against Eckington at Ockbrook on Sunday 3rd September 12.30pm

 

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