SWANAGE 1st XI have won two of their four matches in Division One to occupy fifth place.
The highlight of their batting was Craig Wells’ century against Poole – he has also made two other half-centuries.
Both captain Ben Hodder and wicket-keeper/batsman Tom Wells have also registered half-centuries.
The stand-out bowler has been Ryan Stearn, well supported by Charlie Dyke and Sid Nash.
The 2nd XI have also won two of their four games to lie sixth in a very competitive Division 4.
The highlight of their batting was Mike Nash’s unbeaten century at Cheselbourne. He has also scored a half-century.
David Alcock, Phil Eades and John Lewis have also recorded half-centuries.
The outstanding bowling performances have come from Ross Carroll, James Harding and Sam Marks.
The 3rd XI have won two of their three games in Division 6 to occupy third position.
The highlight of their batting was Tim Ives’ century against Dorchester. He has also made two other half-centuries.
The highlight of their bowling was Ethan Stacey’s four-wicket haul in the same game but Andrew Hancock and Alan Marks have also performed consistently.
The club’s seven youth sides and the Women & Girls Team have all performed admirably during the first month of the season.
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