Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Tim Chowns - 12th August 2020 8:00am
Haddenham U13s recorded their third win in a row as they beat Aston Clinton and Buckland with 10 wickets to spare at the weekend.
Accurate and aggressive bowling restricted Aston Clinton to 46 all out.
And with thunder crashing over head, Haddenham got their skates on and overhauled this target with no wickets lost.
Our next game at home is on Sunday morning 16th August, at 9:30 against the mighty Aston Rowant — but to be honest, nobody looks forward to facing Haddenham in this sort of form.
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