Chairman's Blog

There is no stopping the resurgent Jonathan Neame. Coming in with the upper order scratching about at 67 for 3 in the 20th over at Nonington, Jonathan launched the counter attack without bothering to play himself in. When he was out for 66 he had scored nearly three quarters of the runs gathered while he was at the crease, and the innings had gained an unstoppable momentum. He then went on to add to his wicket haul for the season, and his major concern now is persuading Match Managers to allow him enough overs to bowl himself into contention for the averages. He can expect to be batting at 11 and spending long afternoons on the remostest boundaries.