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Shenfield suffer heavy loss to Hadleigh

PUBLISHED: 14:00 17 June 2018

Jack Kliber of Shenfield (pic George Phillipou/TGS Photo)

Jack Kliber of Shenfield (pic George Phillipou/TGS Photo)

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Shenfield slumped to a 200-run defeat against Hadleigh in their Shepherd Neame Essex LEague Premier Division encounter at the Courage Playing Fields.

Visiting captain Richard Revell chose to bat first after winning the toss and Brandon Jacobs dominated the scoring as Paul Tibbenham, Max Holmes and Sam Handley fell for a combined nine runs to Arshad Ali and Charlie Haddon to leave them 60-3.

Adam Soilleux (50) put on 86 for the fourth wicket with Jacobs, before he was trapped lbw by Mitchell Edwards, with Ali (4-30) picking up two more wickets to makeit 196-6.

Jacobs went on to reach 105 from 134 balls, having hit three sixes and 11 fours, before he was trapped lbw by Essex staffer Aaron Beard (3-54), who claimed two more wickets late on as Hadleigh closed on 267-9.

Shenfield saw Jamie Walton run out without scoringin reply, with captain Jack Kliber dismissed by opposite number Revell to make it 8-2.

Edwards, Alan Jones, Ollie Ekers and Beard followed to leave Sheifled 25-6, with Revell claiming three of the wickets.

And Revell (5-14) completed his five-wicket haul by holding on to a catch off his own bowling to dismiss Tom Austin to make it 32-7.

Ryan Plom helped to move the total to 54 alongside Jack Plom, who was left unbeaten on 19 as Sam Handley claimed the final two wickets to fall as Shenfield were skittled for 67 inside 26 overs.


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