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LIME Masters do well


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REIGNING BARBADOS OVER-40 CRICKET CHAMPIONS LIME Masters (now Flow) enjoyed mixed fortunes on their recent tour of England, winning four matches and losing two while the other two games were rained out.

Wicketkeeper/batsman Owen Birch had a very prolific tour, hitting two centuries and also getting two half-centuries. Birch stroked his way to 105 off just 80 balls in the opening encounter against Litchfield and after scoring 89 in the next game versus Tamworth, made 103 before retiring against Handsworth.

Renaldo Hyland also scored 105 against HandsWorth while William Lashley was the other century-maker, scoring 112 against East Midland Police.


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