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Darren Gosling provides a full summary of a comprehensive defeat to our 20/20 nemessis team. This report carries a MYWD health warning.
Stirling Remains Strong Throughout
A pulsating, enthralling, exasperating but ultimately joyous start to our T20 campaign, and of course putting one over Surrey is always a cause for celebration. Those of you watching on TV will have had a far clearer view of the ins and outs than I did from the back of the Upper Tavern, so rather than a blow-by-blow account here are some random thoughts and impressions.
Like Peas Poor in a Pod More
Despite some late entertainment from Tim Murtagh, this was yet another day to forget for the Middlesex faithful as we were well and truly thrashed by Kent, to the tune of 342 runs, at a sun baked Canterbury After the narrow win at Leicester had appeared to re-ignite our flickering hopes for promotion, this abject performance surely points to a second season in Division Two.To add insult to injury, the recently released Harry Podmore was our nemesis today, and his 6/36 in 14 overs in this innings was too good for us to handle.
Middlesex in a Stew(art)
London Leprecahun gives us a remote view of the 2nd day at Canterbury. After the drama of day1 this is not much better. Not helped by constant drops in the radio feed.
Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me
Kev reports on a very strange day where what looked liked a good psiotion ended up as a diabolical one for Middlesex.
Hilton Towers in our Great Eskiape
As build up for Kent game we hear from Richard Scott on his views on how we turned expected defeat to an unlikely victory.
Close Shave as Barber is one of our heroes
A short mainly pictorial record of our 2nd XI triumph Radlett. Something to cheer everyone up and give hope for the future.
Should I stay or should I go now?
Even More Ackermanned Off
Roe Ed reports on a mainly depressing day for Middlesex with some hope at the end.
The times they are a changing
London Leprecahuan reports on a tough first day at Leicester. Not just for players but supporters too judging by the travelogue going along with the cricket. With a trip down memory lane as well you may find the cricket bits hard to spot. But that maybe just as well.
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