Saints edged out of McKinley White T20
PUBLISHED: 08:41 22 May 2012
Topsham St James exited the McKinley White T20 at the first hurdle, beaten by Countess Wear.
The local derby was contested on a bitterly cold evening with play not finishing until almost 9pm!
Topsham St James batted first and made 133-5 from their 20 overs with a run-a-ball knock of 41 from Theo Miller in his first match for the club, the top contribution.
Ross Treleaven cracked a splendidly rapid unbeaten 33 off just 19 balls and Ben Ward chipped in with a 37-ball 31.
Countess Wear got home with five wickets and three deliveries left. Treleaven was the best of the Saints bowlers with figures of 2-21.
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