A Tale From The Captain.
On a glorious summers day with the sound of diesel generators in the Witney air Westcott lost the toss and were inserted on a fast lively pitch, with Reh smashing the ball around to all parts it looked as if a big total was on the cards and our day was going to be as good as Prince Harry’s wedding night. Sadly the Westcott batting did not live up to its earlier promise ( i am not sure if Harry lived up to his) and we limped to 168Although all the bowlers performed well, Seacole jnr (pictured above) batted superbly for Witney for his ton and was the difference between the sides, would we have won if the two chances he gave were held? who knows (probably). A four wicket loss but on the plus side a visit to Witney snooker club showed Tiz is still attractive to the opposite sex and George learnt a couple of new jokes and made a new friend. In the words of that famous actor ” i’ll be back”, next week in fact in the cup. I hope that bloody fun fair has gone.