Sidmouth CC hosting T20 county cricket on Bank Holiday Monday

PUBLISHED: 10:02 07 May 2018 | UPDATED: 10:02 07 May 2018

Picture: Thinkstock

Picture: Thinkstock


Looking for something to do today (Monday) in Sidmouth?

There’s ‘crash-bang-wallop’ T20 cricket on offer at the Fortfield home of Sidmouth Cricket Club.

Devon were T20 action yesterday (Sunday) when they met Cornwall at Truro in back-to-back games that ended with honours even.

In the first game Cornwall batted first and scored 141-6 which Devon answered with 100-9.

The second match saw Cornwall bat first and make 127-7 which Devon passed with six wickets to spare.

Todays action at the Foretfield begins at 11am with the second game scheduled to start around 2pm.

The bar and catering units will be open throughout the day.

The squads for the two matches:

Devon v Dorset: M W Thompson (St Fagins), L J Lewis (Sidmouth), A W R Barrow T A Lammonby (both Exeter), Z G G Bess (Sidmouth), G R Chappell (Bradninch), P J Randerson (Heathcoat), J H Gibbs (North Devon), J E Thompson (Congresbury), S Barlow (Sidmouth), J A Stephens (Falmouth), J C Gore (Exeter), G Benton (Paignton), T J R Codd (Bovey Tracey), L F O Bess (Sidmouth).

Dorset: S W Currie (Hampshire Academy), B J Currie (Bashley (Rydall), Somerset II), J G Digby (Bashley Rydall), M T C Waller (Bridgwater), E J Ellis (St Cross & Symondians), L A Webb (High Wycombe), A J Eckland (North Perrott), J K H Naik (Sileby), T J Robinson (Poole), M A Wolstenholme (Northampton Saints), B J Walker (Totton & Ealing), C L Park (Bournemouth, J I McCoy (Havant).

Umpires: J S Attridge & G I Callaway.

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