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Report: Hillyard hundred at HAC

HAC 192 all out (Short 3-34) Jesters 194-2 (Hillyard 101*) Noah Hillyard continued where he left off at Streatham & Marlborough by scoring his maiden Jesters hundred in a comfortable 8 wicket victory in the Artillery Garden. Andrew Short took 3-34 to help dismiss HAC for 192. Match manager Robbie Hudson tells his version of the story... Into the valley of the shadow of all those tall buildings surrounding the HAC's central London fortress-cum-wedding-venue marched however many Jesters I could find on a bank-holiday weekend when a few unreliable Jesters had pulled out late to get jobs or have their eighth knee fitted, which was ten Jesters. Due to Defence Department cutbacks, they faced nine

Report: Winning start at S&M

Streatham & Marlborough 157-9 (Hillyard 3-33) Jesters 161-8 (Hillyard 37*, Harris 35) The season got off to an exciting start at Streatham & Marlborough with a tense final over win chasing 157. Louis Harris (35) and Noah Hillyard (37*) played the crucial knocks as we recovered from 111-8. Noah had earlier taken three wickets. There are few better sights in English cricket than 11 good men and true taking the field for the Jesters' first game of a new season. And so it came to pass for the 84th time in the Club's history on a chilly afternoon in South London when skipper Adnan Mohammed called incorrectly. The new ball partnership was a throwback to the halcyon days of the late noughties - Jon

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