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Report: Jesters hang on at Vincent Square

Pink Elephants 152-6 off 44 overs Jesters 130-9 off 29 overs (Nag 51) Jonny Bridcut and Matt Berry held on to secure a low scoring draw at Vincent Square, although we had been given just 29 overs to chase 152. Berry, Noah Hillyard and Nick Mumby had earlier bowled miserly spells to restrict the Elephants to 60-5 off the first 30 overs. Shorbo Nag's fifty was the high point of The Jesters' patchy pursuit. More to follow from match manager Louis Harris...

Report: Chak century sees off Barnes

Jesters 269/8 (Chak 116, Harris 52) Barnes 244/6 (Mortimer 2-35, Banerjee 2-36) Jesters won by 25 runs Another Jesters hundred for DJ Chak and a quick Louis Harris fifty set up this excellent win at Barnes Common. More details to follow soon, we hope, from the century maker himself.

Report: Students deliver lesson at Jesus

Jesters 189-8 dec (Hudson 61, A Smith 36) Jesus 190-3 We had no real answer to William van der Byl (4-33 & 104*), who bowled with some venom before battering our attack to all parts. Two late wickets made this seven wicket defeat look slightly less emphatic than it actually was. Consecutive reverse sweeps for four by Robbie Hudson (61) were two of few highlights for the Jesters, but match manager Ollie Doward attempts to find more in a full match report below... Although Jesters were well and truly thumped by Jesuans, there were several moments to celebrate. The first came shortly after Robbie Hudson and Louis Harris strode out to open the innings. Louis' eyes lit up at a loosener outside of

News: Sutton game cancelled

Unfortunately, the match against Sutton this Sunday has been cancelled as they have been unable to raise a side. Saturday's game against Jesus College in Cambridge is going ahead as planned.

Report: A ton, 7-for & hat-trick in win at LCC

Jesters 194-5 (Verma 101*) Leatherhead 192 (Hillyard 7 wkts) It was an afternoon of high drama at Leatherhead as we snatched victory by just three runs thanks to Santosh Verma's maiden Jesters century and Noah Hillyard's seven wickets, which included a hat-trick. Extremely well done both! Match manager Nick Mumby's report appears below... The Jesters made a welcome return to Leatherhead Cricket Club. The captains decided on a timed game, with 20 overs from 6pm and a 2pm start leaving about 75 overs on offer for the sides to try and conjure a result. Skipper Nick Mumby elected to bat first and, with a short boundary and a hard pitch, was looking for around 200 from a good-looking Jesters batt

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