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Tight win at Middleton Stoney

Middleton Stoney 164-7 dec (42 overs) Chak 4-31 Jesters CC 165-7 (40.1 overs) Hancock 37, A Smith 34, Zaib 33 Jesters won by 3 wickets Jesters XI: Murphy (c), Hancock (wk), Nag, Zaib, Harris, A Smith, Hudson, Mohammed, Chak, Dancey, Short

Bell & Nag excel in the heat at Chobham

Chobham 143 all out (Bell 7-38) Jesters CC 144-2 (Nag 66, Hudson 56*) Jesters won by 8 wkts In 2005, Chobham collapsed to 156 all out from 106-3, with Ollie Doward claiming 7-22. A year later in 2006, Sandy Ross and Allan Dodd accounted for the last eight Chobham wickets for no runs in 20 deliveries as 99-2 became 99 all out. Fast forward to 2020 and it was Tom Bell's nibblers that sparked another spectacular collapse as 87-0 turned into 143 all out. Tom finished with an eye-catching 7-38 off eight overs, the best Jesters bowling figures for 15 years. A beaming Tom Bell after his seven wicket haul Robbie Hudson (56*) and Sarbajeet Nag (66) rattled off the runs in 25 overs. Match manager Jonn

Tense last over loss at Hampton Wick

Jesters CC 172-9 (Hancock 46*) Hampton Wick Royal CC 173-8 Lost by 2 wickets We eagerly await DJ Chak's match report detailing what sounded like a classic Jesters performance in our new fixture at Hampton Wick. There are tales of stolen teas, fielding calamities and a thrice-bouncing wide to finish the game.

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