Werrington beaten in regional t20 final
Werrington’s hopes of reaching the ECB National Club t20 Championship Regional final were thwarted on Sunday when they were defeated in the Area Final at Frocester, in Gloucestershire.
The day had begin well with a three wicket win over Welsh side Sully Centurions in the semi-final.
Paul Smith took three for 20 and Alex Smeeth two for 18 to restrict Sully to 124 for nine.
Adam Hodgson made 38 and Smith 31 to see Werrington to victory by three wickets.
Buy one get one free on main course and specials excludes fillet steaks and beef wellingtons
Must book to qualify and present voucher on arrival 01209860332
Contact: 01209 700617
Valid until: Wednesday, December 11 2013
The hosts, Frocester, made 162 for four in the other semi-final to see off Sidmouth by 85 runs.
Batting first in the final, after being put in, their top order again impressed to make 149-8 with Uzi Qureshi top scoring with 37.
They had 82 on the board for the loss of two wickets in 12 overs. Smith picked up four late wickets for 31.
Werrington lost Nick Lawson and Alex Smeeth with only two on the board. That became 42 for five before Adam Hodgson top scored with 38. Last man Ian Worsnip made 24 in a tenth wicket stand of 34 with Tom Lyle (10no).
They were all out for 123 to lose by 26 runs with three balls remaining. Frocester now visit Wimbledon for a place in the National Finals day.