Seconds are too strong for Dorridge

First published in Sportsview

KIDDERMINSTER Victoria seconds continued their excellent form by seeing off Dorridge by five wickets.

Some superb bowling enabled KVCC to dismiss the home team for a very low score.

After winning the toss, the attack dismissed the home side for 130 in 38 overs.

Jack Beadsworth started the collapse with 3-35, but skipper Mark Mansell destroyed any attempt at a fight back with six wickets for just six runs.

Andy Logan also took a wicket but the day belonged to Mansell.

Despite losing Henry Wright (14) and Gomez Vincent (4) early on, Andrew Kimberlin (34) and Stephen Yarsley (21) steered KVCC to 130-5.

Only Robert Collen had any affect with the ball for Dorridge, taking 3-40. Nathan Myers and Thom Smith took one apiece.

KVCC are now second in Birmingham 2nd XI Division One.

So far this season, they have won five matches and had two abandoned On Saturday, they entertain third in the table West Bromwich Dartmouth (12.30pm start).

In Worcestershire County League Division Four, Kidderminster’s clash against Five Ways was abandoned without a ball being bowled.

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