Dulwich rooted to the bottom
A lower order collapse cost Dulwich on Saturday as they fell to the foot of Surrey Championship division one.
At Spencer, they started well, reducing the hosts to 20-4 early on before eventually bowling them out for 168 with Mark Kelly and Tom Savill both recording figures of 3-50.
James Price led the charge in reply as he took Dulwich to 89-5 but, after he was dismissed for 47, they mounted little resistance – only Kelly (11) and Nick Storey (19) made it into double figures – and were all out for 113 for a 55-run defeat.
It leaves Dulwich with only one point – from an abandoned match – after three games this season.
In division four, Dan Ellis’s 52 helped Streatham & Marlborough to a tight three-wicket win over Chipstead Coulsdon & Walcountians.
Having bowled their hosts out for 192, Streatham only made their target on the penultimate ball in a thrilling finale to the match.
Streatham have no league game this Saturday but Dulwich host Cheam, who were relegated from the Premier Division last season.
Comments are closed on this article.