Cricket: Draws galore in Middlesex Division Two
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A round-up of the latest matches from Middlesex Division Two
Highgate remain top of Middlesex Division Two following their clash with Twickenham on a day when all games in the league ended in draws.
After being put into the field, the visitors bowled Twickenham out for 230, with Malik Sadiq taking 4-47.
In reply, Shane McNamara top scored with 73, but Highgate were unable to get close to Twickenham’s total, instead closing 153-9,
A five-wicket haul for Jordan Gregory was not enough for North London as they drew with Osterley.
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After winning the toss, the visitors elected to field first, with Gregory taking 5-46 as Osterley closed on 219-9.
In reply, Ralph Pedersen top scored with 34, but North London could only reach 157-9 before the close of play.
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Hornsey saw their game with Enfield end in a draw despite a century from opener James Bull.
After being put into bat, Bull made 113 off just 99 balls as Hornsey made 288 before being bowled out.
In reply, Jack Bruce took 2-37, but Hornsey were unable to skittle their hosts out as Enfield reach the end of play on 238-4.
Harrow St Mary’s also saw their clash with Barnes end in a draw.