Warwickshire Shot Down By The Spitfires

Last updated : 13 August 2012 By Covsupport News Service

Warwickshire County Cricket Club were shot down by Kent Spitfires tonight in a CB40 game.

Warwicks batted first at Edgbaston and were soon giving away wickets. Five runs were on the board but Warwicks had lost Evans, Porterfield and skipper Jim Troughton.

Darren Maddy was the first player to make it into double figures and he went for ten.

Tim Ambrose went for eleven, followed by Javid for four, Patel for five and Barker for two to see Warwicks in big trouble on 57-8.

Whilst Rikki Clarke did his best with an unbeaten 35, Paul Best came in and hit a six before being caught after making fifteen. Then Chris Wright became Darren Stevens fourth victim and Warwicks were all out for 92 in 30.4 overs.

Chris Wright had Billings caught by Porterfield for eight and Barker had Key out for twenty before Darren Maddy took two wickets, However, Kent strolled to an easy six wickets victory with 118 balls remaining.