The question on everybody’s lips upon arrival was, “Where is Flame?” The burly, red headed figure has not been seen or heard for a few weeks now. Some say he is lost on his way back from a night shift at Withernsea. Others say that he has moved to Wetwang CC. Other members, rather hazily are saying that the towering, ginger haired medium pacer is dead.
Agnes’ inning started slowly, the two Will’s (Norman and Watts) struggled to cope with the disciplined medium pace. Out of nowhere, Sam Wragg sprang to life, hitting 4 sixes in a row. Could this be a night of history? The infamous John Futter (grandfather of Mick Futter) once hit 4 sixes for Agnes, 5 in a row is however yet to happen. With all of Sam’s muscles (and puppy fat) tensed he swung but with no success. Sam was regrettably caught the next ball going for a 5th six.
Agnes struggled but rallied well at the end, Marley Ward ran well but the boundaries did not come. Agnes ended on a respectable 105.
Agnes would have to field and bowl well to be in with a chance of victory. Charlie Watts continued his form with the ball, he was however let down by some sloppy fielding; fielding which in the end probably decided the outcome of the game. Driffield romped to victory with 2.4 overs left.
Port moment went to Wragg once again. The players took their frustration out by eating many of the Judges finest hot pizzas. The skipper is rumoured to have severely burnt the roof of his mouth and Charlie Watts is crying somewhere because he doesn’t like melted cheese.