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Cricketer Rosie shines in school’s narrow home defeatJuly 3rd, 2019
Wales youth player, Rosie, hit an excellent half-century as Monmouth School for Girls lost narrowly in their first-ever hard-ball cricket match at home.
Playing a Twenty20 fixture on the beautiful Sports Ground at Monmouth School for Boys, the girls were outstanding against their opponents, Solihull School.
Bowling first, Rosie (2-24) was on a hat-trick in her opening over and was supported by captain, Florrie (0-18) and Lotte (1-12) as the hosts limited Solihull to 144-3.
In reply, Rosie struck a fine 51 before retiring, while Beatrice (21) ran superbly between the wickets and Clemmie cracked a boundary from only her second delivery in hard-ball cricket.
Monmouth School for Girls eventually closed on 123-3, just 21 runs adrift.
The game was played in a wonderful spirit and Monmouth’s players can definitely build upon their skills.
Team: Florrie (captain), Beatrice, Clemmie, Eliza, Rosie, Lauren, Sophia, Tulia, Sophie S, Sophie P and Lotte.