Malcolm’s Match

Sunday saw the 2nd match in memory of Malcolm Woodall with an Ansty team playing Lewes St Michaels, the club Malcolm played for.
Malcomb’s wife Pam provided tea supported by many others with cakes.

The match finished in a win for Ansty but the result did not matter as the day was about Malcolm.
Tom, Malcolm’s son who plays for Ansty, scored a half century in Ansty’s innings as they set a target of 211.
Lewes St Michaels ended their innings on 163-7.

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The two teams with Pam, Jake (Umpire) and Nick (scorer) during the tea interval