PwC Have the Edge on Challinors on Run Rate

The Birmingham Post (England), July 19, 2008 | Go to article overview

PwC Have the Edge on Challinors on Run Rate


Birmingham's cricketing lawyers are out of this year's John Bright Trophy after PricewaterhouseCoopers won a semi-final place on Monday.

The calculators were out as the accountants reached a winning score of 111/4 in 10.4 overs v No5 Chambers to achieve a net run rate marginally ahead of solicitors Challinors, who also won three of their four group matches. PwC play the impressive Ernst & Young side next Thursday, while GVA Grimley meet the strong KPMG team in the other semi-final in Birmingham's corporate cricket tournament at Britannic Park, Moseley, on Tuesday. The week did provide a consolation for lawyers though when Harborne CC's captain Darren Culbard blitzed his way to a textbook 35 and then took 3-7 in his two eight-ball overs for solicitors Pinsent Masons. But opponents King Sturge gamely weathered this tour de force gaining an exciting five-wicket win.

Results - Week 11 Mon July 14 - No5 Chambers 108.4 in 16 overs (A Hafeez 30, S Rauf 3-4, E Crust 2-15) PwC 111/4 in 10. …

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