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English Cricket Club Bexley CC saw an astounding match in the Shepherd Neame Kent Cricket League in England. Bexley chased 19 runs target against Beckenham in merely 12 minutes in a match that lasted 61 minutes.
The visitors, Beckenham CC won the toss and elected to bat first on a neutral pitch which had no demons in it on Tuesday.
Beckenham cricket club returned to the pavilion after scoring a humiliating total of 18 runs in the first innings. This was the lowest ever total in the 152 years of the club's existence and the league history as well. The first inning lasted for 49 minutes that saw five golden ducks and no player could score in double figures. The highest individual total in the innings was just 4 runs.
The ignited spell of the bowling duo of the hosts Calum MacLeod and Jason Benn bowled out the visitors in 11.2 over. MacLeod took 6 wickets conceding 5 runs, while Benn also picked up a four-wicket to break down the batting unit to bundle out the opponents for 18 runs.
In reply, the host's opening duo chased the target in merely 12 minutes. The hosts scored 22 runs in 3.3 overs without losing any wicket.