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Invincible! Why not take us on in 2015?
THE Lashings All-Stars completed a perfect season by by beating Taunton on Sunday.
The convincing 119-run win was the 34th win out of 34 games for the All-Stars and marked the ideal conclusion to a triumphant 2014 season.
Local legend Ian Blackwell was the star attraction at Taunton, hitting 95 in a total of 276-5, with Murray Goodwin the next highest scorer on 86.
It was a total Taunton never really looked like getting anywhere near although they did manage to bat out their overs to finish on 157-8.
On a sad note the game was marred by a serious injury to Taunton's George Webber. It goes without saying that we all wish him a speedy recovery.
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Jaffer proves unplayable as Lashings close in on perfect season
LASHINGS closed in on a perfect season with a 92-run win over Shaw Cricket Club in Oldham on Friday.
Wasim Jaffer hit a brilliant 115 from 65 balls to score the bulk of the All-Stars runs.
He dominated an opening stand of 154 with Chris Schofield, who made the next highest score of 44, as Lashings posted 191-2 from 20 overs.
Martin Bicknell removed Shaw's openers cheaply and although Davies made a game 26 from 13 balls before he was bowled by Saqlain, Shaw were always behind the run rate and eventually subsided for 109 in 18 overs.
The last remainig team with a chance of beating the All-Stars this season is Taunton. Play starts at 2.30pm Sunday September 7th at the Taunton Vale Sports Club.
Lashings: (from) DeFreitas, Jaffer Malcolm, Goodwin, Emburey, Harvey, Blackwell, Arafat, Saqlain, Mahmood, Collymore, Greenidge
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