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Wobbling Wardens; CRICKET.

KENILWORTH WARDENS were beaten by eight wickets by Aston Unity in the only Birmingham League game to survive the weather on saturday.

Wardens were shot out for 54 in 45 overs with James Jordan top-scoring with 14.

Aston, with one eye on the weather, took just 15 overs to knock off the runs required for victory to grab 18 points and secure their place at the top of the first division. Wardens are one off the bottom with 21 points from seven games.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:May 29, 2000
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