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Seconds lose twice

Game 1: Leicestershire 98 (Freckingham 16) lost to Unicorns A 100-5 (Freckingham 2-18) by five wickets.

Game 2: Leicestershire 101-7 (Bush 29) lost to Unicorns A 102-2 (Sykes 1-9) by eight wickets.

Leicestershire Second XI ended their t20 campaign with a disappointing double defeat to Unicorns A at Bishop’s Stortford.

Leicestershire were bowled out for 98 in the first game after being asked to bat first. Ollie Freckingham top-scored with 16 while debutant George Corbett made 10.

For Unicorns, Bradley Wadlan took 2-8, Dominic Reed 2-16, Garry Park 2-17 and Toby Bulcock 2-21. In reply, the hosts got to their target for the loss of five wickets in 15.3 overs, Glenn Querl top-scoring with 49*.

Freckingham continued to impress in the game by taking 2-18 from his allocation while Alex Wyatt (1-14 off 2) James Sykes (1-22 off 4) and Ollie Robinson (1-9 off 1.3) also took wickets.

Corbett rounded off a good debut by conceding just eight off two overs and taking two good catches.

The team also struggled in the second game as Park dominated with leather and willow.

The medium pacer took an excellent 5-20 and Bulcock claimed 2-13 as Leicestershire were restricted to 101-7 before making 29* as the hosts again hauled down the target inside 16 overs to win by eight wickets.

Harry Bush was the Foxes leading scorer with 29 while Tom Wells made 19 and Ben Raine 17.

Querl was again unable to be shifted as he scored 42 not out in a lively stand with Park. Sykes’ spell of 1-9 from four overs was the major highlight for Leicestershire and Wyatt (1-22 off 2.3) picked up the other wicket.


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