THE Holland brothers were at it again for champions Dumbleton who eased past Cheltenham by 77 runs in the latest round of matches in the Vitality U19 T20 in partnership with Stuart Turner.
Dan and Myles both reached 50 (retired) in a win in the North Performance division last month against Frocester. And the pair were once more at the heart of the action, Dan retiring on 55 at home to Cheltenham before Myles captured 3-15 from three.
Nick Schubach also retired on 54 in Dumbleton’s imposing total of 209-6 before Cheltenham were rumbled for 132, Arthur Kane (3-20) also in form with the ball.
In the South Performance division, Twyford House completed an eight-wicket win away to Stoke Bishop who were restricted to 93-9, Henry Trotman, Alex Wilson, George Millett and Henry King all taking two wickets apiece.
Twyford’s reply was then headed by King who thumped an unbeaten 59 from 33 deliveries.
Kingsholm, meanwhile, were 108-run home victors against Frampton-on-Severn in the Northern Development division.
Luke Bond (55, retired) and Hamza Shahzad (49) powered Kingsholm to 190-5 bfore Alastair Cook (3-7 from three) helped restrict Frampton to a reply of 82-8.
FRIDAY JULY 16
U19 North Performance: Dumbleton v Frocester
U19 South Development: Bradley Stoke v Carsons & Mangotsfield
MONDAY JULY 19
U19 North Performance: Cheltenham v Thornbury
U19 South Performance: Winterbourne v Bedminster
U19 North Development: Frampton-on-Severn v Stroud, Kingsholm v Poulton
U19 South Development: Knowle v Carsons & Mangotsfield
U16 North Development: Lechlade v Bourton Vale
TUESDAY JULY 20
U16 South Development: Golden Hill v Bedminster
WEDNESDAY JULY 21
U16 North Development: Hatherley & Reddings v Cirencester