Premier League footballer Harrison Reed claimed three wickets as Worthing Cricket Club’s 3rd XI beat Horsham Trinity by nine wickets on Saturday.
After winning the toss in the West Sussex Invitation League Division 4 match, Worthing elected to field first on a pitch that offered plenty for the bowler.
Luke Vinter, upon his return from the Far East, claimed three for 21 and Southampton footballer Reed, who played junior cricket at Worthing and was returning to the game after a few years off, took three for 14 as Trinity were all out for 128.
The reply was dominated by young prospect Winter who plundered 69 not out, ably supported by Barry Cool’s 44 as Worthing moved up to second in the table.
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