Sessay At Lords

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Sessay Cricket Club, from North Yorkshire, has won the national npower Village Knock-out Competition.

Based near Thirsk, the team, which is made up of accountants, farmers, students and teachers, emulated the England cricket team with a sterling display at Lord's.

Keith Houlston, club secretary and former player, said: "We took it one step at a time and when we got to the semi-finals we began to think we may have a chance.

"At the end of the day, it's just a wicket 22 yards long with two sets of stumps." * Read a full report by Mike Amos in Monday's paper.

At one point Shipton scored 49 in three overs, and it was up to Sessay's opening pair, Matthew Till and Mark Wilkie to make a fast start.

Wilkie (78) and Till (56) put on 127 for the first wicket, and kept the Thirsk side ahead of the required run-rate.

Sessay openers Mark Wilkie and Matthew Till raced past the hundred mark in only 14 overs and, although did lose three wickets, they won comfortably at 136-3 in the 21st over and now face Kent side Sibton Park in the final on Sunday September 4.

York Senior League side Sessay beat Oxfordshire's Shipton-under-Wychwood to win the Village Cricket Cup.

Sessay CC won a dramatic final-run victory against the trophy holders to advance to the next round of the National Village Knockout competition.

Opponents Cleator (in Cumbria) had defeated us heavily at their own ground last season, and gone on to lift the national title at Lords, so the expectation was for a difficult test.

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