WRAYSBURY Cricket Club has had an excellent year with the first, second, third and Under-13 teams all winning their respective leagues.

It is a tremendous feat as it was the club’s first year in the Thames Valley League after moving from the Chilterns League, where the first team were champions in 2017.

Wraysbury were dominant in Division 4B to go through the season undefeated and finish with a nine-wicket win against Cookham Dean 2s on Saturday.

It was a must-win situation for Wraysbury 2s in their last match away at Farnham Royal 2s in order to see off their title rivals in Division 6A.

They did so by 58 runs thanks to a century from Gordon Morgan, before Asim Ibrahim dismissed the top order with 5-25.

Andy Prasad is the first team captain at Wraysbury and said: “We made sure that our winter pre-season training was good and in April we went to Malta, the club’s first international cricket tour.

“It was good for team bonding and laid the platform for the successful season ahead.

“We knew that our batting and bowling departments had lots of depth and that helped the players to perform without any pressure.

“The standout player for us this year has been Arslan Yaseen, topping both our league batting and bowling standings.

“Winning the league undefeated is a testament to all the hard work put in by the players and the people associated with the club.

“We’re looking forward to Division Three next year.”

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