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CRICKET: Ewan Gegg injury takes the gloss off Frocester victory

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Frocester posted an emphatic Prem 2 Glos/Wilts nine-wicket victory over Dumbleton, but the game was marred by a knee injury to opener Ewan Gegg.

Frocester comfortably chased down Dumbleton’s paltry 133 all out with Mansoor Khan picking up three wickets.

In reply, Gegg was forced to retire hurt on one. However, Gegg’s team-mates saw the Pounds Close side home with fellow opener Khan hitting 51 and the talented Will Naish clubbing 69 not out off 47 balls as Frocester posted 137 for the loss off one wicket.

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