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Ewan Gegg gains the sibling and derby day bragging rights as Frocester beat Stroud


CALLUM Gegg’s first hundred of the season proved to be in vain for Stroud who succumbed to a five-wicket defeat against Frocester, for whom brother and fellow wicketkeeper Ewan top-scored on 84, writes Steve Hill.

Stroud’s total of 203-8 in this WEPL Premier Two Glos/Wilts derby was totally dominated by opener Callum who was eventually caught for 107 after facing 116 balls and hitting 14 fours along with three sixes.

Stroud captain Louis Gegg fell to a stumping off brother Ewan in Stroud’s total. Meanwhile, Angus Gegg completed the family dynasty for the home side.

Frocester paced their reply nicely to secure the spoils with five balls to spare, Ewan compiling his 84 off 119 deliveries at the top of the order before falling to his brother Louis. Meanwhile, Will Naish celebrated his 18th birthday with 50 from 48.

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