Sports in Kenilworth

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Ali Zaryab marked his home debut with a brilliant all-round display that steered Kenilworth Wardens to a thrilling six wicket Birmingham Premier League division one win over Himley.

The former Pakistan under-19 international took full advantage of a flat Glasshouse Park pitch to stroke an even-time unbeaten 122 as the hosts chased down their daunting 257 run target with ten balls and six wickets in hand.

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With the return of outdoor sport allowed from March 29, Kenilworth Cricket Club were back in action this weekend as all three of their Saturday sides lined up in a triple-header against Warwick yesterday (April 10).

Neighbours, Warwick, had a hat trick of victories on a bitterly cold day with the icy wind blowing across all three grounds as players dusted down their winter cobwebs and tried to keep warm.

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On the club's final day of this year's most strange and shortened cricket season, Kenilworth Cricket Club's Sunday XI entertained neighbours, Leek Wootton, in a 40 overs a side friendly match. The fixture was played in front of a large crowd of supporters from both clubs, who enjoyed the last rays of the summer sun.

Kenilworth 269-5 (40 overs) beat Leek Wootton 162-10 (39 overs) by 107 runs

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