With six games gone in the LMS South London (Thursday) league CtC sit second in the table, despite a horror start to the season which saw them lose their opening three games.
Since then a run of three victories, two with bonus points have seen them charge up the league and confident of claiming a play off spot as they bid to reach the champions league for the first time.
Round 1: CtC 173-6 (Rudkin 41, Davidson 52) lost to Boys without Boundaries 177-1 by 7 wickets
Under par with the bat, and insipid with the ball, CtC never really in the hunt.
Round 2: CtC 147ao (Davidson 55, Sherwin, 46) lost to Chasing Tails 198-6 (Gimson 2-38) by 51 runs
Outclassed by a better side, CtC given a lesson in all departments
Round 3: CtC 118-7 lost to Donald Badman 129-8 (Skinner 2-28) by 11 runs
Having bowled and fielded well CtC crumbled in what should have been a routine chase, disrupted by the dismissal of Rudkin and Gimson from a double play.
Round 4: CtC 179-3 (Skinner 50, Rudkin 50, Parker 30) beat Merkage squad 178-4 (Parker 2-26) by 5 wickets
Decent bowling performance with four overs for 23 by Skinner, followed by the batsmen firing in the chase gave CtC a first win of the season.
Round 5: CtC 139-0 (Skinner 53, Rudkin 52) beat Boys without boundaries 135-6 by 8 wickets (Gimson 3-33)
An excellent bowling performance led by Gimson, Sherwin and Rutt - including a double play caught by Sherwin restricted BwB to a low score which Skinner and Rudkin made short work of
Round 6: CtC 204-4 (Dillon 50, Hammond 53) beat Fulham Compton (Rupert Rudkin 3-17, Conway 2-20) by 102 runs
A strong batting performance powered by Dillon and Hammond followed by some lusty lower order hitting from Davidson, Carew and Conway was too much for Fulham Compton.
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