Hogan happy with opening shows

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JERSEY Cricket Board coach Craig Hogan is pleased with the showing of his players in three matches against touring sides over the past four days.

Jersey were defeated by Herfordshire under-22s/25s on Thursday before bouncing back to defeat the same opponents on Friday by six wickets. Teenager Anthony Kaye was the star of the show by taking a remarkable six catches in the field.

Yesterday Jersey lost by 13 runs against Cornwall’s full Minor Counties side in a match the hosts could easily have won.

Hogan said: ‘Cornwall are a very strong side and in the end their experience got them through. We played a few players out of position to see how they would cope and although it was a good test we just missed out on recording a win.’

• Picture: Anthony Kay bowls to Cornwall’s Keith Parsons. Picture by Rob Currie (00671560)

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