Old Warwickians

Number ten Chris Fowell was the unlikely hero of the Imps' first venture into T20 (ignoring the ill-fated rain induced match against the bonkers bloke and ten other Leicester Gents a few years ago).

With 11 needed from the final over of a see-saw match, Foweller and Wynnie produced a dramatic last ball victory with a scrambled two following a dropped catch at long off.

After Gearie's 39 got the Imps' quest for 114 off to a steady start, Glanners sparked the chase with a breezy 21 from number six.

With 11 needed from two overs and five wickets in hand, a win looked a formality, but on a difficult slow surface, (Glasshouse Park was clearly transported to Warwick for the day!), a run out and double wicket maiden from left arm spinner Kroeger set the scene for Foweller's heroics.

Earlier, the Imps five-man attack bowled accurately, as only Tony Wilkinson (34) made any headway for the OW's.

Paul Rowe took three for 22, while Ant Pidgeon's four overs produced only 17 runs on a surface well-suited to "pace-off."

OW's Joe Melly failed to learn the previous day's lesson, and having swept and missed at Old Hill, he reversed swept and missed at Warwick, at which point John Davidson's BDPCL instincts took over! Never within 20 miles of Birmingham.......