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Stratford skipper admits his side were second best





STRATFORD skipper James Urquhart admits his team were beaten by the better side on Saturday as Swans Nest visitors Attock claimed a five-wicket victory in their Warwickshire Cricket League Premier Division clash.

Opener Gareth Langman scored a half-century and there were two wickets for Archie Walker but Urquhart is keen to move on to two key fixtures which could define the season.

He said: “The previous weeks it was a case of we should’ve probably won but on Saturday it was a case of us putting our hands up and saying they were better than us in all three departments – better bowling, better bowling and we actually got out-fielded which is a rarity. We dropped a few catches, it wasn’t our best performances and hopefully we can just draw a line under it and move on.



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