Remnants vs. The Tram Depot

Thursday, June 28, 1990
Parker's Piece

The Tram Depot (136/7 in 20 6-ball overs)
lost to
Remnants (137/3)
by 7 wickets.

Remnants struggled a bit in the field, The Tram Depot scoring at comfortably more than a run a ball despite D. Cole taking 4/28 (and taking a catch). Not that it mattered in the end, as the Remnants top order of Phil Watson (37), Mike Sneyd (43) and Tony Malik (32*) led us to a surprisingly comfortable victory. Even more surprising, though, was that The Tram Depot were able to call on the services of New Zealand Test legend Martin Crowe - someone had spotted him walking across Parker's Piece after the touring Kiwis' game at Fenner's, and he umpired for a while and then sent down an over . . . from which Phil and ??? knocked a handy 9 runs.