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Get your ducks in a row - team bowled out for 0

2016-02-11 20:49

London - A cricket team were bowled out for nought in just 20 balls to lose a game by 120 runs, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) reported Thursday.

The rare result came during the Kent regional finals of the ECB's national six-a-side championship when the Bapchild team failed to trouble the scorers in an indoor game against Christ Church University in Canterbury.

Christ Church spinner Mike Rose told the Crawley Observer newspaper: "We all couldn't really believe it to be honest, bowling a team out for 0, especially indoors.

"I think I was the only fielder to touch the ball off the bat!"

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