MethigionCC June 24, 2018 Reply A fine sunny evening for the return fixture against St.Gluvias. The away side batted first and were soon off to a steady start as Methigion failed to take early wickets.Farrar ( 4-1-13-0) kept the scoring in check, but a retirement at 30 saw the St Gluvias scoring rate increase, but never quite get away as they completed their innings on 118 for 8. Methigion’s best bowlers were Adams ( 3 for 19) and Morris ( 3 for 30 ). The Methigion reply rather imploded from the start with the loss of early wickets. Blake holing out for a duck, and Van Lingen scoring a painstaking 3. Morris ( 32*) maintained some Methigion interest but they fell 23 runs short, 95 for 6.