There was a quick turnaround before Spye started their run chase. With the weather brightening then there was anticipation that 147 would be achievable. Rich Bowater started well, the first ball being despatched to the legside boundary. At the other end Russ Fletcher batted long into the innings for his top scoring 24, before being dismissed in unusual circumstances. A quick short ball from Calne skipper Dan Knight had ricocheted off Russ’ chest (blood and guts everywhere), into his chin and then onto his glove and into the keeper’s hands as Russ was in the process of being castled and hitting the ground with a bang. His disgruntlement was not appeased by the sight of Umpire Swann strutting towards him down the wicket with his finger in the air to emphasise the fact that he was out and would he please get to his feet and vacate the crease as expeditiously as was possible.