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Wokingham skipper revels in 'near-perfect' season

Published: 13 Sep 2012 12:300 comments

SKIPPER Dan Reddyhough admits Wokingham CC have enjoyed a 'near-perfect season' - but has warned the rest of the league that there is still a lot more to come.

Wokingham skipper Dan Reddyhough.

Following the move to their new state-of-the-art ground last summer, the club has not just been celebrating the success of the firsts, who finished second in Thames Valley Division One, but of all their teams.

The seconds, thirds and fourths all finished in the top two places in their respective divisions and Reddyhough said: "Altogether it has been almost a perfect year. But looking back on it we finished second in Division One without really firing on all cylinders. To know there is a lot more to come bodes well for the future and for next season and gives us a lot of confidence."

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