A super game of cricket played in difficult conditions. Truro batted first with Joe Gregory and Flyn Mills passing 50.
With a slow outfield and conditions making it difficult to get the ball off the square, 98 looked a competitive total.
Launceston responded well and accelerated around 10-12 overs and looked to be moving in for the win. However, Tom Body took a crucial wicket which slowed their progress. 7 runs was needed in the last over. After a two dot balls and two twos, three was needed off the last ball. Launceston ran two to tie the match.
We await the decision from the county to see if we won the game for losing fewer wickets.