One hundred up (again) for Myeroff

September 1, 2011
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Neil Myeroff claimed his 100th wicket for his fifth different team last weekend.

Having achieved the landmark representing Carmel College, Old Carmelis, Mowbray and Belmont, Myeroff notched up his latest century for Belmont & Edgware against Haryom in the Middlesex Sunday League Division Two. He finished with figures of 4-20 in a seven-wicket victory. An inspired spell from Jonny Evans (3-32) sealed the win.

Myeroff, a three-time Maccabian, is now approaching 1,200 wickets overall, including several for Hertfordshire Over 60s and the MCC.

Belmont & Edgware will be looking to clinch promotion in their final league match against Kensington & Chelsea on Sunday. This will also be the last match for former skipper Richie Wienburg who is moving to Australia.

    Last updated: 2:22pm, September 1 2011