Drama of National Hubs final day is thrilling, and the community spirit of these groups will have a lasting impact

It was a perfect captain’s innings, and the Lord’s crowd knew it. There was a standing ovation for Megan Russell as she walked up the pavilion steps and through the Long Room on Saturday, 50 not out.

Having anchored her Bolton under-16 side through the tricky opening overs, Russell had accelerated with precision and flair, and when her stylish offside drives brought only ones and twos, she pulled out the hook and the slog sweep.

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