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Bahrain got into their stride in preparation for their Division 7 World Cup 2015 qualifiers in Guernsey, beating an Isle of Wight XI by 131 runs at Newclose, Isle of Wight, on Wednesday.
The Gulf side posted 320 for 5 in 50 overs as they took apart the home side. Isle of Wight struggled to reach a competitive score, making 189 for 9 in their 50 overs, with Tommy Barton of Lymington getting 49 and Charlie Sutton 33.
Information and scores kindly provided by Colin MacBeth
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