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June 28, 2006
Lashings World XI 292 for 4 in 41.3 overs (Tendulkar 147, Richardson 95, Pope 3-61) drew with Reigate Priory 197 for 7 in 51 overs (Gale 64, Drakes 2-12)
Tendulkar made 147 off 109 balls before retiring, while Richie Richardson, the captain, hammered 95 as Lashings raced to 292 for four in 41.3 overs.
Jon Gale scored an unbeaten 64 and Alex Richard added 31 to Reigate's total of 197 for 7 in 51 overs, but by then most of the crowd's attention was on England's World Cup match taking place in Germany.
Tendulkar is scheduled to play three more matches in the coming fortnight for Lashings
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