Meet the mother-son duo who put on a century stand in men’s club match

Former England cricketer Arran Brindle put on an unbeaten 143-run opening partnership with her 12-year-old son Harry Brindle in a men’s club match on Sunday.

Opening the batting for the Owmby CC Trojans in the Lincoln and District League, Arran Brindle and her son chased down 142 against Nettleham Cricket Academy XI.   -  TWITTER| @FirstTrojans

Former England women's cricketer Arran Brindle put on an unbeaten 143-run opening partnership with her 12-year-old son Harry Brindle in a men’s club match on Sunday.

Opening the batting for the Owmby CC Trojans in the Lincoln and District League, the mother-son duo chased down 142 against Nettleham Cricket Academy XI.

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Bringle took a break from international cricket between 2005 and 2011 to become a mother. During this hiatus, she even became the first woman to score a century in men's Premier League cricket in the Lincolnshire Premier League for Louth.

She also holds the record for the highest opening partnership - 200 runs - in women’s Tests, with Caroline Atkins. Brindle, a three-time Ashes winner, retired from international cricket in February 2014, having scored 2,852 runs in 134 international matches. She also had 57 wickets.

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