CHESTER County Officers registered yet another draw inMeller Braggins League Division Three, despite two centuries from Chelford in their innings.
Graham Dodd had a perfect start, dismissing former Pakistan international Shahid Mahboob, but it was short- lived as Fenn (100) and Srivastava (165) made good use of the short boundary.
The partnership of 217 ended as Fenn was bowled by Steve Johnson. Srivastava was later caught by Chris Wright off the bowling of Mike Clarke.
A flurry of five late wickets left Chelford at 288-7dec.
Mike Rowlands and Ian Rule set about the target, posting 126 in the first 19 overs. A rash shot by Rule saw his stumps parted but Roger Watt (71no) carried the chase on.
Srivastava was then brought into the bowling attack. Rowlands (89) misplaced his first ball straight to deep mid-wicket. Wright’s short spell left Chester 151-3 in the 30th over.
Mike Jones (42no) batted well although the total was always out of reach. Chester finished on a credible 252-3.
Despite three consecutive draws, CCO still retain second place.
They host Stretton this Saturday.
Gareth Johnson (107no) helped BUNBURY to 250-3 in their clash with Stretton, who were bowled out for 150.