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The officers followed a car Maunders got into until it came to a stop in Wenvoe Terrace, Barry.
They saw Maunders get out of the vehicle and run off when officers asked him to stop.
left to right) Club member Krystyna Polubinski, treasurer Dave Staddon and co-ordinators Gary Maunders and Ross Banner with some of their runners
Maunders hit a stylish 124 from 188 balls with 16 fours and three sixes as Essex were bowled out for 311.
A policeman's best friend: Staffordshire drugs dog Ben with his handler PC John Maunders.
One of the organisers, Mold town councillor Tim Maunders, said: "We must have had three days worth of rain in three hours.
He embarked upon his course of destruction by ending a second-wicket-partnership of 241 between Ravi Bopara and John Maunders, both of whom scored centuries.
Former Middlesex and Leicestershire batsman John Maunders fell in the Znal over of the day to offer Herefordshire some hope.
Now with five Packaging Automation machines on site being used to seal up to 32,000 packs per day, Lloyd Maunders general manager Ted Higgins has nothing but praise for the Cheshire-based company.
When stumps were drawn the home side had reached 244 for two off 75 overs with John Maunders, Hylton Ackerman and Dinesh Mongia all scoring half-centuries.
After winning the toss, Neil Killeen struck an early blow for Durham when he removed Darren Maddy for six before John Maunders and Tom New combined in a fruitful second-wicket stand of 46.
They began badly by losing two wickets in the first seven overs of the day and never recovered from those early setbacks, slipping to 178-8 at lunch, with mediumpacer John Maunders claiming 3-16.
From that point it was only a matter of when Durham would wrap up victory and despite a battling half-century from John Maunders the visitors made steady inroads through the day.
MUCH hilarity this week after Fulham's player liaison officer Mark Maunders revealed Alain Goma had once called him out to discover why "my goldfish is swimming in the wrong direction".
James Harris, the 19-year-old paceman, showed his promise by providing the main support with three for 37, including top scorer John Maunders who was trapped leg before for 35, a dismissal that left Essex on 93 for six.