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13 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 23 May 2012

Will and Chris hope Iftikar's cricket coaching can help stop their run of recent defeats. They tease Rhys about his poor showing, and Rhys hopes he can stay on the team. At nets Will has to make his apologies and leave early. Iftikar makes it clear, albeit politely, that he expects commitment if the team's going to improve. He proceeds to give constructive tips to the others, keeping them on their toes.

Helen's in Borchester looking after Rowan along with Henry. Fortunately she's bumped into Nic in a café, who's helped her out and settled the two children. Nic says she's in town to drop off some of Mia's outgrown clothes at a charity shop, but she couldn't park so has abandoned the idea. Later she admits to Clarrie that this was a white lie. She couldn't face parting with the clothes; they're her last link with Mia being tiny. She doesn't know what she's going to tell Will. Clarrie advises the truth; that maybe it's just not the right time. Later Nic admits to Will that she can't fight what she's feeling - she wants them to have a baby together. But just one! Will's delighted; one's perfect, he beams.



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