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Monday, July 9, 2012
Luke Rackham and Alex Hogg shared eight wickets as Garboldisham successfully defended a small total to remain top of Division Three.
Rackham (four for 24) and Hogg (four for 27) wrapped up a 34-run win against North Runcton A, who had a fine bowling display from Ben Skipper (four for 21).
Glen Meredith took three for 15 as Old Buckenham A kept up the pressure on the leaders with a six-wicket victory at home to Sheringham.
Great Witchingham A’s Cameron Black took four for nine but Dersingham held on to claim a losing draw.
The games at Swaffham and Hardingham were both victims of the weather.
A stunning bowling performance from Chris Fuller helped Bungay extend their lead at the top of Division Four.
Fuller took seven for nine as Bungay bowled Hethersett & Tas Valley A out for 81 before completing a nine-wicket win.
Winterton won by four wickets at Thetford to move above their opponents into second place.
Brothers Jonathan Bunting (four for 20) and Geoffrey Bunting (four for 44) helped Ashmanhaugh & Barton Wanderers A record their first win of the season as they beat bottom side Cromer A by three wickets. Alan Lithins made 53 for Cromer.
Martin Bunn (64) and Rob Sims (six for 20) starred in Great Melton A’s nine-wicket triumph against Kirkley & Lowestoft Railway, while Ryan Woods hit 76 for Mundford, but Narborough battled their way to a 90pc losing draw.
Division Five leaders Garboldisham A were denied outright victory at Swardeston-CEYMS, but S Taylor’s 62 ensured they took the majority of the points.
Richard Smith (four for 30) and Steve Halls (51no) helped Rocklands register a seven-wicket win at home to Bradenham A.
In Division Six, Dereham A skipper Phil Milbourne took five for 19 in his side’s six-wicket win over Lowestoft A, while David English made 72 as Saxlingham A won by 24 runs at Diss A.
Paul Holmes (78) and David Reeder (five for 33) led Topcroft A to a winning draw against Old Catton.
Aiden Lowe took six for 29 as Beccles A recorded a surprise 41-run win against leaders Thetford A.