It was celebrations all round after three our of three wins for the Club last weekend.
Both the 1st and 2nd XIs recorded victories on Saturday against their Billingborough and Long Sutton counterparts.
Away at Billingborough the 1stXI posted 172-5 on a difficult wicket with skipper Jack Luffman top scoring with 44 not out. Vital contributions also came from Jonny Cheer, Matt Sargeant and wicket-keeper Jack Hughes. In reply the hosts were bowled out for just 70 - four wickets for Ben O'Brien, three for Malinga Bandara, two for Connor Parsons and a run out was enough to seal the 102 run victory. For full scorecard click here. For full report click here.
At home the 2nd XI posted a superb 225-5 thanks in the main to a classy 64 from 15-year-old opener Jack Timby and 52 from fellow teenager Ben McCarrick. Not to be outdone 15-year-old bowler Lewis Holmes made sure the points stayed at Jubilee Park with career best figures of 6-45 to dismiss the visitors for 191 in the 44th over. For a more detailed report click here. For full scorecard click here.
On Sunday the Wanderers 2ndXI hosted Bassingham and following a delayed start and an early tea, much to skipper Pete Epton's delight, the home side posted a very competitive 178-6. Tom Cushen played a good innings worth 45 and Club Coach Paul Timby smashed an unbeaten 85. These two were well supported by youngsters Tom Caswell and Henry Wilson along the way. In reply Bassingham mustered 122-6 with 13-year-old Wilson the pick of the home side's bowlers with 3-20 from his eight overs. For full scorecard click here.
Posted on 01/07/2014
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