Bad weather affects play (again)
SATURDAY S wet weather meant that the majority of local games were cancelled or abandoned, with the CCA Junior League being particularly badly affected. CCA Senior League Division Three Little Downham I v Chatteris I Little Downham won by 34 runs HOME s
SATURDAY'S wet weather meant that the majority of local games were cancelled or abandoned, with the CCA Junior League being particularly badly affected.
CCA Senior League
Little Downham I v Chatteris I
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Little Downham won by 34 runs
HOME side Little Downham, were first in to bat on Saturday and were bowled out for 147 off 41.5 overs. Top scorers were opener C Heaps (29), I Heaps (36) and P Baker (23).
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Chatteris bowler Munns had a successful spell, taking five consecutive wickets and finished with figures of 5-31. Palmer took 2-36 and A Wool 2-34.
Chatteris came into bat and started well with openers Dawson (18) and Jackson (20) putting on 41 for the first wicket. Platt was top scorer with 27.
Chatteris were cruising at 101-5, just 47 short of their target, when they collapsed to 113 all out in 39.1 overs.
Duffield (3-15) and Palmer (3-38) led the home bowling attack. White also took 2-18 off nine overs.
CCA Junior League
Division Two North A
Ely II v Burwell III
Burwell won by seven runs
VISITORS Burwell struggled in the face of good bowling and Jordan King (22) proved to be the top scorer in a total of 89.
Chris Williams and Richard Yates were next highest scorers with 11 apiece. Ely's bowling figures included M Beeby's 3-23, Ben Storey with 2-29, Mark Deas' 2-6 and Oliver Swan-Taylor's 1-23.
In reply, Ely opener King got off to a good start, making 25, but he did not receive the support he needed from his fellow batsmen, who either were out for nought or single figures until Beeby came in at number nine and scored 24. But it was too little too late as Ely were bowled out for 82 off 28.3 overs.
Burwell's Jordan King devastated Ely's middle order, taking 3-9 in his six over spell. He was supported by Summerskill (2-37), Chris Towriss (2-26) and Richard Yates (1-9).
DESPITE the weather, most of the Burwell Cricket Club teams managed to complete their fixtures.
In CCA Junior League Division One North, Burwell II met Fordham's second team and ran out winners by 70 runs, scoring 232 all out to Fordham's 162-6.
Burwell's innings was dominated by a fine 91 from Kevin Smith with Mark Estall offering support with 36.
Fordham bowled well with Phil Dean taking 6-58, Gary Palmer 2-38 and young Sean Brighty 1-38.
Fordham never really approached the required rate and top scorers were Nev Bussingham (30), Nick Foulds (46) and Steve Morley (23 not out).
Fordham's County Invitation Cup match at Burwell on Sunday was postponed.
Burwell's first team, playing in the Tucker Gardner Division One, met Ramsey and, after batting first, won the match by 63 runs. Burwell made 162 all out and Ramsey were bowled out for 99.