Wilburton Pick Up Third Win

PUBLISHED: 10:30 30 June 2009 | UPDATED: 10:56 04 May 2010

WILBURTON played host to Willingham at the weekend and won convincingly by seven wickets. Bottom of the table Willingham were bowled out for 45 in just 21.4 overs with the fine work of Steve Marshall, who took three wickets for four runs, ensuring that Wi

WILBURTON played host to Willingham at the weekend and won convincingly by seven wickets.

Bottom of the table Willingham were bowled out for 45 in just 21.4 overs with the fine work of Steve Marshall, who took three wickets for four runs, ensuring that Wilburton's batsmen were left with little to do. Paul Dewey (3-10) and Ian Jacobs (2-12) also contributed in what was a fine bowling effort .

Few was the only Willingham batsman to make double figures. Two quick wickets saw Wilburton at 10-2 in reply but the ever reliable Tony Jacobs made 24 not out to steady the ship and guide his team to their third League win in the 18th over.


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