Bradfield top 300 mark

Bradfield have become the first club this season to score 300 in an Alliance game after reaching the landmark at Garboldisham on Saturday.They made 300 for five, Garboldisham struggled to 168 for seven in reply and the result sends Bradfield to the top of Division Two.

Bradfield have become the first club this season to score 300 in an Alliance game after reaching the landmark at Garboldisham on Saturday.

They made 300 for five, Garboldisham struggled to 168 for seven in reply and the result sends Bradfield to the top of Division Two.

Dersingham are their closest rivals after they edged to victory at Horsford. Horsford were all out for 134 and the visitors surpassed that with one wicket to spare.

There was another close finish to a low-scoring game at Barton Turf, where Norwich & Coltishall Wanderers A were set a target of 149 to beat Swardeston A. The result could have gone either way at the end, as the hosts finished on 144 for nine to take a 90pc losing draw.


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North Runcton A picked up their first win of the season, beating Hunstanton by 77 runs. Runcton managed 211 for three before bowling their visitors out for 134.

Rain prevented a finish at Bradenham, where Dereham were 68 for four in pursuit of the home side's 178 for seven.

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Derek Inglis produced a magnificent all-round performance to guide Ashmanhaugh to their second win in Division Three, as they beat Fakenham by 58 runs.

Inglis made 50 in Ashman-haugh's 168 for six and then grabbed six for 22 to help bowl Fakenham out for 110.

Norwich A climbed off the bottom with a six-wicket win at home to Downham A.

Mundford's overseas player Mitchell Troy fired 75 to help them successfully chase down Beccles A's total of 136 for eight. Matt Allsop claimed five wickets for Mundford.

The other two Division Three games were aband-oned. Sheringham reached 108 for six at Hillington before the rain, with Ravi Pushpakumara hitting 57, while Swaffham and East Harling did not start.

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