East Harling move up to third
Leaders Martham and closest challengers Great Yarmouth remain neck and neck at the top of Division One of the Norfolk Cricket League after victories over Norwich Bystanders and Cringleford Lodge respectively.
Martham got home by three wickets and Yarmouth by four – the latter helped by 62 from Graham Doggett.
With Mallards B (Warren Green 68) losing to Horsford B (Matt Selby 52), East Harling moved up to third with a 10-wickets thrashing of Sprowston B.
Matt Duxbury (51) and Alex Chaney (68) both hit half centuries in Rollesby's nail-biting win over Ketteringham Hall, who finished on 205-8, with Rob Smith making 59, after bowling out their visitors for 207. Rollesby's Paul Walker took 6-14.
There are new leaders in Division Two after Felthorpe took advantage of Belton's defeat at Happisburgh by beating Aylsham St Giles by three wickets. Drayton are up to second after thrashing Great Melton B by 194 runs. Geoff Allard scored 56 in their 258 all out while Ravi Sharma took 5-25 as Melton were out for 64.
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An unbroken 118-run second-wicket stand between Milton Lindsay (85no) and Jim Riseborough (49no) steered Hales & Loddon A to a nine-wickets win over Ashmanhaugh & Barton in Division Three.
Tom Fidler (92) and Ed Holland (55no) helped Division Four leaders Garboldisham B to 287-8 against Winterton A, who made 250-7 in response, largely thanks to Geoff Roper's 66.
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Closest rivals Old Buckinham B edged to a one-wicket win over Great Yarmouth A.