Five-star Soanes devastates Bungay
Knights Norfolk League: A dramatic collapse saw Bungay let a commanding position slip in their Division One defeat at home to Drayton.The hosts had been cruising at 95 without loss, but Gary Foreman (four for 25) and Phil Soanes (five for 13) reduced them to 119 all out.
A dramatic collapse saw Bungay let a commanding position slip in their Division One defeat at home to Drayton.
The hosts had been cruising at 95 without loss, but Gary Foreman (four for 25) and Phil Soanes (five for 13) reduced them to 119 all out. Adam McCash then hit 47 to guide Drayton to a five-wicket win.
Leaders Hales maintained their healthy gap at the top of the table as they beat Halvergate by six wickets, while there were also victories for second-placed Aldborough and Great Witchingham A, who are third.
In Division Two, Topcroft A romped to a nine-wicket win at Shipdham. Scott Collins took four for 25 and Mark Elden claimed three for 10 from 12 overs as Shipdham were bowled out for 74. Fourteen-year-old Ben Wright blasted 46 not out as Topcroft needed just 15.4 overs to wrap up victory.
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Brooke A, Saxlingham A and Lowestoft B - leaders in Divisions Four, Five and Ten respectively - kept their unbeaten runs intact with victories on Saturday.
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The battle for supremacy in Division Eight took an interesting turn as leaders Great Yarmouth A lost at Halvergate A and saw their lead slashed by Drayton A, who beat Frettenham after bowling their opponents out for 32.