Norfolk Cricket League: High fives for leaders Snettisham
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It's a case of as you were at the top of Norfolk Cricket League's Division after Snettisham made it five wins from five outings.
This time a weakened Felthorpe side were their victims, going down to a 10-wicket defeat.
Blundeston are still seeking their first win of the season, having come unstuck against Great Yarmouth at the weekend.
In the other matches, Adam Birch hit 61 as Sandringham bounced back from defeat to beat Denver, Caister's Martin Hewill took 6-26 as they beat Cringleford Lodge, and despite Sajid Ali hitting 122, Kirkley and Belton came unstuck against Saxlingham, for whom Ollie Browne hit 118 and Alex Browne 58.
In Division Two West, East Harling won at Heacham. The hosts' Anthony Sadler hit 53 but his efforts were cancelled out by Harling's Ross Pickerill, who made 62. Castle Rising beat Northwold, and North Elmham's first win of the season came against Gooderstone, James White making 56. Skipper George Wright enjoyed his day against Garboldisham B, taking 5-20, having earlier seen Joe Wilson hit 57 as Reepham and Salle recorded another win.
In Division Two East, Tim Woods, with an unbeaten 82, was the pick of the batters as Drayton beat Bystanders. Overstrand consolidated their top spot, beating Gt Melton B, Tim Porter making 53, and Dave Yarham and Billy Yarham taking five and four wickets respectively.
Gillingham's Graham Tharby's 66 was not enough, as Rollesby won, with Chris Alger making 62. Tom Ollerton (62), Mark Ollerton (68) and Giles Kirkham (60) helped Sprowston B to a good win against Ketteringham Hall, whilst Andy Scales' 99 and Imran Mohamed's unbeaten 60 and 7-15 (including a hat-trick) helped St Andrews to a good win over Eaton (Matt Butler 79).
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West Beetley had a comfortable win over Beeston in Division Three West, helped by 64 for Mark Hinchliffe. Sandringham A emulated their first team with a good win over Bircham A (Keith Williams 106 not out and Bircham's Robin Tuck made 60 and Craig Hughes 83 not out).
Holt's Daren Bunn made 74 and Liam Channell 60, but ended up losing as Dersingham A's Scott English made 99. Saham Toney A beat winless Kings Lynn Hospital and Narborough's Danny Yeates-Cornwall's 53 helped them to victory over Swanton Morley.
Julian Dismore continued his fine run with 87 in Three Central, but was eclipsed by skipper Richard Tubb who made 107 as Felthorpe A overcame a spirited Rackheath, for whom Jean Patrick made 110.
Great Ellingham still lead the way, beating Reepham and Salle A.
In Three East, Halvergate beat Acle A and Bungay A had a morale boosting win at Kirkley and Belton A, Carl Cudden making 94 and Kirkley's Kevin Barnard 52. Aylsham got back to winning ways thanks to 56 for Rob Bingham at Old Catton (Dom Prime 68).
In Division Four North East, Aldborough lost to Sprowston C (Sean Dugdale 52). Happisburgh A amassed 300 at Ashmanhaugh and Barton Wanderers B (Darren Jeary 130 not out, Ryan Raven 73 and Paul Ames 67 not out). Old Catton B had a good win at Bystanders A with Paul Daynes making 122 and Ryan Sadler 83, whilst Alex Hoss made 67 and Nathan Lake 50 for Bystanders. Colney's Jack Dainty, 69 and Tim Stock with 5-49 ran Norwich Malayalee's close, whilst Horsford C had another good win.
In Four North West, but Thornham's form continues, this week at the expense of Castle Rising A. In Four South East, Gt Yarmouth A had a good win against Martham A.