Norfolk ready to take on Essex as they prepare for tilt at the Middleton Cup
- Credit: Nick Butcher
Norfolk's build up to the Middleton Cup continues on Saturday when they entertain Essex in the Eastern Counties League.
Having lost their opening match away to Huntingdonshire the county will be looking to get back to winning ways at County Arts where the match commences at 10.30am with the following team selected: John Tufts, Matt Flatman, James Segolo & Wayne Willgress; John Colcombe, Clive Derry, Andy Siely & Peter Boldero; Danny Mills, Aaron Stimpson, Chris Gaul & Mark Riches; Dan Seabourne, Bernie Perrett, Mark Turner & George Tubby; Max Harrison, Mick Brown, Peter Wilkinson & Philip Barr; Richard Church, Don Whyatt, Alan Willer & John George.
Following this match the team to face Huntingdonshire in the opening Middleton Cup match on Saturday, June 3 at County Arts BC will be selected.
Norfolk's involvement in the National Under 25 double rink championship for the White Rose Trophy ended when they lost to Cambridgeshire at Chesterton BC.
The two Norfolk rinks skipped by Dan Seabourne of Freethorpe and James Segolo of Norfolk BC started well but then fell away and both rinks subsequently lost with Norfolk going down by 47 shots to 30.
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Rink scores: Jack Larter, Danny Cawthorne, Jack Wells & Dan Seabourne 14 Adam Barker 25; Danny Mills, Aaron Stimpson, Tom Segolo & James Segolo 16 Jamie Barker 22
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