Ross is the Pick for Harling
Phil BanyardLucas Fettes Norfolk League: East Harling remain second in Division Two after a crushing eight-wicket win at home to St Andrews.Stuart Ayton bagged four for 15 from 9.1 overs as the visitors were dismissed cheaply, before Ross Pickerall (46no) led Harling to victory in the 36th over.Phil Banyard
East Harling remain second in Division Two after a crushing eight-wicket win at home to St Andrews.
Stuart Ayton bagged four for 15 from 9.1 overs as the visitors were dismissed cheaply, before Ross Pickerall (46no) led Harling to victory in the 36th over.
Norwich Bystanders' big total was too much for Happisburgh, who were beaten by 80 runs.
R Sawant (80) and P Wright (63) put Bystanders on course, before I Kennedy (four for 20) completed the victory. Darren Jeary top scored with 41 for Happisburgh.
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In Division One, Winterton displaced Caister at the top, beating their title rivals by 42 runs.
Brynley Clarke made an unbeaten 92 from 146 balls and featured in an unbroken second wicket stand of 175 with Geoff Roper, who hit 79no from 112 balls. Josh Austin then removed the top three Caister batsmen and although skipper I Green made 53no, Winterton ran out comfortable winners.
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Bungay A's five-wicket win against Costessey saw them retain top spot in Division Three.
In Division Four, Watton maintained their unbeaten start to the season, beating Great Yarmouth A by 94 runs. Gavin Norman top scored for Watton with 59 and his brother, Bruno, returned figures of four for three.
Medium pacer Adam Penton took six for 10 from seven devastating overs as Norwich and Coltishall Wanderers B shot out Hales A for 38 in 13 overs. Wanderers took 20 overs and lost five wickets chasing the target as the youthful hosts produced a spirited reply on the lively Hales Green pitch.
Aldborough A remain top after a convincing 174-run win at Ashmanhaugh A.
Division Five leaders Old Catton A were made to work hard for a two-wicket success at home to Hemsby.
Hardingham A's three-wicket win at Blundeston Colts kept them comfortably clear at the top of Division Six.
Blundeston's Chris Burgess made 45 in his side's low total, while there were three wickets each for Jamie Fowle, Stuart Meikle and Josh Downes. Sean Brindell took five for 15 in the Hardingham reply, but the visitors did just enough to claim victory, thanks largely to 40 from man of the match Fowle.
North Elmham jumped up to second after their 17-run triumph over Ketteringham Hall A.
Ant Keeble (42) and Chris Palmer (44) top scored for Elmham, with Hall's Jamie Howes taking four for 43. Terry Briggs hit 57 in the Hall reply but they ultimately fell short.
A half-century from Old Buckenham C skipper Jamie Lincoln proved in vain as his side lost to Old Catton B by 157 runs.
Hardingham B posted a 300-plus score against Hales Colts in Division Eight, with Carl Cowles (66ret) and Nick Banham (47) the main contributors. Banham and Jordan Howard then took three wickets apiece as Hales were beaten by 223 runs.