Two unbeaten tons in a row for Beetley veteran
Beetley's Keith Daykin made it back-to-back unbeaten centuries to help his side to joint top spot in Division Four.
The 56-year-old opener had made 102 not out the previous week – and bettered that total by one on Saturday as he carried his bat in a total of 219 for three. Beetley then bowled Gooderstone out for 106 to complete an emphatic victory.
They are now joint top with Holt who bowled out Bircham A for 94 on their way to a nine wicket victory.
It's tight at the top of Division One with only four points separating three teams. Snettisham stay top after their seven wicket victory over Terrington, who were dismissed for 141. Tom Anderson then smashed 61 off 40 balls as Snettisham wrapped up the match in the 24th over.
Craig Hughes scored 58 as Bircham posted 152 for 9. Andy Dale scored 51 for Swaffham A out of 114 all out as Bircham ran out winners by 38 runs.
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James Banham top scored with 55 for Sandringham as they were bowled all out for 221 in the last over of their innings. Jethro Agnew took 4 for 21 and Robert Hooton 4 for 45 for Castle Acre. Chris Smith took 5 for 44 and James Hurst 4 for 22 as Castle Acre replied with 110 all out.
Paul Morton scored 79 in Denver's 157 for 9, with Paul Hudson taking 4 for 36 for Castle Rising, who went on to record a six wicket victory.
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The top of the table clash in Division Two resulted in Northwold closing the gap to one point as they beat Heacham by four wickets. Anthony Sadler scored an unbeaten 94 in 165 for 3 while Ash Drohan scored 50 in Northwold's reply as they reached their target.
Downham B were bowled out for just 58 and Hillington lost five wickets on their way to victory.
Adam Askew scored an unbeaten 98 and Anthony Ruddick 54 in a 141 run sixth wicket partnership as Hockwold set Hospital a target of 259 for victory. It was too much and they had reached 189 for seven when the overs ran out.
In Division Three Narborough A's lead was cut to 11 points as Daniel Coggin's 6 for 12 saw them bowled out for just 59. Dersingham A went on to win by seven wickets. Thornham set Mundford A an imposing total of 289 for 3 with James Rix scoring 81no, Kevin Williamson 72 and Stephen Lucas 65 and they fell well short on 188 for six. Beeston's Robert Wall scored 92 in a losing run chase as they were bowled out for 188 chasing Snettisham A's 229 for 5.