West Norfolk League: Terrington bowler Graham Moore bags hat-trick in six-wicket haul

The West Norfolk League fared better than the three other competitions in the county, with seven of the 16 scheduled games completed.

Terrington's Graham Moore enjoyed a terrific day with the ball as his six-wicket haul included a hat-trick. He took six for 17 to help bowl Denver out for 93 as the hosts lost their last six wickets for three runs after opener Paul Morton departed for 49.

Jason Young (47no) and Adam Hodgson (45no) saw Terrington to a nine-wicket win with an unbroken second wicket stand of 89.

Sandringham bowled Swaffham A out for 102 and went on to record a five-wicket victory in the only other positive result in Division One.

Castle Rising's Richard Southgate scored 55 in their abandoned match against Snettisham.


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In Division Two, Hospital reached their victory target of 192 against Fakenham B with nine balls to spare in fading light.

Nattu Mani top scored with 66 for Hospital after Harrison Futter had made 70 for Fakenham.

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An exciting finish at Heacham saw the hosts edge to a one-wicket win against Hillington.

Hockwold's Michael Hammond scored 55 and Simon Groom added an unbeaten 53 in their abandoned match against Sandringham A.

Northwold had Downham B in trouble at 79 for six when rain ended the contest.

Snettisham A cruised to a 10-wicket win over Dereham B in Division Three as Martin Herbert took four for seven to help bowl nine-man Dereham out for 45.

Narborough A beat Thornham, who also only had nine players, by 22 runs, with Danny Yeates-Cornwall hitting 72.

Gooderstone's Andrew Dixon took six for 31 against Beeston, but it was to no avail as rain forced an early finish.

In Division Four, Paul King (100no) and Jamie Tuck (101) helped Bircham A crush Beeston A by 216 runs.

Gooderstone A's David Lane took four for 15 in their abandoned match against Castle Acre A and Beetley's Paul Taylor bagged four for 11 as their game against Denver A also fell by the wayside.

n Only one match was completed in the Lucas Fettes Norfolk League, as Great Yarmouth beat reigning champions Rollesby by eight wickets.

Paul Harwood made 115 for Reepham & Salle A in an abandoned Division Eight match against Hingham A.

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