West Norfolk League: Ton-up Anderson is star man for Snettisham

Tom Anderson reached three figures as Snettisham comfortably saw off Denver to move 24 points clear at the top of Division One at the weekend.

Anderson made 105 and Matthew Herbert 63 as Snettisham scored 252 for 6. Paul Morton scored 57 in reply but Denver could only manage 130 all out with Martin Herbert taking 4 for 43.

In a match reduced to 40 overs Sandringham were bowled out for 127 and successfully defended that total as second-placed Bircham collapsed to 76 all out.

Jason Young scored 100 for Terrington as they reached 246 for 6. Adam Hodgson then took 4 for 40 to help bowl Castle Acre out for 193.

Sunil Anthrayose took 4-36 as Swaffham A ended their innings all out for 144 against Castle Rising, who ended up winning by eight wickets thanks largely to Arun Nair who smashed 91.

In Division Two Matt Taylor took 6 for 21 to help leaders Hillington bowl Hockwold out for 125. Andrew Jarvis scored 46 to see his side home by seven wickets to lead the table by 12 points.

An unbeaten 62 from Anthony Sadler helped Heacham chase down Downham B's total of 176 for 7 for a four wicket win while Northwold ran out winners by nine wickets as they bowled Fakenham thirds out for 82.

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Narborough A stretched their lead at the top of Division Three after their 69 run victory over Beeston. Trevor Farrow scored 52 in Narborough's total of 209 for 7 and Beeston were bowled out for 140. Gooderstone stay second after a thrilling one wicket win over Snettisham A. After bowling Snettisham out for 136, Lewis Jeavons took 4 for 38 but the last wicket saw Gooderstone home.

Beetley stretched their lead at the top of Division Four to 19 points with Gayton having a game in hand. Beetley made short work of Castle Acre A, bowling them out for 65 on their way to a seven wicket victory. Paul Kennedy took 5 for 26 as Gayton bowled out Bircham A for 130. Tom Pettigrew put in the best bowling performance of the day, taking 8 for 43 as Gayton were bowled out for 89 to give Bircham a 41 run victory. Robin Thaxter took 5 for 9 as Holt beat 10 man Gooderstone A.