West Norfolk League: Young’s ton helps Terrington into second place
Terrington moved into second place in Division One after Jason Young hit an unbeaten 120, ably supported by Jamie Gollands with 64 in a 227-8 total against Snettisham, for whom Damion Twiddy took 4-44. Snettisham could only manage 180 in reply.
Sandringham dismissed Hayley East Anglia for 86. Chris Smith took 4-22 but Sandringham won by four wickets to stay top.
Paul Morton scored 111 and Alex Vincent 56 as defending champions Denver posted 250-8 against Downham Town B for whom Simon Brooking took 4-50. Alex Vincent and Ben Rolfe shared eight wickets as they restricted Downham to 124-9.
Castle Rising won their first-ever league match beating Hospital by seven wickets. Veteran spinner Steve Hayes took 4-19. Richard Southgate just missed out on a fifty as Castle Rising reached the 116 victory target. Bircham were dismissed for 144 by Long Sutton. Adam Wright scored 51 as they ran out of overs just 14 runs short of victory with the last pair at the crease.
Hockwold top Division Two beating Narborough A by 43 runs. A last-wicket stand of 46 helped Hockwold to reach 165. Carl Smith took 6-12 as Narborough A were all out for 122.
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Castle Acre went second after an unbeaten 102 by Nick Whales (102no) helped them reach 223-8 with Jay Gates taking 4-28 for Mundford A. Tom Ware took 4-18 as Mundford A were bowled out for 88.
David Annakin's 74 helped Swaffham A reach 178-7. Kieran Kingston-Miles took 5-8 as Gooderstone were bowled out for 102. Thornham's 112 proved too many for Fakenham A (70) as Kevin Williamson took 5-18. t Heacham top Division Three after beating Denver A by 81 runs. D Bazely took 5-17 as Heacham were out for 121 before George Loughlin took 5-14 as Denver were skittled for 40. Beeston scored 137 with M Kimber scoring 50 before Holt fell 10 runs short as Beeston's bowlers restricted them to 128-8. In Division Four Gayton's Martin Haylock (5-19) helped to dismiss Beeston A for 72. Gayton lost one wicket in reply. Kieran Holmes-Derby scored 53 as Downham Town C scored 169-7. Chris Graves (5-11 ) helped bowl Gooderstone A all out for 69.
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