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Somerset Cricket League round-up - Shillabeer routs Huish
8:00am Wednesday 7th May 2014 in Sport
DOMINIC Shillabeer took 5-14 to fire Kilve to a twowicket victory over Huish & Langport in Division 2 of the Somerset Cricket League.
Shillabeer tore through the Huish line-up to help bowl them out for 121, before C. Clemenson (32no) guided Kilve over the finish line.
Elsewhere in the division, North Newton beat Cheddar by 11 runs.
Batting first, Newton managed 158-6 from their 45 overs – Cheddar slumped to 147 all out in reply.
In Division 1, Bridgwater A were comfortably beaten by North Perrott, as the visitors cruised to a seven wicket victory.
Bridgwater A could only reach 104 all out batting first, with B. Coombes top scoring with 34 – in reply, Perrott eased to victory with plenty of time to spare.
Middlezoy were beaten by five wickets by North Curry, who reached their target with four overs to spare.
M. Troman (40) and N. Barnard (35) carried Zoy to 152-9 batting first, but North Curry had little trouble in reaching their target, despite 2-36 from Barnard.
Mark snuck to a one-wicket win at Trull in Division 5, thanks to a half-century from D. Worthington.
Chasing 152 to win, Worthington struck 69 as Mark crept home with one wicket to spare.
In Division 7, Wembdon Wyverns were thrashed by eight wickets at Winscombe after being rolled out for just 68.
Only Steve Pigden (31) made any noticeable contribution, as Winscombe eased to an emphatic win.
M. Wilkins took 4-18 for Middlezoy 2nd XI as they hammered East Hunstpill by 94 runs in Division 8S.
Wilkins’ haul helped shoot Huntspill out for just 80, in pursuit of Middlezoy’s first innings total of 174.
J. Brigers backed Wilkins up with 3-11, to add to his earlier score of 32 – N. Jones struck 46 at the top of the order to set up a winning position for Zoy.
Wembdon Academy were one-wicket winners over Wellington in a low scoring affair – J. Dunster 3-7 helped skittle Welly for just 95, before B. Lipscombe (19) helped Wembdon across the line.
Finally, Spaxton slumped to a heavy 118-run defeat against Watchet – D. Russell (34) and J. Venton (20) top scored for Spaxton, but they were unable to get close to Watchet’s impressive score of 231-4.