Somerset Shrubbery cricket league round up

Somerset Shrubbery cricket league round up

Somerset Shrubbery cricket league round up

First published in Sport

PLENTY of our teams matches fell foul to the weather on Saturday as a number of games were left evenly poised as rain forced the players from the field of play.

Middlezoy posted 194-5 in their Division 1 match with Wellington thanks to 73 from Nathan Barnard and 42 from Marc Troman. Barnard claimed 3-28 in Wellington's reply of 116-4 before rain stopped play.

North Petherton had no fixture this weekend.

In Division 2 North Newton suffered a hefty nine-wicket loss after C Street (57) top scored in their total of 157-7.

P Jenkins took the only wicket in reply though as North Perrott chased down the runs after 35 overs.

In Division 3, Bridgwater A shared the points with Uphill Castle. Uphill hit 150 with Ian Hewson (4-34) and Kyran Devitt (3-26) doing the damage for the home side.

In reply, Bridgy were 41-3, before the weather intervened.

Kilve were also left frustrated as they closed on 22-1 chasing Staplegrove's 99 for victory. Wickets from Ryan Penwell (3-19), J Darrell (2-11) and S Barton (2-25) helped to dismiss the visitors but only nine overs were possible in Kilve's reply.

Wembdon 2nds were 35-1 in reply to Weston super Mare's 180-4 when rain stopped their match. P Gliddon was the pick of the Wembdon bowlers with 3-35 but G Lowe (18 not out) and A Phillips (13 not out) were left stranded in the 11th over.

In Division 6, Bridgwater Sports suffered a hefty defeat against Baltonsborough. The visitors hit 203-7 and then routed Sports for 50 with only B Winter (14) and Paul Organ (16) hitting scores in double figures.

Spaxton got lucky in their Division 8S match with Middlezoy. The visitors posted 180-7 thanks to P Gray (40) and 30 apiece for Nathan Peppard and G Purchase despite D Pople's (3-42) best efforts.

In reply, Spaxton fell to 24-7 thanks to Purchase (2-6) and Peppard (5-16) before rain saved the day.

Chilton Polden's match with South Petherton was evenly poised after they hit 161 with N Dobbs (46) top scoring but the visitors were 17-0 in reply when rain forced the players off the pitch.

In the Division 9NW match between Wembdon Academy and Chilton Polden 2nds, things were very evenly poised as Wembdon were 140-6 chasing 197 for victory.

L Alway (56) and C Burrows (41) provided the mainstay to the Chilton Polden innings despite four wickets from Robert Paull (4-41). Rich Weber hit a classy 82 in reply for Wembdon but wickets from Alway (2-37) and N Darlington (3-32) pegged the scores back before rain ruined any hopes of a result.

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