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Anton Kaval takes 5-20 as Chatteris brush aside March 2nds

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Chatteris brushed aside visitors March 2nds by six wickets on Saturday in Cambs CCA Senior League Division 1.

March 2nds totalled just 75 in 33.5 overs. Opener Lewis Welcher 39 and Nigel Wright 13 were the only ones to reach double figures as Jake Kaval grabbed 1-13, Peter Munns 1-12, Anton Kaval 9-4-20-5 and Anthony Bamford 2-2 caused a collapse from 58-1.

Chatteris replied with 79-4 from 26 overs: Anthony Bamford not out 25 and Matthew Hollis was unbeaten on 28 after James Harradine 2-18 and Shae Pooley 2-26 had reduced the hosts to 47-4.

Chatteris 1st v March 2nds..James Harridine... (48625921)
Chatteris 1st v March 2nds..James Harridine... (48625921)

Chatteris 2nds followed suit by defeating hosts Wimblington by four wickets.

Wimblington posted 148-7 in 40 overs, Marc Eldred making 10, Glyn Wilson 14, Karl Anderson 36, Joshua Fox 33 and Robert Kemp 28 not out. Taking wickets were Billy Munns 2-22, Oliver Tilbrook 2-27 and Shimron Thomas 3-37.

Chatteris 2nds made 152-6 in 36.2 overs: Luke Parnell 21, Charlie Munns 44, Liam Boxall 33 and Adam Elliott 14. Leon Walker grabbed 2-16, Joshua Fox 1-33, Leighton Anthony-Saxby 1-9 and Glyn Wilson 1-12.

In the Cambs League Division 1, Gary Freear stroked 105 as fourth-spot Wisbech Town beat third-place visiting Foxton by 81 runs.

Wisbech set 258-6 from 50 overs as opener Freear, who stayed for 135 balls and hit six fours and three sixes, and Josh Bowers (46) added 91 for the second wicket. Sam Albutt added 18, Danny Haynes 41, Jonny Garner 10 and Anthony Palmer not out 14.

Foxton were 197 all out with an over to spare despite Alex Hooley carrying his bat for 105. George Gowler bagged 1-31, Chris Clark 1-34, ​Freear 3-50 and Anthony Palmer 4-41

Wisbech 2nds lost at Eaton Socon 2nds by 74 runs. Eaton set 206-8 in 45 overs while Josh Porter took 1-48, Joe Dunning 2-30, Ali Anthony 2-46, Tom Buck 1-30 and Dom Stannard 2-19.

Chatteris 1st v March 2nds. (48625899)
Chatteris 1st v March 2nds. (48625899)

Wisbech 2nds were 132 all out in 33.4 overs: opener Lewis Jackson hit 15, Matt Esser 16, Jamie Hallatt 13, Robert Osbourne 22, Ali Anthony 22no and Ross Gardner 27.

Cambridge St Giles 2nds’ Russell Doel punished Wisbech 3rds for 115 in a 152-run crushing.

The hosts posted 287-6 in 40 overs, with wicket-takers Max Mattless 2-42, Matt Duff 1-46, Ryan Van Waterschoot 1-48, Tom Freear 1-57 and Nick Osbourne 1-46. Wisbech were 135 all out (40 overs). Thomas Hoyle top-scored with 46, Brad Williams 12, Colin Freear 21 ​and Joshua Osbourne 13.

​Sixth-spot March Town lost to Cambs League away side Cambridge 2nds.

March Town did well to post 158 all out in 38.3 overs after being 71-5. Saranga Rajaguru led the way with 40, Ruwan Pitigala 24, Andrew George 36 and Curtis Oldroyd 14.

Phoenix Nightingale 2-33, Rajaguru 1-26, Samuel Clarke 1-33 and Udana Ranathunga 1-19 had Cambridge 2nds at 90-5 but they prevailed at 159-6 in the 44th over, by four wickets.

CCA Junior League 4 North leaders March 3rds won at neighbours Wisbech 4ths by three wickets. Wisbech 4ths set 209-3 in 40 overs: Sam Murphy top-scored with 89, Kieran Haynes 33, Harry Sidgewick not out 54 and William Jupp 14. Sam Mason took 1-39 and Joseph Taylor Clark 1-34.

March 3rds sped to 212-7 in 36.2 overs as James Beresford hit 11, Alex Oldham retired on 24, Jacob Gray not out 79, Nick Pooley 20, Charles Pooley 13 and Mark Deas not out 33. John Mallett bagged 3-32, Robert Sidgewick 1-39 and Finlay Murdoch 3-33.

On Sunday in the Rutland League, March Town lost to Uffington by four wickets. March declined from 129-1 to 217 all out in 39.3 overs. Nathan Oliver compiled 31, Brandon Phillips 66 from as many balls, Saranga Rajaguru 28, Jacob Gray 32, Samuel Clarke 12 and Manuj Patel 22.

March fell foul of Rob Bentley’s unbeaten 114 as Uffington managed 218-6 in 45 overs. Phoenix Nightingale took 3-37, Sam Mason 2-26 and Rajaguru 1-44.

In Division 3,Spalding 152-8 (45 overs) beat Long Sutton 83 all out (33 overs) by 69 runs.

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