A six-wicket haul from all-rounder Saranga Rajaguru sent March Town into second spot in Rutland League Division One on Sunday.
Kieran Haynes starred with figures of 10-3-18-6 as Wisbech Town CC made it two wins out of two to begin the Cambs League season.
March Town 1sts were hammered by 170 runs at the hands of newly promoted Cambridge CC 2nd XI, in Whitings League Division 1 on Saturday.
March Town Cricket Club held their annual early season “members evening” on Friday night.
March Town bowled well in their Cambs League season opener on Saturday, but their batting frailties resurfaced to lose to Eaton Socon by 55 runs.
Wisbech Town CC opening batsman Danny Haynes had a super weekend, carrying his bat for two vital unbeaten innings during a victory double.
As part of the partnership with Cambs County Cricket, Wisbech Grammar School hosted their first ‘All Stars Cricket’ Programme.
A match-winning ton from Saranga Rajaguru got promoted March Town CC's Rutland League Division 1 campaign off to a flyer versus visitors King's Keys.
Bowers (64 not out off 34 balls) and Paul Edgeller (not out 17) earned Wisbech the scalp of the MCC in their cricket curtain-raiser by 5 wickets.
Welney Cricket Club are seeking players for the forthcoming 2019 season.
Wisbech Town CC have been getting their Harecroft Road ground up to scratch on Saturday with the national ECB CricketForce initiative.
Saranga Rajaguru is back at March CC ready for the new cricket season having rubbed shoulders all winter with superstars of Sri Lankan Test matches.
The annual NatWest “CricketForce” Day was held at March Town Cricket Club on Saturday.
March Town Cricket Club are hoping to carry out a pre-season revamp of the ground in an ECB initiative called “CricketForce” sponsored by NatWest.
Eight pupils at Wisbech Grammar School have been selected to represent their counties at cricket this season.