The curtain came down on March CC’s Whitings League Division 1 season, as the record books were torn apart by league runners-up Histon,
In Whiting & Partners Div 3 on Saturday, a final wicket stand of 29 by visitors AK XI meant Wisbech 2nds lost by one wicket in the penultimate over.
The damp weekend weather affected cricket teams’ scoring ability and none more so than Wisbech Town 1st XI, who lost by nine wickets at Eaton Socon.
March Town picked up 14 points at runaway leaders Sawston to keep a grip on fourth spot in the Cambs Whitings League despite a six-wicket defeat.
Second-spot Chatteris CC are still on course for promotion from CCA Senior League Division 2 thanks to century-maker Archie Palmer’s rescue act.
March Town have risen to fourth in Cambs Whitings League Division 1 following a five-wicket win away to lowly Thriplow.
Chatteris CC enjoyed a comfortable CCA Senior League Division 2 victory over visitors Newport.
March Sunday Seconds took another step towards the Ernie Wool Cup final when they beat Wisbech 3rds in a derby by three wickets at The Avenue.
Danny Haynes (pictured) carried his bat for a Sunday Wisbech Town ton.
Saranga Rajaguru used the pink ball trial to smash 141 – his highest league score for March – on Saturday during a 90-run demolition of Foxton.
Apart from one match, Wisbech Town and March Town Cricket Clubs suffered a washout last weekend (July 27/28).