Opening batsman top-scores to beat visitors Waresley by 117 runs
Opening batsman Danny Haynes top-scored with 80 to keep Wisbech Town CC in with a shout of a Cambs League top five finish on Saturday.
Sixth-place Wisbech beat visitors Waresley by 117 runs and are on 237 points, just two points behind fifth-spot Godmanchester Town.
Haynes and Josh Bowers put on 99 for the second wicket.
Scores: Whitings League Division 1.
Waresley CC 1st XI won the toss and elected to field.
Wisbech 241 for 9 (50 overs: Danny Haynes 80, Josh Bowers 38, Sam Albutt 37, James Williams 36).
Waresley 124 all out (37.2 overs: Kieran Haynes 3-29, Paul Edgeller 1-30, William Gowler 1-13, Brodie Ellis 3-27, Gary Freear 2-20).
Wisbech 2nd XI won at Fulbourn Institute by one wicket with last pair Joe Dunning not out 18 and Liam Barker not out 3 seeing them home when chasing 134.
CCA Senior League Division 1
Fulbourn Institute 1st XI lost to Wisbech Town 2nd XI by 1 wicket
Fulbourn 134 all out (33.5 overs: Jason Young 7-42).
Wisbech 138 for 9 (43.5 overs: Dom Stannard 27, Ali Anthony 11, Jason Young 12, Thomas Dunning 10, Matt Esser 25, Joe Dunning no18).
March 1st XI came crashing down to earth with a bang after four consecutive wins in Whitings League Division 1, when they lost on Saturday by a massive 146-run margin to second-placed Sawston (scores below right).
CCA Junior League 2 North
Wisbech Town 3rd XI Vs Great Shelford 2nd XI
Great Shelford conceded.
Rutland League Division 4 East
Wisbech Town 2nd XI lost to Castor & Ailsworth 2nd XI by 9 wickets
Wisbech Town CC 2nd XI won the toss and elected to bat.
Wisbech 93 all out (27.5 overs: Thomas Dunning 30, Tom Buck 30).
Castor 94 for 1 (30 overs).
The March 1st XI came crashing down to earth with a bang after four consecutive wins in Whitings League Division 1, when they lost on Saturday by a massive 146-run margin to second-placed Sawston.
The home side, out to avenge a one wicket defeat at The Avenue five weeks ago, started all guns blazing - smashing 80 runs from the first 10 overs. That was the foundation for an impressive 297-8 total.
Saranga Rajaguru and Sam Clarke each picked up a couple of wickets, with the other four bowlers taking a single wicket apiece.
March were soon 56-3 before ‘man of the moment’ Brandon Phillips came to the crease. He followed up last week’s 93 against Eaton Socon with another good knock of 59 not out in a disappointing reply of 151 all out.
Back-up runs came from the other two experienced batters: Shardul Brahmbhatt (24) and Rajaguru (23), who along with Phillips were the only batsmen to make double figures.
Sawston 297-8, 50 overs (Sam Clarke 2-42, Saranga Rajaguru 2-45), March 1st XI 151 all out, 32.3 overs (Brandon Phillips 59no, Shardul Brahmbhatt 24, Saranga Rajaguru 23).