Wisbech Town CC won their traditional two innings friendly season curtain-raiser last week versus MCC by three wickets.
Scores: MCC 256-4 dec (47.5 overs; Tom Bourne 7-0-35-1, James Williams 8-1-34-2, Jack Hastings 6.5-0-31-1). Wisbech 209-8 dec (45 overs; Josh Bowers 45, Gary Freaar 44, Williams 38no). MCC 207-2 dec (38.5 overs; Hastings 7-1-27-1, Freear 4-0-11-1). Wisbech 255-7 (57.3 overs; Freear 66, Danny Emmington 46, Jason Esser 34).
Wisbech v Ramsey: Abandoned on Saturday. Ramsey 225-5 (48 ov; Williams 13-3-42-2, Hastings 13-2-65-2, Gavin Plume 9-1-33-1).
Long Sutton 2nd vs Wisbech 3rd: Abandoned on Saturday. Wisbech 141-8 (40 overs; Harry Johnson not out 31, Pat Webb not out 44; J. Sayer 3-53, Rob Simpson 2-14).
Long Sutton 50-5 (19 overs; Andrew Wright 30; Pat Reeve 1-6, Charlie Golding 1-13, Johnson 1-2, Harrison Smith 1-9, Martin Parrin 1-6).
Rutland League Division 1 on Sunday: Wisbech beat Barnack by 50 runs. Wisbech 204-9 (45 overs; Simon Freear 96, Danny Haynes 37). Barnack 154 (39.4 overs; Williams 6-1-20-1, Alan Burton 8.4-0-24-1, Craig Pack 11-0-53-5, Gary Freear 8-2-17-2, Ryan Van Waterschoot 6-1-34-1).
l Cambridgeshire’s One Day MCCA Trophy 50 over game v Cumberland on Sunday will now be played at Harecroft Road, Wisbech. Play starts at 11am and all spectators are welcome. Free admission.
The game was originally planned to be played at March. The game has transferred due to unforseen damage caused by crows to the grass on the outfield at the March ground.
l March CC hosts a three-day Sports Festival on July 30-August 1.
Completed entry forms and payment are required in advance (£15 each child per day or £35 for all three days). Club coaches offer children the opportunity to learn and practice sporting skills. Other activities including the FDC Community Bus and bouncy castles.
Each year over 100 boys and girls aged between 6 and 12 years have attended and on the last evening all the children return with their parents for the presentation evening and collect their goody bags.
Friendly, March v Downham; abandoned. Downham 231-2 (45 overs). March 60-0 (16 overs; Tommy Howgego 38no, Tyler Phillips 17no).