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Josh’s knock enables 1st XI to reach 187-9 target two overs to spare

By Pete Woodhouse

Pictured is Wisbech Town 1st XI batsman Josh Bowers who hit 90 not out off 64 balls in their five-wicket Cambs League win over Ramsey.

Sam Albutt was second top scorer with 25. Bowers’ knock enabled Wisbech to reach their 187-9 target with more than two overs to spare.

Wisbech Cricket Club v Lashings World XI..Josh Bowers. (3920289)
Wisbech Cricket Club v Lashings World XI..Josh Bowers. (3920289)



Saturday, September 15

Creake Shield: Chatteris Town Reserves v Eaton Socon Reserves, Manea United v Chatteris Fen Tigers, Wimblington v Mott MacDonald, Wisbech St Mary A v Burwell Tigers.

Kershaw Senior A: Over Sports v Chatteris Town.

Kershaw Senior B: March Town United Res v Royston Town A, Newmarket Town Res v Wisbech St Mary Reserves.

Mead Plant & Grab 2B: Great Paxton v Wisbech Town Acorns.

4C: Outwell Swifts Reserves v March Academy Reserves.

Cambs Low Jun Cup: Benwick Athletic Res v The Isle, Coldham United v Fordham Reserves, FC Parson Drove Reserves v Little Downham Swifts, Guyhirn v Whittlesey Athletic B, Leverington Sports “A” v The Eagle, Longstanton v Outwell Swifts, March Academy v Wimblington Reserves, Tydd Reserves v Wisbech Town Acorns Res.



Two members sent 81 birds to Whitby. Liberated at 9:00. Wind South West: 1st , 3rd & 4th Moore & Ransome 1103.267, 1081.487 & 1068.737;

2nd M A James 1088.377.

March Town Flying Club

Race held from Whitley Bay which is approx 137 miles.

1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th - D Bannister 1109, 1086, 1070, 1068; 3rd - L Williams 1072; 6th, 8th - M Bishop & Son 1046, 1023; 7th - Mr & Mrs D Driver & Sons 1041; 9th - Mr & Mrs D Vallance 1015.


March 2nd Xl v Wimblington, Sunday, September 9

Wimblington foiled March Sunday 2nd XI’s attempt to reach the Ernie Wool Cup final, when they were beaten by 30 runs at The Avenue.

The Fenland Trophy champions were expected to go through, but the visitors bowled well and held some good catches for only their second victory of the season.

Batting first, Wimblingtonmade 109-7 from their 40 overs, with March skipper Sam Mason taking 3-17 and vice-skipper Shae Pooley 2-20.

Small totals are never easy and March proved that point by hitting the ball in the air far too often. Mason came in late in the order and at one stage his 25 runs looked as though they would deprive Wimblington of a deserved victory. But it wasn’t to be!

Wimblington 109-7, 40 overs (Sam Mason 3-17, Shae Pooley 2-20), March 2nd XI 89 all out, 25.3 overs (Sam Mason 25, Jim Chapman 16, Alex Oldham 15).

March Man of the Match: Sam Mason.

March 3rd Xl v Witcham,

Saturday, September 8

The curtain came down on the 3rd XI’s season in CCA Junior League Division 3N, but not before ‘Golden Oldie’ Dennis Furnell smashed an unbeaten 72 in the three wicket defeat at Witcham.

It was the opening batsman’s highest score of the campaign and made up the bulk of March’s 168-5 total in a match reduced to 35 overs per side.

Manuj Patel weighed in with 27 runs, with Rob Pooley scoring 19 and Anthony Henson 16no.

There were two wickets apiece for Stuart Arnold, Sam Mason and Pate, as the home side won with four balls remaining.

March 3rd XI 168-5, 35 overs (Furnell 72, Patel 27, Pooley 19, Henson 16no), Witcham 171-7, 34.2 overs (Stuart Arnold 2-13, Sam Mason 2-24, Manuj Patel 2-29).

March Man of the Match: Dennis Furnell.

Cambs League Div One: March 1st XI 151 all out 49.4 overs (Saranga Rajaguru 53, Sam Clarke 19), Histon 128 all out, 44.3 overs (Saranga Rajaguru 3-35, James Harradine 2-11, Spencer Saberton 2-11, Tyler Phillips 2-15).

MoM: Saranga Rajaguru.

Rutland League Division 1

Wisbech Town beat Kings Keys by 5 wickets

Kings Keys won the toss and elected to bat.

Kings Keys 82 all out (19.3 overs: Kieran Haynes 4-34) .

Wisbech 83 for 5 (16.5 overs: Danny Haynes 21, Josh Bowers 23).

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