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Sam Evison is in top form for Bourne as they reach the Winkworth Cup finals day





Sam Evison was in sensational form as Bourne booked their place at the Winkworth Cup finals day after victories over Spalding and Long Sutton on Monday.

They defeated Sutton by 77 runs at the Abbey Lawn and then beat Spalding by eight wickets to top Group Two.

And it was Evison who was leading their charge as he smashed 12 fours and 12 sixes in his 142 off just 54 balls in the success over Long Sutton.

Sam Evison. Photo: sportsbob2023
Sam Evison. Photo: sportsbob2023
Jonny Cheer. Photo: sportsbob2023
Jonny Cheer. Photo: sportsbob2023

Jonny Cheer was 48 not out at the close as Bourne blasted 225-5 from their 20 overs.

Paul Edgeller and Jake Burton both took two wickets each for Long Sutton who finished on 148-6 in their reply.

New South African recruit Davico Kruger hit an unbeaten 62 while fellow newcomer James Laud made 43.

Dave Mears captures the Winkworth Cup action at the Abbey Lawn.
Dave Mears captures the Winkworth Cup action at the Abbey Lawn.
Dave Mears captures the Winkworth Cup action at the Abbey Lawn.
Dave Mears captures the Winkworth Cup action at the Abbey Lawn.
Sam Evison. Photo: sportsbob2023
Sam Evison. Photo: sportsbob2023

Corey Young took 3-18 for Bourne who then restricted Spalding to 131-7 in their second match of the day.

Ollie Dring top-scored with 33 for Spalding while Tom Patchett picked up 3-27 from his four overs for Bourne.

Evison continued his fine form in the reply as he plundered three fours and six sixes in his 63 while Jack Berry made 32 as Bourne triumphed in the 14th over.

Dave Mears captures the Winkworth Cup action at the Abbey Lawn.
Dave Mears captures the Winkworth Cup action at the Abbey Lawn.
Dave Mears captures the Winkworth Cup action at the Abbey Lawn.
Dave Mears captures the Winkworth Cup action at the Abbey Lawn.
Dave Mears captures the Winkworth Cup action at the Abbey Lawn.
Dave Mears captures the Winkworth Cup action at the Abbey Lawn.

Deeping lost both of their matches in Group Four as they were beaten by both Grantham and Sleaford.

James Hook had taken 4-17 as Sleaford were restricted to 134-8 in the first match but Deeping were bowled out for 73 in reply despite Hayatullah Niazi making 36.

Josh Smith then struck 72 in their second match with Grantham as they posted 168-6 from their 20 overs after batting first.

Smith took 3-31 in the Grantham reply but they triumphed with 11 balls remaining as Ahmed Raza finished on 60 not out.



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