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South Lincs and Border Cricket League round-up





There was derby delight for Long Sutton 2nds as they defeated their Spalding counterparts in the South Lincs and Border League on Saturday.

The visitors were seven wicket winners in the Division One clash to leave their defeated hosts in the relegation zone as the midway mark of the season approaches.

Three wicket hauls from Ed Munson (3-27), Rajan Sangha (3-34) and Thilina Dilshan (3-1 off 1.5 overs) helped dismiss Spalding for 123.

Sam Webster had top-scored with 30 not out for the hosts who were then defeated inside 27 overs as Sutton openers Aron John and Sangha led the victory charge with 45 and 40 respectively.

A fine performance in the field helped Market Deeping 2nds to a seven-wicket win over Boston 2nds.

They dismissed their hosts for 91 with Dan George leading the Deeping attack after taking 4-25 from nine overs.

Action from the South Lincs and Border League Division Two clash between Moulton Harrox 2nds and Baston on Saturday. Photo: Chris Lowndes
Action from the South Lincs and Border League Division Two clash between Moulton Harrox 2nds and Baston on Saturday. Photo: Chris Lowndes

Parwaz Safi also claimed 3-33 for Deeping whose victory was secured by an unbeaten half-century from opener Richard Pickering.

A century from Ben Warner wasn't enough to guide Bourne 2nds to victory in their Championship clash at Grantham.

Warner hit 120 while opener Adam Binns made 53 as Bourne finished their 45 overs on 248-9.

However, a 224-run opening partnership between Martin Parmley and Stewart Mudie led the successful victory chase.

Parmley plundered 18 boundaries in his 116 while Mudie was unbeaten on 114 at the close after hitting 15 fours.

Moulton Harrox 2nds remain among the front-runners in Division Two after a 105-run success over Baston.

The hosts hit 219-5 from their 45 overs with Blake Wolstenholme and Ruari Drumm both scoring half-centuries and Cameron Fox finishing on 46 not out.

John Lamin and Jonathan Digby both collected a couple of wickets each for Baston who were then bowled out for 114 in reply.

Pete Sampson struck 28 but the Moulton attack were on top after Simon Juckes collecting 4-27 while Mo Alam claimed 3-5 from his 3.3 over stint.

Moulton remain in third place with Castor in second spot after a four-wicket victory at Billingborough 2nds.

Chris King made 41 for Billingborough but they were bowled out for 117 with Callum Scott taking a couple of wickets in the Castor reply.



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