Rutland League cricket round-up
A superb innings from Sam Evison brought the first silverware of the season to Bourne Cricket Club on Monday night.
Evison hit 116 runs as Bourne recorded a convincing success over Burghley Park in the final of the Stamford Charity Shield at Ketton Sports.
The opener smashed 12 fours and seven sixes in his 68-ball innings as Bourne breezed to a 111-run victory.
They made 190-4 after batting first from 20 overs before bowling Burghley out for 79 in their reply.
Rob Bentley took 4-13 and Colin Cheer claimed 4-12 while Jack Berry took 2-20 and also held four catches.
A century from Daniel Hughes helped Ketton Sports win the Rutland League Division Two derby with Oakham by seven wickets on Sunday.
Will Begy had blasted 87 as Oakham made 176-9 after batting first with Adam Renton claiming 4-25 for Sports.
Hughes then hit 13 fours and two sixes in his 103 not out as Sports secured the victory inside 36 overs with Brad Lucas unbeaten on 25 at the close.
Uffington moved above Oakham in the standings after a five-wicket away win at Ufford Park.
The hosts had made 230-8 after batting first with Muhammed Rizwan 67 not out and Ansar Hussain hitting 48 for Ufford.
Ted Genever grabbed 5-49 for Uffington who secured the win with Rob Dunn and Harry Bentley in fine form.
Bentley made 86 and Dunn was 90 not out as Uffington secured the win despite Alex Mears taking 3-29 for Ufford.
Barnack maintained the only unbeaten record in the top flight after a 98-run success over Uppingham.
The table-toppers made 215 after batting first with Mohammed Raheel racking up 79 runs while Toby Rees, Freddy Williamson and Sam Rees all took two wickets for Town.
Uppingham were bowled out for 117 in reply as opener James Cross top-scored with 36. Javad Ghani and Tanveer Hussain took 3-36 and 3-16 respectively for Barnack.
Bourne were beaten by 31 runs in a rain-affected Division Three clash with Castor.
The hosts had made 182-6 after batting first with Jordan Temple taking a couple of wickets for Bourne.
They were set a revised target of 163 from 40 overs but were bowled out for 131 despite Corey Young making 74.
Stamford moved back to the top of the Division Three table after a convincing 135-run success over Uffington 2nds.
They made 267 after batting first with Tim Juggins making 68, Lewis Spice scoring 47 and Luke Toomey adding 33.
Chris Birch added a late cameo of 21 and then took 4-21 from 7.1 overs as Uffington were dismissed for 132 in reply.