9:50am Friday 6th July 2012
TEN Weobley batsmen were clean-bowled in their 106-run defeat against Builth Wells in the GB Liners Marches League Division One.
Chasing 167 to win, Weobley were shot out for just 60 after Adam Morgan and Jamie McIlroy both hit the stumps five times.
Dales’ Ian Jones made up for his duck with the bat by taking four wickets to help the Leominster side to victory over Abergavenny- Crickhowell.
He claimed 4-23 in eight overs to help dismiss Abergavenny- Crickhowell for 142.
Garnons won a tight game against Bartestree and Lugwardine by just two wickets.
Bartestree reached 177- 9 from their 45 overs before the home side edged across the finishing line.
Hay-on-Wye claimed a six-wicket win at Shobdon in Division Two.
Joel Anderson’s 3-37 restricted the visitors to 130-8 before opener Johnny Daw helped Hay on their way with 75.
Matt Wargen’s unbeaten 27 gave Brockhampton 3rd a low-scoring win over Goodrich 3rd.
Three wickets from Dave Bromage and George Mokler prompted a collapse which saw Goodrich dismissed for 67.
Herefordians pipped Widemarsh Lads Club by one wicket with just two balls to spare in a thrilling Division Four clash.
Openers Rob Pendleton and Andrew Thomas hit half-centuries for Herefordians who held their nerve.
Former Welsh Association for Cricketers with a Disability all-rounder Greg Pendleton, who once captained England in India, struck the winning runs for Herefordians.
Andrew Weston (3-29) and Luke Williams (4-29) starred for Wormelow 3rd in their victory against Hereford City Lads Club.
Chasing 108 for victory, captain Jamie Langford (38) set Wormelow on their way to a six-wicket win.
Josh Gateley was Kington 3rd’s hero, taking 5-9 as Eastnor 3rd were dismissed for 74. Kington won by five wickets Luctonians, meanwhile, are through to the second round of the Marches League Knockout Cup after defeating Weobley.
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