WISBECH: Superb Williams helps Wisbech get off the mark
CRICKET TUCKER DIVISION ONE Wisbech 225-4 Camden 138 all out JAMES WILLIAMS was on top form with bat and ball, scoring 75 not out and taking 5-34 as Wisbech easily disposed of Camden. Ben Allsop (58) and Daniel Mason put on 49 for the first wicket. Gar
TUCKER DIVISION ONE
Camden 138 all out
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JAMES WILLIAMS was on top form with bat and ball, scoring 75 not out and taking 5-34 as Wisbech easily disposed of Camden.
Ben Allsop (58) and Daniel Mason put on 49 for the first wicket.
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Gary Freear went out cheaply and Allsop was dismissed shortly after.
Williams, David Wood (32) And Simon Freear (32 not out) took Wisbech to their total.
Tom Bourne chipped in with 3-22 as Wisbech had Camden out for 138.
Wisbech III 117 all out
JAMES PAUL (78) and Sean Sleight (33) put on 80 runs for the fifth wicket to help Leverington to a fine win over their neighbours.
Dom Stannard 3-13 and Kieran Haynes 2-8 were the pick of the Wisbech bowlers.
Danny Haynes again batted extremely well for 33 and he was well supported by Adam Thomas (20) and Danny Emmington (16).
RUTLAND DIVISION SEVEN
Market Overton 68 all out
OPENING batsman Gary Freear scored a fine 148 and was helped out by Adam Hodgson (40) and Simon Freear (27) as Wisbech hit an imposing target.
Young opening bowlers Ivan Burgess (5-23) and Ryan Watershoot (3-25) had their hosts reeling at 49-8 after their six-over spells.
Then veteran wily slow bowler Craig Johnson finished it off with two wickets for no runs.
RUTLAND DIVISION SEVEN
Wisbech II 223 all out
BOWLER Bob Burgess bagged his first ever hat-trick in a superb 5-62 for Wisbech.
Wisbech batted first and recovered remarkably from a dreadful start.
At one point they were at 63-6 but Declon Smee (66 not out) saved the innings.
He shared big stands of 67 with Zac Brown (41), 45 with John Mallett (22) and 47 with Bob Burgess (10).
Upwood had a much better start as they were 130-2.
But solid bowling from Burgess, John Mallett (2-39) and Lyndon Waters (2-42) kept Upwood behind the run rate.