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Cricket round-up

PUBLISHED: 16:06 26 August 2010 | UPDATED: 09:49 16 September 2010

Cromer were led to a Norfolk Alliance Premier Division four-wicket win over Lowestoft Town by Michael Warnes' unbeaten 82.

Lowestoft posted 201 for five, Cromer claiming 21 points with 205 for six.

Cromer were led to a Norfolk Alliance Premier Division four-wicket win over Lowestoft Town by Michael Warnes' unbeaten 82.

Lowestoft posted 201 for five, Cromer claiming 21 points with 205 for six.

In Division One, Bradfield (201, Steve Bidewell 60) suffered defeat at Beccles (205 for seven), while Sheringham (72) were thrashed by 205 runs by Swardeston A (277 for nine).

That leaves Sheringham just three points better off than bottom club Beccles and nine behind third-bottom Bradfield.

In Division Three, Ashmanhaugh (232 for nine) suffered a close defeat by second-placed Horsford A (234 for eight). Chris Nation made 67 for Ashmanhaugh as visiting spinner Chris Browne claimed six for 51.

The Division Four bottom club Aldborough showed spirit with a win over Halvergate. They made 116 for six against 115, Mike Cramp taking 6-40. Division Five champions Cromer A (135 for nine) beat Stow A (134) by one wicket at Stow. Alex Craske took 4-26 for Cromer.

In Division Six, Bradfield A slipped to third after losing by nine wickets to Thetford A, Bradfield 226 for five, Thetford 227 for one.

In Norfolk League Division Two, Aylsham St Giles (165 for one) won at St Andrews (162 for eight); Overstrand (121) lost to Cringleford Lodge (227 for seven); and Happisburgh (187) lost at Belton (224).

In Division Four, Aldborough A (150 for six) lost at Norwich & Coltishall (151 for one) while bottom club Ashmanhaugh A conceded their match at Winterton A.

Happisburgh A in Division Six mustered only 133 to Frettenham's 339 for six. In Division Seven, Bacton Sabres (123 for four) won at Lowestoft C (114) while in Division Eight, Reepham & Salle moved into the top two after beating promotion rivals Bunwell by 100 runs. Joe Hollis 85no, and 3-5, Rajiv Choudhary (4-24).


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