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Cromer among cricket's rain victims

PUBLISHED: 12:57 12 August 2010 | UPDATED: 09:48 16 September 2010

Rain denied Cromer in their Norfolk Alliance Premier Division match with visitors Old Buckenham, who foot the table.

Buckenham made 201 for eight and Cromer's reply was halted at 0-0.

Rain denied Cromer in their Norfolk Alliance Premier Division match with visitors Old Buckenham, who foot the table.

Buckenham made 201 for eight and Cromer's reply was halted at 0-0. They remain seventh of 10 teams.

In Division One, Bradfield bowled out Swardeston A for 196 and repled with 71 for five.

Bradenham emerged winners in a low-scoring mid-table clash with Sheringham. Mark Hunter took five for 21 and Patrick Dewing an unbeaten half-century for home club Bradenham who made 99-3 chasing Sheringham's 96.

In Division Three, Ashmanhaugh kept their promotion hopes alive as they blasted 321 for five, featuring an unbeaten 90 from Stuart Warminger against Swaffham, with Alex Metcalfe claiming five for 17 as the Brecklanders were dismissed for 134.

In Division Four, bottom of the table Aldborough's Andy Duckham showed he's not prepared to go down without a fight, scoring an unbeaten 63 in his team's 115 for six total against Hardingham, who scored 119 for three.

Cromer A are keeping all guns blazing at the top of Division Five, dismissing Great Melton A for 80 with Darren Payne claiming four for 23. Ben Clarke dominated the reply of 84 for nought with 58no.

In Division Six, Bradfield A, who are second, made 158 for nine against Beccles A's 40.

In Norfolk League Division Two, Aylsham, Overstrand and Happisburgh were rained off, as were Division Four sides Aldborough A and Ashmanhaugh A.

In Division Six, Happisburgh a made 145 to North Elmham's 148 for six; Division Seven's Bacton Sabres were beaten by the weather, as were Reepham & Salle in Division Eight.


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