Indoor cricket in full flow
AFTER five weeks of competition, the North Walsham Indoor Cricket League is starting to take shape.Joint leaders Happisburgh I and Aldborough II met in the 12.
AFTER five weeks of competition, the North Walsham Indoor Cricket League is starting to take shape.
Joint leaders Happisburgh I and Aldborough II met in the 12.30pm match, Happisburgh though only fielding five players.
This led to a one-sided affair, Aldborough racking up 134-3 in their 10 overs. In reply Happisburgh could only manage 102-2.
Cromer dominated their match with Aldborough I who also where a man short. Cromer reaching 136 and bowling Aldborough out for just 70. It seemed as a lot of teams struggled with available players this week as Sheringham also could only field five in their match with Bradfield. Bradfield also scored 136-2, Sheringham in reply made a spirited 112 for three.
Worstead V UEA looked like it could be the match of the day, UEA being restricted to 103 from 10 overs, Worstead made a strong start reaching 40 after just three overs but could see it through being dismissed for just 64 after 6.3 overs.
The North Walsham Indoor Cricket League is generously supported by North Walsham Scaffolding.
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