Seven-wicket haul

BRADFIELD'S winning streak came to an abrupt halt at Barton Turf on Saturday when Norwich & Coltishall Wanderers' Jeremy Elliot ran through Bradfield's Alliance Division One batting order with figures of 7-26.

BRADFIELD'S winning streak came to an abrupt halt at Barton Turf on Saturday when Norwich & Coltishall Wanderers' Jeremy Elliot ran through Bradfield's Alliance Division One batting order with figures of 7-26.

Bradfield could find no answer to his pace as four batsmen gloved him behind and his other three victims were yorked as the morning's league leaders were bowled out for 112.

Wanderers had a slight scare, losing three wickets with only 30 on the board, but they had no more trouble in reaching their target.


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