Three in a row for Bradfield

BRADFIELD won their third game in a row in Norfolk Alliance Division One after defeating Sheringham by three wickets in a low-scoring game at the Recreation Ground.

BRADFIELD won their third game in a row in Norfolk Alliance Division One after defeating Sheringham by three wickets in a low-scoring game at the Recreation Ground.

James Moy top scored for the home side with 30 as they could only make 127-8 on a deteriorating wicket, as Dave Yarham finished another fine spell with 3-16 and Robinson took 2-30.

Moy then caused problems for the league leaders with his spin bowling, picking up 5-27.

But with Bradfield stuttering on 99-6, Carl Wiseman hit 17 and Yarham sealed another victory with a six as the visitors made their target and collected 21 points compared to Sheringham's five.


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Kieron Yaxley was the only Bradfield batsman able stay at the crease and delay the inevitable with 37 as Curtis claimed six wickets for 25.

With the meagre total of 63 to defend, Bradfield's hopes were raised as N Bartholomew struck in his first over but Hetherset accomplished their objective in the 17th over for the loss of two wickets.

In the Lucas Fettes Norfolk League Division One, Aldborough defeated Shipdham by seven wickets with 14 overs in hand.

Gerrard Cooper was 48 not out for Aldborough and Kevin Bacon took four wickets for 27 runs.

In Division Five, Aldborough A beat Colney by three wickets.

An economical spell of 12-3-10-1 from Holroyd helped Aldborough restrict Colney to just 99-9 from their 45 overs. Aldborough set about the task with good discipline and Mack looked good with 32 before he was caught.

A quick 17 from skipper Cannon helped Aldborough cross the finishing line to make it three wins from three games.

Bradfield U13's season started with a good win over Ashmanaugh. Bradfield scored 108-1 and then good bowling from S Abbs with

4-9 meant Ashmanhaugh could only reach 99.

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