CORNWALL CRICKET LATEST

cornwall cricket logoSt Just’s Barbados Cockspur Club t20 Regional Final in Surrey on Sunday afternoon has resulted in some changes to this weekend’s Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League programme.

 

Saturday’s top of the table clash between Callington and St Just at New Road was due to start at noon but - due to rain in East Cornwall - the start has been delayed. Umpires are hoping for a 1400 start.

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DEVON CRICKETERS CLINCH WESTERN DIVISION

Devon won the Minor Counties Championship Western Division yesterday when they beat Berkshire by ten wickets inside two days at Sidmouth.

In today’s third and final day of their Minor Counties game at Bournemouth, Cornwall require 110 runs to beat Dorset.

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CORNWALL CRICKET UPDATE

Twenty wickets fell on the opening day of Cornwall’s Minor Counties game with Dorset at Bournemouth yesterday.

After reaching 131-1 Dorset were bowled out for 202 with Alex Smeeth taking four wickets and Tom Sharp and Ben Kitt three each.

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TRURO AND CAMBORNE STAY ON TOP

Cornwall Cricket crestTruro lead the Jolly's Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League by just two points after a dramatic one wicket home win over St Austell at Boscawen Park.

 

In reply to St Austell’s 133 Truro’s last pair got the 15 they required to win ending on 136-9.

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ST JUST RETAIN EDWARDS CUP

cornwall cricket crestSt Just retained the WT Edwards Cup when they beat Werrington by 43 runs at Truro CC last night.

 

St Just made 145-8 with man of the match Gary Thomas top scoring 58. Werrington were always behind the clock and ended on 102 all out in the last over. Adam Williams took 3-8 and there were five run outs.

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DEVON CRICKET LEAGUE ROUND-UP

North Devon are 26 points clear at the 2011 Francis Clark Devon Cricket League Premier Division summit with five matches to play.

Budleigh Salterton narrowed North Devon’s lead following yesterday’s six-wicket derby win along the coast at Exmouth, where James Burke (94) and Lloyd White (64) steered the visitors to victory at the Maer.

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