CORNWALL CRICKET ROUND-UP

cornwall cricket crestThe Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League top three - Truro, Paul and Callington -  all won yesterday to extend their advantage.

 

Truro triumphed in quick time at home to Troon, who were bowled out for 81 with Alex Taylor taking five for 27. Truro replied with 84 for 2.

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HAWKEY CUP DISRUPTED BY DOWNPOURS

cornwall cricket crestThe Cornwall Cricket League Hawkey Cup finals day at St Austell CC's Wheal Eliza ground was rain-affected yesterday.

 

Werrington beat Menheniot-Looe in the first semi final by 22 runs in between the showers but the second semi final between Newquay and last year's finalists Callington could not start.

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SNELL SHINES AS CORNWALL DRAW WITH WALES

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Paul's Kelvin Snell scored an unbeaten century and took six wickets on the third and final day as Cornwall drew their home Minor Counties Championship match with Wales at Falmouth CC.

 

Cornwall made 293 in the first innings and then declared at 302-9 opening the door of opportunity for Wales MC to make 321 to win the Western Division clash.

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CORNWALL CRICKET LEAGUE ROUND-UP

cornwall cricket logo Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League pace setters Callington have opened up a seven point lead following a high scoring top of the table draw at St Just. Callington made 236 for 6 with St Just 178 for 6 in reply.

 

Truro moved up to joint second after winning a low scoring game at Grampound Road. Truro made 164 for 9 before Grampound Road were dismissed for 73 with Alex Taylor taking 5 for 31.

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TOP OF THE TABLE CORNWALL CRICKET CLASH

cornwall cricket logoJolly's Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League leaders Callington visit third placed St Just with both sides protecting unbeaten seven match starts as the cricket season unfolds.

It's top of the table day in the Duchy as second placed Paul - the defending champions - visit fifth placed Werrington.

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CRICKET: BRIDGWATER WIN AT WERRINGTON

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Cornish club Werrington were knocked out of the ECB National Club Championship when they lost their fourth round tie to Bridgwater by 27 runs at Ladycross.

After winning the toss, Bridgwater made 221 all out. In reply Werrington were dismissed in the last over for 194 with captain Ben Smeeth making 67.

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