SW CRICKET Morton unbeaten centurion in Wiltshire win

Wiltshire CCC have qualified for the Unicorns Knockout Trophy quarter final stages following their four-wicket group one win over Wales Minor Counties at Warminster CC yesterday.

Tom Morton (South Wilts CC) was unbeaten on 123 as unbeaten Wiltshire made 235-6 in reply to Wales 231-9. Morton’s 123 included 13 fours and two sixes.

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CORNWALL CRICKET weekly round-up

cornwall cricket crest2012 Minor Counties champions Cornwall open their 2013 MCCA KO Trophy campaign against Hertfordshire at Werrington CC today (1100).

In yesterday's Cornwall Cricket League there were Premier 50/50 Cup wins for Falmouth, St Just, Truro and holders Werrington.

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CORNWALL CRICKET Premier first for Werrington CC

Cornwall Cricket logoBrothers Alex and Ben Smeeth steered Werrington Cricket Club to their first Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League title yesterday.

The East Cornwall side beat Camborne CC on the final day of the league season to pip St Just CC to the championship.

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CORNWALL CRICKET Werrington and Redruth closing in

Cornwall Cricket crestThe entire Jolly’s Drinks Cornwall Cricket League programme was again washed out on Monday to complete a miserable, wet blank holiday weekend for Cornish club cricketers.

It was the second occasion in three days that rain stopped all play. The last time a whole programme was washed out - before Saturday - was July 11, 2009.

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CORNWALL END CENTURY LONG WAIT FOR TITLE

Cornwall cricket logoCornwall’s cricketers have created Minor Counties history by winning the Western Division title.

Tom Sharp’s side won against Wales MC at Abergavenny by 10 wickets to top the division last night.

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CRICKET: CORNWALL TOP AND TAYLOR

Cornwall cricket crest Cornwall top the Minor Counties Championship Western Division by eight points, with two rounds remaining following a 105-run win over Cheshire at Truro CC.

Cornwall declared in the morning on 346-8 with St Austell wicket keeper-batsman Taylor Williams making 125 not out. It left Cheshire 363 to win in a minimum of 95 overs.

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