MINOR MATTERS Champions beat Wales, Dorset win

Ecb LogoDefending Minor Counties champions Berkshire made two wins out of two crushing Wales by 220 runs at the Falkland cricket club in Newbury.

Former Middlesex slow left-armer Chris Peploe was Berkshire’s match-winner with a career-best match haul of 13 for 80 which included remarkable second innings figures of 15.5-8-14-7.

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MINOR MATTERS Lintott and King put Cornwall in a spin

Ecb LogoWiltshire spinners Jake Lintott and Joe King took eight wickets between them to trigger a Cornwall collapse at Corsham.

Cornwall appeared in little trouble when they reached 155 for two but they crumbled to 184 all out after Lintott, the former Hampshire and Gloucestershire slow left-armer Lintott, had player/coach Greg Smith stumped.

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MINOR COUNTIES Cornwall make up for lost time

Ecb LogoCornwall launched their Minor Counties Championship season with an innings victory over Oxfordshire at Truro.

After the first day was lost to rain but Cornwall made impressive progress to wrap up victory inside five sessions.

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MINOR COUNTIES Trego and Curtis set new Devon record

Ecb LogoSomerset all-rounder Peter Trego and batsman Max Curtis broke Devon’s longest-standing partnership record Wales at Pontarddulais Cricket Club.

The pair added 244 for the third wicket which surpassed the 200 that Hargrave Carroll and Frederick Beech put on for that wicket against Berkshire at Exeter in 1914.

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MINOR COUNTIES Trego blasts Devon debut century

Ecb LogoSomerset all-rounder Peter Trego marked his Championship debut for Devon with a rapid century against Wales at Pontarddulais.

Trego, Devon’s professional this season, batted at four and reached his century from just 107 balls.

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MINOR MATTERS Dorset beat Wiltshire in opener

England and Wales Cricket Board crestDorset beat Wiltshire by 92 runs in their Minor Counties Championship Western Division opener at Sherborne School.
Dorset won the toss, chose to bat, were all out for 170 and indebted to James Hayman's 46 off 52 balls batting at number 10.

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