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.

 

It’s as you were at the top of the Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League with the top four teams all winning yesterday.

 

Table toppers Callington restricted Newquay to 170 for 9 at New Road. The leaders went on to win the game by seven wickets .

 

Paul are just two points behind after a 105 run win at Falmouth. Andrew Snell made 74 in Paul’s 214 all out. Falmouth were 109 all out in reply.

 

St Just remain equal second after hitting 308 for 2 declared at home to Troon. David Roberts made 124 not out and Rob Cook and Gary Thomas both made seventies. Troon were all out for 204 in reply.

 

St Austell were 123 all out at home to Truro who lost four wickets in reaching their target.

 

Grampound Road made 185 against Werrington. The game was drawn with Werrington hanging on at 152 for 9.

 

In County Division One the top three Camborne, Redruth and Wadebridge all won. The results were:

 

leaders Camborne 262-7 beat Luckett 167 all out

 

Redruth 334-5 beat Launceston 146 all out

 

Beacon 248-8 beat Wadebridge 249-7

 

 

Gorran 216 all out  lost to Penzance 219 - 6

 

Roche 237-5 beat  Truro 175-9 

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