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.

 

 

Paul had to dig deep to win at St Austell by three wickets. St Austell made 204-9 with Taylor Williams making 98. Paul made 208-7 with Kelvin Snell 58 not out.

 

Callington beat Grampound Road by 104 runs, clinching victory off the fourth ball of the last over. Jake Libby made 83 in Callington’s 260-8 with Chris Hunkin taking 5 for 51. Grampound Road were all out for 156.

 

Gary Thomas scored 79 as St Just (224) drew with Werrington (138-8).

 

Antony Angove was unbeaten on 78 as Falmouth (132-4) beat Newquay (129) by 6 wickets. 

 

Promotion bound County Division 1 leaders Camborne (281-5) made it 14 wins in a row by beating visiting Truro seconds (135).

 

The rest of the County One scores:

  

Luckett 213 all out                 beat     Beacon 164 all out

 

Hayle 150 all out                    beat     Launceston 125 all out

 

Ludgvan 130 all out               lost to  Roche 131-9

 

Penzance 69 all out                lost to Redruth 70-1

 

Wadebridge 236 all out          beat     Gorran 153 all out

 

Today Cornwall start a three-day Minor Counties game against Shropshire at StAustell CC (Wheal Eliza 1100).

 

Cornwall from: Tom Sharp (Truro, capt), Matt Robins, Dan Davis (both Callington), Matthew Rowe, James Rowe (both Troon), Tom Rowe (Notts), Chris Hunkin (Grampound Road), Alex Smeeth (Werrington), Kelvin Snell (Paul), Taylor Williams (wk), Andrew Libby, Ben Kitt (all St Austell).

Shropshire (from): Foster E, Whitney J, Murtagh C, Ralph J, Foster R, Cox T, Oliver R, Parker A, Gray A, Downes M, Saker N, Mountford J.

The Clive Rosevear Cup Finals Day takes place at Roche involving Saltash, St Erme, Bude and Roche seconds (1030 start).

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