Sunday, May 20, 2018


A fine, unbeaten innings from opener Jack Richards (pictured) helped Brigg Town Cricket Club record an emphatic win at Horncastle yesterday (Saturday, May 19).
Jack led the way with an unbeaten 88 as Brigg recorded their second successive maximum points victory in Lincolnshire County Cricket League division four.
Wicketkeeper/batsman Mark Dawson added 40 and Jim Wood a late 20 as Town rattled up 227 for seven in their 45 overs.
Horncastle were then bowled out for only 66, in the 29th over, with Danny 'Salad' Dewfall taking four for nine, Jack Richards two for 14 and Owen Dunderdale two for 17.
Result: Brigg Town (20pts) beat Horncastle (3pts) by 161 runs.

Brigg sit proudly at the top of the table alongside East Halton, both sides having taken 45 points from their opening three fixtures.
In division one, Broughton enjoyed a six-wicket home win over Keelby, opening batsmen Neil Simpson and Shaun Clark making 61 not out and 61 respectively. Left-armer Shaun had earlier taken three for 27 in 15 tight overs.
In division two, Hibaldstow were victorious by six wickets in their high-scoring home game with Grimsby Town 2nds.
Grimsby posted 204 for eight, which the villagers surpassed with 13.1 overs to spare.
Long-serving opener and groundsman Jon Taylor finished undefeated with 64 while Joe Taylor cracked 45 before retiring  his innings to go to work!
There was also a handy 32 not out from Josh Cowling.
In division three, Broughton 2nds won well at Alkborough 2nds, who were dismissed for only 64, Andrew Hillyard bagging six for 11.
Former Brigg Town strokemaker Nigel Barnes (with 24) and Lee Stothard (14 not out) then made telling contributions as Broughton secured a five-wicket win.

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Premier division

Bracebridge Heath 2nds 145, Barton Town 149 for nine;
Caistor 257 for nine, Alkborough 104;
Cherry Willingham 214 for seven, Lindum 2nds 157;
Haxey 183 for nine, Outcasts 186 for four;
Messingham 132, Scothern 136 for eight;
Nettleham 151, Market Rasen 154 for two

Division one
Keelby 152, Broughton 156 for four;
Hartsholme 273 for three, Cherry Willingham 2nds 81;
Holton-le-Clay 151, Appleby-Frodingham 2nds 116;
Louth 2nds 171, Cleethorpes 2nds 172 for five

Division two
Grimsby Town 2nds 204 for eight, Hibaldstow 205 for three;
Normanby Park 196 for eight, Caistor 2nds 171;
Old Lincolnians 180, Hartsholme 2nds 181 for four;
Outcasts 2nds 192, Holton-le-Clay 2nds 194 for seven;
Scothern 2nds 134, Cleethorpes 3rds 135 for three

Division three
Alkborough 2nds 64, Broughton 2nds 66 for five;
Barton Town 2nds 192 for nine, Messingham 2nds 187 for nine;
Lindum 3rds 112, Clee Town Laportes 113 for three

Division four
Brigg Town 227 for seven, Horncastle 66
Scunthorpe Town 3rds 141, Keelby 2nds 106
Alford 2nds  (5pts deducted) conceded to East Halton (20pts awarded)

1 comment:

Philip Dewfall said...

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