Monday, May 06, 2019


Broughton cricketer Paul Clark who performed well on May 4, 2019

Brigg Town cricketers broke their duck at the weekend - recording their first victory in 2019.
They were due to visit Immingham on Saturday (May 4) to play Cleethorpes 4ths in Lincolnshire County Cricket League Division Three.
However, Cleethorpes were unable to raise a side. So Brigg were awarded the maximum 20 points for an outright win, in line with league rules.
Brigg players celebrated their first victory since gaining promotion to Division Three in the Yarborough Hunt later that evening!
They lost their opening match and were rained off in the second with little play being possible.
Broughton Cricket Club's first team enjoyed a fine four-wicket win at Outcasts 2nds in the first round of the Bob Welton Cup on Saturday. Needing 212 for victory after tea, Broughton were indebted to 67 from Richard Green and 44 by opener Neil Simpson.
In the same competition, Hibaldstow defeated Cleethorpes 3rds 2-0 in a bowl out at the stumps after rain had made it impossible to complete the tie. Hibaldstow were 33 for one after nine overs, chasing the visitors' all-out 104, when the heavens opened.
Joe Taylor bowled well for Hibaldstow, taking five for 21 in six overs. But the villagers' hero in the bowl out was Andy Barnaby, who hit the top of middle stump with both his deliveries.
Broughton 2nds wrapped up a rapid nine-wicket Division Three home win over Messingham 2nds, whom they dismissed for only 34, all-rounder Paul Clark (pictured above) bagging six for 12 and Kavithessh Karunanantharajah taking four for 19.

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Premier Division

Bracebridge Heath 2nds 153 for eight, Nettleham 157 for nine
Scothern 219 for five, Caistor 69 for five - incomplete match due to rain stoppages
Haxey 123, Cleethorpes 2nds 124 for five
Lindum 2nds 163 for nine, Cherry Willingham 101 for no wicket - abandoned due to bad light
Hartsholme v Market Rasen - no play due to rain

George Marshall Trophy First Round
Alkborough 46, Barton Town 47 for no wicket
Holton-le-Clay 105 for nine, Grimsby Town 97
Outcasts 107, Messingham 109 for four

Bob Welton Cup First Round
Clee Town Laportes 170, Market Rasen 2nds 171 for eight
Cleethorpes 3rds 104, Hibaldstow 33 for one - rain stopped play; Hibaldstow won a bowl-out at stumps 2-0
Caistor 2nds 126, Holton-le-Clay 2nds 130 for two
Louth 2nds 90, Normanby Park 92 for six
Outcasts 2nds 211 for three, Broughton 213 for six
Scunthorpe Town 2nds 162 for eight, Appleby-Frodingham 2nds 165 for four
Cherry Willingham 2nds conceded to Grimsby Town 2nds
Old Lincolnians conceded to Hartsholme 2nds

Division Three
Messingham 2nds 34, Broughton 2nds 35 for one
Haxey 2nds 193 for eight, Barton Town 2nds 160 for seven
Lindum 3rds 225 for six, Nettleham 2nds 80 for four - incomplete game
Cleethorpes 4ths conceded to Brigg Town

Division Four
Horncastle 89 for eight, East Halton 94 for no wicket
Scothern 2nds v Keelby - no play due to rain

Supplementary Cup - Group D

Louth 3rds 176 for eight, Alford 2nds 160 for seven

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