It's easy for Elliott
Letchworth GC registered a second 10-wicket win for the club over the weekend in the Broadview Windows North Herts League Division Two. Opponents Rosslyn posted a solid 178-8 off their 40 overs, with skipper Simon Edwards the pick of the bowlers with 3-31
Letchworth GC registered a second 10-wicket win for the club over the weekend in the Broadview Windows North Herts League Division Two.
Opponents Rosslyn posted a solid 178-8 off their 40 overs, with skipper Simon Edwards the pick of the bowlers with 3-31.
But this was never going to be enough as Simon Elliott (104no) and Darren Curry (57no) made light work of the target, which was reached in less than 20 overs.
Ickleford were beaten by Offley and Stopsley by 44 runs in Division One.
Offley made 214-6 in their 40 overs with Ickleford not bowling tightly enough. Sam Giggle was the pick with 2-32.
In reply, Giggle made a hard-hit 52 and put on 71 with Duncan Jenner for the second wicket.
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Scott Crouch made (17), Joe Lockyer (17) and Tom Walker (23) but it was not enough as Ickleford finished on 170-9.
Baldock got a rude awakening with a thumping loss to Luton and Houghton Town.
A weak and young team were found out as the limited and inexperienced bowlers were put to the sword to the tune of 381-7 off 40 overs!
Arshad hit an amazing 109 including 11 sixes and Naveed crafted a superb ton.
Rob Peacock escaped real punishment and took 1-43 off his eight overs.
There was no way Baldock were ever going to reach their target and were bowled out for a creditable 180 with Peacock scoring a fluent 62.