Jack in the runs for Lympsham

PUBLISHED: 09:55 17 June 2016 | UPDATED: 09:55 17 June 2016

Jack Luff has been showing good form for Lympsham Airways in the Proper Job Midweek Cricket League.

In Division 1 of the Proper Job Midweek Cricket League, East Huntspill totalled 165-4 against Lympsham Airways, with Rob Pomeroy scoring 46.

Jack Luff followed up his bowling figures of 2-31 by scoring 44, but Sam Gatehouse took 4-17 to help restrict the Airways reply to 150-7.

Luff was once again in the runs scoring 84 as the Airways racked up an impressive 228-6 against the Strollers, with Hayden Tuttiett contributing 51 and Tom Gooding 29 not out.

In reply, the Strollers, with the exception of Matt Huxtable who scored 47, struggled and could only manage 115-7.

In Division 2, The Presidents followed up last week’s one-run win with a single wicket win over Cleeve. A low-scoring encounter saw Cleeve total 95-9 with K Crew top scoring with 35, while J Britton took 3-10 off four overs.

Matt Kearsey followed up his 3-15 with 34 as the Presidents reached their target with the loss of nine wickets. T Burt took 4-27 and J Hance 2-14 off six overs.

Sam Frost top scored with 34 and Gareth Williams made 32 as Uphill Castle finished on 125-3. For Wedmore Billy Alford took 2-14 off five overs and when they batted Ben Evans made 56 and Matt Lacey 30 as they prevailed by three wickets. Andy Llewellyn claimed 2-10 and Tom Miller 2-26.

The Cleeve Ducks achieved their first win of the season with a seven-wicket victory over the Parpagon Carriers. Maxwell Joyner made 51 not out for the Carriers in their total of 114-7, before L Grant with 33 not out saw the Ducks home.

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