Banwell & Churchill register huge victory over Cheddar
Banwell & Churchill defeated Cheddar seconds by the huge margin of 150 runs.
BANWELL & Churchill entertained Cheddar seconds on what was a perfect day for cricket, looking to consolidate their fourth place in the league.
Deciding to bat first, Brad Carter and Jacob Gale were soon into their stride and soon passed 50 and they looked set to close in on a century partnership when Gale was run out for a well-made 29.
Jermaine Jones joined Carter and another decent partnership was developing when Jones was bowled. Mark Biggs arrived at the crease and helped Carter reach his century, but was lbw soon after for 122.
Biggs (47 not out) and Kyran Gale (29 not out) took the score to 280-3 with some late boundaries.
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After tea, the opening bowling partnership of Andy Brooks and Dom Bush struggled to get the breakthrough until Bush had opener Kent caught by Diver.
Gururaj Kulkarni (1-39) claimed the wicket of Jack Masters and Bush the wicket of Smith. Some sharp fielding by Oli Masters led Hathaway to be run out and Bush claimied his third wicket to finish with 3-42 off 10 overs.
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Diver brought himself and Biggs into the attack looking to close the innings quickly. Biggs took a wicket in his first over and was proving to be hard to score off, while Diver took two wickets ending with 2-20.
It was left to Biggs (2-10) to wrap up the innings which he duly did the following over, as Cheddar were all out for 130.
BCCC will travel to Leigh on Mendip on Saturday looking to finish the season strongly.