Lympsham Allsorts register second victory
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Lympsham Allsorts recorded their second victory of the season in the Weston Midweek League.
In Division 1 of the Weston Midweek League, Lympsham Allsorts followed up their win over Lympsham Airways, with victory over the Strollers.
Batting first, the Strollers totalled 146-3 with Simon Green making 47 not out and Shabil Ahmed 74 not out. Matt Mitchell managed to exercise some control by only conceding 19 runs off his five overs.
Jamie Howson managed to surpass his fine knock of 86 not out in the first game by scoring an undefeated 92 and with E Lewis making 23 not out, the Allsorts reached their target for the loss of three wickets. B Lucus took 2-20 off five overs for the Strollers.
In Division 2, Andy Marshall made 58 not out for Cleeve Ducks out of a total of 116-5, with Sam Neate taking 2-9 and Steve Price 2-39. The Presidents achieved their target for the loss of three wickets with CJ. Neate making 54 and Nath Hancock 23. Tom Court took 2-15 off four overs.
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The match between Uphill Castle and the Parpagon Carriers was at an interesting point when rain caused the match to be abandoned.
Patrick Holyday scored 71 and Jack Blees 36 as Uphill made 135-4. Jag Wijerathna took all four wickets to fall for just 17 runs. The Carriers had reached 75-1 with Maxwell Joyner 33 not out and Rob Long 27 not out when the rain came.
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