GALLERY: Wisbech pick up comfortable win over Warboys

16:01 28 April 2014

Wisbech v Warboys cricket. Josh Bowers in bat for Wisbech.Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech v Warboys cricket. Josh Bowers in bat for Wisbech.Picture: Steve Williams.

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Wisbech carried on their strong start to the season with a 49 run win over Warboys at Harecroft Road on Saturday.

Wisbech v Warboys cricket. Wisbech James Williams in bat.Picture: Steve Williams.Wisbech v Warboys cricket. Wisbech James Williams in bat.Picture: Steve Williams.

The hosts batted first and posted 201 all out - captain Alan Burton led the way with 42 while Josh Bowers made 40 and number 10 Sam Rippington added a valuable unbeaten 26.

In reply, Warboys looked like they may pull off an upset but lost five wickets for 16 runs to be dismissed for 152.

Brad Apted was the pick of the bowlers with 3-30, while Simon Freear chipped in with 2-10.

They will look to make it three on the bounce when they travel to fellow unbeaten side Sawston on Saturday.

The Rutland League side beat Uppingham by four wickets.

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