Chatteris and March cricket round-up

PUBLISHED: 13:57 25 August 2010 | UPDATED: 13:57 25 August 2010

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Chatteris need to win away at Ashwell on Saturday and hope Girton lose to gain promotion from CCA Senior 3 after a 159 run victory over Sawston II kept their slim hopes of going up alive.

The Seconds are still top of their league and host Doddington II on Saturday while the Thirds, who are already promoted, can take the title if they beat Soham II this weekend.

CCA Senior 3

Chatteris beat Sawston II by 159 runs

Chatteris 221-8

(Pete Munns 72)

Sawston II 62 all out

(Andy Young 5-30)

CCA Junior 3A

Chatteris II beat Over II by 84 runs

Chatteris II 215-7

(Kev Felton 50)

Over II 131 all out

(Kev Felton 4-39)

March produced their worst display of the season as they slumped to 82 all out against Rasmey Hunts 1st XI who comfortably won by 132 runs. March III thrashed Wilburton, who only posted 44, while the Fourths picked up only their fourth win of the season. There were impressive wins for both Sunday sides.

Saturday August 21

Tucker Gardner Division One

March lost to Ramsey Hunts 1st XI by 132 runs

Ramsey 214-8

(Chris Ringham 3-41)

March 82 all out

(Chris Ringham 18)

CCA Junior League 2A

March III beat Wilburton by 161 runs

March III 205-7

(Robert Moden 130)

Wilburton 44 all out

(Joshua Jackson 5-13)

CCA Junior League 4A

March IIII beat Fordham III by seven wickets

Fordham III 99-9

(Sam Mason 3-14)

March IIII 102-3

Sunday August 22

Rutland League Division Two

March beat Newborough Hunts 1st X1 by six wickets

Newborough 159-8

(Richard Green 3-40)

March 161-4

(Jake Wenman 64)

Fenland Invitation Trophy

March II beat Leverington Fenland XI by 216 runs

March II 270-7

(David Haselgrave 72)

Leverington 54 all out

(Nathan Oliver 3-7)


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