Cunningham creams century as Chatteris romp home against Cambridge St Giles
- Credit: Archant
Kurt Cunningham hit a magnificent unbeaten ton as Chatteris bounced back from the previous week’s disappointment to record a crushing nine wicket win over Cambridge St Giles.
Chatteris lost the toss and unsuprisingly were asked to bowl first on what looked like a very good pitch.
The pitch played as expected and it looked like it could be a long day for the bowlers.
St Giles were comfortable at the half way stage on 80-1, before the mystery spin of Shimron Thomas (4-34), backed up by Pete Munns (2-36), restricted St Giles to 154.
Cunningham showed his class, hitting 11 fours and three sixes, including one to reach the three figures, in his unbeaten 100.
You may also want to watch:
He was assisted by the in-form Anthony Bamford (27) before he was run out. Pete Munns scored freely to finish 25 not out as Chatteris knocked off the runs with 16 overs to spare.
Captain Anthony Palmer said: “After last week where I was not happy with our performance and I told the lads after the game I could not be more delighted with the response from all the lads.
- 1 Police officer sacked for racially abusing colleague at Christmas party
- 2 Cambridgeshire police officer dismissed after conduct hearing
- 3 Historian who wrote 126 books and spent 64 years bellringing dies aged 90
- 4 Trades group hears of alarming rise in shop worker abuse amid Covid
- 5 Police hunt homemade go-kart ‘causing anti-social behaviour’
- 6 Rural crime police recover dog in ‘poor state’ while on site check
- 7 Mum caught driving with revoked license on school run gets car seized
- 8 BBC drama Casualty storyline to feature pelvic mesh implant scandal
- 9 Fen farm on more than 200 acres of land up for sale for £2.2million
- 10 Vicar's concerns over 'hugely vulnerable' rough sleepers
“The fielding and bowling was far better than last week and the batting too was first class. We all know what Kurt is capable of and when he bats like he does there are not many better batsman in this league.
“I would like to congratulate him and hope his form continues throughout the season.”
Up next, Chatteris host Buntingford, while the seconds are away at Pymoor.
Leverington lost by seven wickets to Wilburton in CCA Junior League 2N.
James Dod top scored with 35, with Nick Usher making 32 not out, but Leverington finished on 105-9.
John Gill took 2-28 but Wilburton chased down the runs with ease.
In CCA Junior League 6N, Wimblington lost to Terrington St Clement by 82 runs. Terrington made 217-6. In reply, Wimblington were dismissed for 135.