Freear lays foundation as Wisbech claim honours in Rutland Division derby with March
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SIMON Freear’s sparkling 92 gave Wisbech the bragging rights over March in their Rutland Division One derby clash yesterday.
Freear’s innings helped Wisbech set a commanding 260-8. March’s Joshua Jackman took 4-53.
In reply, Carl Pope claimed 4-35 as March were bowled out for 177. Toby Nulty top scored with 38.
MARCH II lost their CCA Senior Division One contest with Cambridge Granta by 37 runs.
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Granta batted first and made 241-4. Stuart Mills’ 56 and John Walters’ 51 were not enough to prevent March falling short.
In CCA Junior Division 2N, March were skittled out for 95 and lost by seven wickets to Cambridge NCI IV.
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March’s number 10 Matthew Hubbard top scored with 22 and took 2-17.
March IV won their CCA Junior Division 4N game against Cherry Hinton II by default.
FIVE wickets from Carl Pope helped Wisbech beat Yelling by five wickets in CCA Senior Division Two.
Pope took 5-26 to restrict Yelling to 160-9.
Jason Esser made 51 as they chased down the target for the loss of five wickets.
In CCA Junior Division 2N, Wisbech III beat Longstowe by 30 runs.
Nick Pack made 50 and Ben Tarrett hit 44 as Wisbech reached 204-5.
Tarrett completed an outstanding game with 4-51 as Longstowe stumbled to 174-8.
In CCA Junior Division 4N, Matthew Parrin took 4-32 but Wisbech IV lost to Longstanton Grasshoppers II by 78 runs.
A BATTING masterclass from the Cunningham brothers helped Chatteris beat Cambridge St Giles by 55 runs in CCA Senior Division One.
Connor and Kurt Cunningham put on 150 for the first wicket before Kurt was stumped for 56.
But younger brother Connor compiled a magnificent 122 as Chatteris made a mammoth 253-5.
Pete Munns took 4-41 and Ant Bamford claimed 3-47 as St Giles were dismissed for 198.
In CCA Junior Division 2N, Chatteris II beat Pymoor by 26 runs.