ROUND-UP: March, Wisbech, Chatteris and Doddington’s weekend results

A NUMBER of Fenland teams were in action at the weekend - here’s how they fared.

CHATTERIS I vs Ashwell

Chatteris won by 155 runs.

Chatteris: 238 (Ant Palmer 87, Kurt Cunningham 60)

Ashwell: 83 all out (Joe Menarry 3-10)

CHATTERIS II v

DODDINGTON II

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Chatteris won by 81 runs

Chatteris: 201-6 (Ben Fisher 54, Jim Surtees 48no, Grant Osbourn 42no)

Doddington: 120 all out (Mark Leach 5-21)

CHATTERIS III vs

Abbots Ripton

Chatteris won by two wickets

Abbots Ripton: 110 all out (Stuart Porter 4-9)

Chatteris: 111-8 (Matt Hollis 71)

MARCH I vs Khalsa I

March lost by 90 runs.

Khalsa: 173 all out (Chris Ringham 4-51)

March: 83 all out

MARCH II vs DODDINGTON

Doddington won by 48 runs

Doddington: 219-9 (Ben Pyle 107, Nathan Oliver 4-33)

March 171 all out (Jake Beart 42)

MARCH II vs Longstanton Grasshoppers I

March won by 16 runs

Mach: 179-9 (Jon Kaberry 88)

Longstanton 163-8 (Stuart Arnold 4-19)

MARCH III vs St Ives II

St Ives won by two wickets

March: 131 all out (Jake Beart 36)

St Ives: 134-8

MARCH IV vs Somersham

Somersham won by six wickets.

March: 111 all out (Manuj Patel 35)

Somersham: 112-4

WISBECH II vs Linton �Village I

Wisbech won by three wickets.

Linton: 175 all out (Ryan van Waterschool 5-39)

Wisbech: 178-7 (Ivan Burgess 66)

WISBECH III vs Littleport

Wisbech won by 165 runs

Wisbech: 235-6 (Same Darlow & Zak Brown 53)

Littleport: 70 all out (Paul Strickle & Brown 3-7)

WISBECH IV vs Haddenham

Wisbech won by seven wickets

Haddenham: 131 all out (Nick Drew 5-11, Matt Duff 3-34)

Wisbech: 133-3 (Tom Jupp 59 no)

WISBECH FENLAND III

vs St Ives

St Ives won by 106 runs.

St Ives: 292-7

Wisbech: 186 all out (Danny Haynes 56)

WISBECH RUTLAND I vs Oundle I

Wisbech lost by 94 runs.

Oundle: 251-6 (Adam Hodgson 4-38)

Wisbech: 157-8

WISBECH RUTLAND II vs Geddington I

Wisbech won by 126 runs.

Wisbech: 226-7 (Robbie Harris 51)

Geddington: 100 all out (Lyndon Waters 4-13)

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