Wright and Ringham's resistance not enough to prevent March Town loss to Foxton while Hinson hits century for seconds
PUBLISHED: 11:19 01 June 2015 | UPDATED: 11:19 01 June 2015
Andrew Wright and Chris Ringham almost salvaged a draw for struggling March Town against Foxton ... but they succumbed to a 72 run loss.
March v Foxton
Wisbech I vs Nassington cricket. Sam Rippington,Picture: Steve Williams.
March cricket v Foxton. Picture: Steve Williams.
March cricket v Foxton. Chris Ringham bowling for March. Picture: Steve Williams.
March cricket v Foxton. Callum Young bowling for March.Picture: Steve Williams.
March cricket v Foxton. Celebrations after Matt Vale runs out a Foxton player. Picture: Steve Williams.
David Hodson batting for March v Foxton. Picture: Pat Ringham.
David Hodson is dismissed. Picture: Pat Ringham.
Tommy Howgego is sent on his way. Picture: Pat Ringham.
March Town captain Jody Betts. Picture: Pat Ringham.
Toby Nulty is bowled. Picture: Pat Ringham.
Chris Ringham uncorks an off-drive. Picture: Pat Ringham.
Andy Wright unleashes a slog-sweep. Picture: Pat Ringham.
Callum Young survives an lbw appeal. Picture: Pat Ringham.
At The Avenue, Foxton batted first and posted 225-6. The returning Callum Young was pick of the bowlers with 2-38.
In reply, March’s top order once again failed to fire. When Wright and Ringham came together at 85-8, a sixth loss in seven games looked a certainty.
But a stubborn ninth wicket partnership of 59 runs took March to within three overs of an unlikely draw. Wright hit 33, with Ringham left unbeaten on 23.
March find themselves 10th in the Tucker Gardner league, one place and one point above the drop zone.
Up next is a daunting away day at high-flying Wisbech, who have just beaten leaders Ramsey on their own patch.
Steve Hinson hit a century (106) but March II lost by 106 runs to Cambridge Granta II in CCA Senior League Division 1.
Granta II posted a formidable 295-4. with two wickets for James Beresford.
Hinson and Rob Tombs (38) put on 96 for the third wicket as March II finished on 189-5.
Several of March IV’s younger players put in powerful performances to overcome previously unbeaten Newmarket by 68 runs in CCA Junior League Division 5N.
Rob Conyard (35), Will Curtis (25) and Steven Coe (20) were in the runs as March IV made 134-6.
Curtis then produced a 3-10 spell, with Sam Mason taking 4-45 and Dan Waltham 2-9 as the league leaders were dismissed for 66.