Battle ends in draw

The battle between two clubs desperately seeking a win - Great Witchingham and Horsford - ended, perhaps predictably, in a draw, although Witchingham enjoyed the upper hand at Walcis Park in their EAPL clash.

The battle between two clubs desperately seeking a win - Great Witchingham and Horsford - ended, perhaps predictably, in a draw, although Witchingham enjoyed the upper hand at Walcis Park in their EAPL clash.

There were half-centuries for Carl Rogers (58) and Sam Arthurton (60), while Ben Harvey hit 44 in Witchingham's total of 245-4.

Nathan Perry-Warnes made 28 and James Wild hit 43 for Horsford, but they rarely looked like threatening the Witchingham score as Lance Shaw picked up three wickets.

At the close they were on 151-7 from 45 overs.

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