Sunday century for Bradenham's Thurley
In Norfolk Alliance Division One, Bradenham suffered a three-wicket defeat at Hales, for whom Steve Rowe claimed seven for 30.Bradenham made 144, Lewis Denmark top scoring with 36, Hales 145 for seven.
In Norfolk Alliance Division One, Bradenham suffered a three-wicket defeat at Hales, for whom Steve Rowe claimed seven for 30.
Bradenham made 144, Lewis Denmark top scoring with 36, Hales 145 for seven.
Bradenham: R Thurley b Lovick 0, S Matthews c Lindsay b Rowe 13, M Selowa c Jones b Rowe 36, L Denmark not out 36, M Hunter c Lindsay b Rowe 0, E Evans c-b Hlengani 6, P Dewing b Rowe 0, B Stolworthy lbw Rowe 4, C Balluza lbw Rowe 0, B Gates lbw Rowe 0, D Hillier c Lindsay b Weston 16; extras 33. Total 144. Bowling: M Lovick 11-4-21-1, J Weston 10.2-0-48-1, S Rowe 12-4-30-7, C Hlengani 12-2-36-1.
Hales: M Ramsdale c Selowa b Hillier 21, J Vale b Gates 0, P Squire b Gates 10, C Hlengani b Hillier 8, M Lindsay lbw Dewing 18, A Beaumont b Hillier 0, A Jones b Balluza 46 M Jarvis not out 13, J Weston not out 4; extras 27. Total147-7. Bowling: B Stolworthy 3-1-14-0, B Gates 12-4-26-2, R Thurley 1-0-6-0, D Hillier 11-3-37-3, L Denmark 2-0-12-0, C Balluza 6-0-33-1, P Dewing 3.2-1-13-1.
The visit of Narborough to the Green promised an evenly-matched game for a young Bradenham side in Division One of the Sunday League, and it lived up to expectation with the hosts passing the visitors' score in the penultimate over thanks to an excellent century from Rob Thurley.
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Narborough elected to bat but found themselves one down as Laurie Hill bowled opener Crisp with the score on 11. A solid partnership between M Coe (89no) and N King (51) threatened a big total but the introduction of Chad Balluza applied the brakes. Their final total of 193 always looked under par.
Bradenham's big guns fired with Thurley remaining undefeated in a well-paced innings of 113 receiving excellent support from Lewis Denmark (29) and Ash Stolworthy (34) as they eased to a five-wicket victory.
Narborough: P Crisp b Hill 3, M Coe not out 89, N King c Denmark b Hill 51, J Coe b Balluza 4, J Lown b Stolworthy 18, S King not out 5; extras 23. Total 193-4. Bowling: A Stolworthy 8-2-34-1, L Hill 9-1-42-2, C Balluza 10-1-27-1, R Adcock 6-0-32-0, A Cole 3-0-28-0, R Thurley 4-0-17-0.
Bradenham: R Thurley not out 113, A Wilton b King 1, S Mcerleane b Grass 3, L Denmark c-b Crisp 29, A Stolworthy b King 34, M Clarke b King 0, R Clarke not out 7; extras 7. Total 194-5. Bowling: T Grass 10-2-24-1, D King 10-2-51-3, A Lown 6-1-32-0, J Crisp 9-0-64-1, N King 3-0-18-0, M Coe 0.2-0-0-0.