Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Junior League Cricket Round-Up

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Junior League Cricket Round-Up

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Sacriston took full advantage of being involved in the only game to escape the weather by claiming maximum points against Ryton in the Foster's Northumberland and Tyneside Senior League Under-18 Division.

The leg spin of all-rounder Craig Burke did the damage for Sacriston.

He took 4-14 and was helped by Mark O'Neill (2-15) to leave Ryton in trouble at 53-9 at the end of their allotted overs.

Sacriston lost a quick wicket before unbeaten knocks of 22 from both Ryan Hockaday and Mark Fort saw them home with nine wickets to spare.

NFELLING only just edged South Hetton in the Foster's Durham Senior League Under-18 Division after being out for just 83.

Bowlers dominated and none did better than Elliott Young, who captured four wickets for one run from 10 balls.

Lee Robson recorded 2-10 and Scott Smith 2-21 in the South Hetton attack, which replied with 76-8 of which Young contributed 24. McNally picked up three wickets at a cost of just 14 runs for Felling.

Despite facing a target of just 66, Whitburn lost eight wickets before defeating Marsden.

Will Paxton took two of the three Marsden wickets, which fell for 19 runs in five overs, but, when Lancaster returned 3-23 and Nicky Quinn 2-9, Whitburn had to pull out all the stops before securing a two-wicket win.

Boldon went down by 20 runs visiting Horden.

Scott Birks contributed 37 to the Colliers' total of 80-9 and then shared six wickets with Jordan Wilson when the visitors were sent back for just 60.

Burnmoor were all out for just 31 at Eppleton, for whom Kyle Davis and Scott Borthwick shared five wickets.

Calvin Jefferson and Davis then swept Eppleton to victory.

Philadelphia lost just one wicket defeating Durham City at Bunker Hill.

Thomas and Michael Clark both took two wickets as Durham made 59-7 from their 20 overs.

Replying, Phili won in eight overs with Ben Raine scoring 26 and Thomas Raine an undefeated 21.

NMARK LEE bowled Washington into a winning position in the Durham Coast League Under-18 Division.

He captured 4-17 as Silksworth were restricted to 62 all out, which included a top-scoring 27 by Talbot. …

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