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Alex Stafford ton puts Sawston & Babraham on way to win over Histon in Cambs & Hunts Premier League, Division One




Alex Stafford was top scorer for Sawston & Babraham against Histon. Picture: Keith Heppell. (11681545)
Alex Stafford was top scorer for Sawston & Babraham against Histon. Picture: Keith Heppell. (11681545)

Alex Stafford struck an unbeaten century as Sawston & Babraham earned a 36-run win over Histon in the Whiting & Partners Cambs & Hunts Premier League, Division One.

Stafford hit 106 not out off 106 balls, while Waqas Hussain made 63 and Ben Clilverd scored 50 as they reached 283 for 6.

Josh Brown led the run-chase for Histon, striking 96 off 94 balls, but struggled for partners to make a significant stand.

Chris Germon, at No 11, smashed 33, but Histon were bowled out for 247.

Callum Guest was the top wicket taker with three for 17.

Rakshith Rao produced a star turn for Foxton as they clinched a two-wicket win over March Town.

He removed March dangerman Ben Pyle for 62 in a haul of four for 30, and with Donal Whyte taking three for 33, the visitors were dismissed for 164.

Craig Park (48) and Alex Hooley (38) were the leading run-makers as Foxton reached 167 for 8.

A half-century from Alistair Cliffe could not stop Thriplow suffering a four-wicket defeat to Eaton Socon.

Having won the toss and elected to bat, the biggest stand was for the fifth wicket between John Howe and Cliffe.

They put on 91 runs, wth Cliffe contributing 56 and Howe making 45. It helped them to 215 for 9.

Eaton Socon then chased down the target with three overs to spare, helped in no small part by Joe Dawborn’s 43 off 20 runs, as they reached 216 for 6.

County captain James Williams was the scourge of Cambridge II as they suffered a 76-run defeat to Wisbech Town.

Williams made an unbeaten 111, off 100 balls, as the visitors amassed 278 for 6.

Asama Weerasekara, Miles Aubrey and Hamza Rashid shared two wickets apiece.

Alex Lockie top-scored for Cambridge in reply with 72, but they were bowled out for 202.

Guy Hammond took four for 25.



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