Home   Sport   Article

No joy of six for Henry Campbell as Cambridge are beaten by Copdock & Old Ipswichian in East Anglian Premier League




Henry Campbell in action for Cambridge. Picture: Keith Heppell. (11780642)
Henry Campbell in action for Cambridge. Picture: Keith Heppell. (11780642)

Henry Campbellā€™s efforts with the ball went unrewarded as Cambridge suffered a one-wicket defeat to Copdock & Old Ipswichian in East Anglian Premier League.

Cambridge were put in to bat, and Daminda Ranaweera provided the platform to their innings.

He made 107, including 13 fours, but was unable to find a partner to stick around long enough to build a considerable stand, the best being 71 with Lewys Hill (28 not out) for the final wicket as they were stopped on 202 for 7.

Ben Claydon (69) and Chris Swallow (75) did the bulk of the damage to Cambridge as they made 122 for the first wicket.

Campbell took six for 54 but Copdock & Old Ipswichian got to 204 for 9 with six overs to spare.

Burwell & Exning suffered a seven-wicket defeat to Swardeston.

Paul Summerskill made 77 and there were good contributions from Joe Tetley (42) and Jamie Seabrook (4) as they made 301 for 8.

But Stephen Gray (139) and Jordan Taylor (114) helped Swardeston to 306 for 3.



This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More