Tim Moses delivers the goods for Sawston & Babraham in win over Cambridge II
Tim Moses tore through Cambridge II to give Sawston & Babraham a 279-run win in Whiting & Partners Cambs & Hunts Premier League, Division One.
He was not alone in producing the heroics for Sawston & Babraham though, as Charlie Lewis set up the victory with a century.
He smashed an unbeaten 131, off 139, and opener Waqas Hussain made 57, off 55, as the hosts racked up a sizeable total of 317 for 8.
Hamza Rashid was the pick of the Cambridge bowlers with three for 77.
Moses and Mark Smith did the damage to Cambridge without another bowler getting a look in.
No Cambridge batsmen, or even the extras column, got into double figures as they were bowled out for 38.
Smith claimed three for 18 off his nine overs, but the plaudits went to Moses, who took an exceptional seven for 20 off 9.4 overs.
Histon painted the town Brown after the exploits of Will and Josh helped them to an eight-wicket win over Foxton.
Craig Park made 36 and David Fagan hit 24, but that was the only resistance from Foxton as they were bowled out for 117.
Josh Brown took three for 45 and captain Will Brown snared three for 22.
Amit Gupta led the way in reply with 41 off 27, but Will Brown stonked it with an unbeaten 34 off just 13 balls, with five fours and two sixes. Histon reached 121 for 2 off 20.2 overs.
James Browne’s hard work for Thriplow went unrewarded as they were beaten by two wickets by March Town.
Jeeva Subramaniam (19) and Browne (11) were the only batsmen to make double figures as Thriplow struggled over the line to 79 before being bowled out. Samuel Clarke took four for 25.
Browne then nabbed five wickets for 42, but March reached 80 for 8, thanks in no small part to Saranga Rajaguru’s 22.
Aatish Kean Maharaj crashed a half-century to guide Cambridge St Giles to a 35-run win over Huntingdon & District in Division Two.
The opener made 66 and with Jack Hastings offering some resistance with 21 as St Giles were bowled out for 137.
In reply, Craig Leigh was the top-scorer for Huntingdon with 24 as they were bowled out for 102.
Ben Jakes trapped four for 17 and Maharaj claimed three for 19.
There were more high fives for Steven Smith as he proved the scourge of the AK XI batsmen in a 65-run win for Foxton II in Division Three.
Ade Westley made 37 and Smith struck 33 as Foxton were bowled out for 199.
Smith had taken five wickets for the first team in the National Village Cup the previous week, and repeated the exploits against AK.
He took five for 42 and Steven Atherton claimed three for 31 as AK were bowled out for 134.
Daniel Baigent was the star for Burwell & Exning II as they defeated Newborough by eight runs.
Simon Allen was their top scorer with 33 as they made 131 for 9, with only three players getting into double figures but extras adding 38.
In reply, Newborough were bowled out for 123 as Baigent took four for 34. Matthew Lister, Josh Holmes and Allen got two wickets apiece.
Wisbech Town scraped home to beat Old Leysians by one wicket.
Old Leysians batted first but were unable to build any considerable innings as No 9 Jamie Lee was the top scorer with 23 as they were bowled out for 141.
Adam Newman and Freddie McKibbin took three wickets apiece for Old Leysians in Wisbech’s reply, but they got over the line thanks to No 11 Brodie Ellis’ eight as they reached 142 for 9.