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Tom Barnard puts in all-round performance in Great Shelford win


By Mark Taylormark.taylor@iliffemedia.co.uk


Ben Stone sends down a delivery for Cambridge St Giles against Huntingdon & District. Picture: Keith Heppell
Ben Stone sends down a delivery for Cambridge St Giles against Huntingdon & District. Picture: Keith Heppell

Display with bat and ball helps defeat Ufford Park

Tom Barnard was the lead performer for Great Shelford as they clinched a 19-run win over Ufford Park in Whitings & Partners Cambs & Hunts Premier League, Division Two.

Kane Munday made 83 and was helped by 29 from Tom Barnard and 22 from Ben Clilverd as Great Shelford were bowled out for 198.

Uday Bapodra took three for 34 and Tanvier Hussain claimed three for 28 for Ufford Park.

And Barnard and Matthew Chave delivered with the ball to steer Shelford to success.

Ufford Park were dismissed for 179, with Chave taking three for 28 and Barnard three for 6 off 2.2 overs.

Ben Jakes’ five-wicket haul was not enough for Cambridge St Giles as they lost by 35 runs at Huntingdon & District.

The hosts were dismissed for 244 as Jakes claimed five for 44, including the vital last wicket of Huntingdon No 10 Asif Khan, who made 83.

St Giles made a good start in reply, as Matthew Samson hit 46 before falling with the score at 87 for 2.

Ben Hammersley then added 36 and Garryth Jackson 56 but St Giles were bowled out for 209.

Marc Pearson’s half-century for Sawston and Babraham was in vain as they lost by seven wickets to Castor & Ailsworth.

Unbeaten scores from Joseph Higgins (82) and Cameron Dockerill (64) carried Castor & Ailsworth to 186 for 3.

Reece Smith was then the thorn in the side of Sawston & Babraham as he took five for 25 to help dismiss them for 138, with Pearson contributing 62.

Cambridge Granta II lost by 20 runs to Blunham.

Half centuries from Kanchana Rodrigo (58), Hasith Gamage (64) and Shabz Hussain (58) saw Blunham to 285 for 6, with John Turner and Danushka Herath taking two wickets apiece for Granta.

But despite 56 from Jonathan Woods and 80 not out from Turner, Granta were left short on 265 for 9 at the end of their innings.

Burwell II earned a walkover win against Warboys, who were unable to raise a side.



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