Saturday 15 September
LWC Drinks Cornwall Cricket League County Finals
Helston – Ludgvan v St Austell II – Match cancelled.
Division 3 Scorecard
Menheniot Looe – Crofty Holman 58 (M Fenton 14; J Sander 4-16, S Parkyn 3-32, O Bate 2-10) lost to
Wadebridge II 61-2 (N Meneer 31; L Fenton 2-6) by eight wickets.
Many congratulations to captain Rob Centini and his 2nd team in winning Division 3 East and the County Playoff, a great end to a terrific season. The team went undefeated since May and wrapped up their season with an emphatic 8 wicket win today over West Champions Crofty-Holman pic.twitter.com/cp0yayKNFT
— Wadebridge CC 🏏 (@wadebridge_cc) September 15, 2018
Constantine – Launceston II 86 (D Cox 27; J Chaffin 3-14; Andrew Pearce 2-18, Alex Pearce 2-26) lost to
Veryan 87-3 (A Davey 29no, Alex Pearce 20no) by seven wickets.
Division 5: Scorecard
Pencarrow – Buckland Monachorum 228-7 (G Elkington 88, P Daymond 38, G Edwards 28; K Hooper 3-20, T Perry 3-45) beat
Gerrans 214-6 (S Hooper 58, C Grahamslaw 54, T Perry 26, G Walls 22; D Rogers 3-52, L Dennis 2-55) by 14 runs.
Division 6: Scorecard
Redruth – Falmouth III 215-8 (M Burley 58, K Meneer 48, G Stephens 29; S Rowe 3-50) beat
St Neot 170 (D Lucas 45, G Kent 28, M Bunt 28no, K Marks 21; G Stephens 3-19, P Burley 2-22, M Averiss 2-41) by 45 runs.
Division 5 Promotion Play-Offs Scorecards
St Just – Gulval II 203-8 (Shane Eddy 70, W Collins 48, P Robinson 27; Max Harvey 4-40, T Royle 2-67) beat
St Just IV 132-8 (J Nicholas 36, A Pascoe 24, Max Harvey 22; J Griffiths 3-18, Shane Eddy 2-14) by 71 runs.
South Petherwin – South Petherwin II 257-2 (R Gerry 105, N Gerry 62, M Clements 33 no, G Clements 27no) beat
Werrington IV 183-6 (N Dennis 58, T Ward 54, M Wills 24, A Smeeth 21; P Dingle 2-11) by 74 runs.
There was not a Division 2 County Final at Helston.
Ludgvan won Division 2 West last weekend but nine of their first team werebooked as part of a group of 24 from the club to the T20 Blast Finals Day in Birmingham, with flights, hotels and tickets arranged and paid for weeks ago.
The T20 Finals Day is much later in the calendar this year than normal.
St Austell seconds were unable to postpone the final by a week, due to players having prior commitments on the weekend of 22/23 September.
Ludgvan were fully prepared to fulfil the fixture on Saturday but League Officers decided they didn’t want a complete mismatch, due to the sensible early warning of the strength of the team available.
Ludgvan CC, though disappointed in forfeiting a formal presentation and opportunity to play in a final, accepts the decision and the reasons.