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Sat 7 July Round Up

8th July 2018 Posted in Latest and League by Michael Weeks

67 Matches   46 Won  13 Rescheduled  7 Conceded   1 to report

28 started earlier and/or had reduced overs due to the England World Cup Quarter-Final

18 started at 11 am or earlier

19 remained unaltered

Results       Tables

In yesterday’s LWC Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League the leaders Penzance and St Just both lost. There are just three points between the top three teams now and only 18 points  between the top seven.

 

Truro made 225 for 7 at Penzance with Scott Harvey making 89.

 

Penzance were for 184 with Greg Smith making 90.

 

St Just were dismissed for 194 at home to Falmouth.

 

Falmouth won by one wicket, with five balls to spare, after making 196 for 9.

 

Redruth move back to second place after beating Callington by 123 runs.

 

Jack Hale made 102 in the 279 for 6 declared.

 

Callington were bowled out for 156.

 

Grampound Road hit 212 all out at home to Werrington with skipper Alex Ridd making 88.

 

Werrington replied with 214 for 8 to win by two wickets.

 

Camborne were bowled out for 185 at home to St Austell.

 

The Saints replied with 186 for 7 to win by three wickets.

 

 

In County Division 1 Helston extended their lead after narrow defeats for Rosudgeon and Beacon.

 

The Results were:

 

St Erme 100 all out lost to Helston 102 for no wicket

 

Launceston 155 all out beat Rosudgeon 154 all out  by one run

 

Gorran 303 for 8 beat Beacon 299 all out  by four runs

 

Redruth seconds 72 all out  lost to Troon 73 for 1

 

Roche 255 for 8 lost to Lanhydrock 256 for 8

 

Werrington seconds v Newquay is postponed to 5 August

 

 

Today Cornwall start a three-day Unicorns Counties Championship game against Devon at Werrington at 11am

 

The Cornwall Women’s League season also begins today with the opening fixtures

Grampound Road v Truro

Launceston v Falmouth

Penzance v Redruth

 

Following England’s World Cup win yesterday the Bradleys Vinter Cup Final between Penzance and St Just has been postponed for 24 hours to Thursday at Camborne.

 

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