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Written by Mike Turner   
Friday, 28 July 2017 05:11

TABLE-toppers South Wilts head to Hampshire Academy on Saturday looking to continue the fine run of form that lifted them to the summit prior to last weekend's washout.

No play was possible in any of the top flight's fixtures leaving the Wilton Road outfit top of the pile.

Saturday's hosts are seventh.

The match is scheduled to start at 11am.

All change at the top as South Wilts win again PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 16 July 2017 05:49

IN-FORM South Wilts are the new leaders of the Premier Division after a 72-run victory against bottom of the pile Andover.

The Salisbury side batted first after winning the toss, making 237 all out. Ian Holland's 103 and Tom Cowley's 50 providing the bulk of their runs as Babu Veettil, 3-50, and Glyn Treagus, 3-27 and Matt Hooper, 3-47, bagged three wickets apiece.

Andover recovered from 37-2 and then 44-4 largely thanks to Chamika Kurunaratne, who remained 61 not out at the close. Andover were all out in the 45th over for 165.

The victory - their seventh from nine matches, along with Bashley's defeat at Havant, allowed South Wilts to return to the summit.

Alton visit Wilton Road next weekend.

South Wilts knock Lymington off top spot PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 09 July 2017 07:35

SOUTH Wilts Cricket Club enjoyed a six-wicket success away at Lymington on Saturday.

The hosts, who started the day at the top of the table, won the toss and batted first.

Dominic Hand, 3, was the first batsman out - run out by Jack Richards with just 21 on the board.

Despite knocks of 59 by Calvin Dickinson, 28 by Ben Rogers, 25 by Richard Lock, and 21 by Ryan Scott, they were all out for 168.

In reply, opener William Wade scored 58 to nudge them towards their target, helped by Tom Cowley, 32, Jack Mynott, 15, and James Hayward, 40.

Ben Draper, 10 not out, and Sam Arnold 11 not out, saw them home in the 46th over.

Lymington's defeat means Bashley are the new leaders. South Wilts, who face Andover next weekend, are third.

Draper hits a ton as South Wilts win by five wickets PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 02 July 2017 05:20

SOUTH Wilts Cricket Club registered their fifth win of the season with a five-wicket success at home to fellow high-fliers St Cross Symondians.

Batting first after winning the toss at Wilton Road, the visitors were all out in the 64th over for 237 - having been cruising at 230-4.

Harry Came led the way with the bat, scoring 106 before being caught by Ben Draper off the bowling of James Hibberd, 4-30. Luke Evans was also among the wickets with 3-32 from 6.4 overs.

The hosts, who were 52-3 at one point, reached their target inside 49 overs - Draper also hitting a century, before, ironically, being caught by Came.

Sam Arnold, 49 not out, Tom Cowley, 43, Jack Mynott, 22, and Hibberd, unbeaten on ten, ensured no further dramas for the hosts, who are now third in the table. St Cross drop to fourth.

Next up for the Salisbury side is a trip to league leaders Lymington.

The opening day of July saw all four of South Wilts' senior sides victorious. The seconds defeated St Cross' second string away by 23 runs, the thirds won at home to Tichborne Park II with seven wickets to spare, while the fourths made it four wins on the spin by bowling Winterslow out for 27 after making 123 all out.

Last Updated on Sunday, 02 July 2017 06:47
South Wilts host champions PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 23 June 2017 04:54

SOUTH Wilts Cricket Club, victorious in a low-scoring affair at New Milton last weekend, welcome reigning Premier Division champions Havant to their Lower Bemerton home on Saturday.

The Salisbury side are fourth in the table, having won four of their six games. The visitors are third - three wins and two draws giving them a slighter better average points total.

Saturday's contest is scheduled to start at 11am.

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