Jasper Payne smashed 189 as Swaffham hit one of the biggest totals seen in the Mid Norfolk Sunday League as they romped to a Challenge Cup 322-run win at a depleted Saxlingham.
Payne struck 22 fours and 10 sixes off 84 balls, while Alexander Payne hammered nine fours and five maximums off 59 balls.
The pair compiled a massive stand of 227 runs for the third wicket before being both dismissed shortly before the end of the 40-over innings.
Earlier Jasper Payne added 146 for the second wicket with Mark Eagle, who hit 12 boundaries.
Swaffham then made short work of their no-doubt demoralised opponents, who only fielded ten in the batting order, with Andy Dale cashing in by taking a swift ‘five-for.
Dale took five of the reamining six wickets to fall.
Wicketkeeper Michael Dye aided the mopping-up with three catches and a stumping.
Mid Norfolk Challenge Cup
Swaffham won the toss and elected to bat
Swaffham 411 for 4 (40 overs; Mark Eagle 80, Phillip Balls 0, Jasper Payne 189, Alexander Payne 110, Michael Dye not out 12, Andy Dale not out 8).
Saxlingham 89 (25.3 overs; Johnly Jacob-John 8-2-34-1, Kurian Varghese 8-3-20-2, David Annakin 4-1-15-1, Andy Dale 4.3-1-11-5).
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