You’ve got to hand it to Norfolk Cricket League pace-setters Snettisham

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In Norfolk Cricket League Division One it’s much as it was last week, as Snettisham continue to dominate, recording their fifth win of the season.

This time the winning margin was by 10 wickets, over a weakened Felthorpe side.

Adam Birch hit 61 as Sandringham bounced back from last week’s defeat to win against Denver.

In the other matches, Blundeston are still seeking their first win of the season, this week coming unstuck against Great Yarmouth.

Caister’s Martin Hewill took 6-26 as they beat Cringleford Lodge, and despite Sajid Ali hitting 122, Kirkley and Belton came unstuck against Saxlingham for who Ollie Browne hit 118 and Alex Browne hit 58.

In Division 2 West, East Harling travelled to Heacham for a good win, Heacham’s Anthony Sadler’s 53 cancelled out by Ross Pickerill’s 62 for East Harling.

Castle Rising beat Northwold, and North Elmham’s first win of the season came against Gooderstone, James White making 56.

Skipper George Wright enjoyed his day against Garboldisham B taking 5-20, having earlier seen Joe Wilson make 57 as Reepham and Salle recorded another win.

In Division 3 West Beetley had a comfortable win over Beeston, helped by 64 for Mark Hinchliffe.

Sandringham A emulated their first team with a good win over Bircham A (Keith Williams 106 not out and Bircham’s Robin Tuck made 60 and Craig Hughes 83no).

Holt’s Daren Bunn made 74 and Liam Channell 60, but still ended up on the losing side as Dersingham A’s Scott English made 99.

Saham Toney A overcame King’s Lynn Hospital, who are still searching for that first win, and Narborough’s Danny Yeates-Cornwall’s 53 helped them to victory over Swanton Morley.

In Division 4 North West, the unfortunate withdrawal of Downham C, leaves the division with a strange look, however Thornham’s form continues, this week at the expense of Castle Rising A.

Denver A were too strong for Mundford A (Alan Thulbourne 100 (retired not out) and Tom Gilbert 72).

Snettisham’s Lewis Jeavons made 60no at they beat Gooderstone A.

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