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Yarmouth's Hak attack sinks Old Catton

PUBLISHED: 07:00 26 July 2010 | UPDATED: 21:58 01 August 2010

Phil Banyard

Lucas Fettes Norfolk League: Steven Hak fired 102 for Great Yarmouth as they picked up a 35-run win at Old Catton in Division One.

Nathan Berry added 60no for Yarmouth, while Catton's Andy Harris took five for 64.

Phil Banyard

Steven Hak fired 102 for Great Yarmouth as they picked up a

35-run win at Old Catton in Division One.

Nathan Berry added 60no for Yarmouth, while Catton's Andy Harris took five for 64. Despite Jon Cooke's 61 and Ben Fossey's 53, Catton fell short in reply.

Leaders Winterton beat Caister by seven wickets, with Josh Austin hitting 75no.

Kirkley Sports cruised to a

10-wicket win against Ketteringham Hall, who were bowled out for just 60. Lewis Caplin (four for nine) and Ferlon Cross (three for seven) did the damage for Kirkley.

In Division Two, high-flying Cringleford Lodge were also rolled out for 60 in an eight-wicket defeat at Aylsham St Giles, M Hilton claiming four for 13.

Felthorpe boosted their promotion challenge in Division Three with a 44-run win at home to Horsford B. Adam Dismore struck 73no for Felthorpe and then took three for 45, while Ant Hewett claimed four for 33.

Tim Porter scored 63 for Bungay A against Costessey, but his side were undone by Steve Horner's five for 41 and Matthew Mather's 64no in a nine-wicket defeat.

In Division Four, Watton opener Bruno Norman fired 138no in a

six-wicket win at Great Yarmouth A.

Alex Youngman (71) and Charlie Mack (five for 43) starred as Aldborough A beat Ashmanhaugh A by 45 runs.

Drayton A's Jamie Scarfe made a match-winning contribution of six for 24 in a low-scoring two-wicket win at Martham.

Carl Sturman's three for 31 could not prevent a four-wicket defeat for Old Buckenham B against Lowestoft B in Division Five.

Hemsby bowlers L Boylan (five for 40) and P Tilbrook (five for 26) took all the wickets in an eight-wicket win against Old Catton A.

Grant King blasted 123 from 119 balls and skipper Chris Palmer added 60 for North Elmham in a 110-run victory over Ketteringham Hall A in Division Six. Jamie Howes and John Utting each took four wickets for Hall, who also had 49 from Terry Briggs.

Half-centuries from Graham Talbot (78) and Nick Mobbs (56) saw Blundeston gain a 61-run victory at Hardingham A. Jamie Fowle and Chris Sparkes took three wickets each for Hardingham, but Blundeston's Mark Talbot bettered that with four for 42. Andy Edge (47no) was the hosts' top scorer.

P Young's three for 25 proved in vain as Old Catton B lost to Old Buckenham C by four wickets in Division Seven. Bucks' J Lincoln took four for 16 and hit 36.

In Division Eight, Reepham & Salle's Rajiv Choudhary took five for 22 in a seven-wicket win against Gillingham. Danny Tipple (40) and Paul Minns (37no) completed the job for Reepham.

t All Norfolk League clubs will be asked to observe a minute's silence next weekend in memory of former treasurer Tony Gregory, who died while batting for Drayton A one year ago.

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