Comfortable win for Clevedon seconds

Clevedon players celebrate a wicket

Clevedon players celebrate a wicket - Credit: Jason Crane

Clevedon seconds were comfortable winners over Coalpit Heath in their latest Bristol & District Senior Division outing at Dial Hill.

Put into bat, they saw half-centuries from Scott Ford (56) and Will Carpenter (89) - who combined for a 100-run stand - lead them to 234-9 from their 45 overs.

Scott Ford and Will Carpenter hit half-centuries for Clevedon seconds

Scott Ford and Will Carpenter hit half-centuries for Clevedon seconds - Credit: Jason Crane


Scott Ford and Will Carpenter hit half-centuries for Clevedon seconds

Scott Ford and Will Carpenter hit half-centuries for Clevedon seconds - Credit: Jason Crane

And James Caddick shone with the ball to claim 5-24 as the visitors were dismissed for 159 in the 43rd over, with Jake Brand (2-16) and Mark Bibbing (2-18) nabbing braces.


Clevedon players look on

Clevedon players look on - Credit: Jason Crane

The thirds made 234-6 from 40 overs at Hallen in Division Nine, with Luke Pearson Taylor falling seven runs short of a century.

Jack Davey (39), Paul Jenkins (29) and Daniel Van Grudgings (28) also made starts for Clevedon, who then skittled the hosts for 80.


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Wickets were shared between Dave Clarke (3-5), Pearson Taylor (2-11), Zak Malpas (2-27), Phil Payne (1-3) and Davey (1-27).

The fourths fell to a heavy defeat against Hambrook in Division 14, after the visitors posted 214-2 from 40 overs at Clevedon School.

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Jacob Lillington (19), Darren Hussey (13*) and Steve Treanor (10) were the only Clevedon batsmen in double figures as they were dismissed for 68 in 26 overs.



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