Clevedon take over at top of WEPL table win win at Lansdown
- Credit: Mark Plummer
Clevedon took over at the top of the West of England Premier League table with a four-wicket win at Lansdown.
The hosts chose to bat after winning the toss but were dismissed for 158 as Jack Harding (3-24), Max Horton (2-16), Jared Warner (2-35), Dan Williams (1-17), Matthew Carpenter (1-24) and Jacob Lintott (1-38) all had success with the ball.
Clevedon lost Edward Wade (2) and Warner (0) cheaply, but Greg Willows (20) put on 85 with Harry Ellison, before Lintott (1) and Louie Woodlands (2) quickly succumbed.
Ellison also fell in between times for 66, having hit a six and 10 fours to leave Clevedon 107-6 before Will Plummer (38 not out) and Williams (21 not out) saw them home with 10 balls remaining.
Clevedon also progressed in the T20 after beating Wembdon and Wellington.
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In the first game hosts Wembdon batted first and scored 162-4, with Tyler Leaman taking 2-24, Jack Davey 1-20 and Lintott 1-21.
In reply, Wade scored 66 not out off 50 balls, as Olly Wilson hit 35 off 28 balls and Lintott 53 not out off 27 balls to claim a nine-wicket win with 15 balls to spare.
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Clevedon batted first in their next game and posted 155-8, with Luke Pearson-Taylor scoring 43 off 38 balls, Tyler Leaman an unbeaten 35 off 26 balls and Olly Wilson 29.
Wellington were 102 all out as Lintott (2-11), Fraser Caddick (2-15) and Andrew Exley (2-14) nabbed braces in a 53-run win.