Barrow Gurney enjoy success on Sunday
PUBLISHED: 08:30 02 July 2019
Barrow Gurney's Sunday XI provided some cheer with victory over Harptree Villages in a low-scoring contest.
Guy Fisher (39) and James Riley (36) put on 58 for the first wicket, before Barrow collapsed to 108 all out.
Harptree's openers put on 39, but Kieran Owen (3-15) and brother Matt (5-6) combined to devastating effect to dismiss the hosts for 91, to the delight of captain - and dad - Steve Owen.
Mark Fisher and Premil Fernando (both 39) led the firsts to 174 against Bristol University Staff on Saturday, while Hashan Mudiyanselage (3-22) took bowling honours as the hosts won with four overs to spare.
The seconds visited Chilcompton with only 10 players and saw Nick Heal hurt while fieldling, which led to a lengthy delay.
The hosts made 203 from 32 overs, with Barrow coming up 25 runs short after Ali Hood (83) and Pete Holdaway (26) put on a second-wicket stand.