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Saham out of cup

PUBLISHED: 17:38 11 June 2008 | UPDATED: 10:54 08 July 2010

This weekend sees Saham return to league action after Saturday's washout against Sheringham, when they entertain Kirkley and Lowestoft Railway.

Saham Toney entertained East Anglian Premier League side Great Witchingham in the second round of the Bob Carter Cup on Sunday and lost by five wickets.

This weekend sees Saham return to league action after Saturday's washout against Sheringham, when they entertain Kirkley and Lowestoft Railway.

Saham Toney entertained East Anglian Premier League side Great Witchingham in the second round of the Bob Carter Cup on Sunday and lost by five wickets.

Winning a crucial toss the visitors elected to bowl and Saham soon found themselves in trouble. Good batting by S Mower (34) and D Sims (22no) saw Saham all out for 124.

L Shaw was the most successful visitors' bowler claiming 4-51 while J Spelman claimed 2-19, A Garlik 2-26 and S Chipperfield 2-8.

When bowling Saham did make a fight of it, claiming five Witchingham wickets but L Shaw carried on his good day by scoring 56. G Maxwell claimed 2-29, W Dyer 1-34 and I Lovick 2-12.

Saham U15 lost to visitors Great Melton who scored 163 for three before Saham fell 40 runs short with 123 for four.


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