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CRICKET: Warner's a winner with bat and ball
10:30am Wednesday 28th August 2013 in Sport
MATTHEW Warner took 6-47 to dismiss Horley for 145 and clinch a 33-run win for Kingston Bagpuize.
Earlier he had top-scored with 38 and Martin Shepherd had hit 35 in the Baggies’ 178-7, during which Dave Eaton claimed 4-52.
The visitors’ innings included 31 from David Taylor, but they were all out in the 41st over.
Kingston Bagpuize 25pts, Horley 5
Chearsley all rounder Neil Davies almost beat Wallingford on his own.
First he took 5-34 as an under-strength home team succumbed for only 87.
Then Davies contributed 30 of the required runs as the visitors cruised to 91-5 from 27.2 overs.
Wallingford 5, Chearsley 25
Pierre Lefort (5-50) and Steve Kelly (4-65) bowled Witney Mills into a strong position at Buckingham Town 2nd.
The hosts were dismissed for 182, Andy Thatcher leading the way with 48.
Pete Claridge then hit 56 for Mills, but they were undone by Dominic Prit-chard (7-55) and were all out for 167 off the penultimate ball of their final over.
Buckingham Town 2nd 25, Witney Mills 8
No play was possible at Stokenchurch, where East Oxford were visitors.
Stokenchurch 6, East Oxford 6