Adam hits century as leaders Newquay march on
Gorran 101; Penzance 104-4
THIS was a big win for Penzance at St Clare in their bid to move away from the relegation zone.
Gorran got off to a disastrous start losing Rhys Daniel and Robin Kendall in Jonny Ludlam's first over. That became 18 for four when Kevin Harris and Dean Hawley soon followed.
Only Elliot Bamber-Jones (21) and Andrew Grant (43) got double figures as the innings ended in the 24th over. Ludlam took four for 18 with Michael Burt, Jamie Stevens and Treve Laity getting two each.
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After 23 came off two overs Dillon Williams (13) and Tom Wilson (17) soon departed. Ludlam made 26 and Leigh Murray 22 not out as the win came in the 17th over. Hawley took two for 38.
Hayle 208; Roche 209-4
ROCHE are up to third following a fine run chase at the Towans as they got home with 14 balls and six wickets to spare.
Hayle, without the injured Paul Lello, lost Graham Wiseman and Greg Mungles to Dan Best without a run on the board.
That became 155 for two however as Steve Richards (69) and Jason Weeks (70) rebuilt the innings in style. Wayne Jenkin made 22 but Ryan Clark's four for 24 helped the last eight wickets fall for 53.
After reaching 119 for one Roche lost Neil Trudgeon (28) and Adam Trudgeon (55) within a run. Clark (40no), Courtney Rowe (17) and Jamie Trudgeon (22no) completed the job.
Hayle used seven bowlers with Joe Irwin's one for 24 off ten the pick.
Ludgvan 216-9; Stithians 194
There was quite a game at the Playing Field as Ludgvan had to dig deep to preserve their unbeaten winning run.
They lost their first six wickets for 62 with Glyn Furnival (3-30) and Callum Martin (3-37) causing havoc. Damon Nicholls made 15 and Nathan Pobega 24 but the innings was rescued with a ninth wicket stand of 91.
Nicky Stevens made 26 and Jon Oulds ended on 45 not out. With the help of 50 wides Ludgvan had a total on the board. They were looking in good shape at 138 for four after Furnival made 26, Nathan Strick 22 and Martin Strick 34. Five wickets fell for 28 however and despite Adam Strick's 37 not out the innings ended in the 47th over. Matt Stevens took four for 36 and Nicholls three for 36.
Troon 228-4; Wadebridge 189
HAVING been sixth a month ago Wadebridge find themselves in the relegation zone for the first time this season after this defeat at Treslothan Road.
Troon lost their first four wickets for 97 with Damien Trease making 27 and Sam Eva and Ian Goldsworthy getting double figures. Gavin Tregenza (63no) and Toby Whiteford (62no) then put on an unbroken 131 for the fifth wicket.
Jodie Ross took two for 43. Eight Wadebridge batsmen got double figures led by Neil Richards with 36.
After being 114 for seven Ross made 21, Tom Wood 23 and Will Cooke 23 not out. Jack Angove took three for 40 and Eva two for 24.