Woolpit remain unbeaten after defeat of Bury St Edmunds Academy

Woolpit maintained their unbeaten tag by inflicting another defeat on bottom side Bury St Edmunds Academy, in Division One of the Hunts County Bats League last Sunday.

However, it was a close match with Bury, searching for their first win of the season, falling 30 runs short of their target.

Leaders Woolpit totalled a daunting 291 for six off their 40 overs, thanks to an unbeaten 131 from Julian Crudelli and 78 by James Deeley.

Bury gave a good account of themselves, thanks to 70s from Tom Curran and Alexander Urquhart, but have now lost all five of their games.

In Division Two, an unbeaten 39 from G Drury ensured a nine-wicket win for Brettenham, over basement club Hartest & Coldham, while there was also a nine-wicket success for Brockley at Tuddenham, where R Webb took five wickets for the visitors. A good all-round display by R Partridge, who took four wickets and scored 55 runs, secured an eight-wicket win for BSSSC at Stowmarket.


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