Clyst St George sign off disappointing season with defeat to Ivybridge

07:02 06 September 2012

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Clyst St George were unable to round their season off with a final day victory as they went down by seven wickets to Ivybridge.

However, the Bohea Field men were assured of starting next season once again in the C Division the previous week so there was a distinct end of season feel about the game.

Chris Ferro top scored with 29 in a total of 106, passed with some comfort by the Bridgers.

Next season Clyst St George will meet the two sides promoted out of the D Division, Yelverton and Plymouth Civil Service and Roborough.

They will also lock horns with the two relegated from the B Division, Axminster and Dartington whilst they will renew rivalries with Chagford, Bideford, Kingskerswell, Ottery St Mary and Ipplepen.

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