Quinn so sixy as Clyst go second.
PUBLISHED: 10:00 18 June 2009 | UPDATED: 11:11 10 June 2010
'CLYST St George are up to 2nd spot in the B Division after another exceptional afternoons work in defeating Clyst Hydon by a whopping margin of 161 runs.
'CLYST St George are up to 2nd spot in the B Division after another exceptional afternoons work in defeating Clyst Hydon by a whopping margin of 161 runs. It was runs all through the order for the home side as they posted an imposing total of 292-8With Matt Cook (92), Pete Andrews (48) and Graham White (38), all making contributions with the bat and then, when the visitors batted, they felt the full force of Quinn Waters who claimed 6-26 whilst Chris Cook picked up three wickets for 25 runs and the reply was done and dusted for just 131.Next up for White and his high flyers is Saturday's home game with a Plymstock side who will travel to East Devon sitting two places and 8 points behind the hosts. With the following week marking the half way point of the season another home victory and Clyst St George will be well set for the second half of the campaign.It was not such a good day for the Club's 2nd XI although they performed very well with the bat to bank maximum batting points at Yelverton, closing on 231-7 thanks to the efforts of Allan Welsh (70), Paul Laverick (44) and Kevin Coe (29).Sadly, the home side also produced some excellent batting and they won the game by three wickets, despite the fine spell from Paul Richardson with claimed 3-54.The Club's Sunday XI had a fine afternoon in their game against Dunsford.This match saw Steve May register a century and that now puts him in pole position for the Cornwood Cup that is awarded at Clyst St George for the highest individual score of the season.May (112), Paul Laverick (52) and the previous day's bowling hero, Quinn Waters, who also hit 52, helped the side to 289.Sean Middleton (3-2) and Will Aldridge (2-2) then combined to restrict Dunsford to 214-9.