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Norfolk League Division One - Away to Aldborough

Hethersett and Tas Valley had a nail-biting last over victory for the second consecutive week as they kept their 100% record at the top of the Norfolk League Division One. 

And for the second successive week they wrecked an opponent’s unbeaten record. 

After beating Bungay by one wicket in the last over, they faced a difficult trip to Aldborough and were put into bat by the home side. 

One of Hethersett’s strengths in the opening matches of the new season has been the form of openers Richard Ellis and Carl Puttock. On Saturday it was Puttock’s turn to star with an innings of 71 that included 10 fours and a six. 

Skipper Matt Ellis continued his sensational form that has seen him hammer three consecutive half centuries. He followed scores of 76 against Beccles and 66 against Bungay with 56 against Aldborough. Tim Shelley weighed in with 27 as Hethersett reached 212-6 from their 45 overs. 

Aldborough lost opener Ben Flannaghan early on before Paul Reeve (78) and Tom Farrow (19) began to get to grips with the Hethersett attack. Once again it was spinner Asad Abbas who caused most problems with 3-47 from 10 overs. He was well backed up by Carl Edwards who took 2-41, conceding an economical just over three runs. 

A total of 32 wides but pressure on Hethersett, however, as they desperately tried to cling on to their late advantage. 

Hethersett Seconds scheduled home game against Horsford Thirds was abandoned due to bad weather. Hethersett III went down by seven wickets to Shipdham Seconds in Division 10. Hethersett batted first and were all out for 86 in 29 overs with only Chris Bolderstone (23) reaching double figures. 

Shipdham reached their target for the loss of three wickets in 23.3 overs. There was  a wicket each for Bolderstone, Dale Clarke and Alex Reeder. 

Hethersett and Tas Valley beat Aldborough by four runs in the Norfolk League Division One:

Hethersett and Tas Valley - 

Richard Ellis

ct 

Paul Reeve  

Carl Puttock

st 

Kevin Bacon  

71 

Mathew ellis *

 

Nick Dingle  

56 

Tim Shelley

ct Troy Allan

Kevin Bacon  

27 

Simon Redhead

ct 

Kevin Bacon  

11 

Nick Burrett +

Not Out

 

David Cosford

ct 

Jamie Perry-Warnes  

Stuart Last

Not Out

 

Extras 

 

19

 

Total 

(6 wickets, 45 overs) 

212

 

 Bowling – P. Reeve 12-3-35-1, J. Perry-Warnes 11-3-40-1, T. Allan 5-1-33-0, K. Bacon 11-1-52-3, B. Flannigan 2-0-15-0, N. Dingle 4-0-24-1

Aldborough -

Paul Reeve

ct Carl Puttock

Asad Abbas  

78 

Ben Flannigan

ct Tim Shelley

Craig Edwards  

Tom Farrow

ct Nick Burrett

David Cosford  

19 

Eddy Botwright 

st Nick Burrett

Asad Abbas  

10 

Troy Allan

ct Nick Burrett

Asad Abbas  

Kevin Bacon 

 

Tim Shelley  

11 

Sean Cannon

 

Craig Edwards  

42 

Jamie Perry-Warnes

Not Out

 

Matt Skinner

Not Out

 

Extras 

 

37

Total 

(7 wickets, 45 overs) 

208

 Bowling – D. Cosford 8-0-47-1, C. Edwards 12-3-41-2, M. Ellis 7-0-27-0, T. Shelley 8-0-41-1, A. Abbas 10-1-47-3