Round-up of Saturday's action in the South Lincs and Border League
Bourne surged into second spot in the Premier Division of the South Lincs and Border League after a five-wicket win at Long Sutton on Saturday.
They bowled out their hosts for 134 as Tom Dixon took 4-27 and Tom Patchett picked up 3-26. Dan Oldfield top-scored for Sutton with 48.
James Ticker led Bourne’s successful run chase with a half-century before Patchett guided them home with an unbeaten 28. Jake Burton had taken 2-19 from nine overs for Long Sutton.
Moulton Harrox continued their upturn in form with an 83-run success against Market Deeping 2nds at Outgang Road.
They had been bowled out for 234, with Chris Beale (36), Jack Barnett (41), Henry Lavery (39) and Travis Harrison (24) their top scorers.
Javad Ghani and Adam Muspratt both picked up three wickets for Deeping, who were bowled out for 151 in their reply.
Barnett took 4-43 while Thuva Muralim claimed 3-34, with Ghani among Deeping’s top scorers after making 30.
Bottom-of-the-table Billingborough claimed their third win of the season after an eight-wicket victory at Woodhall Spa.
Aaron Pullum took 4-3 from 2.5 overs, while Dave Newman returned 4-28 off nine as Woodhall were bowled out for 81.
Mikey Atkinson made 34 in Billingborough’s successful run chase while Dylan Garfoot was 23 not out at the close.
Moulton Harrox 2nds lost top spot in Division One after a 46-run reversal at Orton Park.
Curtis Todd had taken 4-69 as Orton made 277-8 from their 45 overs after batting first.
Karl Hibbert (44) and Lewis Martin (46) led the Harrox reply, but they were eventually bowled out for 231.
Baston are up into third place after a nine-wicket win at Billingborough 2nds.
James Roffe returned 3-29 and Tim Dyer claimed 3-14 as Billingborough were bowled out for 82.
Ben Hudson then hit nine boundaries in his 52 not out, while Martyn Wade was unbeaten on 27 at the close after a 67-run partnership.
Spalding 3rds lost a close contest in Division Two by just one wicket against Castor 2nds.
George Morris had made 40 and Barnaby Dring top-scored with 59 as Spalding closed their 45 overs on 174-7.
Michael Morris took 3-35 in the Castor reply, but the visitors secured their win with just four balls remaining.