Boro boys on top form

ON YOUR WAY: Luke Lovegrove walks off after being bowled for one of Nathan Garfoot's six wickets at Billingborough. Photo: SG110715-127TW
ON YOUR WAY: Luke Lovegrove walks off after being bowled for one of Nathan Garfoot's six wickets at Billingborough. Photo: SG110715-127TW
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Two matches against Long Sutton saw Billingborough players produce the top performances of the day in the South Lincolnshire & Border Cricket League.

Nathan Garfoot returned the Premier Division’s best bowling figures of 6-40.

Long Sutton were all out for 111 with Jamie Taylor (41 off 45 balls) offering the only real resistance.

Billingborough got past the target with four wickets in hand.

Division One saw the day’s only century – Mark Stanley making an unbeaten 119 as Billingborough 2nd notched up 256-2 with Richard Wells hitting 76.

Mark Pilgrim took seven Long Sutton 2nd wickets to help his side to a 50-run win.

Meanwhile, Bourne 2nd have slipped to fourth in the Premier Division after losing to Sleaford 2nd who remain second.

At the bottom of the table, Lindum Ramblers’ battle to move out of the relegation zone received a boost when Angus Pickering’s 93 followed by a James Kempton hat-trick helped them to victory over Spalding 2nd.

Stamford Town claimed a six-wicket win over Moulton Harrox.

Division One leaders Market Deeping 2nd kept up their unbeaten record with a win over Heckington.

In Division Two, Tim Dyer celebrated his 300th wicket for Baston but could not prevent defeat at the hands of Belton Park 2nd.

This gave Timberland the opportunity to take over at the top following victory over Pinchbeck who are still in contention for the title.

Spalding 3rd came out on top in the battle of the bottom two, winning by one wicket against Grantham 4th.