Ryan’s ton keeps Deeping in front

EARLY BREAKTHROUGH: Long Sutton 2nd celebrate the dismissal of Heckington's John Mountain who was bowled by Danny Sisson. Photo: SG230515-135
EARLY BREAKTHROUGH: Long Sutton 2nd celebrate the dismissal of Heckington's John Mountain who was bowled by Danny Sisson. Photo: SG230515-135
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Gaps are opening up in all three divisions of the South Lincolnshire & Border League with the leaders in each still unbeaten.

Boston have a 24-point advantage over Bourne 2nd in the Premier Division following their eight-wicket win against Woodhall Spa 2nd.

Market Deeping 2nd lead by 37 in Division One where second-placed Freiston have a game in hand.

Deeping won a high-scoring game against Lindum 3rd with Ryan Bainborough making the day’s only century with 109.

Deeping racked up a total of 243-4 but were unable to bowl out their opponents who finished on 216-7.

Two teams are dominating Division Two – Claypole have 95 points from five matches while Baston have 74 from four.

Baston proved too strong for Burgh & District, bowling them out for 66 and going on to win by eight wickets.

Elsewhere in the Premier Division, Long Sutton were unable to match Bourne 2nd’s total of 154, being bowled out for 118.

Billingborough stay fourth despite going down to Lindum Ramblers with Shaun Brown making 55.

Ansar Hussain hit 95 of Spalding 2nd’s total of 205 to which Moulton Harrox replied with 131-6.

The tightest game of the day was in Division One where Long Sutton 2nd ended just 10 runs short of Heckington’s 145-9.

Tom Poole made 76 and Mick Troops 56 as Boston 2nd finished on 224 all out against Billingborough 2nd who were then bowled out for 68.

In Division Two, Graves Park fought out a high-scoring game with Spalding 3rd as the league newcomers got 256-6.

In reply, Spalding reached 211 before the final wicket fell, Jordan Butcher making 82 and Harry De Camos 58.