CORNWALL CRICKET Falmouth first to 50/50 semis

Falmouth are the first team through to the Jolly's Drinks Premier 50/50 Cup semi finals.

Falmouth won by 68 runs at St Just after making 226-9 with Stefan Churcher smashing 71. St Just were all out for 158 in reply.

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MINOR COUNTIES CRICKET Final balanced on Sharp edge

Cornwall Cricket logoCricket's Minor Counties Championship Final is finely balanced going into the third day at Truro CC.

Cornwall did well with the ball yesterday to restrict Buckinghamshire to 205-9 off their 90 overs and gain a first innings lead of 52 runs.

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MINOR COUNTIES CRICKET: HOCKIN IN SEVENTH HEAVEN

Cornwall's cricketers are well placed going into the final day of their Minor Counties Championship game against Cheshire at Truro CC today (Boscawen Park 1100).

The Duchy - buoyed by Sam Hockin's career best 7 for 82 - bowled out the visitors for 168 yesterday morning to lead by 16 following the first innings.

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CORNWALL CRICKET: CALLINGTON SET PREMIER PACE

Cornwall Cricket crestRival East Cornwall cricket clubs Callington and Werrington set the pace at the Jolly’s Drinks ECB Cornwall Premier League summit after seven rounds.

Callington CC have opened up a 10-point lead following their 39-run home win over Falmouth CC at New Road.

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SWCRICKET: CORNWALL PUT VISITORS TO BEDS

Cornwall Cricket badge Cornwall boosted their Minor Counties Knock Out Cup quarter final hopes with a six-wicket win over Bedfordshire at Truro yesterday.

Beds were bowled out for 114 with Cornwall and Truro skipper Tom Sharp taking four for 9. Dan Davis and Andrew Libby took two wickets.

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CORNWALL CRICKET UPDATE - DAY THREE

cornwall cricket creastCornwall's Tom Rowe scored his maiden century as Cornwall made 223 all out before lunch in the second day of their Minor Counties Championship Western Division match at home to Herefordshire at Truro Cricket Club.

 

Herefordshire opener Dave Exall (111) and Chris Boroughs (113) both hit afternoon session centuries as the visitors looked set for a big lead at tea.

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