Derby delight for Aythorpe

PUBLISHED: 14:10 20 September 2007 | UPDATED: 21:49 29 May 2010

Luke Swanston batting for Dunmow on Saturday faces Matt Reeve bowling for Aythorpe 		Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Luke Swanston batting for Dunmow on Saturday faces Matt Reeve bowling for Aythorpe Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

A competitive friendly clash at Dunmow saw Aythorpe Roding run out winners by five wickets on Saturday. Good knocks from Dunmow s top four batsmen led by Sneath (59), Simon Burrell (42) Luke Swanston (34) and Rix (17) saw Dunmow reach 217-7 in 47 overs.

A competitive friendly clash at Dunmow saw Aythorpe Roding run out winners by five wickets on Saturday.

Good knocks from Dunmow's top four batsmen led by Sneath (59), Simon Burrell (42) Luke Swanston (34) and Rix (17) saw Dunmow reach 217-7 in 47 overs.

Matt Reeve claimed 3-44 in 11 overs, Graham Milbank 3-64 in 17 overs while Andy Clarke 1-18 also bowled well for Roding.

James Reynolds (23) and Doug Brierley (65) gave Aythorpe a sold start. Martin Sully continued the run chase with 34 not out, Andy Clarke hit a quick fire 38 and Steve Honorie hit 32 as Aythorpe ended on 221-5 in 30.5 overs.

Nick Rooney took 3-56 in eight overs, while Hadfield, Mark Sykes took a wicket apiece.

Dunmow skipper Richard Cross bowled well and now leaves for four years in Australia.

Aythorpe play their last game of the season on Sunday at home to Island Taverners, 1pm start.

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