- Last Updated: Wednesday, 16 May 2018 07:06
- Published: Wednesday, 16 May 2018 07:06
- Written by Kevin Hewes
Heavy rain on Saturday afternoon, and throughout the evening saw the Sunday NECL Programme seriously threatened, despite the improving forecast on match day. However, out of the six matches scheduled it was just the two games in Division Two that were cancelled due to waterlogged pitches. Springfield with the six points for the cancellation move to the top of the division. In Division One, Wivenhoe bounced back emphatically from their defeat at Elmstead, with a 142 run win at Clacton. Matt Durrell and Brendan Louw both posting centuries in a mammoth Hoe total of 328 for 4. Three games in Division Three, saw Stebbing win their second game of the season, while favourites for honours Coggeshall and Kelvedon both opened up with tight away victories.