- Last Updated: Tuesday, 20 August 2019 11:27
- Published: Tuesday, 20 August 2019 11:27
- Written by Kevin Hewes
Colchester & E.E. went back to the top of Division One with a 95 run victory at home to Galleywood, Oliver Allison starring with the bat with 136. In Division Two, Springfield are now favourites to lift the title following a nine wicket win over bottom of the table Real Oddies, while top of the table Cavaliers suffered a heavy defeat at Kelvedon. Stebbing are now threatened with relegation following a second successive concession, which resulted in a ten point deduction. In Division Three, Sudbury completed their programme with a resounding win at home to wooden spoonists Boxted, Ryan Vickery top scoring for the hosts with 161. Great Horkesley & Lexden still have the title in their own hands, but must not slip up any further in their remaining three games, following defeat by Great Totham. Eight Ash Green got out of trouble to complete an 84 run victory over Coggeshall. The only five wicket haul of the weekend belonged to Coggeshall’s James Raine who took 5 for 20.