- Last Updated: Wednesday, 20 June 2018 13:44
- Published: Wednesday, 20 June 2018 08:44
- Written by Kevin Hewes
A full programme in Division Two saw Halstead extend their winning start to four with a ten wicket victory at Braintree. Second placed Springfield and third place Witham remain in close contention, following wins at Chappel & Wakes Colne and Eight Ash Green respectively. While Abberton remain bottom following a defeat at Great Totham. In Division Three, Stebbing are the only unbeaten side left, recording their sixth straight win over previously unbeaten Kelvedon. Real Oddies are up to second following a home success against Cavaliers, and there was a first win of the campaign for West Bergholt courtesy of a Great Horkesley & Lexden concession, who remain rooted to bottom of the table. The one game in Division One, saw Copdock concede their home game to Clacton. The T20 East Division got underway on Thursday, with champions Wivenhoe running up 247 for 0 in their win over 7 Para. The army side were back in action on Sunday, in a three way festival at Castle Park, and came second against both Colchester and Ipswich, while the final match between the two winners during the day ended in a tie. There were individual centuries, for Brendan Louw (123no) and Jakob Kelly (103no) for Wivenhoe in their T20 game with 7 Para, while on Sunday Forster Mutizwa posted the second highest score of the season with an unbeaten 170 for Witham against Eight Ash Green. Springfield’s Noah Pothen (110no) scored the fourth century of the week in his sides victory over Chappel & Wakes Colne.