Bury St Edmunds had a disappointing day in the EAPL on Saturday away to Horsford the home side scored 230/8 with their star player Stephen Marillar scoring 118 at a run a ball received, Luke Findley added 37 and Bridgestock 33. Sean Cooper bowled a tight spell conceding just 26 runs off his 10 overs for one wicket, Mark Nunn took 0/36 of his 10 overs Dominic Manthorpe took 3 wickets and Justin Bishop another; a feature was the good fielding with 3 batsman run out.
Bury lost Bishop early on and never got going as a batting team Alistair Allchin who was unable to bowl top scored with 28, he was well supported by James Sturgeon with 15. Glenford Boyce scored 16 as the visitors were all out for 114.
Bury’s 2nd team kept up their winning ways with a good win at home to Exning, winning the toss Adam Kizis batted first as his team scored 191/7 off 45 overs Phil Godden scoring an excellent 67 with the captain adding 22 quick runs.
O.Colby starred for Exning with 3/64 and added 60 with the bat but it was a remarkable bowling spell by Charlie Cook that turned the game with 5/18 his first 5 wicket haul and ensuring a good win.
On Sunday Bury played Woolpit, batted first, and half centuries were scored by Ben Curran, Josh Toon and Mark Nunn in a total of 190/7. Woolpit however batted well to win the game.
Greene King players of the week Alistair Allchin, Phil Godden and Charlie Cook.
Next week the 1st team visit Copdock, 2nd team are at home to Halstead 2nds, 3rd team away to West Bergholt and 4th team at home to Brockley 2nds. On Sunday the 1st team are at home to Bardwell and 2nd team away to Mildenhall 2nds.