Hall grabs wickets as leaders take another giant step to crown
CAM have one hand on the Division Two title after completing a five-wicket victory at Chipping Campden in the Greene King IPA Gloucestershire County League.
The runaway leaders bowled out the home side for just 115, Pete Hall (4-10) and Charlie Viney (3-27) leading the way, before Ben Dolbear top scored with an unbeaten 37 to complete the win.
The result leaves unbeaten Cam with a 50-point advantage over Westburyon-severn with three rounds of games to go.
There was one other result in this division on an extremely wet weekend, Aston Ingham trumping Oldlands by 116 runs with Ollie Henson unbeaten on 81.
Division One pacesetters Apperley emerged 11-run victors in a rain-hit home date against Chipping Sodbury, skipper Luke Smith compiling 104 off 113 balls and Gareth Yardley claiming four for 38.
Apperley stretched 15 points clear of Thornbury seconds who were washed out at home to Charlton Kings while Lydney moved up to third with a 37-run home triumph against Poulton, Jon Kear unbeaten on 108 and Callum Miller taking five for 39.
Division Three pacesetters Langford completed a 34-run victory away to closest rivals Hawkesbury Upton to establish a 28-point advantage.
At the other end of the table Chipping Sodbury seconds trumped Frampton-on-severn by 51 runs for only their third win of the summer and Woodpeckers defeated Tetbury by six wickets.
Bourton Vale seconds opened a 14-point lead at the top of Division Four courtesy of a nine-wicket success over their Lydney counterparts, taking full advantage of previous pacesetters Newent being rained out at Cheltenham Civil Service.
And half centuries from Ulysses Alonso and Luke Hughes scripted a 32-run home victory for Tewkesbury seconds against Dymock.
In Division Five, Charlton Kings seconds moved from eighth to fifth on the back of a seven-run home win over Haresfield Gladiators, opener Matt Lawton top scoring on 47 while Sheepscombe overwhelmed Gloucester seconds by eight wickets.
There were no results in Division Six, but in Division Seven Poulton seconds overcame Tormarton by seven wickets and Westbury-on-severn seconds trumped Down Hatherley by 57 runs.