Sidmouth’s Gingell lays into Bradninch in Booker Wholesale Cup thrashing

Nick Gingell hits out om his way to his 19-ball half century

Nick Gingell hits out om his way to his 19-ball half century - Credit: Archant

Sidmouth took hosts Bradninch to the cleaners in the Bookers Wholesale Devon Senior Cup.

The Fortfield men bowled the nine-man home side out for 88 in 33.3 overs. Bradninch skipper Tim Piper top scored with 32 and Will Grieg hit 25, but the only other home batsman into double figures was James Street with 11.

Miles Dalton took the bowling honours with 3-21 from his full complement of eight overs.

Scott Barlow (1-21 in 8), Will Murray (1-12 in six), Andrew Mathieson (1-16 in five) and Jake Fawcett (1-7 ion 5.3 overs). Fawcett also held two smart slip catches.

Matt Cooke and Nick Gingell launched the reply, but Cooke fell to a catch by home glovesman Chris Dean off the bowling of Tim Piper. The wicket fell at 24 in the third over and the hitting continued with Nick Gingell rifling the ball to all parts of the Kensham Park ground, reaching his half century in just 19 balls and he finished the game off with successive sixes followed by a four to end unbeaten on 68 having faced just 23 balls. Pete Randerson (13) was the other not out batsman as Sidmouth bowled the home side out in 44 deliveries! Tim Piper (1-39 in three), Charlie Walker (0-24in two), Will Birley (0-12 in one) and Mark Ashplant (0-16 in three balls), were the home bowlers.


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