- Last Updated: Wednesday, 15 May 2019 08:35
- Published: Wednesday, 15 May 2019 08:35
- Written by Kevin Hewes
A lovely Sunday weather wise, after some inclement weather in the preceding week. Unfortunately, for Great Horkesley & Lexden the rain was too much for the council to be able to prepare a pitch at Mile End and their Division Three game against Great Totham was called off on Friday. Both sides are looking to re-arrange that one. In Division One, Wivenhoe scored their first victory of the season at the fourth attempt with a hard fought win over newcomers Halstead. Division Two, saw Kelvedon maintain their unbeaten start with a 23 run win over Real Oddies, while Springfield were the beneficiaries of the first concession of the season, Witham being unable to field a side. In Division Three, Sudbury and Coggeshall maintained their winning starts with victories over West Bergholt and Boxted respectively. Sudbury skipper Keelan Waldock was the highest scorer in the league this weekend, with the only century a massive 147, while West Bergholt bowler Mustafa Irshad claimed the first five wicket haul of the season, in the same game with 5 for 58.