CAPTAIN Angus Catto led Frocester to a fine six-wicket home win over champions Dumbleton in the latest round of matches in the North Performance Division of the Vitality U19 T20 in association with Stuart Turner.
Dumbleton, who won the toss, were restricted to 113-7 by the home side, Max Dunne the pick of the attack with figures of 2-13 from four as skipper Myles Holland (28) top scored.
Catto was then in fine form with the bat for Frocester, retiring on 50 off only 35 (eight fours) while Dunne added an unbeaten 26 to wrap up the win with more than three overs to spare.
In the South Performance division, Golden Hill emerged nine-run victors at Twyford House. Ollie Hawkins’ haul of 4-24 from four helped restrict Golden Hill to 152-9 before Twyford came up just short despite the efforts of Alex Wilson (52 retired) and Henry Trotman (40) as Will Windows captured 4-22, also from four.
Captain Charlie Carter, meanwhile, took an all bowled hat-trick for Bedminster who overcame Frenchay by 110 runs in the South Performance division of the Marsh Commercial U16 T20. Carter finished with figures of 0-3 from his one over as Frenchay folded to 85 all out in reply to Bedminster’s tally of 195-6 which featured 50 from Nat Phillips and Ollie Hosier’s 45.
Rockhampton were 35-run victors at Winterbourne in the same division. Ben Rivers and Jimmy Twemlow both retired after reaching their half centuries as the Rams piled up 188-2. In reply, Winterbourne stalled at 153-5, opener Fred Bennet retiring on 50 as Tiger Sherred-Isles finished with 3-24.
FRIDAY JULY 22
U19 South Development: Carsons & Mangotsfield v Knowle
MONDAY JULY 25
U19 South Performance: Bristol Afghans v Bristol
U19 North Development: Poulton v Kingsholm
U16 North Performance: Frocester v Dumbleton
U16 South Performance: Thornbury v Rockhampton
U16 North Development: Kingsholm v Frampton-on-Severn
U16 South Development: Frenchay v Golden Hill
TUESDAY JULY 26
U19 South Development: Knowle v Bedminster
WEDNESDAY JULY 27
U16 South Performance: Winterbourne v Twyford House