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Team P W Pts




Frinton On Sea CC 22 16 443
Swardeston CC 22 13 417
Sudbury CC, Suffolk 22 12 400
Horsford CC 22 11 340
Great Witchingham CC 22 8 305
Cambridge CC 22 8 286
Copdock & Old Ipswichian CC 22 8 285
Bury St Edmunds CC 22 7 274
Saffron Walden CC 22 6 244
Mildenhall CC, Suffolk 22 6 234
Burwell & Exning CC 22 4 219
Vauxhall Mallards CC 22 3 123
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EAPL AGM - 20/11/2019 at Bury St Edmunds CC

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Sawston & Babraham CC promoted to EAPL via the play-offs

Sawston & Babraham have been promoted to EAPL for the first time in the clubs history after a comfortable victory against North Runcton in the play-of.......

Read Brothers Ltd Results (Week 22)

Burwell & Exning v Great Witchingham Played at Exning Park Great Witchingham 322 for 8 in 50 overs (S. Arthurton 161) Burwell & Exning 119 all out in .......

Frinton EAPL Champions 2019

Frinton-on-sea CC have been confirmed as EAPL Champions 2019 after beating Mildenhall in their penultimate match of the season. After making 259-9 i.......

Read Brothers Ltd Results (Week 21)

Bury St Edmunds v Sudbury Played at Victory Ground Bury St Edmunds 223 for 8 in 50 overs (B. Curran 70, J. Broad 50) Sudbury 226 for 8 in 48.2 overs (.......
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18/04/2020

Burwell & Exning v Sawston Babraham CC
Frinton-On-Sea v Great Witchingham
Horsford v Bury St Edmunds
Saffron Walden v Mildenhall
Sudbury v Cambridge CC
Swardeston v Copdock & Old Ipswichian
EAPL EDP Report - 07/09/2019

Frinton-on-sea CC have been confirmed as EAPL Champions 2019 after beating Mildenhall in their penultimate match of the season.

After making 259-9 in their 50 overs Frinton bowled their hosts out for just 156, with Norfolk skipper Ashley Watson taking 4-38, to render next weekend's final round of matches of academic interest only.

Swardeston did all they could by beating Saffron Walden by 45 runs - but the damage had been done in the previous match at The Common, which the visitors won by four wickets to put themselves firmly in the driving seat.

There were good contributions from Peter Lambert (53), Alfie Cooper (46) and Gatting (44) as Swardeston got up to 269-9 on Saturday. Saffron Walden made a decent fist of the run chase, with Finn Karsten making 63 in 54 balls, but were always struggling to keep up with the required rate and ended up being dismissed for 224 in the 39th over. Cooper took six wickets although he was expensive, going for 66 runs in his 10 overs.

The result of the day came at Walcis Park where Vauxhall Mallards recorded an excellent 63 run success over Great Witchingham in their final away match before disbanding.

Club chairman Paul Bradshaw opened the batting and hit 13 fours in a memorable 88 to help the team that means so much to him reach a commendable 237-7 against Great Witchingham. It looked as though the veteran was heading for a well deserved maiden century in the EAPL but with three figures in sight he was caught by keeper Sam Groves off the bowling of second eleven spinner Harry Leggoe, who ended up with three wickets.

Bradshaw received good support from skipper Adam Todd, who smashed 51 in 31 balls, and Tom Miller, who made 31.

In reply opener Sam Groves carried his bat for 66 and put on 74 for the seventh wicket with Andy Hanby (43) but with James Bridges and Archie Bradnock both taking three wickets the Witches fell well short on 175.

With a second league win of the season under their belts Mallards will now be aiming to bow out with all guns blazing on Saturday when they welcome Copdock to Halvergate.

Horsford's good season continued when they made 227-9 at Copdock and then bowled their hosts out in under 17 overs for 41, with Thomas Nudd taking 6-24 and Oscar Binny 4-11.

The visitors had recovered from 8-3 to post a decent total, thanks largely to a stand of 93 for the fifth wicket between Stephan Marillier (91) and Ryan Findlay (63).