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Rumburgh win ensures safety

PUBLISHED: 09:31 06 August 2010 | UPDATED: 09:16 16 September 2010

Rumburgh travelled to Stradbroke looking for their first league victory in four games. A strong performance in the field helped them to a win which secured their Section A status for next season.

Rumburgh travelled to Stradbroke looking for their first league victory in four games. A strong performance in the field helped them to a win which secured their Section A status for next season.

Stradbroke lost their first wicket with only three runs on the board and two batting collapses either side of a 52 fourth-wicket partnership saw them struggle to 123 all out.

Paul Godbold continued his personal hex over Stradbroke by taking four for 33 in his spell.

Rumburgh started their innings with Santosh Patil hitting 14 off the first over, and never looked like losing the match, finally passing the Stradbroke total in the 29th over with Godbold top scoring with 29.

Rumburgh entertain Ipswich in a league game on Sunday afternoon.

Rumburgh beat Stradbroke by four wickets at Stradbroke.

Stradbroke: A Barker c Ramsey b Lee 14, M Hugman c S Patil b Lee 1, S Warner b Brennan, S Taylor st Cross b R Patil 26, J Franklin-Mann c-b Godbold 28, D Taylor b R Patil 0, J Ling c Brennan b S Patil 13, L Bedwell b Godbold 3, K Rughani c Lee b Godbold 4, A Smith lbw b Godbold 3, J Gilbee not out 0; extras 19. Total 123.

Bowling: K Brennan 7-1-24-1, R Lee 9-1-27-2, R Patil 13-4-31-2, P Godbold 12.1-2-33-4, S Patil 2-0-6-1.

Rumburgh: S Patil c Warner b Bedwell 14, K Gowing b Warner 24, P Godbold c Bedwell b Warner 29, J Cross b Franklin-Mann 16, R Patil b Barker 17, K Brennan not out 12, T Ramsey b Warner 0, W Roberts not out 4; extras 9. Total (6 wkts) 125.

Bowling: L Bedwell 4-1-29-1, D Taylor 4-1-19-1, J Ling 6-2-17-0, S Warner 9-1-38-3, J Franklin-Mann 5-1-14-1.

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