Alberbury 147-7 lost to Bomere Heath 150-3 by seven wickets

ALBERBURY'S season ended with a seven wicket defeat at home to Bomere Heath in the John Rees Group.

Despite the cheap loss of Jordan Zaza, bowled by Chris Stevens for one, the home side built a 91 run second wicket stand as Mike Crawshaw was joined by James Wynne.

Crawshaw was caught by Connor Green off Alex Peterson (2-22) for a top scoring 49 and soon after James Wynne was stumped by Harry Gregson off Ben Cox for 27 to leave Alberbury 96-3.

Cox completed his 2-13 with James Hearle stumped by Gregson for seven before Sam Morris was caught by Henry Preece off Stevens.

Ieuan Griffiths' middle order flurry helped to push his side along before falling to Stevens (3-21) for 17 to leave the hosts to defend 147-7.

Heath lost opener Preece cheaply in reply, caught by Oliver Corbett off Owain Roberts (1-32) for eight.

However Heath laid the foundations for victory with Gregson joined by Adam Vanner in a 116 run second wicket stand.

Both fell in quick succession with Vanner caught by Morris off Matt Bevan (1-10) for 32 and Gregson caught by Hearle off Corbett (1- for a top scoring 94 with Heath on the verge of victory on 146-3.

Cox (4no) and Ron Dean pushed Heath on to 150-3 and victory in the 20th over.