Mymms come out on top in high-scoring contest during week 10; Frazer scores another ton
PUBLISHED: 09:38 07 July 2014 | UPDATED: 09:38 07 July 2014
North Mymms and Letchworth Garden City each played a part in the closest - and highest scoring - match of the weekend.
Three centuries were scored as the teams put up 563 runs combined, but it was Mymms (283-7) who came out on top, chasing down LGC’s 280-3.
At the top of the table, Welwyn (250-4) handed Potters Bar (130) their first loss in five games, while Harpenden (144-2), behind another century from Ben Frazer, beat Hemel Hempstead (141) and Radlett (169) bowled out Sawbridgeworth for 139.
In the other game, Bishop’s Stortford (231-9) jumped back into the top four with a 30-run win over Stevenage (201).