Bragging rights for Ordsall men

Ordsall and Bridon.  Front, l-r: James Crookes, Roger Wells, Marc Brewer, Aaron Haycock (Captain), David Fagan.  Back, l-r: James Brice, Robert McLeod, Simon Davison, Stewart Parkin, Ashley Corrie, George Appleyard  (w110527-7a)
Ordsall and Bridon. Front, l-r: James Crookes, Roger Wells, Marc Brewer, Aaron Haycock (Captain), David Fagan. Back, l-r: James Brice, Robert McLeod, Simon Davison, Stewart Parkin, Ashley Corrie, George Appleyard (w110527-7a)

ORDSALL Bridon secured bragging rights over local rivals Retford with a 104-run demolition on Saturday.

The Bassetlaw Championship derby saw the visitors to Cricket Field Lane set an imposing 247 for 9, thanks to knocks of 65 and 48 from Aaron Haycock and Marc Brewer respectively.

Darren Spooner was Retford’s best bowler, taking 4 for 61.

But there were no stand out performances with the bat for Retford, as they were skittled for 143.

Simon Davidson did the damage for Ordsall Bridon with 6 for 35, as his side took 20 points and the disappointed hosts took five.

Retford will hope to bounce back on Saturday when they visit Glapwell, while Ordsall Bridon host Championship leaders Worksop.

North Wheatley with Leverton were beaten by eight wickets by Farnsfield at Station Lane last weekend.

In Division One, Everton had a losing draw against Newark Ransome and Marles, making just 181 for 8 after their opponents had set a total of 253 for 6.

Gareth Campion starred with the bat for Everton, notching 67 runs.

Division Two side Retford II were beaten by a mammoth 194 runs by Glapwell’s second string.

Ordsall Bridon II tied with Lea Park, both sides making 245 runs at Ordsall.

For the hosts Simon Bingham scored 101, Stuart Parkin supporting with 43 runs of his own.