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Wellington 199-5 Taunton 130-9

Wellington produced another stellar T20 show on Monday evening when they travelled to take on WEPL Premier Two (Bristol and Somerset Division) side Taunton in the First Round of the Somerset Cricket Board’s Major Knockout Cup and Arron Campbell’s side did well in all areas of the game once more and unseated one of the premier County Town sides for the second time in a week following their Baker Cup First Round win over holders Taunton Deane A seven days

Wellington 3rd XI 169-8 South Petherton 2nd XI 170-3

Wellington 3rd XI took this Somerset League Division Seven South game to the wire at early season leaders South Petherton 2nd XI last weekend, but came out with a seven wicket loss with just over three overs to spare for the home side. After David Derrick was out with the score on seven Wellington’s third string, who had been put into bat, saw Dave Luxton, making his first appearance of the season, and Andy Hurry add 93 second wicket runs

Wellington 2nd XI 203-5 Leigh-on-Mendip 184

Wellington 2nd XI won for only the second time in their last 21 Somerset League games as they made the long trek to Leigh-on-Mendip last weekend and came back with 35 most welcome points and are in seventh place in the SCL’s Division Five. Macaulay Campbell was in charge of the team on the day and he was asked to bat after the home side won the toss and saw Trevor Brooks and Callum Hendy, who are becoming a good

Wellington 132 Frome 55

Wellington are sixth in the early season West of England Premier League Somerset Division table after this resounding home win over Frome last weekend when 2018’s divisional runners up were rushed out in just 27 overs of a game that lasted some 67.1 overs of the 100 on offer. Arron Campbell opted to bat on winning the toss and saw Sam Whitefield and Neil Hendy put on a solid 52 for the opening wicket as Whitefield made it to 18

Taunton Deane A 143-7 Wellington 144-2

Wellington set the 2019 Baker Cup alight in the grand manner when they saw off holders Taunton Deane A by eight wickets with 23 balls to spare last Monday evening in this First Round match at the Convent Field. At 130-3 with each of Thomas (16), Sharland (44) and Harlow (40) in good form with the bat the Cup holders who play their league cricket in WEPL’s Premier Two Bristol and Somerset Division were in with a good chance of

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