Park plunders first Premier League ton for Bury

CRICKET - T20 - Mildenhall (batting) v Bury (Fielding)

Pictured: Jule Reed (Mildenhall) ANL-161007-231755009
CRICKET - T20 - Mildenhall (batting) v Bury (Fielding) Pictured: Jule Reed (Mildenhall) ANL-161007-231755009

GIBBS DENLEY

EAST ANGLIAN

PREMIER LEAGUE

Horsford 150-8

drew with 
Bury 229-9

Sean Park plundered his first Premier League century for Bury in a rain-affected clash at Horsford.

Park smashed 108 off 76 balls and was well supported by Callum Taylor (51) and Alfie Marston (33).

The highlight of the Bury innings was a fifth-wicket partnership of 114 in a reduced overs match.

In reply, Horsford started well and at one stage were 94-1, but the run rate was too much.

Wickets fell at regular intervals with Taylor and Tom Robotham taking three each.

The hosts ended on 150-8 with Bury taking an important 15 points and Horsford just eight.

n In Marshall Hatchick Two Counties Division Four, Bury II beat Woodbridge by eight wickets.

Bury hosted Woodbridge, who were all out for 93, with Mark Nunn taking four wickets.

Ian Plumb scored 58 in the reply.

n In Division Five, Bury III lost to Witham by 107 runs.

Witham posted 257-6, with opener Hart scoring 113 not out.

Billy Riddick was the pick of the bowlers with 3-37.

Bury scored 150 in reply in what was a one-man show by Glenford Boyce, who scored 104 with only Alex Malcolm (12 not out) keeping him company.

n In Division Nine West, Bury IV lost to Nowton by six wickets.

Bury scored 209-5 as Alex Sujith made 68 not out and Simon Aldous with 53.

Nowton batted well to win with 210-4.

n On Sunday, Bury took part in the EAPL Twenty/20 at Woolpit.

Bury scored 143 (Comber 41 off 31) and Coyle with 22, but they were beaten by Mildenhall in the semi-final.

Nunn was the pick of the bowlers with 27 runs off four overs.

Greene King players of the week: Sean Park, Calum Taylor, Alfie Marston, Mark Nunn, Ian Plumb, Glenford Boyce and Alex Sujith.

n Tomorrow, Bury host Norwich, Bury II are at Walsham Le Willows, Bury III entertain Ipswich II and Bury IV travel to Exning.

On Sunday, Bury host Sudbury, while Bury II are at Edwardstone.

The Ladies are away to Battisford.