Matt Folkes devastating spell of bowling put Gawcott & Hillesden on top before heavy rain at tea stopped their quest for an season-opening victory against Gayton at the Richard Roper Field on Saturday afternoon.
A spell of good bowling and fielding had put Alex Piggott’s side in the driving seat with opener Colin Piggott picking up three for 11.
Kyle Bennion and Findley Clark kept plugging away as the visitors were finding runs hard to come by.
The introduction of the slow left arm of Matt Folkes saw Gayton’s innings come to a quick end as they were dismissed for just 59. Folkes finishing with very impressive figures of four for 9.
Moments after the end of the innings, with tea taken, the rain came to finish the game.
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