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All 4 'Dons' sides were in action on Saturday, looking to up at the top of their respective divisions.

 

The 1s hosted Ticknall at The HSG Oval. The skipper continued his poor form at the toss and lost yet another one, seeing the Dons bat first under gloomy skies. It was tough going with only Michael Mitchell making above 30 in the top 6. Joe Ashdown made 47 n.o to and some lower order resistance took the final total to a competitive 221-9. The reply started well for the visitors, taking advantage of some wayward bowling. Either side of a rain break there openers had added 120. Paul Allen made a double breakthrough, removing both, which kicked the Dons into life, with spinners Chris Windmill (3-61) and Joe Ashdown (4-16) leaving the visitors hanging on in the end at 202-9. 

 

The 2s travelled to Selston. Having won the toss and bowled it did not quite go to plan for the Dons, as the home side racked up 246-8, with Ciaran Ellard (3-56) and Isacc Scotton (2-25) the pick. The Dons in reply chased them down in textbook style. Contributions form Paul Edwards (36), Jack Hurst (57) Sam Stephens (48n.o) and Jack Gorbert (35 n.o) saw the Dons cruise home 5 down with 4 overs to spare.

 

The 3s hosted Alrewas at The HSG Oval. The Dons were put into bat and struggled early on. Chintan Desai came in at 6 to saved the innings making 70 n.o as the Dons posted 181-7. The visitors were never in the hunt in reply as Matt Hind took 5-35 as they clung on to the draw at 137-9.

 

The champaign moment of the day came at Appleknowle as the 4s continued there good form. Batting first the Dons racked up 238-6 with the skipper Simon Bassett batting through for a run a ball 110. Ben French (33) and Charlie Rigg (36n.o) gave good support. The home side had no answer after the break as they were rolled for 68, James Fisher taking 5-28.

 

A decent weekend for the Dons, and with 6 rounds to go all 4 sides are still in the hunt for honours

 

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