CRICKET: Gatting flays Ramsey bowler for 36 runs in an over

Ramsey bowler Tim Willis was smacked for six sixes in an over during the club's heavy National Club KO defeat on Sunday (May 8).

Tuesday, 10th May 2016, 9:13 am
Updated Tuesday, 10th May 2016, 10:17 am
Joe Gatting.

Willis, a left-arm seamer, suffered at the hands of former Sussex first-class professional Joe Gatting in a second round tie at crack Norfolk outfit Swardeston.

Gatting, the nephew of former England captain Mike Gatting and a former professional footballer at Brighton, finished his innings of 160 not out in spectacular style as the reigning East Anglian Premier Division champions piled up 346-8 in their 45 overs. Gatting struck eight sixes and 16 fours in total in an innings that occupied just 95 balls.

Willis finished with figures of 1-83 from seven overs, but Sam Latchford (5-67) returned decent figures for Ramsey who were dismissed for 126. Elliott Cafferkey (42) top scored for Ramsey.

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Peterborough Town’s scheduled second round tie was conceded by Buckingham Town. Town play away at Leicestershire-based Kibworth in the third round on May 29.



Second round

SARDESTON beat RAMSEY by 220 runs

Swardeston 346-8 (J. Gatting 160no, S. Latchford 5-67).

Ramsey 126 (E. Cafferkey 42, M. Taylor 3-15).