Devon v Oxfordshire
The loss of a wicket in the first over didn't help the Devon's start to their innings.. Singles could have been run and ones could have been twos
There were some partnerships, but runs came slowly and though Ellie Ingham-Hill scored 47, it was a shame that the lower order weren't able to stay with her. Sadly Devon were bowled out
Ellie Holland (6-1-18-0), returning from injury bowled well as did Emily Martin (6-2-4-1) and Morgan Harrison-Hooton (9-1-26-2).
Devon v Essex
Devon shared the wicket taking against Essex, with Sophie Florides, Evie Pitman, Rose Ball and Olivia Churcher each taking 2. Immy Beasley not only stumped the last girl in for Essex but also secured a runout
Essex were all out for 193.
Unfortunately the extras from Devon totalled 70! Which was to put pressure on Devon's batting.
Opener Immy Beasley batted beautifully for her 73 off 66 balls and gave Devon the best possible start, but was given lbw in the 29th over and Devon were on 99-3. Ellie Ingham-Hill also batted well for her 39, but a batting collapse from middle and lower order left Devon very short of runs - those extras from the first innings certainly didn't help!
Essex won by 45 runs.
Devon v Warwickshire
Despite having not won their first two matches, and facing Warwickshire in their final match, what a better way to finish their festival with a convincing win!
Devon won the toss and elected to bat. Despite losing an early wicket Immy Beasley (33) and Daisy Meadowcroft (35) put Devon in a good position with a 62 partnership. Rose Ball put on a quick 39 as did Holly Elsworth (31). Devon batted their 40 overs for 185-8.
Warwickshire confident with wins at Malvern went into bat. Emily Martin (4-0-18-2) was to claim the wicket in the second over. Sophie Florides (6.2-1-17-2) who bowled very economically was to claim the last over. Warwickshire were bowled out by Devon for 153. Olivia Churcher (5-1-16-3) and Morgan Harrison-Hooton (8-2-43-2) and Rose Ball (7-3-15-1) were the other wicket takers.
Devon won by 32 runs