Feniton's ton-up batsman Alex Frankpitt

ROB Broomhead stared with bat and ball in Sampford Peverell & Tiverton’s 21-run win over Budleigh Salterton 2nd XI.

After openers Lee Hooper (33) and Sam Broomhead (33) took SP&T to 87 for two, Rob Broomhead was next best on 32 en-route to a total of 183 all out.

Spinner Joe Marley (4-24) dominated the Budleigh bowling, mopping up after James Plowman (3-26) posed earlier problems.

Budleigh Salterton's Joe Marley - four wickets in the game against Sampford PeverellBen Franks struck twice to leave Budleigh five for two. A stand of 107 between Steve Booth (50) and Jon Bubb (37) seemed to put the visitors back on course.

After Bubb was sixth out to Matt Summerfield, Budleigh stumbled.

Rob Broomhead took three for 20 as Budleigh dipped to 162 all out.

KENTISBEARE are still looking for a first league win since being promoted into the D Division East after suffering a 138-run defeat at Feniton.

Cullompton rugby player Alex Frankpitt was the man of the minute for Feniton with 111 off 95 balls – eight fours, three sixes – if a hefty total of 266 for nine.

Jonathan Pyle made 63 and put on 129 for the seventh wicket to rescue Feniton from 89 for six after a mauling from Ed Halse (4-45).

Kents failed to put any partnerships together greater than 30 in the top half of the order. By the time Alex Brooks (32) got in the game was getting away.

Captain Tom Martin made 22 in a losing cause down the order as John Buckland (4-29) was running through the tail to remove Kents for 128.

CLYST Hydon failed to build on their first day win over Sampford Peverell and Tiverton when the lost by four wickets at Honiton.

Graham Trude (31), Clinton Lewis (26) and Rob Randall (24) were the principal run getters in Hydon’s 137 all out.

Willy Graham and Corey Lapping had three wickets apiece.

Honiton opener Dave Haysom dropped anchor for an unbeaten 69 to see his side over the line.

Honiton were 60 for five when Graham (29) embarked on a stand of 78 with Haysom that settled the matter.

Chris Holmes (4-26) took the bowling plaudits for Hydon.

Winning captain James Pickard said Honiton’s performance was better in most areas than the day one showing against Upottery.

“We bowled a little better, even though there were still 23 wides.

‘Most of the time our lines were good and a slow outfield helped keep the runs down.

“Our bowlers kept things tight and Clyst Hydon needed to up the rate, however, they didn't get the chance to really get going.”

Pickard said a crumbly track and a slow outfield meant chasing 138 to win was tougher than it looked.

“We were five down very quickly due to some great bowling from Clyst Hydon, “ said Pickard.

“Dave Haysom batted brilliantly with Willy Graham and despite losing Willy we managed to knock the runs off six down.

“Overall a much better team effort and glad to get that first win.”

SANDFORD 2nd XI got into a winning position against Chardstock but could not make it pay and lost by 33 runs.

Gary Larcombe (42) and James Pyman (62) were the leading run getters in Chardstock’s 184 for seven. Nathan Copp chipped in 26 not out.

Sandford were 25 for three after running into Alex Watson (3-19) but looked in good shape at 106 for three with Shaun Hawkins (52) and Ben Clement (28) the not-out batters.

Tom Warren (3-45) broke the stand and it was downhill after that to 151 all out.

UPOTTERY are two from two behind Feniton at the top of the D Division East, but only after a struggle to beat Clyst St George.

It seemed Upottery had done the hard bit after Andrew Pulman (4-7) and Paul Wakefield (3-27) skittled Clyst for 96. Steve Bourke, who went in at 45 for five, top scored on 29.

Plain sailing it was not for Upottery as Bourke (3-28) got stuck into the top order.

Wickets fell regularly to Bertie Creer (2-14) and Sam Read (2-20) but an unbeaten 34 by James Mitcham got Upottery over the line with two wickets intact.