Lansdown seal Sunday silverware
NORTH SOMERSET LEAGUE Lansdown made certain of the Globe Sports North Somerset Sunday Premier Division championship with a 77-run victory over their nearest challengers, Westbury & District, at Combe Park.
Dan Veal finished unbeaten on 52 as Lansdown recovered from the early loss of both openers, while Sam Athay (41no) also helped take the hosts to 230-6.
Only two Westbury players reached double figures in reply, with 46 extras boosting their total to 153 all out. Chris Day took 3-44 for Lansdown.
Westbury were victorious the following day, however, beating lowly Hinton Charterhouse by three wickets to deny Corsham the runners-up spot.
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Opener Richard Newport made 78 for Hinton, who posted 207-7, but Westbury reached their target with an over to spare.
Dunkerton beat Keynsham 2nds by four wickets in Division 2 after limiting their visitors to 133-7.
Robert Brown top-scored with 65 and then took 3-12 from eight overs for Farmborough in their 56-run Division 5 victory over Easton Cowboys 2nds.
Visiting Farmborough made 185 after electing to bat first, with Matthew Knight contributing 35 and extras 36.
Keynsham 3rds lifted the Butcombe Twenty20 Cup after a 58-run victory over Knowle in the final.
Chris Britton was Keynsham's match-winner, taking 4-16 to help bowl Knowle out for 94 at Ironmould Lane after his side had made 152-5.
Lansdown's Sunday side missed out on the chance of a double triumph in the Plate final as they went down by four wickets to Cheddar.
Opener Darren Barnes hit 51 and Dean Book 22 for the Premier Division champions, who could only muster a below-par 106 all out in 17.5 overs.
Cheddar wrapped up the win with seven balls to spare, despite a couple of wickets for Shaun Thomas (2-23).