Alex has a day to remember for Timsbury
FIFTEEN-year-old Alex Day hit his maiden century in Timsbury's 98-run home win over Stapleton in the WEPL's Second XI League.
The youngster smashed 11 fours and seven sixes off 90 balls and helped his side pile up 228-8, Will Millard reining back the scoring rate with a burst of 4-10.
Sam Hoddinott then claimed 3-14 from nine overs as Stapleton folded to 130-9.
Jake Williams (56) and Ian Thomas (51) shared an opening stand of 97 as Brislington eased to a five-wicket victory at Midsomer Norton, comfortably reaching their target of 179 in less than 38 overs.
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Paul Jenkins (80) top-scored with 80 in Clevedon's 108-run home defeat of Minehead, Richard Sullivan claiming 4-32.
Mitch Smit (94) and opener Tom Ford (52) helped Weston-super-Mare to an imposing 311-4 at Ilminster, who were then all out for 253, Stuart Roberts taking 5-55.
Thornbury were 14-run victors at Gloucester City Winget, Colin Blick top-scoring on 50 before there were three wickets apiece for Harry Cameron and James Slade.
Faz Shamin finished with 3-8 from four overs as Twyford House squeezed out an 11-run home win over Frenchay in the Bristol & District A XI League.
Paul Grant (2-2) and Keiron Barlow (2-23) also played their part in dismissing the visitors for 98 after Adrian Campbell (50) had earlier dominated Twyford's total of 109, George and Oliver Amos both finishing with three wickets.
Sam Hedges top-scored with 38 and Jack Brabham revved up the lower order with an unbeaten 20 as Bedminster under-15s battled to total 136 all out in their latest Gloucestershire Youth League clash, away to Gloucester City Winget.
But despite a tight early spell from Ethan Flanagan (2-19 from seven), the home side eased to a comfortable four-wicket triumph.
Winterbourne restricted Paulton to 170-8, but they were then dismissed for 124.