WINTERBOURNE ended the season on a buoyant note, skittling their way to a six-wicket win over Suttoners seconds to finish sixth in County Division 4 West.

The hosts, who bowled first, picked up an early wicket when Chris Breeze bowled Twigg for 10.

Skipper Ryan Hughes failed to make any impression in his five over spell, and with Nick Lawrence also wicketless, Suttoners passed 50 with one-wicket down. The breakthrough came when Manny Gurung threw down the stumps to run Robinson out for 12.

Newman then bowled dangerman Murphy for 67 to leave Suttoners 104-3 after 26 overs.

Wickets then fell at regular intervals as Gurung bowled Haymen for nine and then specialist death bowler Nick Lawrence returned to take three wickets in 11 balls. Suttoners closed their innings on 178-7 after 45 overs.

Craig Johnson started with good intent, hitting 12 runs off his first five balls, but edged the very next ball behind to give Suttoners some early hope.

Matt Windows fell for 17, driving straight back to Hopkins and Jamie Harvey was trapped LBW by the same bowler a few overs later for 64.

Manny Gurung came and went for a quick 15 and it was left to Ed Dadd (32*) and Matt Newman (21*) to see Winterbourne home for the loss of four wickets.

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