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McGeorge scored an unbeaten 70 as his team mates struggled to leave Saham all out for 84.
Saham Toney batsman Andrew McGeorge could only watch on in amazement during his side's nine wicket defeat at Norwich A in Division Two.
Great Witchingham A have taken over at the top of the table after a 15 run win at Hethersett Tas Valley, to take advantage of Dereham losing by six wickets at home against Swardeston B, with Alex Billham scoring 52 as the visitors reached 141 4.
Brooke have closed the gap on leaders Stow in Division One after a three wicket win at Bradfield.
Todd then smashed 68 with the bat to steer the league leaders to 219 8 and the win, Rob O'Donnell being the pick of the Swardeston bowlers with 4 49.
Chris Scannel unbeaten on 81. Rob Panter led the way with 48 for Brooke as they reached 187 7 for the win.
Richard Porter's unbeaten 106 did not prove in vain for Beccles A in Division Five though. George Sutton had scored 52 as visitors Norwich B were bowled out for 165, before Porter's century led Beccles to 168 2.
Joy of six for Ashmanhaugh Barton bowler Scott Hayes
Ashmanhaugh Barton Wanderers v Lowestoft Town cricket action at Barton Turf. Scott Hayes takes Lowestoft batsman Ross Chadwick's wicket. ANTONY KELLY
Ashmanhaugh Barton Wanderers v Lowestoft Town cricket action at Barton Turf. Lowestoft batsman Craig Guy. ANTONY KELLY
The north Norfolk side welcomed struggling Lowestoft Town to Barton Turf and decided to put the visitors into bat first.
The century was part of Sheringham's 175 8 at league leaders' Brooke A, who reached their target with three wickets to spare, with Nishant Murria top scoring with 57.
Will Hampson took 4 31 to help bowl Old Bucks out for 145, with fellow spinner Ethan Leten also taking three wickets.
Todd and Peter Barnard both took four wickets to restrict Swardeston A to 217 8, with Freddie Ruffel top scoring for the visitors with 83.
Narborough out for 164, with Nathan King making 52 during the pursuit.
Norwich A then lost just one wicket as they chased down their target successfully, Tom Goodley leading the way with an unbeaten 60.
Downham Town still look to be in control of the title race, after Adam Todd was their star man for the New Balance 996 Women Black
That follows Stow losing by three wickets at Acle after being bowled out for 232, with Ed Landymore scoring 94. Acle then reached 236 7, led by 89 from Geoff Handley, to take the 25 points.
Wes Neave scored an unbeaten 101 for Sheringham in Division Four but still ended up on the losing side.
Sprowston won their second match of the season and climbed off the bottom of the table when they upset third placed Old Buckenham.
Best of the restAldborough (Jamie Perry Warnes 84), Ashmanhaugh Barton Wanderers A (James Sheldrake 60), Beccles (Alex Wright 4 22), Bradenham (Patrick Dewing (63no, Ian Gibb 62), Dereham A (Neil Irons 51, Sam Widdows 50no), Diss A (Andy Horobin 4 10 and 60, Mark Brawn 61, John Rogers 4 25), Downham A (Dominic Corbett 4 29), Fakenham A (Grant Youngs 4 43, Harry Bammant 81, Billy Yarham 51), Garboldisham A (Lewis Taylor 58), Great Melton (Jack Pearce 50), Hales (Milton Lindsay 60), Horsford A (Matthew Wilkinson 134no, Alex Lincoln 4 50), Lowestoft A (Pete Sims 51, Matthew Reid 53no), Old Buckenham A (Ben Askew 51, Jon Briggs 51), Rocklands (Simon Mann 91no, Will Defoe 51no) Sprowston A (Ryan Clark 4 29), Stow New Balance 996 Deconstructed Women's (Trevor Marshall 90), Swaffham (Jasper Payne 62), Thetford A (Dave Newey 63), Topcroft (Harry Windridge 50).
Hayes then set about ripping the Lowestoft batting order apart and took six wickets for 34 runs in 13 overs to help bowl Lowestoft out for 177, with Daniel Jackson also taking three wickets.
Rob Purton was then the star batsman for Sprowston, scoring 63 as the home side reached 148 8 to secure the victory, despite slipping from 111 2 as Jon Lee took five wickets for the visitors.
Jack Cassidy (51) and Craig Beeden (50 not out) then both scored half centuries to steer the home side to 178 7 in 49 overs.
That defeat for Norwich allowed Old Catton to extend their lead at the top of the table to 44 points, with Max Rundle scoring an unbeaten 55 on their way to a six wicket home win against Ashmanhaugh Barton Wanderers A.
Thetford remain in control of the title race though, thanks to an eight wicket win at North Runcton A.
Brooke are now 24 points adrift of the leaders, thanks to Tom Nudd taking four wickets as Bradfield finished 184 9, with New Balance Ml574
Goldsmith scored 75 as Mallards reached 172 7 before taking five wickets to help bowl New Balance 1500 London
Steve Goldsmith was a star with bat and ball for Vauxhall Mallards A in Division Three.
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