Maiden 100s from 13 year old Alex Winiarski and Ally Pettit were the highlight of a profitable weekend for WBCC's teams.

The 1st XI welcomed Bottesford to Stamford Road and after winning the toss batted first amassing a huge 325-4 off 48 overs with Ally Pettit smashing his first hundred for the club. Ably assisted by John Spragg (84) and Andy Sharpe (53*) the total of 325 was as high as can be remembered!

In reply Bottesford were going along well and had reached 206-4 before Pettit decided to do the business with his bowling as well. His spell of 5-33 saw the visitors collapse to 216 all out.

The 2nd XI moved into 2nd spot in Division D with a convincing win at Gedling and Sherwood. Bowling first the home side can only muster 132 all out with Dom Evans to the fore with an impressive spell of 6-1-15-6

New boy Ahmed Yousafzai carried on from last week, this time against him former side, with 62* as the 2s romped home in the 24th over.

The 3rd XI went down to a strong Hucknall 3rd XI mainly thanks to the efforts of Mr E.Xtras (41). Scott Berridge's 55, Joe Mac's 38 and Tom Evans' 35 all helped the 3s reach 170 of their 45 overs.

Hucknall made it home though with 2 overs to spare with some wayward bowling not helping the WBCC cause.

The 4th XI made it three out of three against Notts and Arnold Ams 5th XI. 13yo wicketkeeper Alex Winiarski continued his great early season form with a magnificent 100*, retiring hurt. Skipper Dave Snowden (35*) chipped in as a total of 228-4 was reached.

The home side struggled from the off with another 13yo, Ben Weaver taking 3 early wickets. Craig James continued his spell of getting small boys and girls out as he claimed 4 wickets reducing the home side to 83 all out.