BARNSTAPLE & Pilton will go into their final game of the season, away to Abbotskerswell, 100 per cent safe from relegation after beating bottom side Cockington by four wickets. Barum were the team Cockington had to catch to save their skins and they had o

BARNSTAPLE & Pilton will go into their final game of the season, away to Abbotskerswell, 100 per cent safe from relegation after beating bottom side Cockington by four wickets.Barum were the team Cockington had to catch to save their skins and they had one chance at catching them.Defeat means Cockington will be going down with Plymouth Civil Service, who were eight-wicket losers at home to Shobrooke Park.Barnstaple Cockington struggled for runs against the McEndoo brothers - Henry (3-42) and George (2-33). Steve Moore bowled 13 overs for 16 runs as Corries limped to 126 for eight.When Shaun Needham was fifth out at 85, he had made 62 of them. Neil Stanlake chipped in with 21.Barnstaple took no chances knocking off the runs, which they did with four overs to spare. Lee Cole (37), Tom Popham (27) and Martin Collier (24no) all contributed to the chase. The wickets were largely shared between Shaun Needham (3-29) and brother Matt (2-29).l BIDEDFORD were on the wrong end of a 138-run drubbing at Heathcoat, who are on their way back to the A Division as runners-up behind Abbotskerswell.Pete Randerson top scored with 52 and put on 80 for the fourth wicket with Bryn Latchem (31) in Heathcoat's 230 all out. Joe Smith (25) and Guy Bucknall (34) both chipped in. Mike Warne was the pick of the Biddy bowlers with four for 66. Josh King took three for 49.Liam Lewis (5039) and skipper Paul Elliott (2-20) them bowled Heathcoat to their second successive promotion as Bideford were dismissed in the 31st of their 46 overs.After Matt Allin (19) and Warne (17) went out, Bideford lost their last five wickets for 21 runs.l DEPLETED Sidmouth took a tonking when they ran into A Division promotion chasers Hatherleigh, who shot them out for 91 and knocked off the runs for the loss of two wicktets.