BRAUNTON lost by 111 runs at Tavistock in an A Division game with nothing riding on it at all. Tavistock's relegation fate was already settled before the latest round of fixtures, while Braunton knew they were safe from the drop. Left-hander Dave Manning

BRAUNTON lost by 111 runs at Tavistock in an A Division game with nothing riding on it at all.Tavistock's relegation fate was already settled before the latest round of fixtures, while Braunton knew they were safe from the drop.Left-hander Dave Manning blasted a typically ebullient 82, which contained eight fours and four sixes, as Tavvy posted 210 for eight.Manning and Andy Kaitiff (19) put on 55 for the third wicket with Steve Luffman also making 19 as he and Maning added 49. Ian Gray opened up with 25.Jon Baglow (2-33) and Fraser James (2-41) were the best of the Braunton bowlers. Mark Mitchell, who bowled two overs for 24, runs, didn't fare so well.Braunton were gunned down by Tavvy's South African paceman Steve Dembitzer, who bagged six wickets for nine runs. Three of those wickets came in the same over.Andy Paddison made 64 of Braunton's 99 all out. Mitchell was the only other batter to reach double figures.