BRAUNTON are stuck at the bottom of the Premier Division following a 130-run drubbing at Bovey Tracey. With Andrew de-Boorder leading the way with 137 not out, Bovey clattered along to 291 for five. There were stands of 37 with Chris Bradley, caught at mi

BRAUNTON are stuck at the bottom of the Premier Division following a 130-run drubbing at Bovey Tracey.

With Andrew de-Boorder leading the way with 137 not out, Bovey clattered along to 291 for five.

There were stands of 37 with Chris Bradley, caught at mid-wicker for 14 and another of 58 with Andy Kingdon (17), who was typically caught in the deep going or his shots.

The main event was a stand of 120 between de-Boorder and Andy Fairbairn, whose contribution was 57 off 42 balls.

For Braunton to have any chance of avoiding defeat they needed former Somerset and England man Mark Lathwell to dig in for the duration, That plan went out of the window when he was bowled at the end of an extended first over from Charlie Carter.

Barney Huxtable was on and out for two, which brought Andy Paddison out to join Reichstein.

Paddison played his shots from the off on the way to 44 and with Reicstein making 27 and James Windsor 33 the visitors were 125 for four.

Chris Bradley (4-29) and de-Boorder ran through the middle order as four wickets went for 12 runs.

Baglow (20no) delayed the inevitable for a while, but time was a Bovey's side as they skittled Braunton out with more than 10 overs to go.