Eastbourne pounded despite Giddins

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Hastings, defending champions in the Sussex Premier League and current leaders, lost two early wickets at Eastbourne but Kirk Wernars and skipper George Campbell put together a century stand to put their side in a commanding position.

Kirk Wernars

Werners doing Hastings proud

Wernars made 61 and Campbell 49 to help towards at total of 257 for nine declared as veteran former England paceman Ed Giddins took 5-68, Stuart Pulford chipped in with 3-68.

Eastbourne struggled throughout before tumbling to 87 all out and they remain bottom after six matches.

Bromley Ed Giddins

Giddins, now aged 40, takes 5-68 but Eastbourne lose

Mick Glazier send the tail packing with 4-8 and Wernars set things tumbling with 2-29.

Roffey were put in at Bexhill and declared at 203 for eight with 43 from Josh Fleming and 40 from skipper Mick Norris.

Jamie Wicks took 3-57 and Calum Guest 2-53 for the home side.

Bexhill were them dismissed for 173 despite 87 from Aussie import Andrew Harriott.

For Roffey Andy McGorian took 4-42 as did Luke Barnard to give their side a fourth win of the season.

Preston Nomads made short work of dismissing East Grinstead for just 64 as Carl Simon took 4-16 and Matt Hobden 4-27.

In reply Nomads won the game by six wickets making 67 for four with 24 not out from skipper Jeremy Green. For the home side Lewis Hatchett took 3-25.

Worthing enjoyed their first win of the season following their promotion last year.

They dismissed Brighton and Hove for 140 with Chris Grammer making a top score of 30 as Benn Challen took 4-39 and Mason Crane 4-35.

Michael Gould then hit 61 as Worthing cruised to 117 for two.

At Chichester the home side were dismissed for 140 after being put in by Horsham.

Adam Zampa was top scorer, he made 45 as Hisam-ul-Haq took 3-57 and Sam Cushing 3-36.

Horsham tumbled to 106 all out despite 45 from skipper Craig Gallagher with Matt Geffen taking 3-23 and James Stedman mopping up the innings with 4-5.