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Ashwin's awesome final over secures nail-biting victory for Uppingham




Uppingham Town ended Bourne's reign as Stamford Charity Cup holders after a nail-biting semi-final success in Monday's meeting at the Abbey Lawn.

Town successfully defended their 112 total with a rousing finale to clinch a three-run win after a tense final over.

Bourne had needed just five runs from the last six balls to secure a second successive final spot, but Alex Ashwin dismissed the dangerous Sam Evison before bowling Tom Bentley off the final ball to secure their cup final place against Market Deeping who beat Barnack by six wickets.


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