WILTSHIRE boys’ U10s faced Gwent last week and batted first.

Toby Day (24) and Sam Ashman (23) both hit useful contributions as the County were bowled out for 109. However, despite Alfie Weaver picking up two wickets and a solid display with the ball, Gwent won by two wickets.

The U11 boys recorded their second win of the season when beating neighbours Oxfordshire at home.

Batting first, Nicolas Viljoen hit a fine 56 and Finlay Fielder chipped in with 40 as Wiltshire posted 162-8 from 40 overs.

In reply, Freddie Higton’s 4-31 led the way for the county’s 17-run win as Oxfordshire were bowled out for 145.

Tom Spencer’s 79 helped Wiltshire U12s boys to 158-8 in their match against Gwent.

Ben Howgrave-Graham’s 3-13 helped the county restrict their opponents to 156-7, giving his side a two-run success.

Kian Chivers and Bryce Furlong took three wickets apiece as the boys’ U14s dismissed Dorset for 93.

Ed Wade (52) and Josh Smith (30) then led Wiltshire to a 10-wicket success.

Wiltshire U15s produced a thrilling performance as they snatched victory from the jaws of defeat at Gloucestershire.

Bowling first, the county bowled their Clifton College hosts out for 140, with with Jayden Atkinson taking 3-39.

Sam Singa’s 45 helped put Wiltshire in the driving seat. However, the visitors required a 37-run 10th wicket partnership between Purton first-teamer Keron Bennett-Thomas (36 not out) and Wil Fletcher.

The girls U13s were bowled out for 69, with only Katie Dolman reaching double figures against Worcestershire, who went on to win by nine wickets.

There was better news for the girls U17s who had been in T20 action.

In two matches, they recorded an eight-wicket defeat against Devon but victory by 43 runs over Dorset.

Rosie Pembroke scored 39 not out against Devon, while Ellie Thompson took two wickets against Dorset.