England bowler Mark Wooden makes low-key comeback for beginner aspect Ashington in North East Premier League defeat by Shotley Bridge
- Wooden made simply 4 batting at No 3 for Ashington and bowled 4 overs
- England assistant coach Collingwood guided Shotley Bridge to six-wicket win
- England spinners Leach and Bess had been among the many wickets Within the Championship
Mark Wooden went wicketless, was dismissed for single figures and subjected to a six-wicket defeat by the hands of Paul Collingwood’s Shotley Bridge in his return to motion on Saturday,
England quick bowler Wooden made simply 4 batting at No 3 for Ashington within the North East Premier League contest and bowled 4 overs as fifth change in a low-key comeback.
Wooden’s Durham team-mate Matthew Potts took three wickets for the house workforce as Ashington had been dismissed for 219 and England assistant coach Collingwood then guided his aspect to the goal with an unbeaten 26.
England bowler Mark Wooden made a low-key comeback for beginner aspect Ashington on Saturday
Within the Championship, England spinners Jack Leach and Dom Bess had been among the many wickets.
Leach took three for 43 to assist Somerset to victory over Leicestershire. He was ably supported by Craig Overton, who completed with an exemplary return of 5 for 25 together with 10 maidens.
Bess, who left Somerset to flee Leach’s shadow and lead Yorkshire’s spin assault, took 5 for 33 at Hove.
There was additionally a long-awaited century for Notts’ Haseeb Hameed, with the one-time England opener elevating his bat for the primary time since April 2019.
He made 111 of his workforce’s 276 all out towards Worcestershire and added one other 37 not out within the follow-on.