WELLINGTON Under 15s maintained their great start to the cricket season when they entertained a young side representing several Quantock villages. 

Under bright sunshine, Wellington opted to take first use, but the early departure of Archie Evans halted the progress. This brought together the previous' week's heroes Brock Vallance and Oli Hutchings, who again went after the attack, finding boundaries at regular intervals. 

Vallance finally succumbed for 30 including 6 x 4s but skipper Hutchings continued to press and reached his retiring score of 52, Inc 5 x 4s and 4 x 6s, and at this stage a score well in excess of 200 was on the cards. 

The second half of the innings belonged to the visitors though, as only Ned Vellacott (17) and Oscar Milton (14) could reach double figures, as a challenging score of 152 was posted. 

The village youngsters showed great skill on their turn to bat with openers Theo and Harry scoring 44 and 35 and Wellington using all ten outfield players to bowl.

The run rate was climbing, and late wickets for Evans (2) and Vallance, meant there was never any real danger of the total being over hauled and another victory was secured.