Newmarket trainer John Gosden enjoyed an excellent one-two finish at the Epsom Derby at the weekend, as Golden Horn beat stable companion Jack Hobbs to win Britain’s richest flat race.
Famous jockey Frankie Dettori rode the 13-8 favourite to victory on Saturday afternoon, with Gosden’s other runner finishing in second place.
Fellow Newmarket trainer William Haggas completed the top three, with his entrant, Storm The Stars, coming in third spot.
In the cricket, Burwell secured just their second win of the East Anglian Premier League season after beating Saffron Walden by five wickets.
Alistair Allchin (5-39) and Graham Hume (4-24) helped bowl Saffron Walden all out for 106 runs, before Peter Richer (38) and Marc Pearson (35 not out) ensured Burwell reached the target with five wickets to spare.
In Two Counties Championship Division One, Mildenhall closed the gap on leaders Sudbury to five points, following a 20-run victory against Wivenhoe.
A century from Steve Taylor (117) saw Mildenhall finish on 251-6, with Stephen Lankester (4-61) bowling Wivenhoe all out for 231.
Worlington’s three-match winning run in Division One came to an end after a 72-run defeat away at Coggeshall.
After the hosts posted a score of 277-5, Worlington fell short finishing at 205-6.