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and is also available for this weekend's game against Sudbury before returning home.
New Zealand batsman Timothy McIntosh has arrived on a two week deal in a bid to boost Norwich's survival chances and although he responded with a half century and a wicket, it was not enough to secure a much needed victory.
Watson went on to take season's best figures of four for 54, but ninth wicket pair Imran Sheikh and Ryan Chamberlain dug in to deny Norwich. Sheikh was eventually dismissed by McIntosh from the last ball of the match as Clacton closed on 194 for nine to maintain a 17 point cushion above the Norfolk side.
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Reece O'Connell who had also starred in Horsford's win over Swardeston at Manor Park in May added 51 for the fourth wicket with Caswell (26) to ease the visitors' nerves. O'Connell hit 67, including nine fours, to take Horsford to within four runs of victory and although he and Ryan Findlay both fell before the job was completed, the visitors won in the 37th over.
Chris Brown's side had failed to win in six completed games on the road this season before Saturday, but the captain took matters into his own hands as his five wicket haul at The Common set up a four wicket victory.
A second victory of the season looked on the cards for Norwich when Clacton were quickly reduced to eight for three with Aaron Watson claiming two early wickets.
Soon after the break he struck again with the key dismissal of Sims for 41 and although Swardeston skipper Mark Thomas plundered a quick 18no, he ran out of partners as Luke Caswell (three for 31) mopped up the tail. Swardeston were all out for 106 in the 34th over, with Brown taking five for 15 from eight overs, his second five wicket bag of the season.
He hit 62 and featured in an opening stand of 126 with Erik Laubscher (67), while Ashley Watson made 31 as Norwich posted 245 for nine from their 66 overs.
Norwich drafted in a Test star for their trip to relegation rivals Clacton, but were left frustrated as the hosts held out for a draw.
After a shaky start, with Carl Amos departing third ball to Ryan McCone, Mallards regrouped with middle order contributions from Gerrie Snyman (77) and Peter Free (42). Both men fell to James Hale and although McCone picked up three more late wickets, Mallards batted through to reach 202 for eight at the close.
twice more, removing Matthew Warnes and Daniel Clark.
Second placed Vauxhall Mallards were unable to take advantage of Swardeston's slip as they drew at Great Witchingham.
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But the introduction of off spinner Brown sparked a dramatic collapse as he quickly removed Hatwell, Peter Lambert, Ian Tufts and Will Rist to leave the hosts on 81 for six at lunch.
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Swardeston elected to bat first and at 71 for two, with star duo Richard Sims and Jaden Hatwell having added 47 for the third wicket, they seemed on course for a respectable total.
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