Woolpit made it three wins out of three in their Two Counties Championship Division 1 game against Lakenheath with a match which was reduced to 40 overs a side.
The six wicket victory came thanks to a partnership between Ryan Newcombe and Tom Sidhu who scored 48 and 29 respectively.
Baugh and Palmer put on 67 for Lakenheath before Baugh was run out whilst backing up for 41. The Lakenheath batsmen tried to accelerate the scoring rate, but this was difficult against some accurate bowling and the difficult conditions.
Palmer was caught at long on for 39, and some good running by Leech and Hawley kept advancing the score.
Woolpit continued to take wickets at important times and limited Lakenheath to 148 for 5 from their 40 overs. Barry Collins returned the best bowling figures with 2-38 from his 10 overs.
In reply Will Parker and Andy Northcote put on 37 before the former was caught behind off the bowling of Baugh.
Woolpit then struggled though the middle overs, as tight bowling and a slowly increasing run rate put pressure on the batsmen. Northcote fell for 10, closely followed by Olly Melville-Ross for 24 and Tom Whiteman for 3.
Despite the innings looking in trouble Newcombe and Sidhu showed maturing well beyond their years to not only keep up with the scoring rate, but take their team past the required total with just over an over to go.
The 2nd XI lost by by 7 wickets to Walsham le Willows and then went on to beat Mistley 2nd XI by 8 wickets while the 3rd XI also won their match against Bardwell 1st XI by 3 wickets.
Meanwhile, the Woolpit Sunday XI also won their game against Great Waltham Sunday 1st XI.