PEPPARD STOKE ROW KITES recorded a nine-wicket success at home to HILLINGDON MANOR on Sunday.
Hamish Scott returned figures of 3-10 with the new ball, while debutant Under-15 Will Atkinson also showed huge potential in a tidy outing.
The introduction of left-arm spinner Chris Humphreys proved crucial in the demise of the visitors, as he took four wickets for 19 runs.
Gary Legg ended the innings when he took two wickets in two balls —â€“ both caught by Fergus Nutt with the latter a particularly fine effort.
Brett Everett opened the batting the Kites, striking the ball all round the wicket until he was caught at long-on for 42.
After being dropped in the same position next ball, Nutt dominated the bowling before retiring on 50.
Fellow under-19 Max Baker-Smith then hit a chance-less 29 not out, before Satheech Elaganathan finished the contest with a boundary through square leg.