THE wet weather caused havoc with league fixtures on Saturday with many matches being abandoned after
THE wet weather caused havoc with league fixtures on Saturday with many matches being abandoned after being started.
In Division 2A visitors to Gallowstree Common CHENIES AND LATIMER were relegated after failing to secure enough points against hosts KIDMORE END. Batting first the visitors put on 177-7 with Guy Ashby taking 3-29 for the hosts. In reply Kidmore End faced one over and were 5-0 when rain stopped play.
HENLEY 2nds secured the Division 2B title after their match at ROYAL ASCOT, the only side able to catch then, was abandoned. The hosts, batting first, put on 204-6 and in reply Henley were on 135-4 with Zac Jones on 53 not out when play was halted.
Elsewhere in the division WARGRAVE remain in the relegation zone after going down to a three-wicket defeat at BURNHAM 2nds.
Batting first the visitors were bowled out for 197 with Imran Malik top scoring with 70. In reply Burnham triumphed after putting on 200-7 with Huw Thomas taking 3-58 for the visitors.
HENLEY 3rds’ hopes of survival in Division 4B look slim as they remain rooted to the foot of the table after their match with COOKHAM DEAN 2nds at Nettlebed was abandoned.
The visitors were on 196-9 when rain stopped play with Nick Johnson and Alex Gill taking three wickets each for the hosts. WARGRAVE 2nds remain top of Division 6B despite their match with visitors ALDERSHOT 3rds being abandoned.
Batting first the visitors were bowled out for 150 with Razwan Hanif taking 5-31. In reply Chis Lunn hit 65 not out as Wargrave reached 98-4 before rain brought an end to the match. KIDMORE END 2nds lost out by four wickets away to MAIDENHEAD AND BRAY 3rds in their Divsion 7A clash.
Batting first Kidmore End were bowled out for 129 with the hosts easing to 130-6 in reply to secure the win. Elsewhere in the division HENLEY 4ths remain in the relegation zone after losing by five wickets at YATELEY 3rds.
Batting first the visitors were bowled out for 166 with Sean Taylor top scoring with 31. In reply Yateley eased to 167-5 to win the match in just under 28 overs. KIDMORE END 3rds remain third from bottom in Division 9A after their match with COVE 5ths was abandoned. Batting first the visitors were bowled out for 114 and in reply Kidmore End looked on course to win the match on 68-1 when rain stopped play.