HENLEY U9s Panthers were at home for their second league game against a more experienced Maidenhead and Bray team.
The visitors batted first and scored 325-2 and in return the Panthers managed 241-4.
Despite the loss, the overall performance was seen as an improvement on the Panthers’ first game.
Highlight of the game included Alex Miles-Kingston taking the two wickets on his league debut.
Harry Stephens also did well to top the batting for the second week with 10.