KIDMORE END are still searching for their first Division 1 win of the season after suffering an eight-wicket defeat at EVERSLEY on Saturday.
A depleted Kidmore End side were under pressure from the off and were soon in trouble at 10-2.
A heavy shower slowed the wicket significantly and lusty hitting from David New and sensible batting from Joe Dixon led to a temporary recovery.
After two-thirds of the overs Kidmore had limped to 56-4. This caused Jeff Sheldon to drop anchor and Abid ul-Wahab to counter attack.
The two put on almost 50 runs together with ul-Wahab scoring 32. A third flurry of wickets meant that Frost and Sheldon had to help Kidmore End finish off their overs and try to squeeze out as many runs as possible.