Six wickets from Tom Bolt helped Enfield to a seven-wicket win over Winchmore Hill on Saturday

Bolt's six-wicket haul helps Enfield to Winchmore win

Bolt's six-wicket haul helps Enfield to Winchmore win

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Six wickets from Tom Bolt helped Enfield to a seven-wicket win at Winchmore Hill in Division Two of the Middlesex County Cricket League on Saturday.

Visitors Enfield won the toss and elected to bowl first, with Bolt striking early to remove opener Tobi Claridge for a duck.

The wickets of Benedict Relf and Mark Barrell soon followed, leaving the hosts reeling on 40 for three.

Tom Ludlam's knock of 57 steadied the ship, taking the score to 140 before Bolt dismissed him too.

Scott Newman top-scored with 70 to help Winchmore to a total of 213.

Leo Smith (four for 65) assisted Bolt in removing the lower order with minimal fuss.

The visitors reached 218 for the loss of just three wickets to claim the win.

Jack Plumb was removed for just three but a score of 83 not out from Joe Naughton and 63 from Kyal Bacchus-Brown proved pivotal.

Delarey Terblanche finished with two for 62 from his 14 overs for the hosts.

Holtwhites Trinibis suffered a six-wicket defeat at the hands of St Albans in the Saracens Hertfordshire League Division One.

Put into bat, hosts Holtwhites were dismissed for 154 after 46 overs.

In response, St Albans reached 156 for four in 35.3 overs.

Holtwhites sit bottom of the division after ten matches.

North Enfield won by 52 runs at home to Hatfield Hyde in Division Three.

Inserted into bat after losing the toss, the hosts made 194 for six in 53 overs.

Hatfield were unable to match their hosts' total and were removed for 142 in 43 overs.

In Division Four, Northampton Exiles lost by 42 runs at Hatfield and Crusaders.

Having won the toss, the Exiles put their hosts into bat.

Hatfield and Crusaders made 202 all out in 46.4 overs before removing their visitors for 160 in 35 overs.

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