Botany Bay clinched promotion from Herts Cricket League Division One after recording a seven-wicket win against Kings Langley.
Bay won the toss and elected to bowl. A good display with the ball from the Botany attack saw Kings dismissed for 185.
The wickets were shared amongst the bowlers. Jason Coleman took two for 49, Danny Muschamp ended with two for 40, Dan Kastelik claimed two for 39 and Greg Harris secured three for 41.
The Bay reply was spearheaded by opener Kasey Harris. He scored 93 not out and Kastelik’s knock of 57 not out helped guide Botany to victory and promotion.
Holtwhites Trinibis’ relegation from Division One was confirmed as they lost by ten wickets to Ampthill Town.
Holtwhites were skittled for just 99 and Town eased to victory in the 16th over without loss.
Northampton Exiles secured a one-wicket win over Rickmansworth in a low scoring contest in Division Four.
Ricky batted first but could only muster the sub-par total of 108 all out. That almost proved enough but Exiles chased down the runs with one wicket in hand.
North Enfield’s penultimate Division Three match of the season ended in a draw against Chipperfield Clarendon.
North Enfield fielded first but could not restrict their opponents from running up a score of 250 for seven. North Enfield’s reply was slow and they ended on 148 for eight after their allotted 47 overs.
Winchmore Hill’s dismal Middlesex County Cricket League Division Two campaigned continued with an 85-run loss against Harrow St Marys.
Harrow scored 221 for eight and that proved too much as Hill were dismissed for just 136.
Enfield suffered 31-run loss against Brentham after a poor batting display. Brentham posted just 133 but that was more than enough for victory as Enfield were skittled out for just 102.