Chenies & Latimer back on the promotion trail
League leaders determined not to lose out this season
THAMES VALLEY LEAGUE DIVISION 3B Wooburn Narkovians 141 Chenies & Latimer 142-1 wrapped up a nine-wicket win in reply. Asad Ladha was unbeaten on 64.
Norwood said: “We lost out by such a fine margin last season, and this season has just been a continuation of that really – we’re determined it won’t happen again. It’s early days yet, but it’s been a good start.
“There are five of us who have played together since the U15s, so we’ve got quite a tight-knit squad, and our aim is to get back into Division Two, where we last were five or so years ago. We’ve been sitting in Division Three for too long now.”
Chalfont St Peter, meanwhile, who were relegated from Division 3b last summer, were themselves on the end of a nine-wicket hammering, by Ruislip in Division 4a, after being bowled out for a paltry 94.
Over in the Chiltern Cricket League, unbeaten leaders Penn & Tylers Green stayed top of Division One with a 66-run win over Binfield, while Winchmore Hill also preserved their unblemished record at the summit of Division Four with a six-wicket win over Denham seconds.