Kenneady salvages draw
LANGLEY had to settle for a draw as they entertained third-placed Barnton.
The visitors chose to bat first and Coot and Farnworth took advantage of two dropped catches to plunder 139 off 25 overs, until Farnworth (35) was caught off the spin of Patterson.
Coot reached his century off just 82 balls and though Patterson (2-68) claimed a second wicket the runs continued to flow, but the left-arm pace of Danny Brown (4-49) proved a useful alternative as he took four middleorder wickets.
Coot finally departed for a superb 161 off 116 balls as Betteridge (2-50) claimed two wickets, but Barnton’s 273-9 off 45 overs was going to be a tough total to chase.
In reply Langley started well as Malik smashed 30 off 17 balls but the upper order then folded tamely as Brown (5) was caught at slip, Jacklin (6) was bowled and skipper Letven (4) suffered the same fate,
Langley were well behind the run rate at 57-4 off 14 overs but Kenneady and Chris Pattison defied some accurate bowling in a crucial stand, adding 119 runs before Pattison (36) chipped one to square leg.
Kenneady, on 80 when the last over started, hit four of the first five balls to the boundary and edged the final one to the fence to record his second century of the year as Langley closed on 218-7, taking 12 points.