Kidmore End 103
Windsor seconds stamped their authority on division 4b with a comprehensive victory over old adversaries Kidmore End at the Home Park on Saturday.
Batting first on a tricky wicket, Paul Huggins proved the corner stone of a resilient Windsor innings. Huggins stayed at the crease, whilst other less patient batsmen perished with Kidmore Ends Nash, proving to be the main assassin claiming a 6 wicket haul. With eyes firmly on reaching 200, the dismissal of Huggins saw Noble and Charters paired with only a few overs to get into the groove. Both batsmen settled quickly with big hitting Charters taking control smashing 54 as Windsor amassed an intimidating 223.
With a fine array of bowlers at his disposal, Skipper Edge played the role of the Sorcerors Apprentice as he changed the bowling round with stunning results. Edge and O’Shannassay set the standards with some fine aggressive bowling, they were followed by the fired up Endacott, the accuracy of Gould and the spin king Ashraf. All five shared the wickets aided by some inspired wicket-keeping by Rob Noble. Windsor wrapped up the game with kidmore End stranded on 103, 5 minutes before a rain shower would normally have brought a premature end to proceedings. Edge’s lottery numbers are yet to be discovered, but 25 points are firmly in the bag.