Windsor 2nds 97 for 1 from 23.1 Overs (Chana 46*; Davis 39*)
Returning to The Home Park, Windsor 2nd team welcomed the visit of Stoke Green for what would become a repeat of the previous game from earlier in the season. Stoke Green skipper Bourne won the toss and chose to bat first on what looked a good Windsor wicket.
Windsor opening bowlers Borland and Hartridge immediately hit their strides, with Green finsing themselves 6 for 3 before the 8th over was completed. In a similar vein to the first match, the sheer pace and prescence of the Windsor seamers was too much for Green to cope with and when Hartridge took his 3rd wicket of the day (and 10th against Stoke Green this season) in the 21st over, the visitors were 6 down for under 50 and in trouble. The variation of Kellard and Thompson put paid to the rest of the Green batting order and they soon fell to 95 All Out off just 34.5 overs. Wickets were shared between all the bowlers, with Hartridge and Kellard finishing with 3, Borland and Thompson finished with 2 respectively.
Windsor’s reply started against the old ball and spin. Both McInerny and Chana started positively, but th former fell to a poor attempt to pull in the 8th over. Davis joined Chana and set about pusihing for victory. Under some intense pressure from Stoke Green, the Windsor pair would bat well together and cruised to victory in the 24th over. Chana finished 46 not out and Davis 39 not out.
Another speedy game from Windsor as managed to complete two victories over their local rivals in the league this season in less than 100 overs. With Harefield to follow in an crucial top of the table clash, Windsor look to push on in an effort to gain promotion.